Top Ohio School Districts

Top Ohio School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    A+ Arts Academy 692 n/a n/a
    A+ Children's Academy 133 n/a n/a
    Academy For Urban Scholars Youngstown 161 n/a 40-49%
    Academy Of Arts And Sciences 171 n/a n/a
    Academy Of Educational Excellence 69 n/a n/a
    Accelerated Achievement Academy Of Cincinnati 99 n/a 6-9%
    Achieve Career Preparatory Academy 177 n/a n/a
    Ada Exempted Village 850 n/a 90-94%
    Adams County Ohio Valley Local 3,960 n/a 92%
    Adena Local 1,217 n/a 90-94%
    Akron City 20,554 n/a 73%
    Akron Digital Academy 347 n/a 10-14%
    Akron Preparatory School 272 n/a n/a
    Akros Middle School 140 n/a n/a
    Albert Einstein Academy For Letters Arts And Sciences-ohio 225 n/a n/a
    Alexander Local 790 n/a ≥95%
    Allen East Local 1,103 n/a 90-94%
    Alliance Academy Of Cincinnati 463 n/a n/a
    Alliance City 3,062 n/a 89%
    Alternative Education Academy 1,611 n/a 25%
    Amanda-clearcreek Local 1,547 n/a 90-94%
    Amherst Exempted Village 3,191 n/a 92%
    Anna Local 1,230 n/a ≥95%
    Ansonia Local 809 n/a ≥95%
    Anthony Wayne Local 4,205 n/a 95%
    Antwerp Local 701 n/a ≥90%
    Apex Academy 637 n/a n/a
    Apollo n/a n/a n/a
    Arcadia Local 596 n/a ≥90%
    Arcanum-butler Local 1,054 n/a ≥95%
    Archbold-area Local 1,210 n/a ≥95%
    Arlington Local 575 n/a ≥90%
    Arts & College Preparatory Academy 393 n/a 90-94%
    Ashland City 3,270 n/a 94%
    Ashland County Community Academy 111 n/a 30-39%
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