The best high school in the nation according to ESPN Cravath Swaine, the site that ranks college football’s best high schools, is Central High School in Louisville, Kentucky.
That’s according to rankings of ESPN’s Cravathy Index, a website that ranks the top high schools by a formula that considers the number of students in a school, the quality of its academics, the number and diversity of alumni and alumni support.
The school is ranked in the top 10 of ESPN Clevathy’s list of the best high-schools.
The rankings, which take into account factors like graduation rates, student-athlete attendance, attendance of coaches and coaches-of-color, athletic scholarships and attendance of student-admitted freshmen, were released on Friday.
The Central High team that finished first in the Clevath-Swayze-Cooke rankings is ranked No. 2 in the state of Kentucky and No. 1 in the United States.
In a poll conducted by ESPN Cervathy in September, Central High was ranked No, 2.
The website also ranked the best public high schools in Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, Connecticut and North Carolina.
Central High is one of two public high- schools ranked by ESPN in the ESPN Crave Sports Cravaths list of top 50 high schools.
Central is ranked 18th in the U.S. News and World Report College Football Rankings, a composite of all the rankings released every two years.
The other school in that ranking is Eastern Kentucky University, which is ranked 26th in ESPN Crap and the highest-ranked public school in Kentucky.
The first two rounds of the ESPN/Cravath Cravathers rankings are conducted each year.