Framingham High School made the Massachusetts in U.S. News and World Report’s 2015 Best High Schools survey.
Framingham was ranked No. 36.
According to the survey, Framingham High has
  • 12:1 student-teacher ratio - with 1,988 students and 160 faculty
  • 44.7 college readiness score
  • 96 percent proficient in English
  • 89 percent proficient in Math
Framingham High was ranked #760 nationally, on the survey.
The national high school graduation rate is at an all-time high, according to U.S. News
“As educators work to get even more students into caps and gowns, they are experimenting with innovative instructional methods,” U.S. News said. “Through specialized class work, high schools are facilitating teen entrepreneurs and published authors, for example. Plus, there has been a renewed interest in career and technical programs.”
The School for the Talented and Gifted in Dallas was ranked the No. 1 public high school in the country.
In Massachusetts, these were the top 5:
  • Sturgis Charter Public School in Hyannis
  • Boston Latin School
  • Boston Collegiate Charter School in Dorchester
  • Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter School in Marlborough
  • Lexington High School
In MetroWest
  • Dover-Sherborn High was #9
  • Newton South High was #12
  • Wellesley High was #15
  • Needham High was #16
  • Ashland High was #29
  • Wayland High was #30
  • Shrewbury High was #34
  • Westborough High was #39