A pair of Delaware County schools rank among the Top 10 public high schools for STEM education in Pennsylvania, according to a report in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Niche.com analyzed public high schools across the state to find those that create the best foundation in science, technology, engineering, and math. The rankings were based on several factors, including SAT and ACT math scores, level of math proficiency, enrollment in A.P. math and science classes.
Radnor placed eighth with an overall grade of A+. The school achieved its position through its 89 percent proficiency in math, an average SAT score of 1280, and average ACT of 29. The school also has a high graduation rate of 98 percent.
Strath Haven ranked 10th with an overall score of A+. The school has a math proficiency of 93 percent, an average SAT score of 1260, and a graduation rate of 95 percent.
Check out the complete list in the Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.