Fifteen of the Top 20 high schools in Pennsylvania that send the most students to Harvard, Princeton, and MIT are located in southeastern Pennsylvania, according to a staff report from the Philadelphia Business Journal.
New research from PolarisList ranks high schools nationwide on the number of their students who matriculated into the aforementioned institutions, which were chosen for their selectivity and accessibility for lower-income students.
Agnes Irwin, Germantown Academy, The Haverford School, The Episcopal Academy, and The Hill School were among the private high schools to make the list.
Meanwhile, Pennsbury, Lower Merion, Cheltenham, Central in Philadelphia, Council Rock North, Julia R. Masterman in Philadelphia, Radnor, Harriton, and Conestoga were among the public high schools in Pennsylvania to the send the most students to Harvard, Princeton, and MIT.
Read more about the local high schools that send the most students to these three prestigious colleges in the Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.