Michigan: Here’s the No. 1 Public and Private High School in the State
There’s a fresh ranking of public and private high schools across the U.S., and a handful of Michigan schools have been named the best. It’s great to see our state so well-represented in a list like this. Getting a great high school education is crucial to anyone looking to succeed and thrive in life. My parents were high school educators, so I’m always extra curious to see a list like this. So, what’s the No. 1 public and private high school in the state?
Niche has released their 10th annual Best Schools and Districts Rankings for 2024. The study looks at about 125,000 public and private schools throughout the U.S. “While traditional rankings rely almost exclusively on metrics like test scores and academic performance, Niche’s rankings combine user input — ratings from current students, alumni and parents — with quantitative data from sources like the U.S.,” Niche states in the article. “Department of Education to evaluate teachers, resources and facilities, extracurricular activity opportunities and more.”
No. 1 Public and Private High School in the State
Let’s count down to No. 1 for the best public high schools in the state. Coming in at No. 5 in the state is International Academy/Oakland Schools. No. 4 is Novi High School/Novi Community School District, followed by Troy High School/Troy School District at No. 3; and Huron High School/Ann Arbor Public Schools at No. 2. The No. 1 best public high school in Michigan is Washtenaw International High School/Washtenaw Independent School District.
Now, onto the best private high schools in the state. Coming in at No. 5 is Interlochen Arts Academy/Interlochen. Then, there’s Frankel Jewish Academy of Metro Detroit/West Bloomfield at No. 4; Detroit Country Day/Beverly Hills at No. 3; and Greenhills School/Ann Arbor at No. 2. So, what’s No. 1? That’s Cranbrook Schools in Bloomfield Hills. Find the full list of the best public and private high schools in the state here.