The rankings are based on a new report that looked at state standardized testing scores. The data was compiled by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
They were joined by Lower Merion and Tredyffrin-Eastown School Districts.
Lower Merion ranked highest, at No. 3. Radnor School District placed fourth edging up from a No. 6 ranking last year.
Tredyffrin-Easttown was No. 5 and Unionville-Chadds Ford, which held the No. 1 spot for seven years in a row, slipped to fourth place last year and fell to No. 10 this year.
In total, 492 of the state’s 500 school districts were ranked.
Other Delaware County school districts that made it into the top 50 across the state were the School District of Haverford Township, placing 14h; Wallingford-Swarthmore, which came in at No. 20; Springfield, No. 25; Rose Tree Media, 33, and Garnet Valley,40.
Read more about the 2023 school district rankings across Pennsylvania in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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