These Public or Charter High Schools were voted the Bay Area’s 2022 Best of the Best by Bay Area Parent readers. Read the full list of winners here.
Gold: Willow Glen High. Striving to prepare students to be thinkers, leaders and creators, it offers 13 Advanced Placement classes, a University Express program, Honors courses and more. San Jose. wghs.sjusd.org.
Silver: Pioneer High School. San Jose. pioneer.sjusd.org.
Bronze: Leigh High School. San Jose. leigh.cuhsd.org.
Gold: Carlmont High School. Its mission is to provide a supportive learning environment that helps all students be successful in academics and careers.Belmont. carlmonths.org.
Silver: Sequoia High School. Redwood City. sequoiahs.org.
Silver: Hillsdale High School. San Mateo. smuhsd.org/hillsdalehigh.
Bronze: Woodside High School. Woodside. woodsidehs.org.
San Francisco and Marin
Gold: Lowell High School. It is ranked one of the highest performing high schools in California and has been recognized four times as a National Blue Ribbon School, eight times as a California Distinguished School and once as a Gold Ribbon School. San Francisco. sfusd.edu/school/lowell-high-school.
Silver: George Washington High School. San Francisco. sfusd.edu/school/george-washington-high-school.
Bronze: Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts. San Francisco. sfusd.edu/school/ruth-asawa-san-francisco-school-arts.
Gold: San Ramon Valley High School. This National Blue Ribbon School aims to provide an education that fosters the intellectual, physical and social development of each student. Danville. srvhs.schoolloop.com.
Silver: Castro Valley High School. Castro Valley. cvhs.cv.k12.ca.us.
Bronze: Monte Vista High School. Danville. mvhs.schoolloop.com.