SHS Earns Top 10% Ranking in Ohio
Dan Foust, Communications Coordinator
Strongsville City Schools
Strongsville High School
Named 2019 U.S. News “Best High School”
SHS Earns #73 Ranking in Ohio
Strongsville, OH (May 9, 2019) - Strongsville High School has been named a 2019 U.S. News “Best High School” and earned the #73 spot in rankings of Ohio high schools. In the previous two years, Strongsville High School ranked #95 in 2018 and #115 in 2017 in this annual list. Strongsville High School also ranks #2,075 nationally.
U.S. News ranked 17,245 public high schools across the United States. There were 736 Ohio schools which earned a place on the list of ranked institutions. The rankings compile and review school-specific data on enrollment, college readiness, student ethnicity, location, school type, and results of state assessments and Advanced Placement tests.
“We are proud to be recognized by U.S. News in their annual rankings. Our students are engaged in meaningful learning at Strongsville High School. Our teachers, staff, and administrators remain focused on preparing our students for life after graduation, whether that path is college, career, or military. This recognition speaks to the outstanding work that happens on a daily basis at Strongsville High School,” said Dr. Mark Smithberger, Principal at Strongsville High School.
See the U.S. News ranking of Strongsville High School HERE.
Strongsville City Schools, in partnership with the community,
will ensure all students reach their fullest potential through challenging curriculum and activities,
provided by a highly qualified, motivated staff, in a safe, supportive environment with up-to-date facilities and technology.