The lone Philly entry in Newsweek‘s America’s Best High Schools 2012 was Central High School, which shot in at #375 — a much higher entry than most of the Philly-area suburban high schools that made the list, mind you. (You can see which ones those are in this desperate hit-grabby slideshow over at the Philadelphia Business Journal.) Central scored huge with a 93% grad rate, a 99% college-bound rate, and an average SAT score of 1651. Not too shabby! So now, the rest of the country knows what Albert C. Barnes, King Britt, Noam Chomsky, Bill Cosby, Cassidy, Joseph William Drexel, Thomas Eakins, Norman Fell, Larry Fine, Wilson Goode, the Guggenheims, Louis Kahn, Sam Katz, Hurricane Schwartz, Teller from Penn and Teller, Alexander Woolcott, Reverend Jeremiah Wright and others already knew: Central pretty much rules. Congrats, guys!