Madison soars in top schools rankings
MADISON – James Clemens and Bob Jones high schools rank 7th and 8th respectively in the latest U.S. News & World Reports top 25 high school rankings in Alabama. That’s among 376 high schools spread across 138 school districts statewide, according to the April 21 report.
Here is a link to the national findings.
Madison City Schools consistently places near the top of most studies.
All 11 Madison City Schools also received an A for the third consecutive year, with numerical scores improving in all but one school, which only slid from a 99 to a 98. Only eight out of 137 school systems statewide had every school earning an A.
NICHE, a national education research group, ranked MCS 46th out of 10,768 public school districts nationwide in its 2019-2020 report. NICHE ranked Madison City 2nd best in Alabama among 137 districts.