RHS National Ranking US News World Report

Reynolds Junior-Senior High School is proud to announce that it has received a bronze medal in
the nationwide ranking of the best high schools in the nation by U.S. News and World
Report. Reynolds students have the opportunity to take advanced placement course work and
exams. The student body makeup is 55 percent male and 45 percent female with a total minority
enrollment of 1%. Reynolds has a total enrollment of 608 students with 43% of the student body
classified as economically disadvantaged. U.S. News calculates test score values based on
student performance on state exit exams and internationally available exams on college-level
course work.
This is the first time that Reynolds Junior-Senior High School has been ranked in the top high
schools in the nation out of 31,242 U.S. public high schools reviewed. Only 169 out of 690 schools
in Pennsylvania qualified for one of these prestigious awards.
Pictured – Mr. Scott Shearer, RHS Principal; with Student Leaders: Class of 2017 President; Senior High
Student Council and National Honor Society President; Class of 2014 President; Class of 2015 President;
Students for Charity President; Spanish Club President; Class of 2015 President; Junior High Student
Council President; Builders Club President; Key Club President and Environmental Club President.
Article submitted by Mrs. Karen Sherwood