Poolesville High School received the highest score out of all Montgomery County high schools, closely followed by Walt Whitman and Winston Churchill, according to data from the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE).
Poolesville received a five-star rating from the MSDE. Additionally, they scored a 84.4% on their school report card. The MSDE school report card calculates schools’ overall scores based on academic achievement, graduation rate, English language proficiency, post-secondary success, student success and school quality.
Walt Whitman High School received a five-star rating as well, along with an overall score of 83.4%. Winston Churchill High School earned an 82.8% on the school report and Thomas S. Wootton High School earned an 80.3%.
Overall, five Montgomery County Public High Schools (MCPS) earned five-star ratings and 13 earned four-star ratings. Six schools earned three-star ratings.
MSDE’s school reports are available on their website.