Students Morgan Cox, Kristina Kovynev and Callie Leach work on a biology assignment inside Lisa Oswald's biology class at Lambert High School. The top traditional high school in the Atlanta area, Lambert High in Forsyth County, pushes its students to take college-level classes and succeeds despite its sizeable 2,000-plus students.
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