Beehive Science and Technology Academy (BSTA) has done it again for the second year in a row. Chosen and Ranked #1 in Utah High Schools and #1 in Salt Lake City Utah Metro Area High School – according to the US News & World Report Rankings.
Beehive Science & Technology Academy Principal, Hanifi Oguz said “This is quite the accomplishment, being chosen out of 163 schools here in Utah. It is always a welcome surprise because this report is done independently, and there is no opportunity to present our school in a positive way, but obviously, they have found out what we already know, we have an amazing and wonderful school here, at Beehive Academy.”
Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement coursework and exams. The AP participation rate at Beehive Science and Technology Academy (BSTA) is 82%. The total minority enrollment is 40%, and 28% of students are economically disadvantaged.
Beehive Science and Technology Academy (BSTA) is ranked #305 in the National Rankings. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.
Beehive Science and Technology Academy (BSTA) performed nationally and statewide out of 17,843 nationally ranked schools and 163 schools ranked in Utah.
College Readiness Index Rank -The proportions of 12th graders who took and passed at least one AP or IB exam. Passing is worth three times more than just taking – National ranked #1050 and #2 in the State.
College Curriculum Breadth Index Rank – The proportions of 12th graders who took and passed AP and IB exams in multiple areas. More exams are valued more than fewer exams up to a maximum of four. Passing an exam is worth three times more than taking. National ranked #2134 tie and #10 in the state.
State Assessment Proficiency Rank – Aggregated scores on math, reading and oftentimes science state assessments that students may be required to pass for graduation National ranked #253 and #3 in the State.
State Assessment Performance Rank – How aggregated scores on state assessments compare with U.S. News’ expectations given the proportions of students who are Black, Hispanic and from low-income households National ranked #58 and #1 in the State.
Graduation Rate Rank – The proportion of entering ninth graders who graduated four academic years later. National ranked #1 and #1 in the State.