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(Boston, MA) Action for Boston Community Development annual High School Graduation Friday June 10, 2011. Asia Newson with son David, 4 months celebrates with classmates including Natalie Umana at right. Staff photo by Ted Fitzgerald (Photo by Ted Fitzgerald/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald via Getty Images)

Boston Magazine is out with its list of the top high schools in Greater Boston. They release this list every year and it’s based on several factors. Some of the factors include MCAS scores, graduation rates, educator evaluations, college attendance rates, SAT scores and Advanced Placement test scores. As far as location of schools for the rankings, only schools within the vicinity of I-495 are considered. Private and charter schools or specialty schools were not considered.

Boston Magazine also released other rankings within Greater Boston Public Schools. Average class size, “Bang for your housing buck,” Student-to-teacher ratio and percent of teachers with exemplary rating. For average class size, Carver Middle High School topped the list followed by Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School, Quincy High School, Hingham High School and Milford. For “bang for your housing buck” Algonquin Regional topped the list followed by Apponequet Regional, Ashland and Boston Latin. For Student-to-teacher ratio Brighton High topped the list followed by Rockport High School, Mary Lyon Pilot High School and Salem High. As far as Percent of Teachers with Exemplary Rating, TechBoston Academy topped that list followed by Boston Latin School, Another Course to College and Manchester Essex Regional and New Mission High School. You can view the entire list of results in Boston Magazine HERE.

According to Boston Magazine: “As the challenges of the pandemic continue to amplify the opportunity gap in education, there has been increased scrutiny over the factoring of test scores, which tend to be correlated with higher family incomes and are increasingly regarded as an inadequate measure of student achievement.”

Is your child’s high school on this list? Do you feel it should be? We’d love for you to continue the conversation on the Getup Crew’s Facebook page. Here is Boston Magazine’s rankings of the top High Schools in Greater Boston for 2022.

  • #13 The Bromfield School

    Enrollment 573, Average Class Size 13.9, Student to Teacher Ratio 10.6:1

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  • #12 Andover High School

    Enrollment 1679, Average Class Size 8.6, Student to Teacher Ratio 13.1:1

    Andover High School

    View information about students, administration, and activities at Andover High School.

  • #11 Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School

    Enrollment 492, Average Class Size 7.1, Student to Teacher Ratio 10.5:1

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    Girls Varsity Tennis State Champions The UNDEFEATED Hamilton-Wenham Girls Varsity Tennis Team clinched the MIAA D4 State Championship on Saturday, June 18, 2022. This is the first state title in the program's history. Congratultions to the whole team on their win!

  • #10 Littleton High School

    Enrollment 451, Average Class Size 13.9, Student to Teacher Ratio 13.1:1

    Littleton High School

    Littleton High School

  • #9 Dover-Sherborn Regional High School

    Enrollment 657, Average Class Size 15.5, Student to Teacher Ratio 12.4:1

    Dover Sherborn Regional School District

    The Dover Sherborn Public Schools do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex/gender, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness.

  • #8 Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School

    Enrollment 1513, Average Class Size 17.8, Student to Teacher Ratio 12.1:1

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  • #7 Wellesley High School

    Enrollment 1406, Average Class Size 15.1, Student to Teacher Ratio 11.9:1

    Wellesley High School

    We cultivate positive learning experiences and foster responsibility and integrity so that upon leaving Wellesley High School our students will continue to contribute to their worlds. Wellesley High School is a dynamic community guided by these core values: Academic excellence, Cooperative and caring relationships, Respect for human differences, and Commitment to community.

  • #6 Acton-Boxborough Regional High School

    Enrollment 1703, Average Class Size 15.8, Student to Teacher Ratio 13.3:1

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    BACK-TO-SCHOOL SCHEDULE August 29th - Only 9th Grade Students & New to the District Students report August 30th - All Students Report No School on Sept 2nd & Sept 5th for Labor Day Welcome Letter for ABRHS Families 2022-2023 The annual Welcome Letter was sent to all families on August 9th.

  • #5 Wayland High School

    Enrollment 831, Average Class Size 15.1, Student to Teacher Ratio 11.2:1

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    9/1 - First Day of Classes 9/5 - NO SCHOOL, Labor Day 9/8 - Picture Day 9/26 - NO SCHOOL, Rosh Hashanah 10/5 - NO SCHOOL, Yom Kippur 10/10 - NO SCHOOL, Indigenous People's Day 11/11 - NO SCHOOL, Veterans' Day 11/16 - Early Release 12:15 p.m.

  • #4 Manchester Essex Regional High School

    Enrollment 450, Average Class Size 12.4, Student to Teacher Ratio 10.3:1

  • #3 Hingham High School

    Enrollment 1205, Average Class Size 7.9, Student to Teacher Ratio 12.6:1

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  • #2 Winchester High School

    Enrollment 1349, Average Class Size 9.1, Student to Teacher Ratio 13.6:1

    Winchester Public Schools

    At the WPS, we believe that educators, parents, students, and the community co-create the conditions needed for all to thrive emotionally, socially, and academically. Our classrooms are respectful, inclusive, personalized learning spaces that support innovation and healthy risk-taking.

  • #1 Weston High School

    Enrollment 638, Average Class Size 11.7, Student to Teacher Ratio 11.3:1

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    Weston High School offers its students a comprehensive and diversified program. Academic courses range from basic to advanced levels. Honors courses are offered in mathematics, world history, foreign languages, and science, while specific Advanced Placement subjects include art, biology, calculus, computer science, English, French, Spanish, European and U.S. History, and physics.