- Oct 16, 2006
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I went to public middle school and look at me.
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Stuyvesant is the best of the bunch and that is the clear perception among students and adults: https://nypost.com/2015/09/27/the-elite-eight-here-are-the-top-schools-in-nyc/ (Average SAT scores is one measure).I don't doubt brooklyn tech is good, but are styv (general perception wise) = brooklyn tech or >= or <=, is it a bit "we didn't go to Harvard attitude" or it's we're like CalTech so we're better than anyone else...
In my time, it may be different now, or for other eras, you would have have been disillusioned if you thought Brooklyn Tech = Stuy.I don't doubt brooklyn tech is good, but are styv (general perception wise) = brooklyn tech or >= or <=, is it a bit "we didn't go to Harvard attitude" or it's we're like CalTech so we're better than anyone else...
there's some 'misguided' parents who are whispering that Staten Island Tech is as good as Stuy nowadays, but I find that to be bs. I also want to mention the fact that the U.S. News school rankings is also pointless because they rank high schools on metrics such as the number of AP or IB classes that students take. Some schools around the U.S. have their students taking AP classes as early as freshman year. In fact, regular Stuy classes were undoubtedly more challenging than whatever AP version of the class was.