20 Best Public High Schools in Maryland 2017



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In the sea of high schools in every state, there are schools that are just better than others. Is that because of the academics in the schools, or because of the teachers, or simply because of the students that go there? The answer is never simple and usually, it is the combination of those things.

Find out if your school is one of the best high schools in the state of Maryland.

20. Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, MD

Roosevelt (Rose) is an all-around great school. The teachers are persistent towards student success. The student body is overall accepting and diverse. Roosevelt offers a wide variety of advanced courses and AP classes. There are also many after school activities to choose from.

There is a wide range of courses to select from including many advanced science courses. There are different programs students can become apart of including the science and technology program as well as the business program.

The science and tech program gives students the exposure they need if they are interested in pursuing a career in STEM. They also encourage students to apply for different internships for your senior year.

The extracurricular in this school is very productive. Each club has a different requirement. The purpose is to look for a high-quality student, so each club might have totality for the activity in the club. For example, the minimum GPA to join a football club is 2.5 which reflects how good the student is.

Besides extracurricular, Eleanor Roosevelt High School also has after-school activities such as tutoring, SAT course and a night school for adult people which all of them are so useful.

There are several sports that let both male and female students to participate. There’s soccer, lacrosse, cross country, track, baseball/softball that let male and female students participate. The equipment that is used is in excellent condition because of all the fundraising that occur throughout the season of that sport.


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