98 Maryland High Schools ranked in a Newsweek survey out of 27,000 high schools across the country.
Only 6% of all high schools (about 1,600) make the list.
Baltimore County Public Schools had 12 schools on there!
The Baltimore Sun reported on the list, stating the Baltimore County Schools that made it and their ranking:
Dulaney, 253; Towson, 334; Carver Center for Arts, 470; Eastern Tech, 564; Pikesville, 590; Hereford, 632; Catonsville, 951; Western, 1,179; Owings Mills, 1,240; Loch Raven, 1,302; Franklin, 1,457; Perry Hall, 1,525.
Towson High School was ranked at # 334, and Dulaney High at 253. Many Towson homes are in the Towson High School district, and many Cockeysville and Hunt Valley homes are in the Dulaney High school district.
To be certain of a particular Baltimore County home’s school district, www.bcps.org has a link to discover what schools a particular home is set to attend. One thing to be aware of, though, is that homes can be redistricted at any time.
If you are considering buying homes based on Baltimore County school districts, these scores are a great beginning to discover what may be a good fit for you.
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