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Spring 2020 Get Schooled Challenge Leaderboard

Last updated March 23, 2020

March 23rd - A message from the Get Schooled team:

At this time, we are suspending the Spring Challenge recognizing that most schools in the country are closed. The Get Schooled team is deeply saddened by what is taking place internationally and in our communities across the country. We know that educators are determining how to best support students during this uncertain time.

Thank you for your excitement surrounding the Spring 2020 Get Schooled Challenge. In only two weeks, we saw amazing engagement and student excitement around their future college and career goals.

We will be reviewing our grant criteria to recognize the schools that were highly engaged during those early weeks. Also, we will be awarding student prizes and will be announcing these soon. Mostly, we hope that you and your and students will continue to find the most relevant resources and support for critical ‘get-to-college’ and ‘find-a’job’ milestones.

Welcome to the Spring 2020 Get Schooled  Challenge!

The Spring 2020 Challenge is a friendly competition designed to help students take meaningful steps toward their college and career goals. Schools can earn:

  • up to 500 points when students LOG IN to and engage with site content
  • up to 300 points for the number of students who submit their NEXT MOVE
  • up to 200 points for the percent of students joining Get Schooled's TEXTLINE

Schools that earn a minimum of 300 points (with at least 100 points from logins), qualify for a cash grant from Get Schooled. Students active in the challenge, find the resources they need and can earn weekly prizes for their engagement. The Spring 2020 Challenge ends on May 8, 2020.

This leaderboard is updated every Friday by 4pm (PST), except for holidays when it will be updated the next business day.

Rank School Name State Score
1 Ortega High School CA 724
2 Pen Argyl Area High School PA 664
3 Del Valle H S TX 350
4 Caddo Mills H S TX 303
5 Soar High - Students On Academic Rise CA 212
6 Azusa High CA 188
7 Downtown Magnets High School CA 92
8 Long Beach Senior High School MS 76
9 Flat Rock Community High School MI 56
10 Academies Of Education And Empowerment At Carson High CA 53

Other participating schools:

School Name State
Albany High CA
Alma High School AR
Antelope Valley High CA
Armstrong High VA
Artesia High CA
Baldwin Middle-Senior High School FL
Benjamin Franklin High School At Masonville Cove MD
C.D. Hylton High VA
Centennial High CA
Centreville Academy MS
Clay County High School KY
Coosa High School GA
Franklin Heights High School OH
Hazel Park High School MI
Jalen Rose Leadership Academy MI
John J Pershing High School MI
Lakeville High School MI
Little Cypress Mauriceville H S TX
Luther Burbank High School TX
Marina High CA
Miami Jackson Senior High School FL
New Village Girls Academy CA
Onekama High School MI
Pace Center For Girls Treasure Coast FL
Palmdale High CA
Paragould High School AR
Parkway Center City Middle College PA
Pascagoula High School MS
Peabody Magnet High School LA
Pollok Central High School TX
Ponchatoula High School LA
Red Mountain High School AZ
Santa Cruz Valley Union High School AZ
Spring H S TX
Tegeler Career Center TX
Thomas A Edison High School NY
Wayne City High School IL

*Last updated March 13, 2020

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