Six Montgomery County schools are among the 40 top-rated public high schools in the Philadelphia region, according to a recently published list by the Philadelphia Magazine.
The top performers in the city and its suburbs – listed alphabetically – were determined by standardized tests and graduation rates, among other statistical measures.
Harriton made the list with a graduation percentage of 96, a college percentage of 94, and verbal/math SAT scores of 628/630.
Lower Merion is next with a 98 percent graduation rate, 93 percent college rate, and 622/624 for its SAT scores.
Meanwhile, Lower Moreland recorded a graduation percentage of 98 percent and a college percentage of 96 percent. SAT scores of 605/589.
Methacton comes next with 94 percent and 90 percent graduation and college rate respectively and SAT scores that were 622/604.
Upper Dublin also made the list with a graduation percentage of 98, college percentage of 93, and SAT scores of 602/606.
Finally, Wissahickon rounds out the list with a 95 percent graduation rate, 93 percent college rate, and SAT scores that came in at 614/595.
Read more about top-rated high schools at the Philadelphia Magazine by clicking here.
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