Upper Dublin Township in Montgomery County, PA includes areas of Fort Washington, Maple Glen, Dresher, & sections of Ambler. Established in 1701, most of Upper Dublin Township remains in the Wissahickon
Valley Watershed who's streams and creeks provided power for early milling
Many Upper Dublin houses are single-family homes located in a peaceful suburban setting conveniently located near many schools, parks, playgrounds and recreational activities that offer everything needed to live one of Pennsylvania’s most beautiful areas. Upper Dublin
is about a 30-40 minute commute to Philadelphia Center City via car or commuter trains.
Families looking at real estate in Upper Dublin Township will certainly appreciate the area’s wide variety of educational opportunities. The Upper Dublin School District, along with local private schools, provides K-12 education for Upper Dublin youth. Within the Upper Dublin School District, there are four elementary schools, a middle school, and a new high school campus with it's own performinig arts center. Upper Dublin High School is considered to be one of the best-performing public schools in the Pennsylvania area.
This high school has been recognized three times by the United States Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and has had the fifth highest combined score average on the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) in the state. Families owning homes in Upper Dublin will also find excellent post secondary educational opportunities nearby at Temple University Ambler and Fort Washington campuses, DeVry University at Fort Washington campus and Gwynedd Mercy College at Fort Washington campus are within easy driving distance of Upper Dublin.