Best Public Schools in Crockett, CA


The city of Crockett, California is home to 3 schools, including 1 middle school and 2 high schools, serving students from grades 6-12. The data reveals a mixed picture of academic performance and student outcomes across these schools, with some standout schools and significant challenges.

John Swett High School emerges as the strongest performer, with a relatively large student population of 380 and a diverse student body. The school ranks in the top half of California high schools and has a graduation rate of 80.7%, higher than the district and state averages. In contrast, Willow High School, with only 25 students, consistently ranks low and struggles with a graduation rate of 72.7% and a dropout rate of 27.3%, significantly higher than the district and state.

Across the schools, there are significant disparities in academic performance, with Carquinez Middle School performing well below the district and state averages on state assessments. High rates of chronic absenteeism, ranging from 36.8% at Carquinez Middle to an alarming 92.3% at Willow High, likely contribute to these academic challenges. Additionally, the schools serve predominantly low-income communities, with free/reduced lunch eligibility rates ranging from 61.84% to 79.53%, which may be a significant factor in the educational outcomes of these students.

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the California Department of Education.

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