Best High Schools
in Indiana

We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 105 Indiana schools made our rankings.View Rankings

Indiana high school students follow the "Core 40" curriculum of required credits, which include social studies classes such as world history and economics. Students are assessed in Algebra I, Biology I and English 10 through the ISTEP+ End-of-Course Assessments. Learn more from the Indiana Department of Education.

Among Indiana schools in the U.S. News Best High Schools 2013 rankings, there are 44 silver medal schools and 58 bronze medal schools. One of Indiana's three gold medal schools is Signature School, within the Signature Learning Center Inc. School District, roughly 180 miles southwest of the state capital, Indianapolis.

Top Ranked IN Schools

To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.

#1

Signature School

610 MAIN ST, EVANSVILLE, IN 47708

#2

West Lafayette Jr/Sr High Sch

1105 NORTH GRANT ST, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN 47906

#3

Burris Laboratory School

2000 UNIVERSITY AVE, MUNCIE, IN 47306

#4

Herron High School

110 EAST 16TH ST, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46202

#5

Carmel High School

520 EAST MAIN ST, CARMEL, IN 46032

#6

Munster High School

8808 COLUMBIA AVE, MUNSTER, IN 46321

#7

Hamilton Southeastern High School

13910 EAST 126TH ST, FISHERS, IN 46037

#8

Fishers High School

13000 PROMISE RD, FISHERS, IN 46038

#9

Westfield High School

18250 NORTH UNION ST, WESTFIELD, IN 46074

#10

Yorktown High School

1100 SOUTH TIGER DR, YORKTOWN, IN 47396

IN by the Numbers
Districts 321
High Schools 388
Full-Time Teachers 18,809
Students Enrolled 345,327

Featured Districts

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The Indianapolis Public Schools include 12 high schools that serve 11,229 students.

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There are five high schools among the Fort Wayne Community Schools, serving 9,246 students.