We reviewed 31,242 U.S. public high schools; 78 Oklahoma schools made our rankings.View Rankings
Oklahoma, which has flexibility from No Child Left Behind mandates, requires students to earn 23 academic units to graduate from high school, including a half unit in Oklahoma history. High school students in Oklahoma take state assessments in algebra, biology, English, geometry and U.S. history, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
More than 75 Oklahoma schools are included in the 2014 U.S. News Best High Schools rankings. Several of the state's top-ranked schools, such as Classen School of Advanced Studies, are located near the capital in the Oklahoma City Public Schools.