MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – Bob Jones High School, recently named one of “America’s best high schools” by U.S. News and World Report, has ranked fifth of 90 high schools reviewed in Alabama, according to USNews.
Bob Jones ranked in the top four percent nationwide of the 21,035 schools reviewed.
Dr. Camille Wright, director of instruction for Madison City Schools, said that this is just another testament to the Madison school district’s commitment to giving students an education that will prepare them for a successful future.
“We’re pleased that we are again rated in the top percent in the nation,” Wright said. “This meets our goal of being nationally and globally competitive.”
James Clemens High School was not included in the 2013 study, as it has just completed its first year.
Grissom High School in Huntsville placed seventh in Alabama.