MHS receives high marks from Newsweek
For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD — Marshfield High School made the list for two of Newsweek’s top high school rankings: “America’s Top High Schools 2016” and “Beating the Odds.”
Newsweek ranks only the top 500 schools out of more than 26,000 public high schools and more than 10,000 private schools in the United States.
Marshfield High School ranked 462nd in the nation and 18th in the state for “America’s Top High Schools 2016.” In “Beating the Odds,” which identifies and ranks schools on how well they prepare students with economic disadvantages for college, Marshfield ranked 398th in the nation and 12th in the state.
Rankings are subject to change if a school challenges the list. For more information on the rankings, visit newsweek.com/high-schools/americas-top-high-schools-2016.