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Bucks County Schools Rank Among America’s Best


U.S. News & World Reports just released America’s Top High Schools of 2015, and it’s no surprise that Bucks County has several on the list. Here are the Bucks County schools that made the list:

#2 New Hope-Solebury High School (#320 Nationally)
182 West Bridge St, New Hope, PA 18938

#14 Central Bucks High School-​West (#678 Nationally)
375 West Court St Doylestown, PA 18901

#17 Council Rock High School North (#772 Nationally)
62 Swamp Rd Newtown, PA 18940

#30 Central Bucks High School-​East (#1126 Nationally)
2804 Holicong Rd Doylestown, PA 18902

#45 Central Bucks High School-​South (#1525 Nationally)
1100 Folly Rd Warrington, PA 18976

#63 Quakertown Community High School (#1924 Nationally)
600 Park Ave Quakertown, PA 18951

All schools in the 2016 U.S. News Best High Schools rankings have graduating students who get exposure to college-level work by passing at least one AP or IB exam, according to the publication.

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