Indian Hill high in Niche rankings for 2017

Indian Hill receives high rankings by Niche for 2017
Posted on 11/18/2016
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Niche, a website that provides school and neighborhood evaluations based on data and millions of reviews, has released their 2017 K-12 school and district rankings. This year’s database contains records for over 10,000 school districts, based on a number of factors: academics; health & safety; parent/student surveys; culture & diversity; teachers; resources & facilities; clubs & activities; and sports. Indian Hill’s individual schools and the District overall once again made a great showing in the Niche rankings!

 

Site

Ohio

2017

National

2017

District

3

45

High School

9

182

Middle School

4

34

Elementary School

6

85

Primary School

NR*

NR*

*No Ranking

                                               

More information about school district rankings may be found at this link. Other local school districts in the top 25 K-12 Niche Ohio rankings included:  Mason (5); Sycamore (8); Wyoming (9); Mariemont (15); and Madeira (21).   

 

More information about high school rankings may be found at this link. Other local high schools in the top 25 K-12 Niche Ohio rankings included: Walnut Hills (1); Mason (8); Sycamore (10); Mariemont (15); and Wyoming (18).

 

More information about middle school rankings may be found at this link. Other local middle schools in the top 25 K-12 Niche Ohio rankings included: Wyoming (6); Madeira (18); Mason (19); Edwin H. Greene Intermediate – Sycamore (20); and Sycamore Junior High (25).

 

More information about elementary school rankings may be found at this link. Other local elementary schools in the top 25 K-12 Niche Ohio rankings included:  Elm Avenue – Wyoming (8); Vermont Avenue – Wyoming (9); Hilltop – Wyoming (14); and Western Row – Mason (17).

 

The Miles Analysis (from Superintendent Dr. Miles): “While each publication utilizes a distinct methodology for ranking schools and/or districts, an overall analysis of relative rankings demonstrates our schools and district continue to provide outstanding educational services in academics, arts, and athletics in a caring, collaborative culture focused upon the needs of students and parents.”

 

Congratulations, Indian Hill!