Top Maryland School Districts

Top Maryland School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Allegany County 8,605 0.21 90%
    Anne Arundel County 79,298 0.62 89%
    Baltimore City 83,346 0.32 71%
    Baltimore County 110,518 0.67 89%
    Calvert County 16,017 0.46 94%
    Caroline County 5,602 0.54 89%
    Carroll County 25,258 0.27 95%
    Cecil County 15,859 0.38 91%
    Charles County 26,307 0.63 92%
    District Of Columbia 35 n/a 69%
    Dorchester County 4,739 0.64 86%
    Frederick County 40,655 0.56 92%
    Garrett County 3,856 0.08 92%
    Harford County 36,750 0.54 89%
    Howard County 54,870 0.74 93%
    Kent County 1,868 0.55 85-89%
    Loudoun County 572 n/a 92%
    Montgomery County 156,380 0.77 90%
    Prince George's County 128,138 0.54 81%
    Queen Anne's County 7,717 0.35 96%
    Seed School Of Maryland 405 0.13 ≥90%
    Somerset County 2,908 0.64 80-84%
    St. Mary's County 17,941 0.54 94%
    Talbot County 4,625 0.57 86%
    Washingtion County 22,270 0.49 91%
    Wicomico County 14,790 0.67 82%
    Worcester County 6,660 0.53 92%
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