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The usual suspects in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati are listed as some of the top schools in the area.
U.S. News & World Report have released the 2021 version of the best high schools, according to them. According to the study, schools are evaluated on six factors: college readiness, reading and math proficiency, reading and math performance, underserved student performance, college curriculum breadth and graduation rates.
They ranked around 17,860 public high schools after reviewing nearly 24,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia.
In Northern Kentucky, seven schools from the Cincinnati Metro area are in the top 20 (Beechwood #2, Highlands #4, Campbell County #14, Ryle #15, Dixie #20 and Cooper #25).
Statewide Beechwood and Highlands were in the top 5, #2 and #4, respectively. Campbell County and Ryle checked in at #16 and #20 in the Commonwealth.
For a full look at Greater Cincinnati's top 20, check out the chart below.
Greater Cincinnati's top public high schools (N. Kentucky schools in bold).
1) Walnut Hills High School
2) Wyoming High School
3) Madeira High School
4) Beechwood High School
5) Indian Hill High School
6) Highlands High School
7) Turpin High School
8) William Mason High School
9) Mariemont High School
10) Sycamore High School
11) Kings High School
12) Anderson High School
13) Loveland High School
14) Campbell County High School
15) Larry A. Ryle High School
16) Lakota East High School
17) Springboro High School
18) Milford Sr High School
19) Waynesville High School
20) Dixie Heights High School
25) Randall K. Cooper High School