For those families enrolled it’s not a surprised that Lambert High School was recently ranked nationally at No. 479 and 10th in the state for 2015. “It is a true testament to the hard work of the students, staff and community.” said Lambert Principal Gary Davison. “Being only six years old, we are honored to be recognized.”
2014-2015 school year
A number of factors were taken into consideration, according to Newsweek. The idea was to “identify high schools that perform at or above the 70th percentile within each state.” College readiness factors taken into account included graduation rate, SAT/ACT scores, dual enrollment and student retention.
The study found that Lambert, which has the highest enrollment among high schools in the Forsyth County system, posted a college readiness rate in the 77.2 percentile, a 98.2 percent graduation rate and a 100 percent college bound rate. Lambert High School also had an SAT/ACT composite score of 55.4, an average of 3.42 on AP exams and an average SAT score of 1594.