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2016 Best Public High Schools in Oklahoma

Oklahoma High School Rankings

Niche released its 2016 public school rankings today. According to their website, the company ranks the schools based on statistics, student and parent reviews, and expert insights. In addition, ranking factors include state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, student and parent reviews, and more. Three Tulsa area schools are the top three - which makes this today's TulsaKids Pick. 

Here are the top 10 in Oklahoma: 

1. Booker T. Washington High School (Tulsa) 

2. Jenks High School (Jenks) 

3. Union High School (Tulsa) 

4. Santa Fe High School (Edmond) 

5. North High School (Edmond) 

6. Memorial High School (Edmond)

7. Norman High School (Norman) 

8. Classen School of Advanced Studies (Oklahoma City)

9. Norman North High School (Norman)

10. Stillwater High School (Stillwater) 

Bixby High School, Broken Arrow High School and Dove Science Academy are in the top 25. You can find out how the rankings were calculated and see the top 100 here

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