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You can't say that schools for lower-performing students get no recognition.
Area teens honored at Intel science fair
A Basis Tucson charter school is ranked second highest in the nation and its Scottsdale campus is ranked fifth, according to U.S. News & World Report.
As the TUSD Governing Board considers closing more schools, one member is proposing the expansion and relocation of the award-winning University High.
Rincon/University's Brianna Leverenz, younger sister of Olympic medalist Caitlin Leverenz, finished in the top three in two events at state last year as a freshman. "I have to feel confident in what I do and not compare myself to her," Brianna says.
Living up to your own high standards can be hard enough. Throw on the added pressure of having an older sibling raise the bar to incredible heights and things become even more difficult.
Thirteen Tucson-area students have been named National Merit Scholarship winners.
University High and Basis Tucson have been identified as two of the top 10 high schools across the country. The rankings were released as part of the 2012 U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools.
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