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School’s low ranking disappoints students and administrators

Chelsea Doyle
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Chelsea Doyle
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Although it may come as little surprise to some people that Schenectady High School has been named by New York state as a persistently low-achieving school, students at the high school were quick to respond to the news. “I don’t like it ’cause I know that we have the potential of being so much better. We also have the IB (International Baccalaureate) program, which shows how smart the students in the school are,” said OKenya ...


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