When the U.S. News and World Report ranks something, the nation tunes in. This month, the popular magazine ranked the state's high schools. Those in Montgomery County will be happy to hear it was well represented at the top of the list.
Of the list's top 50 schools, nine of the county's high schools were there the list, which put the county highest in the state. Of the ranked schools, the following were in the top 50:
No. 8 -- Radnor High School, Radnor Township
No. 9 -- Lower Moreland High School, Huntingdon Valley
No. 17 -- Lower Merion High School, Ardmore
No. 24 -- Wissahickon Senior High School, Ambler
No. 28 -- Upper Dublin High School, Fort Washington
No. 31 -- Plymouth-Whitemarsh High, Plymouth Meeting
No. 38 -- Souderton Area Senior High School, Souderton
No. 39 -- Harriton Senior High School, Rosemont
No. 46 -- North Penn Senior High School, Lansdale
To review the full list of ranked schools across the state, visit Pennsylvania's school rankings list here.