Market Statistics for Arlington Virginia can be found at this link.
Archives for June 2009
Newsweek just came out with their annual ranking of high schools which places all four Arlington Public Schools high schools in the top one-half percent of high schools in the United States. Rankings are determined by using The Washington Post Challenge Index, which uses the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and/or Cambridge tests taken at a school divided by the total number of graduating seniors. The results for the Arlington schools were:
H-B Woodlawn – ranked #36 (with a rating of 5.25);
Washington-Lee – ranked #67 (with a rating of 4.321);
Yorktown – ranked #98 (with a rating of 3.809); and
Wakefield – ranked #125 (with a rating of 3.5).