Springboro celebrates ranking among Ohio high schools

Springboro High School is ranked 54th by U.S. News & World Report in its 2018 Best Ohio High School Rankings, according to a press release issued by Springboro Community City Schools this morning.

“Springboro High School is ranked #1414 in the National Rankings and earned a silver medal,” according to U.S. News & World Report. “Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college.”

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In Ohio, 822 high schools were ranked.

“I am so proud of the work being done by our staff at Springboro High School. The continued outreach and relationship building from our teachers and administration goes unmatched, as seen by the outstanding success of our students. Our district will continue to move forward thanks to the gracious support of our teachers, staff and community,” said Springboro Superintendent Dan Schroer in the release.

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Students at Springboro High School can take 28 advanced-placement courses and exams. According to U.S. News & World Report, 43 percent of the school’s students participate.

Last year, 96 percent graduated last year and 483 graduates received more than $7 million in scholarships, while four students were named National Merit Scholars, according to the school district release.

The school ranked 61st in 2016 and 94th in 2015, according to the school district.

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“Our students and staff continue to meet the high expectations set forth by Springboro Schools. Challenging our students with rigorous courses and innovation, which enhances the level of student learning, has been a priority over the years. Stretching students academically, while focusing on educating the whole child, is very important to all students and their future. As you can see from the last three years of data, we have made great strides, and we will continue to grow, ” Springboro High School Principal Kyle Martin said in the release.

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