I've posted a link below that may help. Note: Realtors have been warned to avoid answering questions like that, so you're not likely to get any sort of "great schools" or "bad schools" in response. And it really does vary--what I may consider a good school others may hate. For example, my son went to a small, very highly regarded public elementary school (Clifton Elementary School) in Clifton Virginia. He, and we, had a terrible experience with it. Other parents and kids loved it. Now he goes to a huge secondary school in Fairfax. For a number of reasons, we think it's great. Other parents and kids, though, don't like it. It's not they're wrong; it's just that they have different priorities and focus on different issues. One piece of advice I do feel brave enough to give: Talk to other parents about the school's administration--its principal and (if there is one) vice principal. Certainly ask about the teachers, etc. But school administrators can make or break a school.
Good luck to your daughter!