NKY high schools rank among best in state

National index U.S. News & World Report recently released its annual high school rankings by state, and Northern Kentucky schools snagged three top 10 spots.
While experts advise parents to take such rankings with a grain of salt, U.S. News relied on end-of-course exam scores in English I, Algebra II, biology and U.S. history to comprise its list. Schools in Louisville and Versailles also made the top 10.
The list ranks Highlands High School in Fort Thomas second overall, with Beechwood High School in Fort Mitchell coming in third and Larry A. Ryle High School in Union rounding out the Bluegrass state’s top 10.
Read the full U.S. News & World Report article here.
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