Two Oldham County Schools have been ranked as top five in the state, according to the U.S. News and World Report annual rankings.
North Oldham High School was ranked second in the state, while South Oldham High School was ranked fourth, according to the recently released rankings. The top school in the state, according to the rankings, is DuPont Manual High School in Louisville. Highlands High School and Beechwood High School round of the top five, respectively. NOHS was ranked No. 206 nationally, while SOHS ranked No. 431 nationally.