Cedar Falls High School Ranked A Top School in Iowa For the Second Time This Month
This is the second time in two weeks Cedar Falls made a top ten list for best schools in the state.
For the second time this month, Cedar Falls High School has been ranked one of the top schools in Iowa by a national news organization.
This week the honor came from Newsweek, which named CFHS the sixth best high school in the state and one of the top 1000 schools in the nation.
The rankings were based on graduation rate, college matriculation rate, Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate/Advanced International Certificate of Education tests taken per student, average SAT/ACT scores, average AP/IB/AICE scores and AP courses offered per student.
Eight Iowa schools made the top 1000 schools list. They are:
462. Iowa City West
723. Washington, Cedar Rapids
791. Ames High School
842. John F. Kennedy, Cedar Rapids
880. Iowa City High School
886. Cedar Falls High School
972. Decorah High School
999. Mid-Prairie, Wellman