Clinton High School gets a bronze medal ranking in the latest U-S News and World Report rankings of best high schools in the country. (link included to CHS page in the report)
The rankings include gold medal which makes up 3% of the schools – silver medal which makes up another 9% and bronze which makes up 15% of the high schools. The rankings are determined on high-performing schools based on state exam performance, listed
Link: CHS page in the report
Other area schools did not receive a medal ranking.
The top ranking school in Iowa was the John F. Kennedy High School in Cedar Rapids which received silver medal award in the national ranking.