A U.S. News & World Report ranking of the best high schools around the country listed Ottawa Hills High School at 18th in the state and included numerous other Toledo suburban schools as well as regional area schools.
The report, released this week by the magazine, analyzed 31,242 public high schools across the United States.
The magazine partnered with American Institutes for Research, a Washington research organization. to compile the rankings, according U.S. News’ Web site. The schools were measured using performance on state-mandated tests, how well economically disadvantaged and minority students performed, and college-readiness.
Ottawa Hills ranked the highest among schools from this region, coming in at No. 18 within Ohio and No. 424 nationally.
Other area schools to appear in the Ohio rankings include Kalida High School at No. 19, Hicksville High School at No. 22, Van Wert High School at No. 44, Perrysburg High School at No. 63, Shawnee High School in Lima at No. 65, Antwerp Local High School at No. 72, Sylvania Southview High School at No. 75, and Sylvania Northview High School at No. 100.