Philadelphia's J.R. Masterman ranked at the top of SAT scores again for 2011. Although the school's average cumulative score of 1897 did drop from 2010's total of 1929.
Chester County's Conestoga High School in Tredyffrin-Easttown School District came in second again. Montgomery County's Lower Merion School District claimed third place with Lower Merion High School and fifth with Harriton High School. Delaware County's Radnor High School fit in between those schools at fourth. All four of these Main Line schools had the same rankings in 2010.
Philadelphia's Central High School had the most seniors taking the SAT at 520, followed by Conestoga with 490 and Haverford High School in Delaware County with 372. Philadelphia's J.R. Masterman had the smallest number of student taking the SAT with 116.
High School (District)
2011 SAT ScoreMasterman (Philadelphia) 1897
Conestoga (Tredyffrin-Easttown) 1755 Lower Merion (Lower Merion) 1748 Radnor (Radnor Township) 1720 Harriton (Lower Merion) 1717 Great Valley (Great Valley) 1668 Central (Philadelphia) 1650 Henderson (West Chester) 1609 Penncrest (Rose Tree Media) 1606 East (West Chester) 1565 Haverford (Haverford Township) 1562 Phoenixville (Phoenixville Area) 1560 Bayard Rustin (West Chester) 1554 Marple Newtown (Marple Newtown) 1504 Springfield (Springfield) 1498
The scores represented here are combined average scores from the verbal, math and writing portions of the tests taken by college-bound seniors, as reported by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.