From the KNS:
Three East Tennessee schools are among the top 1,300 U.S. public high schools, according to a 2008 ranking released this week by Newsweek.
Oak Ridge High School in Anderson County is ranked 892, Farragut and West high schools in Knox County are ranked 1,031 and 1,042 respectively, according to the listing.
3 out of 1300?
0 out of 891?
Is this article supposed to be a pat on the back for area schools or a hit piece?Â Lots of people are asking about Maryville High School in the comments.Â Why wasn’t it included on this list?Â Supposedly it is the pinnacle of high school football education in this state.
Remember that girl in high school that everyone thought was hot, mostly because everyone else thought she was hot?Â Did you ever go back and look at your yearbook and realize that she wasn’t all that pretty?
2 Replies to “East Tennessee High Schools Among Best In Country!”
what’s the total population of public schools in the US?… and what metrics are they using for the ranking?
The one guy I know who graduated from Maryville High School pissed on a preacher….nuff said.
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