FALMOUTH — Falmouth is among the “Top Cities to Live and Learn” in the United States, according to the second-annual national ranking released today by Forbes Magazine and GreatSchools.

Falmouth topped the list of 67 cities with a perfect score of 100 for educational quality and ranked No. 1 among communities where the median home value is $200,000 to $399,000.

Falmouth’s median home value is $351,550, according to the ranking. It is a suburb of Portland, Maine’s largest city, and has a population of 10,669.

“Falmouth’s got serious education chops, consistently outperforming state and national averages in achievement and earning the only perfect score on the educational quality index,” according to GreatSchools.

The ranking cited Falmouth schools’ focus on early intervention; teacher quality, professional development and collaboration; high expectations for all; use of data to guide instruction; full school and community involvement in creating regular improvement plans; and a K-12 commitment to service learning.

“Falmouth Schools are proud to be recognized for their commitment to educational excellence and citizenship efforts on behalf of all of their students,” Superintendent Barbara Powers said in a news release.