Three western New York school districts are ranked in the top 10 in upstate New York, according to Business First. Williamsville, East Aurora and Clarence are each in the top 10.
Business First's annual rankings of Upstate New York's school systems show suburban districts dominating once again. Pittsford, which is outside of Rochester, has ranked number one since the rankings debuted in 2011.
Fayetteville-Manlius, outside of Syracuse, is in second place. The district was in the same spot last year.
Honeoye Falls- Lima pushed from the sixth spot last year to the third spot this year. Honeoye Falls-Lima is another Rochester suburb.
Full details will be available in Business First's 2013-2014 Guide to Western New York Schools.
VIEW THE TOP 10 UPSTATE NEW YORK SCHOOL SYSTEMS THIS YEAR BELOW:
1. Pittsford (Rochester)
2. Fayetteville-Manlius (Syracuse)
3. Honeoye Falls-Lima (Rochester)
4. Brighton (Rochester)
5. Skaneateles (Syracuse)
6. Williamsville (Buffalo)
7. Cazenovia (Syracuse)
8. East Aurora (Buffalo)
9. Bethlehem (Albany)
10. Clarence (Buffalo).
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