Orange High School Recognized Nationally by Newsweek
Orange High School was recently named as one of the best in the nation by Newsweek magazine in their annual "America’s Best High Schools" rankings. Orange High School was named 151st nationally; 15th in the Midwest; and second in Northeast Ohio.
"Our national recognition in Newsweek is a testament to the learning environment that authentically engages students and is a source of pride," said Sam Steinhouse, Orange Board of Education President. "Success on measures such as our Newsweek rankings and other assessments are great accomplishments especially when you consider our educational focus isn't on test results or ratings, but instead is on our commitment to an unique, personalized, world-class learning experience that will allow students to succeed and become lifelong learners."
Newsweek uses graduation rates, college acceptance rates, SAT/ACT scores, and AP exam results and courses to determine its "America’s Best High Schools" rankings.