We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 90 Alabama schools made our rankings. View Rankings
Students in Alabama take the Alabama High School Graduation Exam, which consists entirely of multiple-choice questions. In the classroom, Alabama high school students must demonstrate specific skills in English, such as citing sources and analyzing plays, and take certain math classes, such as precalculus, according to the Alabama Department of Education.
Among the 2013 U.S. News Best High Schools in Alabama, two were awarded gold medals, 16 received silver medals and 72 were considered bronze medal schools. One of the gold medal schools, Loveless Academic Magnet Program High School, is located about 90 miles south of Birmingham in the state capital of Montgomery, within the Montgomery County School District.
Top Ranked AL Schools
To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.#1
921 WEST JEFF DAVIS, MONTGOMERY, AL 36108#2
3650 BETHUNE DR, MOUNTAIN BROOK, AL 35223#3
1901 SOUTH LAKESHORE DR, HOMEWOOD, AL 35209#4
405 SOUTH DEAN RD, AUBURN, AL 36830#5
650 HUGHES RD, MADISON, AL 35758#6
1800 13TH AVE SOUTH, BIRMINGHAM, AL 35205#7
7901 BAILEY COVE RD, HUNTSVILLE, AL 35802#8
4405 BREWBAKER DR, MONTGOMERY, AL 36116#9
632 SOUTH UNION ST, MONTGOMERY, AL 36104#10
2235 LIME ROCK RD, VESTAVIA HILLS, AL 35216
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AL by the Numbers
Districts 132 High Schools 363 Full-Time Teachers 15,943 Students Enrolled 259,012
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The Mobile County Public Schools include 14 high schools that serve 18,354 students.
There are 13 high schools in the Jefferson County School District, serving 12,239 students.
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