FRAMINGHAM _ U.S. News & World Report is out with its latest rankings of high schools across the country and in Massachusetts, and Ashland High made the top 50.
Ashland High School came in 46th in the Commonwealth out of 348 high schools and 1,052 nationally, in the latest rankings, out of 17,857 high schools.
The high school has a 15-1 student-teacher ratio, with less than 850 students, according to the magazine.
“Ashland High is ranked 46th within Massachusetts. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams. The AP® participation rate at Ashland High is 49%. The total minority enrollment is 28% ,” wrote US News & World Report.
The magazine said “schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.”
Boston Latin was ranked #1 on the list in Massachusetts and the Advanced Math & Science Charter School in Marlborough was ranked #3 on the list.
Framingham High School had a ranking of 122nd in the Commonwealth.
The magazine said 49% took at least one AP class, and 46% at least passed one AP exam.
Math Proficiency is at 82% with reading at 83% said the magazine.
The high school graduation rate is at 99% said the magazine.