Business First Ranks City Honors as Region's Top Middle School

Buffalo, NY – City Honors in Buffalo and Transit Middle School in Williamsville are the top two middle schools in Western New York, in the latest rankings out this week from "Business First."

One of the two schools has been first in each of the past six years of the ratings, based on state test results.

The top 25 middle schools are:

Top 25 schools: 1. City Honors School (Buffalo) 2. Transit Middle School (Williamsville) 3. St. Mary's School (Williamsville) 4. Casey Middle School (Williamsville) 5. Christ the King School (Amherst) 6. Amherst Middle School (Amherst) 7. St. Leo's School (Sweet Home) 8. Immaculate Conception School (East Aurora) 9. St. Mark School (Buffalo) 10. Heim Middle School (Williamsville) 11. Mill Middle School (Williamsville) 12. St. Gregory the Great School (Williamsville) 13. Nardin Academy Elementary School (Buffalo) 14. St. Christopher's School (Sweet Home) 15. Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary School (Clarence) 16. Iroquois Middle School (Iroquois) 17. St. John Lutheran School (Niagara-Wheatfield) 18. Alden Middle School (Alden) 19. St. Peter & Paul School (Hamburg) 20. St. Andrew's Country Day School (Kenmore-Tonawanda) 21. Clarence Middle School (Clarence) 22. Christian Central Academy (Williamsville) 23. North Tonawanda Catholic School (North Tonawanda) 24. St. Bernadette School (Orchard Park) 25. St. Stephen School (Grand Island)