Maynard and Massachusetts Public Schools Lead the Nation!

Leading the Nation is a statewide celebration in which Massachusetts public schools and local communities will showcase their students' academic and creative successes.

Did you know that Massachusetts Public Schools are leading the nation on the following measures?

#1 in the U.S. in reading and math on NAEP, "The Nation's Report Card" (2015)

#1 in the world in reading on the PISA international assessment (2016)

#1 in AdvancedPlacement success in the country (2017)

Did you know Maynard  Public Schools are leading Massachusetts in other important measures including the following?

In 2017, the Maynard Public Schools were one of only 447 districts across the entire United States and Canada honored by the College board with placement on the 8th Annual Advanced Placement District Honor Roll.

In 2016, 97.8 % of Maynard students completed a rigorous course of study (As defined by the DESE MassCore) in comparison to the state average of 77.4 % of students in Massachusetts. (As identified on the DESE district report card)

In 2015, 76.7 % of Maynard students attended institutes of higher education which is higher than the state average in Massachusetts. (As identified on the DESE district report card)

In 2014, Maynard high school received a letter from the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, commending the school for its international high school exchange program.

In 2013, Maynard High School received a letter and certificate from the Massachusetts Commissioner of Education, Mitchel Chester, that designated Maynard High School as a commendation school for closing gaps in academic performance and making high progress.