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High schools throughout the borough have gotten high marks, according to data released by U.S. News & World Report.

Judging on criteria of admissions processes, school enrollment size, graduation rate, average SAT score and a student college readiness index, U.S. News ranked the top 50 schools throughout New York City.

A total of 11 Queens high schools made the list; three of them fall within the top 10.

Placing sixth on the list is the Baccalaureate School for Global Education at 34-12 36th Ave. in Astoria. With an average student SAT score of 1881/2400 and a college readiness index of 99 percent, this ethnically and economically diverse school boasts a graduation rate of 100 percent.

The Queens High School for the Sciences at York College in Jamaica places seventh. Located at 94-50 159th St., this science-based “small school with big dreams” has about 100 students in each entering class. The average student SAT score is 1947/2400.

Placing ninth is Townsend Harris High School at 149-11 Melbourne Ave. in Flushing. This school of 1,143 students only offers classes that are at honor-level or above. Students at this school scored 100 percent on the U.S. News college readiness index.

Here are the rest of the Queens schools who made the list, in order of ranking:

 

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