U.S. News & World Report ranks Osbourn Park among the nation’s best
Posted on 05/14/2018
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U.S. News & World Report has recognized Osbourn Park High School with a silver medal in their 2018 rankings, which are based on the school’s 2015-16 test results, graduation rate, and college readiness. U.S. News & World Report ranks Osbourn Park High as 16th out of 325 Virginia high schools, and 774th out of more than 20,500 public high schools nationwide. The ranking places Osbourn Park in the top five percent of this group of high schools nationwide.

“This is wonderful news, and testament to the hard work of our students, and faculty and staff, said Neil Beech, principal. “I know the U.S. News calculation is complicated and attempts to compare the performance of schools across the nation. To be ranked 16th in Virginia and in the top five percent in the nation is a source of pride for our community.”

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, which is in Fairfax but offers a specialized education to students in several districts, including Prince William County Public Schools, was ranked 10th in the nation and first in Virginia.

Read more about how schools are ranked.