We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 234 Ohio schools made our rankings. View Rankings
Ohio high school students must earn at least 20 credits in various subjects, including economics and financial literacy. In 10th grade, students take the Ohio Graduation Tests, which assess reading, writing, math, science and social studies skills, according to the Ohio Department of Education.
Of the numerous Ohio schools ranked in 2013 among the U.S. News Best High Schools, 19 were awarded gold medals, 106 earned silver medals and 109 received bronze medals. Many of Ohio's Best High Schools are located near the state capital of Columbus, or in Cincinnati, such as Walnut Hills High School, within the Cincinnati City School District.
Top Ranked OH Schools
To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.#1
3250 VICTORY PARKWAY, CINCINNATI, OH 45207#2
106 PENDERY AVE, WYOMING, OH 45215#3
6865 DRAKE RD, CINCINNATI, OH 45243#4
3584 HOME RD, POWELL, OH 43065#5
326 SOUTH CASSINGHAM RD, BEXLEY, OH 43209#6
400 EAST WASHINGTON ST, CHAGRIN FALLS, OH 44022#7
675 LEWIS CENTER RD, LEWIS CENTER, OH 43035#8
2500 HUDSON AURORA RD, HUDSON, OH 44236#9
1200 FAR HILLS AVE, DAYTON, OH 45419#10
109 WEST PIONEER TRL, AURORA, OH 44202
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OH by the Numbers
Districts 723 High Schools 892 Full-Time Teachers 33,283 Students Enrolled 568,229
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The Columbus City Schools include 21 high schools that serve 15,008 students.
There are 27 high schools in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
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