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bizjournals Monday, 10 September 2018
The state's report card is in and a few of New Mexico's public high schools graded very well. Albuquerque Institute of Math & Science was found to be the state's overall best public high school, according to a study done by Niche.com. The school received an "A+" overall ranking by the website as it scored top rankings in academics and health and safety. The public schools were also made up of charter and magnet schools to go along with traditional public high schools. Los Alamos High School was…
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