Hampton High School, for the fourth consecutive year (2010), is ranked among the best of the nation's high schools by Newsweek Magazine.
Hampton High School (HHS) is a U.S. Department of Education National Blue Ribbon School.
For the second consecutive year (2009), US News and World Report awarded Hampton a Silver ranking, making it among the top three percent of US high schools.
Pittsburgh Business Times consistently ranks Hampton High School among the top five area high schools in its annual Guide to Western Pennsylvania Schools.
Hampton High School has the highest graduation rate of any public school in Allegheny County.
HHS students consistently rank above national averages on College Board scores.
HHS faculty-student ratio is 1:17 and average class size is 24.
Each HHS student contributes at least 40 hours of community service as a graduation requirement.
HHS ranked 18th in the state in 2009, out of 501 school districts, in the percentage of students scoring proficient or advanced on the PSSA Science Exam. This places HHS in the 96.6 percentile among public school districts for this test.