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Aragon High School ,San Mateo, California

Overview of Aragon High School

Aragon High School is ranked at 122nd place in California. Students are able to be able to take advanced Placement(r) courses and tests. It is estimated that the AP(r) enrollment rate for this High School is 63 percent. The minority total participation rate at 73% and 18 percent of students are marginalized. This School is 1 of seven high schools within San Mateo Union High.

Aragon High School 2023 Rankings

This School placed at #895 according to the National Rankings. Schools are evaluated based according to their performance in the state-mandated tests, graduation rates and the extent to which their students are prepared for university. Find out more about how we rate the top Schools for High School.

All Rankings

  • #895in National Rankings
  • #122in California High Schools
  • #25in San Francisco, CA Metro Area High Schools
  • #2in San Mateo Union High High Schools

Ranking Factors

How this School performed in the national and state-wide rankings out of 17,843 nationally-ranked schools as well as 1,603 schools that are ranked in California.

Students/Teachers at Aragon High School

These numbers as well as percentages of students and teachers are based on data submitted from schools and the federal government.

Total Enrollment


Test Scores at this School

U.S. News calculates these figures for schools by analyzing the performance of students on state-required tests and internationally-available tests on college-level coursework (AP(r) as well as IB tests).

College Readiness Index


School Data

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Graduation Rate

96 percent (somewhat higher than the that of the median for state)

Grades Served



Mid-size City

Charter School


Magnet School


Eligible for Title I Funding



This information is pertaining to high schools operated by the school’s state operating agency. There are many districts that have just the one secondary school.

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