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Best High Schools for STEM Methodology in Massachusetts

Acton-Boxborough High School ranked #7 in U.S. News & World Report's list of best high schools for STEM -- the highest of any school in Massachusetts. The school sent two projects to this year's Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair (held May 4 & 5 at MIT), both of which took first-place awards: Jacob Johnson's "Novel Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis in Malignant Breast Cancer" and Ruifan Pei's "Electrochemical Determination of Alkaline Phosphatase Activity." Wayland High School followed close behind in the best high schools for STEM rankings, achieving a #10 spot in the report, with Lexington High and Brookline High also winning high marks, landing at #15 and #30, respectively. Nearly 500 schools were evaluated for the report. This article explains the methodology that U.S. News & World Report used to determine rankings:

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