Montgomery County is home to thirteen of the top 39 school districts in Pennsylvania with the most valuable homes, write Ethan Lott and Kennedy Rose for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
To compile its list of the school districts with the highest home values in the state, the Pittsburgh Business Times looked at the most recent U.S. Census data for school districts across Pennsylvania.
Overall, four districts in the Keystone State had a median home value above $500,000. This includes Lower Merion School District in third place with a median home value of $578,600.
Twelve more local school districts are in the $300,000 to $500,000 range.
Bryn Athyn is first here with a median home value of $426,300, followed by Wissahickon at $422,200.
Next is Upper Dublin with a median of $408,400 and Lower Moreland Township at $406,400.
They are followed by Methacton at $355,300, Colonial at $351,700, and Springfield Township at $330,000.
Upper Merion is next at $312,400, followed closely by Hatboro-Horsham coming in at $311,200.
The list is rounded out with Souderton at $308,800, Spring-Ford Area at $300,500, and North Penn at $300,200.
Read more about the top school districts at the Philadelphia Business Journal here.