Quaker Valley ranks as one of Pennsylvania’s best schools for athletes |

Quaker Valley ranks as one of Pennsylvania’s best schools for athletes

Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Quaker Valley's Danny Conlan competes against Grove City in a PIAA Class 4A second-round game March 16, 2017, at North Allegheny.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Quaker Valley's Coletrane Washington pulls up for a jump shot against Harbor Creek in a PIAA first-round game March 11, 2017, at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic.
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Quaker Valley's Andres Hubsch competes in the boys 100 backstroke during the AA WPIAL swimming championship Friday, March 3, 2017, at Trees Pool.
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The Quaker Valley boys soccer team finished as PIAA runner-up on Nov. 19, 2016, in Hershey.

Quaker Valley ranked among Pennsylvania's best high schools for athletes, according to ranking and review site

Quaker Valley landed in 10th place, according to the Shadyside-based site that compiles the rankings .

Lower Merion, in Montgomery and Delaware counties, was the top-ranked school. North Allegheny ranking second.

Other local schools making the list include Bethel Park (9th), New Castle (11th), South Fayette (19th) and Beaver Area (20th).

The website compiles rankings for places to live, K-12 schools and colleges.

Read more about's methodology for rankings .

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