La Cañada High School makes top 100 list

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La Cañada High School finished 80th in a recent U.S. News & World Report ranking of top public high schools in the nation. LCHS finished first among open-enrollment high schools in Southern California.

Open-enrollment schools are defined as schools that accept all students within district boundaries without specific admissions requirements and regardless of special education needs.

La Cañada Unified School district governing board president Jeanne Broberg said the ranking is an example of what can be accomplished when dedicated families and committed district staff come together.

“It is very exciting, and it represents hard work by everyone,” Broberg said. “It represents the efforts of the students, but also the faculty and the parents. It is an illustration of why we have all come to live in La Cañada, because almost everyone has moved here for the schools.”


Written by Megan O'Neil

December 15, 2009 at 2:26 pm

Posted in Education, la cañada

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