America’s Best High Schools

In December, US New & World Report published a ranking (for the third year in a row) of America’s Best 100 High Schools. To create their rankings, they analyzed 21,786 public high schools in 48 states and the District of Columbia. (You’ll find the methodology of the study here.)

There was just one gold medal winner in the state of Kansas (placing 62nd among the top 100), Sumner Academy of Arts and Science in Wyandotte County. However, more than three dozen others did well enough to earn a bronze medal. For a listing of their Best High Schools in Kansas (bronze medal winners), including two in Sedgwick County, check here.

You’ll also find a listing of the state-by-state statistics here.

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