FRAMINGHAM – Framingham High School made the top 100 of Boston Magazine‘s rankings of public high schools.
Framingham ranked 96th out of the 149 public high schools.
Framingham High was ranked 69th in 2016.
Graduation rates, SAT scores, and student-teacher ratios, helped determine the rankings said the magazine.
The magazine compiled the best public schools within Route 495, using data from the Massachusetts Department of Education.
Framingham High had an enrollment of 2,271 students with an 85% graduation rate.
Dover-Sherborn High School was ranked #1.
Ashland High was Ranked #30 and Natick High was ranked #47
Wayland High School was ranked #3, Weston High #8, and Wellesley High #9.
Neighboring Lincoln-Sudbury was ranked #10