Delaware County is home to five of the Top 50 Private High Schools in Greater Philadelphia, according to the latest rankings published by Niche.com, writes Clara Lefton for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Niche.com calculated its rankings based on academic and student life data, along with test scores, college data, and ratings from millions of users.
Among the categories weighed were Composite SAT/ACT Score, Top Colleges Score, College Enrollment, and Culture & Diversity.
The Episcopal Academy, with 1,268 students and an annual tuition of $35,400, placed third, while The Haverford School, with 973 students and an annual tuition of $38,800, checked in at No. 9.
With 666 students and tuition of $35,500, Agnes Irwin was No. 11, while The Academy of Notre Dame de Namur, with 540 students and tuition of $23,900, placed 29th.
With 239 students and tuition of $20,100, Sacred Heart ranked 40th.
Read more about the Top 50 Private High Schools in Greater Philadelphia in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.