OHIO—A Cincinnati high school is getting top marks, yet again.
Just last week, Spectrum News 1 shared the news that 17 students from Walnut Hills High School landed a perfect score on the ACT, a standardized test for college admission.
Now, the school is again ranked as the top high school in the state, according to U.S. News & World Report.
The number two and three spots—Wyoming High School and Indian Hill High School—are also in the Cincinnati area.
Bexley High School, in Columbus, and Ottawa Hills High School, in Toledo, round out the top five.
The online magazine took six factors into consideration in order to produce the rankings. They include: college readiness; reading and math proficiency; and graduation rates.