I'm sure some would argue that there is always room for improvement.

Education. It's hammered into our brains at a young age that we need to be educated to be successful. Many would argue that education is gained through school only while others say valuable knowledge also comes from outside the classroom walls.

So who's getting a 4.0?

WalletHub set out to answer that question with their list of "Most and Least Educated Cities." They looked at 150 cities across the country looking specifically at number of adults with a bachelor's degree or higher, the quality of public school systems, and even the gap in education between genders.

Colorado looked pretty good on this list.

In fact, two cities ranked back to back in the top 20 on this list. Denver-Aurora came in at number 16, while Colorado Springs found themselves at number 17. In fact, Colorado Springs actually has one of the highest percentages of high school diploma holders as well as college-experience adults or those who have an associate's degree. Both pulled high numbers in the educational attainment category.

Ann Arbor, Michigan came out on top, ranking at the top for education attainment and quality of education.