Columbus Monthly' editorial teams evaluate and rank Central Ohio's suburban high schools for the forth time, after doing the same in 1983, 1991, and 1996. "Each time we've found more to like than to lament," reports the magazine. The story finds there is no evidence of systematic decline and no "bunker mentalities," though suburban high-schools continue to face challenges. The article details the achievements and the problems of each of the 24 schools in the ranking.
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