- Fulton County Schools
Fulton County High Schools Rank High
Seven Fulton County schools are ranked among the Top 20 and four are among the Top 10 on the list of Best Public High Schools in Georgia, according to the 2018 annual Niche rankings. Northview High School, Alpharetta High School, Johns Creek High School, Chattahoochee High School, Milton High School, Cambridge High School, and Roswell High School are all ranked in the top 20; while Northview High School, Alpharetta High School, Johns Creek High School, and Chattahoochee High School are all listed among the state’s best 10 schools.
Niche, the research and ranking site, compiles and analyzes data from multiple sources, including parent and student surveys, the National Center for Education Statistics and the U.S. census, using it to create comprehensive lists of the best places to live, work, and go to school.
“That several of our schools rank among the nation’s best affirms the hard work of our teachers and staff and the commitment of our parents and the larger Fulton community,” said Superintendent Dr. Jeff Rose. “We’re extremely proud of these schools and the outstanding work students are doing in classrooms across our school district.”
Northview High School is ranked second in the list of Best Public High Schools in Georgia, and number 91 of the Best Public High Schools in the U.S. Northview High School gets high marks in academics, college prep, health & safety, diversity, and teachers. Reviews pulled from Niche surveys comment on Northview High School’s variety of academics and resources and the dedication of teachers and staff.
Also in the top 100 are Centennial High School, Riverwood International Charter School, and North Springs High School.
For the fifth annual Best School Rankings, Niche analyzed 83,542 public schools and 10,758 school districts, using data from the U.S. Department of Education as well as survey results from parents and student reviews. For a complete list, go here.