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Tri-State schools make U.S. News & World Report list

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It's not just quality football at Highlands High School in Fort Thomas. The school's academics are attracting national recognition by U.S. News & World Report. File photo It's not just quality football at Highlands High School in Fort Thomas. The school's academics are attracting national recognition by U.S. News & World Report. File photo
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U.S. News & World Report on has released its rankings of the best high schools and several Tri-State schools received recognition.

Ohio rankings

No. 1 Walnut Hills, No. 77 nationally

No. 2 Wyoming, No. 110 nationally

No. 3. Indian Hill, No. 113 nationally

No. 4 Madeira, No. 140 nationally

No. 16 Mariemont, No. 404 nationally

No. 27 Turpin, No. 642 nationally

No. 31 Kings, No. 666 nationally

No. 32 Milford Senior, No. 707 nationally

No. 34 Mason, No. 720 nationally

No. 36 Lakota East, No. 750 nationally

No. 43 Loveland, No. 955 nationally

No. 51, Lebanon, No. 1,119 nationally

No. 53 Lakota West, No. 1,178 nationally

No. 56 Ross, No. 1,193 nationally

No. 60 Anderson, No. 1,313 nationally

No. 84, Springboro, No. 1,629 nationally

No. 93 Monroe, No. 1,698 nationally

No. 96, Talawanda, No. 1,711 nationally

No. 103 Reading, No. 1,800 nationally

Other southwest Ohio schools on the list but not ranked in the state
New Miami, recognized nationally

Kentucky rankings

No. 3 Highlands, No. 338 nationally

No. 5 Beechwood, No. 461 nationally

Other Northern Kentucky schools on the list but not ranked in the state

Lloyd, recognized nationally

Walton-Verona, recognized nationally

Williamstown Senior, recognized nationally

Indiana rankings

Greensburg Community High, recognized nationally

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