Northwest Iowa High School Ranked High In U.S. News Rankings

Date posted - December 13, 2012

moc-fv-logoOrange City, Iowa — A northwest Iowa high school has received some good marks.

In the latest rankings released by U.S. News and World Report magazine, MOC/Floyd Valley High School in Orange City is rated number 8 in the state, and 1556th in the nation.

U.S. News says students at MOC/Floyd Valley have the opportunity to take Advanced PlacementĀ® coursework and exams. The APĀ® participation rate at MOC/FV is 25 percent. Nintey-four percent of MOC/FV students are proficient in both reading and math, and the student to teacher ratio is 14:1.

The report evaluated nearly 22,000 schools, nationwide.

Sioux City North also made the list at number 12 in the state.

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