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Top high schools: Cherokee County
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Top high schools: Cherokee County

CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. -- Cherokee County fared very well on U.S. News and World Report's latest list of Georgia's best high schools.

Four schools -- two each in Canton and Woodstock -- are among the state's 40 best high schools.

GEORGIA'S TOP 20 HIGH SCHOOLS | See the list

Here's how Cherokee County's high schools stack up against others in the state:

Sequoyah High School (Canton)
Ranked No. 26 in Georgia, No. 919 nationally

* 45% of students take AP exams; 34% earn passing scores
* 56% of students proficient in math
* 94% of students proficient in English
* 16:1 student-teacher ratio
* 21% minority enrollment

Etowah High School (Woodstock)
Ranked No. 32 in Georgia, No. 1134 nationally

* 37% of students take AP exams; 31% earn passing scores
* 93% of students proficient in English
* 19:1 student-teacher ratio
* 21% minority enrollment

Woodstock High School
Ranked No. 35 in Georgia, No. 1215 nationally

* 34% of students take AP exams; 29% earn passing scores
* 94% of students proficient in English
* 16:1 student-teacher ratio
* 28% minority enrollment

Cherokee High School (Canton)
Ranked No. 37 in Georgia, No. 1391 nationally

* 32% of students take AP exams; 26% earn passing scores
* 31% of students proficient in math
* 84% of students proficient in English
* 16:1 student-teacher ratio
* 28% minority enrollment

Creekview High School (Canton)
Unranked

* 41% of students take AP exams; 33% earn passing scores
* 36% of students proficient in math
* 92% of students proficient in English
* 18:1 student-teacher ratio
* 10% minority enrollment

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