Central Ohio Schools

by Maureen McCabe on December 18, 2007

SchoolThe US News & World Reports article about the best high schools was a story on Sunny 95 this morning when the alarm went off… so heck I’m going write about it too.  It’s nice to wake up to good news…  The newscaster reeled off a list of Central Ohio Schools that made the lists of best US schools.. 

U.S. News & World Report says of the top schools in the US

 Bronze Medal

Beechcroft High School
Briggs High School
Centennial High School
Eastmoor Academy High School
Northland High School
Whetstone High School

Silver Medal

Bexley High School
Columbus Alternative High School
Dublin Coffman High School
Dublin Jerome High School
Fort Hayes Metro Education Center High School
Grandview Heights High School
Thomas Worthington High School
Westerville-South High School

Granville High School in Licking County is also a Silver Medal winner according to the magazine article.

There are four Ohio high schools on the list of Gold Medal winners, the top 100.  One is in the Cleveland area and three are in the Cincinnati area.

The US News & World Report’s  article (first link above)  has the methodology they used for ranking the schools,  an opportunity to comment there, their FAQ. 

Greater Columbus was featured in a recent article on Forbes.com:  Top 20 US Places to Educate your Child 

More information about Central Ohio Schools including School Matters, the Standard and Poors service that US News & World Reports worked with to identify the schools on their list is on my website:

Central Ohio Public Schools

Central Ohio Private Schools 

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