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2024 Best Schools with Gifted and Talented Programs in the Philadelphia Area

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  1. #3 Best Public High Schools in Philadelphia Area.

    Radnor Senior High School

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    Radnor Township School District, PA,

    9-12,

    160 Niche users give it an average review of 4.2 stars.

    Featured Review: Senior says The school is strong academically relative to the public schools in the area. It is extremely safe. The school community is strong and people look out for one another. The administration does a good....

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    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Students: 1,165,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 13 to 1,

  2. #5 Best Public High Schools in Philadelphia Area.

    Downingtown STEM Academy

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    Downingtown Area School District, PA,

    9-12,

    122 Niche users give it an average review of 4.4 stars.

    Featured Review: Sophomore says As a sophomore, I have really enjoyed my time in STEM so far. The school also makes a point to prepare all students for college, starting freshman year. Adding to this, STEM gives all students....

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    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Students: 883,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,

  3. The Grayson School

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    Private School,

    RADNOR, PA,

    PK, K-12,

    13 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says The Grayson School has been incredibly transformative for my children. The faculty and staff is incredibly knowledgable and passionate about developing an individualized educational plan for each....

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    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Students: 180,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 4 to 1,

  4. #4 Best Public Elementary Schools in Philadelphia Area.

    Radnor Elementary School

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    Radnor Township School District, PA,

    K-5,

    8 Niche users give it an average review of 4.5 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says We have 2 kids in RES for past 2 years. We moved from a nearby town to Radnor mainly for the school system. Our kids were in a private school that didn’t seem as well funded. Here it seems the teachers and students are happy. I don’t see a lot of pressure on grades and homework like I did in private school. Not sure if that’s good or bad. It just seems homework was a lot...Lunch program is decent and has good options. I believe its subsidized and reasonable priced.PTO - is very strong and provides lots of support and programs for the school throughout the year (fundraisers, pretzels, international week, etc).Student diversity is relatively normal..

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    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Students: 571,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,

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