Which schools improved the most on the CRCT?

July 12, 2014 

From highest to lowest, here's how many average points each school has added since 2013 to its percentage of students passing CRCT tests across all subjects (reading, language arts, math, science and social studies) and grades (3-5 for elementary and 6-8 for middle). Percentages were rounded to the nearest whole number, and highest combined growth in math and science was used as the tie-breaker.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

1. Key 16

2. Brewer 9

3. Cusseta Road 9

4. River Road 7

6. Lonnie Jackson 7

5. Wesley Heights 7

7. Fox 6

8. Allen 5

9. Reese Road 5

10. Blanchard 4

11. St. Mary's 4

12. Waddell 3

13. Midland 3

14. Clubview 3

15. North Columbus 3

16. Dawson 2

17. Dimon 2

18. Hannan 2

19. Forrest Road 1

20. Mathews 1

21. Double Churches 1

22. Eagle Ridge 1

23. Johnson 1

24. South Columbus 0

25. Britt David 0

26. MLK -2

27. Wynnton -2

28. Rigdon Road -2

29. Downtown -4

30. Gentian -4

31. Muscogee -5

32. Georgetown -5

33. Davis -6

Note: Cusseta Road and Muscogee elementary schools have closed, and will be replaced by the new Dorothy Height Elementary School.

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

1. Double Churches 4

2. Fort 2

3. Rothschild 2

4. East Columbus 1

5. Blackmon Road 1

6. Eddy 1

7. Arnold -1

8. Veterans -1

9. Baker -2

10. Richards -2

11, Midland -4

Note: Aaron Cohn Middle School just completed its first year and is not included in this list.

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