U.S. News & World Report released its annual high school rankings on Tuesday, and Montgomery County performed very well compared with the rest of the state.
With nine schools in the top 50, Montco was the leading county in Pennsylvania.
The magazine evaluated public, magnet and charter schools -- but notably, all of Montco's top achievers are regular public high schools.
Philadelphia has six schools in the top 50, including No. 1 Masterman and No. 6 Central. But all of Philadelphia's top schools are magnet or charter campuses.
For the full list, visit U.S. News & World Report. Here are Montco's winners:
No. 8 -- Radnor High School, Radnor Township
No. 9 -- Lower Moreland High School, Huntingdon Valley
No. 17 -- Lower Merion High School, Ardmore
No. 24 -- Wissahickon Senior High School, Ambler
No. 28 -- Upper Dublin High School, Fort Washington
No. 31 -- Plymouth-Whitemarsh High, Plymouth Meeting
No. 38 -- Souderton Area Senior High School, Souderton
No. 39 -- Harriton Senior High School, Rosemont
No. 46 -- North Penn Senior High School, Lansdale