Five high schools in Delaware County are among the region’s Top 20 high schools for STEM, writes Clara Lefton for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Niche.com analyzed both public and private schools in Greater Philadelphia based on their STEM programs to find which have the best science, technology, engineering, and math foundation for further education.
The rankings are based on an analysis of academic and student life data from the U.S. Department of Education, as well as test scores, college data, and ratings provided by Niche users.
The Agnes Irwin School, an all-girls school in Rosemont with more than 650 students, ranks second, while The Haverford School, an all-boys school with 973 students, ranks fourth.
The Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square checked in at No. 7, while Radnor and Strath Haven placed 12th and 19th, respectively.
Read more about the region’s Top 20 high schools for STEM in the Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.