Niche Releases 2023 List of Top Public High Schools in Tennessee

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Niche released its “Best Public High School Rankings” for 2023.

The top 20 schools on the list include Metro Nashville Public Schools, Williamson County Schools and Rutherford County Schools.

The top spot on the list goes to Hume Fogg Academic Magnet School in Nashville. Niche says, “Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet School is a top rated, public, magnet school located in Nashville, TN. It has 907 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 89% in reading.”

Coming in at the number two spot is Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, followed by Central Magnet School in Murfreesboro.

Niche explains the 2023 Best Public High Schools ranking is based on analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factors include state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, and high school ratings. See the complete list here. Nich ranked 139 public high schools.

See the top 20 schools below.

  1. Hume Fogg Academic Magnet School – Metro Nashville Public School
  2. Ravenwood High School – Williamson County School
  3. Central Magnet School – Rutherford County Schools
  4. Martin Luther King Magnet School – Metro Public Schools
  5. Merrol High Magnet School – Sumner County Schools
  6. Brentwood High School – Williamson County Schools
  7. Farrugut High School – Knox County Schools
  8. Franklin High School – Williamson County Schools
  9. White Station High School – Shelby County Schools
  10. Madison Academic Magnet High School – Madison County School District
  11. Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts – Hamilton County Schools
  12. L&N Stem Academy – Knox County Schools
  13. Centennial High School – Williamson County Schools
  14. Valor Flagship Academy – Metro Nashville Public Schools
  15. Collierville High School – Collierville Schools
  16. Dobyns-Bennett High School – Kingsport City Schools
  17. Independence High School – Williamson County Schools
  18. Houston High School – Germantown Municipal School District
  19. Nolensville High School – Williamson County Schools
  20. Science Hill High School – Johnson City Schools

Here’s how other middle Tennessee schools ranked on Niche’s list:

  • #24 – Fred J Page High School – Williamson County Schools
  • #25 – Blackman High School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #27 – Mt. Juliet High School – Wilson County Schools
  • #33 Renaissance High School – Williamson County Schools
  • #40 Hendersonville High School – Sumner County Schools
  • #43 Wilson Central High School – Wilson County Schools
  • #48 Rutherford County Virtual School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #50 Summit High School – Williamson County Schools
  • #51 Stewarts Creek High School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #52 Oakland High School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #54 Riverdale High School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #56 Siegel High School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #62 White House Heritage High School – Robertson County Schools
  • #67 – Westmoreland High School – Sumner County Schools
  • #69 Gallatin Senior High School – Sumner County Schools
  • #72 Beech High School – Sumner County Schools
  • #77 Lebanon High School – Wilson County Schools
  • #85 White House High School – Sumner County Schools
  • #92 Eagleville School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #93 MNPS Middle College High School – Metro Nashville Public Schools
  • #96 Holloway High School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #101 Sumner County Middle College High School – Sumner County Schools
  • #105 Metro Nashville Virtual School – Metro Nashville Public Schools
  • #123 Fairview High School – Williamson County Schools
  • #129 Smyrna High School – Rutherford County Schools
  • #133 Nashville School of the Arts – Metro Nashville Public Schools
  • #136 Hillsboro Comprehensive High School – Metro Nashville Public Schools

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