RSHS Recognized by U.S. News & World Report

Reeds Spring High School earned a bronze medal in U.S. News & World Report's national rankings of best schools. The rankings are based on student performance, graduation rate, and college readiness.

“We are proud of our staff and students for being bold and making RSHS great,” said principal Dr. Isaac Sooter. “It is an honor to be named among the nation’s best high schools.”

U.S. News & World Report examined 28,000 schools nationwide. Less than 30% of the schools earned the right to display a badge and to be called Best High Schools. U.S. News badges are widely recognized as symbols of excellence in education.

”We do our best to develop an empowering culture where anyone can thrive,” Sooter said. “RSHS is truly a great place to learn.”
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