New York State Education Department Names Rhinebeck High School a "Reward School" for High Academic Achievement, The Fourth Year That This Statewide Distinction Has Been Conferred
New York State Education Commissioner Mary Ellen Elia recently identified Rhinebeck High School as one of 185 high achieving and high progress Reward Schools among the 4,800 schools in the State. This is the fourth year that Rhinebeck High School has been so recognized.
Reward Schools are either schools that have high achievement and/or schools that have made the most progress in the state and do not have significant gaps in student achievement between subgroups. Rhinebeck High school was named a high achievement school.
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Each Reward School will receive a Certificate of Recognition from Commissioner of Education Elia.