We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 113 Wisconsin schools made our rankings. View Rankings
Wisconsin, which boasts a graduation rate of about 90 percent, assesses high school students in reading, mathematics, science, language arts, writing and social studies through the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations. For more information, visit the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
In the U.S. News Best High Schools 2013 rankings, 46 Wisconsin schools earned silver medals and 66 were awarded bronze. The state also has one gold medal school, Shorewood High School, which is part of the Shorewood School District and located about 85 miles east of the state capital of Madison.
Top Ranked WI Schools
To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.#1
1701 EAST CAPITOL DR, SHOREWOOD, WI 53211#2
1801 WEST OLIVE ST, MILWAUKEE, WI 53209#3
1401 EAST BECKER RD, MARSHFIELD, WI 54449#4
1305 EAST DECORAH RD, WEST BEND, WI 53095#5
1712 SOUTH 32ND ST, MILWAUKEE, WI 53215#6
W180N11501 RIVER LN, GERMANTOWN, WI 53022#7
806 EAST ELM ST, LANCASTER, WI 53813#8
5000 NORTH BALLARD RD, APPLETON, WI 54913#9
2391 SOUTH RIDGE RD, GREEN BAY, WI 54304#10
202 MAIN ST, SENECA, WI 54654
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WI by the Numbers
Districts 374 High Schools 459 Full-Time Teachers 17,553 Students Enrolled 276,349
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The Milwaukee Public Schools include 37 high schools that serve 24,086 students.
There are four high schools in the Madison Metropolitan School District.
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