Comparing nearly 900 charter and public high schools in Ohio, U.S. News and World Report ranked Aurora High School at No. 10 in the state, according to a list released Tuesday.
The list scored each Ohio high school on four criteria: student/teacher ratio, college readiness, math and reading.
Aurora High School scored "above Ohio average" in every category except for student/teacher ratio, in which it earned "near Ohio average" status.
According to the ranking, students at Aurora High School showed 97 percent proficiency in math and reading.
Ranked No. 1 in the state was Walnut Hills High School, with "above Ohio average" ratings in college readiness, math and reading and a student/teacher ratio of 21:1, which is larger than the Ohio average of 17:1. Aurora's student/teacher ratio is 17:1, according to the publication.
Hudson High School placed 8th in the state.