Several stateline schools ranked nationally

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ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) - Good news for Beloit Turner, Hononegah and Stillman Valley high schools, the three made the U.S. News and World Report's 2018 best high school rankings.

Turner ranked as the 55th best high school in Wisconsin while Hononegah ranked 41st and Stillman Valley ranked 62nd in Illinois. The three schools received silver rankings.

The schools are ranked on their college readiness out of 100 based on how many students took and passed advanced placement exams.

Turner had a college readiness of 33.3 and has 42 percent of students take advanced placement exams. Hononegah had a college readiness of 35.6 and 43 percent of students take the exams. Stillman Valley comes in at 24.3 and 45 percent of students taking the exams.

Other local schools received bronze rankings as well including Byron, Pecatonica, Dakota Durand and Forreston high schools.

To read more on the three high schools, see the related links section.