Yes I'm smartDid you know that just 30.9% of Americans have completed at least a bachelor’s degree?

The folks over at NerdWallet looked at some data to find the most educated places in America.

Here is what they found:

1. Bethesda, Maryland
A whopping 27.3% of the city’s population has a professional or doctoral degree as their highest level of education, and another 26.8% of the population has a master’s degree as their highest level of education. Only 1.9% of the population did not finish high school.

2. Palo Alto, California
Palo Alto is also notable for having the highest percentage of residents with a doctoral degree, at 14.5% of the population.

3. Wellesley, Massachusetts
Incredibly, 80.3% of the population has a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree, and only 2.2% of the population did not finish high school.

4. Brookline, Massachusetts
Brookline has the second highest percentage of residents with a doctoral degree, at 14.4% of the population, and it matches up with Bethesda for having the highest percentage of residents with either a professional or doctoral degree, at 27.3% of the population.

5. Potomac, Maryland
78.6% of the population of Potomac has a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree, and a low 2.5% did not finish high school.

6. Needham, Massachusetts
73.1% of the population has a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree, and only 2.5% of the population did not complete high school.

7. Cupertino, California
Residents with bachelor’s and master’s degrees make up the biggest chunk of the educated population of Cupertino, at 63% of the total population; another 10.6% has either a professional or doctoral degree.

8. Upper Arlington, Ohio
Upper Arlington distinguishes itself from the rest of the top 10 by having both the highest percentage of residents with bachelor’s degrees, at 41.1%, and lowest percentage of residents who did not finish high school, at 1.6%.

9. Westport, Connecticut
74.7% of Westport’s population holds a bachelor’s or graduate degree, and just 2.4% of the population did not complete high school.

10. Newton, Massachusetts
20.6% of Newton’s population holds either a professional or doctoral degree, and 54.3% has a bachelor’s or master’s degree.