W.Va. education officials to honor 67 top schools
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — More than 60 top-performing public schools and career and technical centers are being honored by West Virginia education officials.
The West Virginia Board of Education and state Schools Superintendent Jorea Marple will recognize the schools at a dinner Thursday night in Charleston.
Three schools have been named 2012 National Blue Ribbon Schools. Fifty-eight public schools and six career and technical centers earned exemplary accreditation from the state Office of Education Performance Audits.