See Which Montgomery County Schools Made U.S. News & World Report’s List of Best Public High Schools in 2022

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Three Montgomery County schools rank among U.S. News & World Report’s 20 best public high schools in Greater Philadelphia, writes Ryan Mulligan for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

U.S. News ranked more than 17,800 public high schools across the nation, rating them based on college readiness, state assessment performance and proficiency, underserved student performance, and graduation rates, among other factors.

Lower Merion High School in Ardmore was in fourteenth place in the Philadelphia region and sixteenth in Pennsylvania. The school also placed in No. 591 in national rankings.

The next school is Lower Moreland High School in Huntingdon Valley, which came No. 15 in the region. The school placed in No. 17 in Pennsylvania and No. 620 in the nation.

Then is Wissahickon Senior High School in Ambler, which ranked sixteenth in Greater Philadelphia and in No. 18 in Pennsylvania. The school made it to No. 624 nationwide.

The list is rounded off with Harriton Senior High School in Rosemont, which ranked in No. 20 in the region. The school placed in No. 22 in Pennsylvania and No. 752 in the nation.

Read more about the best public high schools in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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