Boardman is among the top 100 Ohio High Schools according to the newest rankings from US News and World Report. The Silver Medal Status considers college readiness, graduation rates, AP testing, and proficiency scores, among other factors.
At #95, Boardman High School is the only Mahoning County High School in the "Top 100. " There are more than 600 public school districts in the State of Ohio.
The rankings are based on students who perform better than expected in their state, as well as disadvantaged students who perform better than the state average. Weight is also given to student graduation rates that meet or exceed a national standard, and how well students are prepared for college level work.
“We are honored to be recognized for all the good works we do and do consistently at Boardman High School,” said Principal Cindy Fernback. “Those of us who call BHS our home know, though, because of our front row seat to excellence everyday, that BHS is an award winning institution in the community. Gratitude goes to our staff and our kids!”