We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 64 Maryland schools made our rankings. View Rankings
To graduate, Maryland high school students must take at least 21 credit hours in specific subjects. Students must also pass the Maryland High School Assessments in English, biology and algebra and data analysis, according to the Maryland State Department of Education.
Maryland is home to myriad schools ranked in 2013 among the U.S. News Best High Schools, including 21 with gold medals, 37 with silver medals and six with bronze medals. The top-ranked school in Maryland is Winston Churchill High School, near Washington, D.C. in the Montgomery County Public Schools, which is about 50 miles from both Baltimore and the state capital of Annapolis.
Top Ranked MD Schools
To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.#1
11300 GAINSBOROUGH RD, POTOMAC, MD 20854#2
7100 WHITTIER BLVD, BETHESDA, MD 20817#3
17501 WILLARD RD, POOLESVILLE, MD 20837#4
2100 WOOTTON PARKWAY, ROCKVILLE, MD 20850#5
250 RICHARD MONTGOMERY DR, ROCKVILLE, MD 20852#6
4301 EASTWEST HWY, BETHESDA, MD 20814#7
12101 ROUTE 108, CLARKSVILLE, MD 21029#8
60 ROBINSON RD, SEVERNA PARK, MD 21146#9
938 YORK RD, TOWSON, MD 21204#10
51 UNIVERSITY BLVD EAST, SILVER SPRING, MD 20901
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MD by the Numbers
Districts 24 High Schools 241 Full-Time Teachers 16,620 Students Enrolled 262,900
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The Montgomery County Public Schools includes 30 high schools that serve 45,255 students.
There are 30 high schools in the Prince George's County Public Schools, serving 39,281 students.
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