Top Maryland Public Schools
- Maryland is the #25 largest school system in the United States, serving 878,731 students across the top 1,435 public schools for the 2018-19 school year.
- Maryland public schools have a diversity score of 0.40, which is higher than the national average of 0.32.
- Minority enrollment is 61% (majority Black) and the student:teacher ratio is 15:1.
Student by Ethnicity
(MD) School Average
Two or more races
Top Maryland Public Schools by County (2018-19)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 23 Schools8,951 Students11% Minority
- 119 Schools78,839 Students43% Minority
- 168 Schools106,614 Students60% Minority
- 191 Schools90,460 Students89% Minority
- 25 Schools16,017 Students28% Minority
- 10 Schools5,602 Students35% Minority
- 46 Schools26,039 Students17% Minority
- 28 Schools15,859 Students22% Minority
- 38 Schools26,307 Students72% Minority
- 13 Schools4,739 Students55% Minority
- 70 Schools42,099 Students36% Minority
- 11 Schools3,717 Students4% Minority
- 54 Schools37,448 Students35% Minority
- 74 Schools52,829 Students60% Minority
- 6 Schools1,868 Students37% Minority
- 208 Schools156,832 Students70% Minority
- 208 Schools127,785 Students96% Minority
- 14 Schools7,717 Students20% Minority
- 28 Schools17,941 Students34% Minority
- 9 Schools2,908 Students59% Minority
- 8 Schools4,625 Students38% Minority
- 45 Schools22,085 Students30% Minority
- 25 Schools14,790 Students55% Minority
- 14 Schools6,660 Students34% Minority
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