Walnut Hills High Named State's Top Public School

04/22/2016

For the second consecutive year, our own Walnut Hills High School has been named Ohio's top public high school by the US News and World Report.  Walnut Hills offers a rigorous classical program, requiring three years of Latin for incoming seventh and eighth graders.  There is an Advanced Placement Program offering 3O courses, more than any other school in the nation – public or private.  

The 2,400 member student body is culturally and ethnically diverse, with students attending from every urban neighborhood in Cincinnati.  Eighty-seven percent of the graduates enter college with advanced standing, and students score especially well on the Ohio Tests of Scholastic Achievement.  Upon graduation, Walnut Hills High School students are accepted by the finest universities and colleges throughout America.  Read more HERE.

Congratulations to the students, parents and guardians, staff, and administration of the school for the rich academic tradition that is Walnut Hills!

In addition, Kings High School (#15) and Turpin High School (#19) also ranked in the top twenty in Ohio!