Cupertino high schools make U.S. World News & Report’s ‘best’ list

U.S. World News & Report's best public high schools in the state and nation.A 2,900 square foot Sunnyvale home sold for a record $3.1 million due to its proximity to Cupertino schools, such as Monta Vista High (above).

Three Cupertino high schools were named the U.S. World News & Report’s 2018 list for best public high schools in the state and nation.

Monta Vista High was ranked 13th in California and 121st in the nation in the list by U.S. News, which evaluated data from over 20,000 public schools nationally.

Meanwhile, Cupertino High was ranked 58th in California and 367th nationally, while Homestead High was ranked 70th in the state and 428th nationally.

All three schools ought to be proud, as all earned gold medals from U.S. News for their successes. Gold, silver and bronze medals and rankings were awarded based on a school’s performance on state assessments and college preparedness, according to U.S. News. The rankings were based upon results from the 2015-16 school year.

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