Cinco Ranch High School

Cinco Ranch High School is a public high school located in unincorporated Fort Bend County, Texas, United States that serves grades 9 through 12 as part of the Katy Independent School District. It is located off Cinco Ranch Boulevard within the community of Cinco Ranch. The school opened in 1999.

Cinco Ranch High school was ranked 3rd by Newsweek magazine on its list of the top high schools in the United States in 2008 . The school has also been rated the 3rd best high school in 2007 tied with Clements High School in the Houston region by the Houston Chronicle . In 2010, Cinco Ranch High School was ranked 478th out of America's top 1,600 public high schools (top 6%) surpassing its regional academic rival Seven Lakes High School, which dropped to 689th in rankings.

The school was named a National Blue Ribbon School in 2008.

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Cinco Ranch High School - Newsweek Ranking
... Newsweek annually ranks the top 1,600 public high schools in the nation out of the approximately 27,000 that exist in the country ... Making the top 1600 places a high school in the top 6% in the nation ... Cinco Ranch has made this list for at least the past five years ...

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