Top Maryland Public Schools

Student by Ethnicity

(MD) School Average
Asian
7%
Hispanic
17%
Black
34%
White
37%
Two or more races
5%
This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in MD.

Top Overall Ranked Public Schools in Maryland (2020)

  • School Student Proficiency Grades Location
  • 1.
    Eastern Technical High SchoolRank: #1
    Vocational School
    Magnet School
    Math: ≥99% (Top 1%) Reading: 80% (Top 5%)Math: ≥99% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 80% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 9-121100 Mace Ave
    EssexMD 21221
    (410)887-0190

  • 2.
    Academy Of Health Sciences At PgccRank: #2
    Magnet School
    Math: ≥95% (Top 5%) Reading: 90-94% (Top 1%)Math: ≥95% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 90-94% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-12301 Largo Rd
    Upper MarlboroMD 20774
    (301)546-7247

  • 3.-4.
    Baltimore Polytechnic InstituteRank: #3-4
    Math: 98% (Top 1%) Reading: 79% (Top 5%)Math: 98% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 79% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 9-121400 W Cold Spring Ln
    BaltimoreMD 21209
    (410)396-7026

  • 3.-4.
    Hereford High SchoolRank: #3-4
    Math: 98% (Top 1%) Reading: 79% (Top 5%)Math: 98% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 79% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 9-1217301 York Rd
    ParktonMD 21120
    (410)887-1905

  • 5.
    Patterson Mill High SchoolRank: #5
    Math: ≥95% (Top 5%) Reading: 75-79% (Top 5%)Math: ≥95% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 75-79% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 9-1285 Patterson Mill Rd
    Bel AirMD 21015
    (410)638-4640

  • 6.
    Fallston High SchoolRank: #6
    Math: 95% (Top 5%) Reading: 77% (Top 5%)Math: 95% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 77% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 9-122301 Carrs Mill Rd
    FallstonMD 21047
    (410)638-4120

  • 7.
    Baltimore School For The ArtsRank: #7
    Math: 90-94% (Top 5%) Reading: 80-84% (Top 1%)Math: 90-94% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 80-84% (Top 1%)
    Grades: 9-12712 Cathedral Street
    BaltimoreMD 21201
    (443)642-5165

  • 8.
    Western School Of Technology & Env. ScienceRank: #8
    Vocational School
    Magnet School
    Math: 98% (Top 1%) Reading: 73% (Top 5%)Math: 98% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 73% (Top 5%)
    Grades: 9-12100 Kenwood Ave
    CatonsvilleMD 21228
    (410)887-0840

  • 9.
    Cold Spring Elementary SchoolRank: #9
    Magnet School
    Math: 87% (Top 5%) Reading: 88% (Top 1%)Math: 87% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 88% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-59201 Falls Chapel Way
    PotomacMD 20854
    (301)279-8480

  • 10.Math: 85-89% (Top 5%) Reading: 85-89% (Top 1%)Math: 85-89% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 85-89% (Top 1%)
    Grades: K-5310 Governor Stone Pky
    MillersvilleMD 21108
    (410)222-3851

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Top Maryland Public Schools by County (2020)

County
# Schools
# Students
% Minority
22 Schools
8,629 Students
12% Minority
125 Schools
83,457 Students
46% Minority
172 Schools
112,814 Students
61% Minority
174 Schools
81,439 Students
92% Minority
25 Schools
15,908 Students
29% Minority
10 Schools
5,787 Students
37% Minority
44 Schools
25,290 Students
17% Minority
29 Schools
15,364 Students
23% Minority
38 Schools
26,891 Students
75% Minority
13 Schools
4,767 Students
57% Minority
67 Schools
42,140 Students
40% Minority
12 Schools
3,811 Students
4% Minority
54 Schools
37,780 Students
36% Minority
76 Schools
56,784 Students
63% Minority
5 Schools
1,993 Students
39% Minority
207 Schools
161,546 Students
72% Minority
208 Schools
132,317 Students
96% Minority
14 Schools
7,778 Students
20% Minority
9 Schools
2,918 Students
61% Minority
28 Schools
18,053 Students
36% Minority
8 Schools
4,646 Students
42% Minority
44 Schools
22,595 Students
33% Minority
24 Schools
14,953 Students
57% Minority
14 Schools
6,684 Students
35% Minority
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