New Mexico Elementary School Rankings

3rd, 4th, 5th Grades Combined
SBA Reading & SBA Math
2012-2013
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Rank (of 377)
SchoolDistrictCityLow GradeHigh GradeTotal students (2012)Student/ Teacher Ratio (2012)SBA, avg Math (2013)SBA, avg Reading (2013)SBA CombinedRank Change From 2012
1The Family SchoolAlbuquerque Public SchoolsAlbuquerqueKG0823220.189.987.6177.5
1
2Anansi Charter SchoolTaos Municipal SchoolsEl PradoKG0511214.991.286.0177.2
1
3Wood-Gormley ElementarySanta Fe Public SchoolsSanta FeKG0642018.384.790.5175.2
3
4Melrose ElementaryMelrose Public SchoolsMelrosePK0614014.488.984.4173.3
72
5San Antonito ElementaryAlbuquerque Public SchoolsSandia ParkKG0530015.084.486.3170.7
2
6Double Eagle ElementaryAlbuquerque Public SchoolsAlbuquerquePK0549716.781.985.9167.8
2
7North Star ElementaryAlbuquerque Public SchoolsAlbuquerqueKG0570617.280.585.1165.6
6
8Logan ElementaryLogan Municipal SchoolsLoganPK0512518.080.683.0163.6
21
9Georgia O'Keeffe ElementaryAlbuquerque Public SchoolsAlbuquerqueKG0559917.380.282.8163.0
1
9Pinon ElementaryLos Alamos Public SchoolsWhite RockPK0637614.577.785.3163.0
2

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About SchoolDigger rankings
  • Ranking updates are approximately yearly, usually the same day the New Mexico Public Education Department releases their test scores. Last update for New Mexico was June 29, 2013.
  • Rankings are available for all New Mexico public elementary, middle, and high schools that have published SBA scores for the latest year. See the Ranking FAQ for more information about how SchoolDigger.com ranks schools.
  • Rank is determined by adding each school's average SBA Math score with the average SBA Reading score to form a combined average score. The school with the highest combined score is ranked #1.
  • The values used in the SBA columns are % proficient.
  • Source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education, and New Mexico Public Education Department




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