All three Northshore high schools were ranked among Newsweek’s 2013 top 2,000 schools that best prepare students for college. Inglemoor High School was ranked 584, Bothell High School 1,115 and Woodinville High School 1,128. School rankings include factors proven to be the best indicators of college readiness: graduation rates, participation in college-level classes such as Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs and acceptance into a two- or four-year college program.
Woodinville and Inglemoor high schools also earned rankings for 2013 in U.S. News and World Report. Woodinville High School ranked 16th in the state and 772 in the nation. Inglemoor High School ranked 35th in the state and 1,270 in the nation. Schools are ranked on overall student performance above state averages, including math and reading results; the least-advantaged students’ performance, including math and reading proficiency rates, above state averages; and the best college-level achievement for the highest percentage of students.