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Monomoy Regional High School moves up list in U.S. News top 100

Monomoy Regional High School moves up list in U.S. News top 100

In the most recent U.S. News and World Report annual ranking of the best public high schools in each state, Monomoy Regional High School has risen to number 76 of the 351 Massachusetts schools ranked, improving from number 83 in the 2023 analysis, and was one of only five Cape Cod high schools in the top 100. 

Schools were ranked based on six key indicators: college readiness (20%), state assessment proficiency (20%), state assessment performance (20%), underserved student performance (10%), college curriculum breadth (10%), and graduation rate (10%).

“This acknowledgment is a reflection of our dedicated educators delivering consistent, high-quality instruction each day,” said Monomoy Regional High School Principal Jennifer Police, “as well as our focus on providing equitable access for all students.”

“I am incredibly proud of the innovation and commitment of our teachers, staff, and administrators, who work tirelessly to ensure that each and every one of our students has opportunities to grow and learn,” said Monomoy Superintendent Dr. Scott Carpenter. “We are also lucky to have supportive families and communities that recognize the importance of public education. I am pleased, although not surprised, that this is being recognized on a national level.”

The U.S. News and World Report ranking of Massachusetts high schools can be found at