is No. 1 on Boston Magazine’s recent high school rankings for Massachusetts.
The magazine’s proprietary rankings take into account a variety of categories including MCAS, AP and SAT scores, number of AP classes and clubs.
In the “per-pupil expenditures” category, Weston averages $18,591, which is about $260 more than the second-ranking school: Lexington.
Of the top 50 school, only Cambridge Rindge and Latin and Concord-Carlisle spend more per student, according to the list.
Weston sends 98 percent of its students to college and the school’s students average scores of 613, 620 and 630 on the reading, writing and math SAT, respectively.