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(KSL News) West High School has something to cheer about. For the second year in a row the school has been named the top high school in Utah by Newsweek.
The magazine uses a rating system that factors in Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate tests.
This month, West students took nearly 1,200 A.P. and I.B. tests, ranking them first in the state and 158th in the nation.
Park City High also made the list at 205th nationwide and second in the state.