Only One MI High School in the 50 Best High Schools in the Nation
One Michigan high school made the top 50 in the United States list.
Of all the high schools in the United States, one Michigan school has made the list of the 50 Best Public High Schools in America. With over 1,700 high schools in Michigan alone, that is an impressive feat.
Which high school in Michigan made it on the list? That honor goes to International Academy in Bloomfield Township. This high school is part of the Bloomfield Hills School District and also has campuses in White Lake Township and Troy.
According to 247wallst.com, International Academy has an average graduation rate of 90%. Other stats from the high school include an average SAT score of 1400 and an average ACT score of 32 out of 36. International Academy is #41 on this list of 50.
When it comes to Michigan as a whole, the state ranks 10th in the nation in terms of student enrollment and 8th in the nation when it comes to the total number of schools. Michigan also ranks 21st in the United States for the percentage of students on free or reduced lunches.
The largest public high schools in Michigan are as follows:
- Dakota High School in Macomb - 2,917 students
- Michigan Virtual Charter Academy in Grand Rapids - 2,863 students
- Grand Blanc Community High School in Grand Blanc - 2,702 students
- Howell High School in Howell - 2,484 students
- Fordson High School in Dearborn - 2,462 students
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