Ten high schools across our state have ranked among the top 30 in the nation, according to U.S. News' annual report released Tuesday night.
The report includes data for thousands of high schools, and looks at a variety of factors, including college readiness, math and English proficiency, and advanced placement testing.
Five Basis schools, a charter group with schools across Arizona, took the number one through number five spots. Basis had a similar showing in 2017, when three of their schools were in the top three spots.
According to U.S. News, a state-by-state breakdown showed Massachusetts topped all other states with the highest percentage of nationally ranked public high schools.
Take a look at the Arizona high schools that ranked in top 30 below:
- BASIS Scottsdale - National rank #1
- BASIS Chandler - National rank #2
- BASIS Oro Valley - National rank #3
- BASIS Tucson North - National rank #4
- BASIS Flagstaff - National rank #5
- BASIS Peoria - National rank #8
- BASIS Phoenix - National rank #14
- Gilbert Classical Academy High School - National rank #20
- University High School (Tucson) - National rank #27
- University High School (Tolleson) - National rank #29
For the full list of where high schools rank, click here.