Five school districts in the Philadelphia area have ranked in the top 10 for their scores of the Pennsylvania School of Assessment Exams.
That’s according to a survey by Philadelphia Business Journal sister publication the Pittsburgh Business Times.
The Philadelphia-region districts in the top 10 were:
• Tredyffrin-Easttown School District in Chester County (No. 2 ).
• Unionville-Chadds Ford School District (No. 3).
• Radnor Township School District in Delaware County (No. 4).
• Lower Merion School District in Montgomery County (No. 7).
• Central Bucks School District in Bucks County (No. 8).
The Philadelphia School District ranked No. 484. The No. 1 district was Upper St. Clair in Allegheny County.