The city of Avon ranks 16th of richest school districts in Ohio with a median income of $60,407 according to a study released this week.
Information gathered was from Ohio Department of Taxation, 2010 tax returns.
Avon Lake ranked 26th richest with a median income of $55,355.26.
The full Plain Dealer article ranks each district in the state, along with its median income.
Olentangy Local School District ranked first at $76,444. The district is located in Delaware County.
Ohio pales in comparison to some of the richest school districts in the United States.
According to a June 2012 Wall Street Journal article, Scarsdale Union Free School District in New York is the wealthiest with a median household income of $238,000, followed by Weston School District in Connectict with a median household income of $209,630 and Riverdale School District in Oregon with a median household income of $199,167.
The poorest school district in the United States, according to the Wall Street Journal, is Barbourville Independent School District, KY, with a median household income of $16,607.
The Plain Dealer ranked New Boston School District as the poorest, with a median household income of $18,928.