Clinton High School named to top four percent of Michigan schools
CLINTON — Clinton High School (CHS) received an overall 96 percentile rank in the State of Michigan for the 2012-2013 school year. In addition to a ranking in the top four percentile, CHS has been recognized as a “High Performance” and a “Beating the Odds” reward school.
A high performance school is one that scores high achievement on state assessments in all five core subjects. A “Beating the Odds” school is one where achievement is higher than the state’s prediction for the school.
In 2011-2012 CHS was ranked in the top five percentile. CHS is one of 347 Reward Schools among the state’s 4,247 schools.
“We believe this recognition is a reflection of the dedication of our entire K through 12 staff, the work ethic of our students and the support of our parents,” said Superintendent Sean McNatt. “All three components are vital to Team Clinton.”