The International Academy in Bloomfield Hills, routinely recognized for being among the top high schools in the nation, ranked sixth in the U.S. News Media Group list of the 100 best public high schools.
The list was announced Friday and will be highlighted in the America's Best High Schools issue of U.S. News & World Report, on sale next week.
More than 21,000 high schools were evaluated based primarily on college readiness and academic achievement.
The top 100 schools received gold distinction. Many more were recognized with silver, bronze and honorable mention distinctions.
In Michigan, 19 schools received the silver ranking. In metro Detroit, they included Seaholm High School in Birmingham, Grosse Pointe South High School, Renaissance High School in Detroit, Adams High School in Rochester Hills and Troy High School.
Posted by Erin Rose at 11:33 AM