Susquehannock Ranks High Locally, Nationally
September 20, 2020
Susquehannock high school has something to be proud of.
According to the US News and World Report in its “Best High Schools” in America listings this past week, Susquehannock ranked well against the competition.
The site’s data also listed Suquehannock 83 out of 754 high schools ranked in Pennsylvania, ranking the high school #2 in York County.
Out of 18,000 high schools in the nation, Susquehannock came in at #2,172.
According to US News, this is “out of more than 24,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia” with almost 18,000 schools ranked by six factors based on state assessment performance and college preparation outcomes.
Dr. Kevin Molin is happy with the rankings and thanked his staff via email.
“These rankings would not be possible if we did not have a student-focused school dedicated to providing our students with every opportunity for success,” stated Molin. “Each and every one of you should take pride in those rankings because without each and everyone of you working so hard with our students, those rankings, and more importantly our students’ success after high school would not be possible. Thank you for your dedication to our students and all the hard work you put in each day. Your efforts are noticed, your efforts are immensely appreciated, and your efforts do make an impact in the lives of our students.”