Sharon-area schools comprised three of the top four place-getters in Israel in the 2006-07 matriculation exams for computer sciences, reports Ha'ir-Tzomet Hasharon. Herzliya's Harishonim high school lived up to its name by coming first in the country, with an average score of 91.73, while Ra'anana's Amit Kfar Batya and Mor Metro West came in third and fourth, with average scores of 90.49 and 89.74 respectively. Kfar Saba's Yitzhak Rabin high school did not do badly either, coming in sixth with an average score of 87.83. According to the report, a list of the 21 top schools in the computer sciences examination was recently released, and the Sharon schools figured prominently. A Rishonim high school spokesman said the school's winning score was the result of motivated students combined with a hard-working teacher "who invested a great deal in preparing the students for the examination." Spokesmen for Ra'anana and Kfar Saba said their results expressed the investment their cities were making in education.