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Does High School Type Matter?

DjBoom777DjBoom777 Registered User Posts: 271 Junior Member
edited January 2013 in College Admissions
I'm a junior at a career and technical academy in Nevada. I do know that if your school as a whole ranks high state wide or even nationally then it does help regardless of school type (private, public, charter, etc.) but my question is will colleges look at me in a better light due to the fact that I chose to go to a CTA as opposed to my regular zoned high school? (From what I've read, my school is 3rd best in Las Vegas) One of my school's counselors said no btw Thanks for any feedback!
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