Once again the U.S. News & World Report has recognized Bryan ISD’s Collegiate High School as one of the top-ranked schools in Texas.
The school placed 134th among schools ranked in Texas and came in at number 1,370 in the list of nationally recognized schools.
“We’re pleased to once again be included in this distinguished group of schools and to have the hard work of our students and staff honored in this way,” said Bryan Collegiate Principal Christina Richardson.
Bryan Collegiate opened in 2007 and enrolls more than 300 students. The school boasts 100 percent participation in Advanced Placement coursework, with nearly 70 percent of students being the first in their family to attend college. Students can earn up to 60 college credit hours, or slightly more, while paying nothing for tuition or books--a potential savings of $15,000.
View Bryan Collegiate’s profile and ranking by U.S. News (here)
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