We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 19 Wyoming schools made our rankings. View Rankings
High school students in Wyoming take statewide assessments in reading, writing, math and science. College-bound students who show financial need may be eligible for the Hathaway Scholarship, which provides financial support to attend in-state postsecondary institutions, such as University of Wyoming.
Of the Wyoming schools included in the U.S. News Best High Schools 2013 rankings, two were awarded silver medals and 17 received bronze medals. The top-ranked secondary school in Wyoming is Jackson Hole High School in Teton County School District #1, which is near the state's border with Idaho, and almost seven hours west of Cheyenne, Wyoming's capital city.
Top Ranked WY Schools
To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.#1
1910 HIGH SCHOOL ROAD, JACKSON, WY 83001#2
1056 LONG DR, SHERIDAN, WY 82801
Other Notable WY Schools
These schools were awarded a national bronze medal. They are listed alphabetically.
333 US HWY 335, BIG HORN, WY 82833
109 NORTH ST, BURLINGTON, WY 82411
1225 10TH ST, CODY, WY 82414
350 BALDWIN CREEK RD, LANDER, WY 82520
333 NORTH ST, BAGGS, WY 82321
502 HAMPSHIRE AVE, LOVELL, WY 82431
47 COUNTRY LN, MOORCROFT, WY 82721
1151 EAST 7TH ST, POWELL, WY 82435
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WY by the Numbers
Districts 48 High Schools 84 Full-Time Teachers 0 Students Enrolled 25,453
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The Natrona County School District supports four high schools that serve 3,450 students.
There are four high schools in the Laramie County School District #1, serving 3,284 students.
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