Magnet Schools of America Announces 2015 National Merit Awards Winners
Six Magnet Programs Recognized at Five Schools
Congratulations to five Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) magnet schools for earning the Magnet Schools of America 2015 National Merit Awards. Receiving the Magnet Schools of Distinction Award are Fort Lauderdale High School, Cambridge Programme and Pre-Law & Public Affairs; McNicol Middle School, Science/Pre-Engineering; New River Middle School Marine Science; Stranahan High School, Medical Sciences; and Sunrise Middle School, Montessori.
Magnet Schools of America established the National Merit Awards program to recognize the top magnet schools in the United States. These awards are given to magnet schools that show a commitment to high academic standards, curriculum innovation, successful diversity efforts, and the consistent delivery of high quality educational services to all stakeholders.
“This is a very competitive process that recognizes only a small number of magnet schools nationally,” said Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert W. Runcie. “We are proud that our schools and programs represent the best in education, innovation, equity and opportunity for our students.”
The schools will be honored at the Magnet Schools of America Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina, April 22-25, 2015.
To learn more about magnet and innovative programs that provide unique or thematic instruction, visit http://www.browardschoolsinnovativeprograms.com/innovative-programs
or call 754-321-2070.
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