Which school is the hottest?

The latest ranking of schools that are the hottest in the country, released Tuesday, shows that the most popular schools in the nation are at the top of the list.

According to the annual list, compiled by the National Center for Education Statistics, high school students from the Northeast are the most frequently ranked, followed by high school graduates in the South and Southwest.

The most popular high schools in this country are located in the Northeast and South, according to the report.

The Northeast is home to nearly one in five students and is also the area that saw the largest growth in enrollment between 2011 and 2013.

In 2015, more than 1.1 million students enrolled at public high schools, a 5.4 percent increase from the previous year.

The Southeast has the highest enrollment, at 1.2 million, and is home the most schools in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi.

Alabama’s high school enrollment is up 7.6 percent from the same year of 2011.

The South and Southwestern states saw growth of 10.1 percent and 7.3 percent, respectively, from the year prior.

Louisiana has seen a 5 percent growth, while Mississippi and Georgia are both down 1.3 and 1.7 percent.

The highest school ranked is High School at the Capitol, in Washington, D.C., which was ranked No. 3 on the list for the first time in the 2014-15 school year.

This is followed by Middle School at Lincoln Memorial in Washington D..

C. in the middle of the pack, followed closely by Roosevelt High School in the Southeast and the University of South Carolina in the West.

The highest-ranked school in the Northwest was Lake City High School near Seattle, Washington, at No. 8.

This year’s rankings show that the Northwest has more than doubled its enrollment from 2011, when it had a student population of 2,724, to more than 4,700 students this year.

The high schools with the biggest growth are located at the University and the George Washington University in Washington.

The University of Texas at Austin is ranked No 2, followed in a close second by the University at Buffalo in New York, which is in the third spot.

The rankings also look at the schools’ students, which includes both those attending and those who are in the process of moving out of the area.

The rankings include students who have been at a school for less than one year and those enrolled full-time for at least two years.