Newsweek Names Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School One of America’s Best
The Bees rank 792 out of 1,000.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School has done it again.
Earlier this week, Newsweek named the school one of the best in America. The rankings are based on college-readiness, determined by factors like graduation rate and average SAT/ACT scores. The full methodology is available on The Daily Beast’s website, along with an overview of the characteristics of the schools on the list.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights is ranked 792 out of 1,000. Thirty-five Ohio schools made the list, including North Royalton at 771, Avon Lake at 610, Hudson at 269 and Solon at 152.
“We are proud of our students' accomplishments. Though we received another national ranking it is important to remember we strive to meet the needs of our students regardless of outside metrics. We are thankful for dedicated teachers, engaged parents and the support of two great communities that all work together on behalf of our students,” Superintendent Scot Prebles said in an email.
The school was named 1005th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report earlier this month.