Rhinebeck High School Again Named by US News & World Report to List of the State's and the Nation's Best for 2018
Rhinebeck High School has been named by US News and World Report again this year as one of 2018's "Best High Schools" in New York State, as well as in the United States.
Rhinebeck High School has been named by US News and World Report again this year as one of the "Best High Schools," including charter and magnet schools, in New York State, as well as in the nation. Rhinebeck is ranked #130 of the 287 New York State high schools recognized as "Best High Schools" and awarded a gold, silver or bronze award out of the State's total number of 1,263 high schools. This places Rhinebeck High School in the top 10% of high schools statewide, and one of four high schools in Dutchess County (along with Spackenkill, Red Hook, and Beacon) achieving silver awards.
Nationally, Rhinebeck High School was ranked #1,423 out of 20,500 US high schools, placing RHS in the top 7% of schools nationwide.
Congratulations to students, staff, parents and community members for the support and the collaborative effort from Grades K through 12 that leads to state and nationalrecognition as a "best high school."
A profile of Rhinebeck High School, the methodology for US News and World Report's selection and ranking the best high schools in New York State and in the Nation, and Frequently Asked Questions, are outlined below. Additional information is available at the following web links: