FHSD named best district in St. Charles County and #8 in the state
Niche has just released its 2023 list of Best Schools in America, and has ranked the Francis Howell School District (FHSD) #8 in Missouri. That is the highest ranking of any school district in St. Charles County and the 7th highest in the St. Louis region. With nearly 500 public school districts ranked, FHSD falls in the top two percent of districts in the entire state of Missouri.
Niche also ranked FHSD among the top 15 places to teach in Missouri and the #16 best school district for athletes in Missouri. Among St. Charles County school districts, FHSD is the top place to teach and also has the best teachers, according to Niche. The district report card reflects all As and Bs, with grades of A+ for academics and teachers; A for clubs and activities, sports, college prep, food and administration; A- for resources and facilities; and B- for diversity.
Niche analyzes data from the U.S. Department of Education and over 60 million K-12 school reviews to produce comprehensive rankings, report cards, and profiles for schools, colleges and places to live. School district rankings reflect the entire school experience, including academics, teachers, diversity, student life and student outcomes. Read more about the methodology Niche uses to develop their rankings here.
Niche believes that “each school is so much more than just one ranking number.” The website provides in-depth profiles on each school and district, and assesses them across a number of factors to produce annual graded Report Cards. To view the Niche rankings of all Missouri school districts, visit the Niche website.
While we celebrate these rankings, we encourage guardians and the community to review the methodology used in their development.