Withrow High School was ranked as the most beautiful in Ohio by Aceable.blog, an online drivers education website. Four other area high schools ranked among the top 25 in the state: Hughes Stem (No. 4), Summit Country Day (No. 7), Walnut Hills (No. 9) and Western Hills (No. 21).
Here’s what researchers had to say about the schools:
- Withrow: “Another beauty designed by Frederick W. Garber, Withrow High School includes a 114-foot clock tower and gorgeous arched bridge.”
- Hughes Stem: “This prime example of Tudor architecture includes a 145-foot tower and terracotta gargoyles that represent various facets of academia.
- Summit Country Day: “This 24-acre campus includes a building that dates back to 1890 as well as modern athletic facilities and classrooms.”
- Walnut Hills: “Designed by famous architect Frederick W. Garber, this 1931 high school was supposedly modeled after the rotunda at the University of Virginia.”
- Western Hills: “Constructed in 1928, this Cincinnati high school is a prime example of Renaissance-influenced architecture.”
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