Based on Missouri state statistics Carl Junction High had an overall rating of B- with a ranking of 213, Carthage had an overall rating of B- with a ranking of 234, Neosho had an overall rating of C with a ranking of 305, Seneca had an overall rating of B and a ranking of 117, Webb City had a rating of B with a ranking of 88. An overall rank representing an average score of all the schools in the district was also shown and in many cases was higher than the high school score.
In Greene and Christian counties the scores were (in Springfield) Central High had a rating of A- with a ranking of 36 and Glendale High had a rating of B with a ranking of 75; Willard had a rating of B+ with a ranking of 48; Logan-Rogersville High had a rating of B with a ranking of 146; Nixa High had a rating of B+ with a ranking of 42 and Ozark High had a rating of B+ with a ranking of 43.
The three top high schools in Missouri are Clayton High, Kirkwood High and Eureka Senior High (Wildwood). The top high schools in the country are in Lincroft, New Jersey; Lincolnshire, Illinois and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Specialty schools, like the top one catering to technology, seemed to garner higher favor. Topping the list of best private schools was Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire.
Niche, founded in 2002 by Carnegie Mellon University students, compiled millions of student reviews, polls and statistics on more than 120,000 K-12 schools in the United States. A high ranking, they say, "indicates that the school is an exceptional academic institution with a diverse set of high-achieving students who rate their experiences very highly." For a further explanation of the methodology go here.
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