One eastern Carolina high school has been awarded an honorable mention by a national publication.
Newsweek magazine has named J.H. Rose High School in Greenville as one of America's best 1,500 high schools for the fourth consecutive year.
Rose came in at 688, up from 701 last year.
Newsweek identifies the top public high schools based on a formula that calculates the total number of advanced placement, international baccalaureate, or Cambridge tests given at a school, divided by the total number of graduating students.