Denmark’s High School Entrance Entry-Level School List has come to a conclusion that it is the best for aspiring high school graduates.
The list was compiled by an Australian business school and was released last month.
The high school was chosen because it has an average score of 87 on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) tests.
The results are a big boost for the Danish economy and its growth prospects.
The rankings are based on the number of students enrolled at the school and their achievement on the tests.
There are five Danish high schools on the list, including Jutland University, which has the highest overall ranking with a score of 81.6.
The schools in question are the København school in Aarhus, the Copenhagen Academy, which was voted Denmark’s best school by an external expert, and the Rødhavn University of Technology, which is ranked second.
The Købing school is ranked fourth and Rødshavn, the sixth best.
The Danish government launched its high school entry-point rankings in January, which are based upon the results of the Danish National Assessment.
The first five Danish schools are: Copenhagen Academy – 85.2% The Jutlands University – 84.3% Copenhagen Academy of Technology – 84% Rødalen – 82.9% The Copenhagen Academy in Aarshus – 82% The Rødsdalen School in Aarpaland – 81.8% Købabne – 81% The Kebabne School in Copenhagen – 81 The Rædalen Institute in Copenhagen and the Copenhagen College of Arts and Sciences – 80.5% The Sønderøy Academy of Science and Technology in Copenhagen are next in line.
The report says the Danish high school entrance test is not the only factor determining a school’s success.
Entry-level schools are also judged by how much students do on the science tests, and also how much time students spend in the classroom, as well as their academic performance.
The study was based on an online test taken by over 15,000 Danish students.
The survey also asked the students about the quality of their teachers and the school.
The highest ranking schools are Copenhagen Academy and the Hove Academy.
The Copenhagen school has an overall score of 84.7.
It has about 8,000 students, of whom 1,400 are in grades 6 through 8.
The school has a small number of teachers and only about 2,400 students.
In comparison, the Høgsted School, in Aarlhus, has over 8,600 students.
Both schools have a small percentage of students who are first-generation students.
Students at the Copenhagen academy score higher than those in the other schools on their science and math tests, which include reading and writing.
Both Denmark’s public and private schools are ranked among the top five in the world, according to a report released in January by the OECD.
However, the government says the rankings are not a ranking of the best high schools.
Instead, the rankings show the performance of schools based on how well they educate students and the quality and availability of resources.
The top schools in Denmark are Copenhagen, Copenhagen Academy (85%), Høglad College (83%), Røda (81%), and Rædshava (80%).
The ranking is based on a combination of tests taken in Denmark and international rankings.
Denmark’s top school rankings in 2019 – in 10 categories