Beaver Dam High School Nationally Recognized

4/27/17 – The Beaver Dam High School has been nationally recognized for the third year in a row by US News and World Report. The school has been named in the top ten percent of all high schools in the state and the nation, earning a Silver Medal Award rating for best High Schools in the county. The high school is also the highest ranked in Dodge, Columbia, and Jefferson counties and outpaced all but one school in the Badger North Conference, which it will join at the start of the 2017-18 school year. The Beaver Dam High School Principal Crystal Bates says “students and staff work extremely hard each and every day.” Bates adds that the students’ parents should also be recognized for “setting a priority of high standards in education.” This year’s report and rankings reviewed more than 600 high schools in the state of Wisconsin and more than 28,000 high schools across the country.