The Ohio School Report Card is one of the data points that Upper Arlington Schools reviews to monitor the success of our school district and our students. Below is a five-year snapshot of Upper Arlington Schools' rankings on various data points in the report card — to make this information easily accessible to members of our community.
The information below incorporates the most recent data from the 2021-2022 state report card, released in September 2022. Upper Arlington Schools was one of only 12 districts, out of more than 600 in the state, to receive a five-star rating on all five components — achievement, progress, gap closing, graduation and early literacy. Please view the links below for more detail:
In addition, several magazines and online publications have created their own educational ranking systems. U.S. News & World Report is among those publications. You can access this page about publication rankings on our website for more information.
While the state report card provides a simple way to view and compare our district's academic and financial data to others in our area and across the state, it is only a part of the story of what is happening in our schools. To offer a more holistic picture of our schools, we publish the Quality Profile, an annual accountability report that is rooted in our district’s strategic plan and offers our community a look at our progress on our strategic priorities. You can view the latest version of the Quality Profile on our website.