Canonsburg, PA – According to the U.S. News & World Report (usnews.com), “U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in education rankings, today unveiled the 2021 Best High Schools. The new edition ranks more than 17,800 public high schools throughout the country, measuring how well schools serve students from various social and economic backgrounds."
Canon-McMillan Senior High School is ranked #5,467 in the National Rankings.. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.
Canon-McMillan Senior High School’s Rankings:
The methodology takes a holistic approach to evaluating schools, focusing on six factors: college readiness, reading and math proficiency, reading and math performance, underserved student performance, college curriculum breadth and graduation rates. College readiness measures participation and performance on AP and IB exams.”
Principal Crowley thanks everyone involved, but especially his staff, for this huge achievement,
“This award is a validation of all of their hard work and efforts on behalf of our students. From the bus drivers that greet our students every morning; the teachers and staff that provide a stellar education; the custodians that ensure a clean learning environment; the cafeteria staff that provide a nutritious breakfast and lunch; our secretaries that keep everything running smoothly; to the coaches and leaders of our arts and athletic programs. They have all done their part to make Canon-McMillan High School a special place to work and learn. We are honored that the hard work of our staff and students has been noticed and we are humbled by this prestigious recognition.”
Mr. Michael Daniels, Superintendent of the School District agrees,
"We couldn't be more proud of the Canon-McMillan Senior High School for achieving this recognition. Thank you so much to our school board, our administrative team and our teachers who strive to make our school district a wonderful place for students to learn and prepare for the next steps in their lives beyond high school."