Alabama Department of Education Issues School Reports – Did Your Child Make the Top 10?

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The Alabama Department of Education released its statewide school reports for 2021-2022 on Friday.

The Department of Education has decided not to issue grades in 2020 or 2021 due to the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2022 report gave points based on academic success and growth, graduation rate, English proficiency, chronic absenteeism, and college and career readiness. That federal certificate also lists demographic, economic, and performance data.

The Department of Education received an overall B, or score of 84, with 97 in academic growth and 91 in graduation rate.

The top 10 schools with the highest overall scores were:

  • Eura Brown Elementary School with Gadsden City Schools: A, 100

  • Forest Avenue Elementary School with Montgomery County Schools: A, 100

  • Crestline Elementary School with Mountain Brook City Schools: A, 100

  • Liberty Park Elementary School with Vestavia Hills City Schools: A, 100

  • Heritage Elementary School with Madison City Schools: A, 99

  • Loveless Academic Magnet Program High School with Montgomery County Schools: A, 99

  • Brookwood Forest Elementary School with Mountain Brook City Schools: A, 99

  • Mountain Brook Elementary School with Mountain Brook City Schools: A, 99

  • Mt. Laurel Elementary School with Shelby County Schools: A, 99

  • East Elementary School with Vestavia Hills City Schools: A, 99

The 10 schools with the lowest overall scores were:

  • Girard Intermediate School with Dothan City Schools: F, 54

  • Pillans Middle School with Mobile County: F, 54

  • Dunbar-Ramer School with Montgomery County Schools: F, 54

  • Bruce K. Craig Elementary School with Dallas County Schools: F, 53

  • Chisholm Elementary School with Montgomery County Schools: F, 53

  • Southside Primary School with Dallas County Schools: F, 52

  • Chapman Middle School with Huntsville City Schools: F, 51

  • LEAD Academy Building A (formerly LEAD Academy): F, 51

  • The Pathway with Mobile County Schools: F, 51

  • Bellingrath Middle School with Montgomery County Schools: F, 51

For a full list of schools and a breakdown of their results, visit the of the Ministry of Education Website.

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