By Meg Garner
Digital Editor, Cincinnati Business Courier
Six Greater Cincinnati public high schools rank among the Buckeye State’s 20 best, according to a newly released ranking from U.S. News and World Report.
Walnut Hills High School topped the list for the state’s best performing high schools, with Wyoming High School coming in at No. 3. Walnut Hills and Wyoming were the only local high schools to make it into the top 5.
Three Northern Kentucky high schools made it into the top 20 for public high schools in the Bluegrass State. Those schools included: Beechwood High School (No. 2), Highlands High School (No. 4) and Ryle High School (No. 20).
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