Best Public Schools in Ardmore, PA


Summary:

The city of Ardmore, Pennsylvania is home to two exceptional schools - Lower Merion High School and Chestnutwold Elementary School. Both schools demonstrate strong academic performance, with Lower Merion High School ranking 6th out of 674 Pennsylvania high schools and receiving a 5-star rating from SchoolDigger.

Lower Merion High School stands out for its impressive test scores, with 75.5% of students proficient or better in Algebra I, 85.8% in Biology, and 92.9% in Literature, significantly outperforming the state averages. The school also boasts an exceptional 96.5% four-year graduation rate and a very low 0.1% dropout rate. Additionally, Lower Merion High School has a diverse student population, with 63.79% white, 11.97% African American, 7.07% Hispanic, and 10.4% Asian students.

While Chestnutwold Elementary School has a less diverse student body, with 81.32% white, 5.6% African American, and 2.89% Hispanic students, it also demonstrates strong academic performance, with high proficiency rates in PSSA Math and English Language Arts across grades 3-5, exceeding the district and state averages. Both schools benefit from significant per-student spending, with Lower Merion High School spending $29,676 per student and Chestnutwold Elementary School spending $16,875 per student, well above the state average.








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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMERS: Not all boundaries are included. We make every effort to ensure that boundaries are up-to-date. But it's important to note that these are approximations and are for general informational purposes only. To verify legal descriptions of boundaries or school locations, contact your local tax assessor's office and/or school district.





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