The Most Educated Towns in Every US State

January 12, 2019

The American Community Survey is an annual survey run by the Census Bureau that helps people get a better understanding of demographics.

The ACS used estimates from 2013 to 2017 for places with at least 1,000-person populations to decipher the highest percentage of adults over 25 who have at least a bachelor’s degree for each state.

The folks at Business Insider constructed a visual representation of the ACS’s findings.

Here are the most educated town in every state:

Alabama: Mountain Brook

Alaska: Chena Ridge

Arizona: Fort Valley

Arkansas: Cave Springs

California: Ladera

Colorado: Cherry Hills Village

Connecticut: Darien

Delaware: Greenville

Florida: Key Biscayne

Georgia: Druid Hills

Hawaii: Maunawili

Idaho: Hidden Springs

Illinois: Kenilworth

Indiana: Meridian Hills

Iowa: University Heights

Kansas: Mission Hills

Kentucky: Indian Hills

Louisiana: Oak Hills Place

Maine: Cumberland Center

Maryland: Chevy Chase

Massachusetts: Brookline

Michigan: Huntington Woods

Minnesota: North Oaks

Mississippi: Madison

Missouri: Ladue

Montana: Bozeman

Nebraska: Chadron

Nevada: Incline Village

New Hampshire: Hanover

New Jersey: Short Hills

New Mexico: San Antonito

New York: Scarsdale

North Carolina: Biltmore Forest

North Dakota: Horace

Ohio: The Village of Indian Hill

Oklahoma: Nichols Hills

Oregon: Bethany

Pennsylvania: Devon

Rhode Island: Kingston

South Carolina: Sullivan’s Island

South Dakota: Vermillion

Tennessee: Belle Meade

Texas: University Park

Utah: Emigration Canyon

Vermont: Woodstock

Virginia: Wolf Trap

Washington: Yarrow Point

West Virginia: Cheat Lake

Wisconsin: Shorewood Hills

Wyoming: Wilson