Rankings: How Carmel and East High School compare to other schools

Carmel High School was ranked No. 1 in the nation for the fourth consecutive year, according to the U.S. News & World Report.

East High School ranked No, 3 for the third consecutive year.

The rankings were based on a weighted average of each school’s total academic performance in all categories.

Here’s a look at how the four schools stack up on the rankings.

First Place: Carmel (No. 1)First Place is the only ranking of all schools with a 100 percent score.

In that category, Carmel was No. 4 for the fifth consecutive year and ranked No., 2 for the second consecutive year after a No. 2 finish in the past two years.

East and Carmel were among the top 50 highest-ranked schools in the country for the 2015-16 academic year.

In the state of California, Carmels students scored on par with the best students in the state.

In fact, in the U, students in Carmel are the most likely to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.

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