Chester County is home to nine of the state’s 100 highest-scoring high schools on the 2018 Keystone Exams, writes Ethan Lott for The Pittsburgh Business Times.
The results of the standardized tests were released earlier this year by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for 675 schools statewide. The Pittsburgh Business Times analyzed the data to assess the highest-scoring schools in the state.
The Downingtown STEM Academy took the top spot, while Unionville and Conestoga checked in at Nos. 9 and 10, respectively.
Rustin placed 12th, while Great Valley placed 20th.
Phoenixville also cracked the Top 100, finishing 81st.
Read more about the state’s 100 highest-scoring high schools on the 2018 Keystone Exams in The Pittsburgh Business Times here.