South Carolina Elementary School Rankings

3rd, 4th, 5th Grades Combined
PASS English/Language Arts & PASS Math
2012-2013
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SchoolDistrictCityLow GradeHigh GradeTotal students (2012)Student/ Teacher Ratio (2012)PASS, avg Math (2013)PASS, avg English/Language Arts (2013)PASS CombinedRank Change From 2012
1E. L. Wright MiddleRichland 02ColumbiaKG08130215.996.9100.0196.9
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2Sullivans Island ElementaryCharleston 01Mount PleasantPK0540016.196.098.1194.1
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3Gold Hill ElementaryYork 04Fort MillKG0582117.196.696.9193.5
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4Lake Carolina ElementaryRichland 02BlythewoodPK0579616.195.397.9193.2
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5Brockman ElementaryRichland 01ColumbiaPK0533116.194.498.5192.9
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6Mt. Pleasant AcademyCharleston 01Mount PleasantPK0550514.893.996.6190.5
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7Wright ElementaryAnderson 02BeltonKG0618717.991.698.8190.4
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8Pleasant Knoll ElementaryYork 04Fort MillKG0579816.293.995.4189.3
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9Ballentine ElementaryLexington 05IrmoKG0575015.393.795.3189.0
2
10Charles Pinckney ElementaryCharleston 01Mount Pleasant0305106220.593.195.7188.8
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About SchoolDigger rankings
  • Ranking updates are approximately yearly, usually the same day the South Carolina State Department of Education releases their test scores. Last update for South Carolina was August 1, 2013.
  • Rankings are available for all South Carolina public elementary, middle, and high schools that have published PASS 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 PASS Math score with the average PASS English/Language Arts score to form a combined average score. The school with the highest combined score is ranked #1.
  • The values used in the PASS columns are % met standard.
  • Source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education, and South Carolina State Department of Education




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