ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

#1. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20653, MD

Population: 24,274 Median Age: 35 College-Educated: 30% Family-Households: 63% Median Household Income: $75,161 Average Commute (mi.): 28 Lived Here Last Year: 83% Median Home Value: $269,600 Median Monthly Rent: $1,217 Renter-Occupied: 40%

#2. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20686, MD

Population: 1,775 Median Age: 20 College-Educated: 44% Family-Households: 100% Median Household Income: $79,475 Average Commute (mi.): 12 Lived Here Last Year: 80% Renter-Occupied: 63%

#3. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20690, MD

Population: 905 Median Age: 58 College-Educated: 54% Family-Households: 93% Median Household Income: $75,847 Average Commute (mi.): 35 Lived Here Last Year: 74% Median Home Value: $393,100 Median Monthly Rent: $1,093 Renter-Occupied: 16%

#4. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20667, MD

Population: 633 Median Age: 50 College-Educated: 12% Family-Households: 67% Average Commute (mi.): 17 Lived Here Last Year: 98% Median Home Value: $220,300 Renter-Occupied: 11%

#5. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20670, MD

Population: 1,441 Median Age: 23 College-Educated: 26% Family-Households: 92% Median Household Income: $53,836 Average Commute (mi.): 12 Lived Here Last Year: 82% Median Monthly Rent: $1,832 Renter-Occupied: 84%

#6. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20674, MD

Population: 848 Median Age: 38 College-Educated: 31% Family-Households: 65% Average Commute (mi.): 30 Lived Here Last Year: 88% Median Home Value: $450,000 Median Monthly Rent: $1,098 Renter-Occupied: 18%

#7. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20619, MD

Population: 15,052 Median Age: 33 College-Educated: 45% Family-Households: 69% Median Household Income: $95,123 Average Commute (mi.): 27 Lived Here Last Year: 80% Median Home Value: $283,900 Median Monthly Rent: $1,413 Renter-Occupied: 38%

#8. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20684, MD

Population: 1,066 Median Age: 53 College-Educated: 51% Family-Households: 64% Median Household Income: $107,500 Average Commute (mi.): 21 Lived Here Last Year: 93% Median Home Value: $302,800 Renter-Occupied: 18%

#9. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20628, MD

Population: 477 Median Age: 56 College-Educated: 29% Family-Households: 83% Median Household Income: $145,000 Average Commute (mi.): 27 Lived Here Last Year: 96% Renter-Occupied: 8%

#10. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20630, MD

Population: 301 Median Age: 48 College-Educated: 24% Family-Households: 88% Median Household Income: $96,875 Average Commute (mi.): 30 Lived Here Last Year: 100% Renter-Occupied: 13%

#11. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20634, MD

Population: 6,478 Median Age: 32 College-Educated: 40% Family-Households: 58% Median Household Income: $93,435 Average Commute (mi.): 29 Lived Here Last Year: 82% Median Home Value: $243,000 Median Monthly Rent: $1,251 Renter-Occupied: 40%

#12. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20620, MD

Population: 1,369 Median Age: 40 College-Educated: 21% Family-Households: 49% Median Household Income: $95,417 Average Commute (mi.): 35 Lived Here Last Year: 91% Median Home Value: $236,900 Median Monthly Rent: $1,141 Renter-Occupied: 23%

#13. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20692, MD

Population: 899 Median Age: 52 College-Educated: 40% Family-Households: 77% Median Household Income: $139,417 Average Commute (mi.): 27 Lived Here Last Year: 94% Median Home Value: $408,100

#14. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20650, MD

Population: 14,672 Median Age: 41 College-Educated: 42% Family-Households: 72% Median Household Income: $92,094 Average Commute (mi.): 33 Lived Here Last Year: 87% Median Home Value: $371,400 Median Monthly Rent: $927 Renter-Occupied: 23%

#15. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20621, MD

Population: 960 Median Age: 54 College-Educated: 7% Family-Households: 71% Median Household Income: $70,278 Average Commute (mi.): 54 Lived Here Last Year: 97% Median Home Value: $443,200 Renter-Occupied: 3%

#16. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20624, MD

Population: 1,409 Median Age: 46 College-Educated: 14% Family-Households: 72% Median Household Income: $87,039 Average Commute (mi.): 42 Lived Here Last Year: 91% Median Home Value: $336,900 Median Monthly Rent: $1,180 Renter-Occupied: 18%

#17. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20626, MD

Population: 304 Median Age: 51 College-Educated: 30% Family-Households: 46% Average Commute (mi.): 40 Lived Here Last Year: 90% Median Home Value: $464,800 Renter-Occupied: 11%

#18. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20636, MD

Population: 10,805 Median Age: 40 College-Educated: 37% Family-Households: 79% Median Household Income: $110,154 Average Commute (mi.): 38 Lived Here Last Year: 90% Median Home Value: $375,300 Median Monthly Rent: $1,104 Renter-Occupied: 14%

#19. ZIP Codes with the Best Public Schools in St. Mary's County, MD

ZIP Code 20606, MD

Population: 374 Median Age: 46 College-Educated: 12% Family-Households: 72% Median Household Income: $97,083 Average Commute (mi.): 54 Lived Here Last Year: 78% Median Home Value: $289,800 Renter-Occupied: 4%

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