Four Cincinnati High Schools Lauded by Newsweek   

Newsweek Magazine recently published its annual list of "America's Best HighWalnut Hills High School - Cincinnati Schools."  Selected to the list were approximately six percent of all the nation's high schools.  It included four Cincinnati Area schools. 

Walnut Hills High School is a selective, college preparatory school, part of the Cincinnati Public Schools. It has 2097 students in 9-12th grades, though grades 7 and 8 are also in the same buildings.

Indian Hill High School is the only high school in the Indian Hill School District.  Mariemont High School is also the only high school in the Mariemont School District.  Both are relatively small high schools, 685 students in grades 9-12 at Indian Hill and 499 in grades 9-12 at Mariemont.

Turpin High School is one of two high schools in the Forest Hills School District, serving students living in Anderson Township and Newtown.  They have 1150 students. 

Congratulations to all!