OAKWOOD, Ohio (WDTN) – Oakwood High School has been named as one of the top ten Ohio high schools in the 2019 U.S. News and World report.
U.S. News named the school as Ohio’s seventh best school out of 736 state public schools that they ranked, and 225th best of over 17,000 ranked nationally.
“I am so proud of our students and our teachers. Moving up in the national and state rankings is a direct result of our intentional focus on doing what is best for students. This ranking is truly the cumulative result of our teachers, parents and our supportive community working together, K-12 to add value to the lives of our students,” OHS Principal Paul Waller said.
The publication calculated its rankings based on 30 percent college readiness, 10 percent college curriculum, 20 percent math and reading proficiency, 20 percent math and reading performance, 10 percent underserved student performances, and 10 percent graduation rate.
The Top 10 Ohio High Schools were ranked as follows:
- Walnut Hills High School in Cincinnati
- Wyoming High School in Wyoming
- Indian Hill High School in Cincinnati
- Bexley High School in Bexley
- Ottowa Hills High School in Toledo
- Solon High School in Solon
- Oakwood High School in Oakwood
- William Mason High School in Mason
- Aurora High School in Aurora
- Olentangy Liberty High School in Powell
For more information on how the rankings were calculated and to see a complete list of Ohio and national schools, click here.