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Hall High School Recognized as a Bronze Medal School

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Hall High School has been recognized by US News & World Reports as a Bronze Medal School.  Rankings are based on results from the 2014-15 school year.  Only 16.8% of the schools in the nation were awarded a bronze medal.  According to US News & World Report, the following methodology is used to calculate the rankings.  

 Step 1: The school attains performance levels that exceed statistical expectations given the school's relative level of student poverty, as measured by state accountability test scores for all the school's students in the core subjects of reading and math. A school can also succeed at this step by performing in the top 10 percent of schools in its state on those tests in absolute terms. However, no school can succeed at this step if it places in the bottom 10 percent of schools in its state.

• Step 2: The school achieves proficiency rates on state tests for its least-advantaged student groups – e.g., black, Hispanic and economically disadvantaged students – that are equal to or exceed state averages.

• Step 3: The school graduates its students at a rate that surpasses a basic national standard.

• Step 4: The school prepares its students for college, as measured by student participation in and performance on AP exams.

Congratulations to our students and staff for earning the recognition as a Bronze Medal School.