Wilton High School is the ninth best high school in the state of Connecticut, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 Best High Schools rankings.
According to the report, Connecticut — which has 132 school districts, 193 high schools, 13,283 full-time teachers and 170,021 enrolled students — has 14 gold medal schools, 35 silver medal schools and nine bronze medal schools.
Since Wilton High School was awarded a national gold medal, the school was eligible for a state ranking.
The following academic indicators are used to determine schools’ rankings:
- Student/teacher ratio.
- Reading proficiency.
- Mathematics proficiency.
- College readiness index.