What Are the Top High Schools in Metro Detroit?

International Academy in Bloomfield Hills is Michigan’s top high school and the eighth best in the country, according to Newsweek’s latest annual rankings.

The 2015 America’s Top High Schools rankings, released on Wednesday, assess high schools using a broad range of data to find out which institutions do the best job of preparing students for college.

Of the top 10 high schools in Michigan, several offer the International Baccalaureate program and two are early/middle colleges, which provide a five-year program that includes a mix of high school and college courses, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Here are the top 10 metro Detroit high schools on the list along with their national ranking. You can view the full list here.

  1. International Academy, Bloomfield Hills: No. 8
  2. Henry Ford Early College, Dearborn: No. 124
  3. Oakland Early College, Farmington Hills: No. 159
  4. Saline High School, Saline: No. 183
  5. Skyline High School, Ann Arbor: No. 190
  6. Northville High School, Northville: No. 194
  7. Wylie E. Groves High School, Beverly Hills: No. 222
  8. Novi High School, Novi: No. 223
  9. Washtenaw Technical Middle School, Ann Arbor: No. 270
  10. Athens High School, Troy: No. 317

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