Best Public Schools in Zip Code 33410


Summary:

The 33410 zip code area in Palm Beach, Florida is home to 6 schools, including 4 elementary schools and 2 high schools, all part of the Palm Beach school district. While the district is ranked 41 out of 68 in Florida and rated 2 stars, some standout schools in the area include William T. Dwyer High School, which has the highest statewide ranking and graduation rate, and Palm Beach Gardens Elementary School, which has the highest statewide ranking and test scores among the elementary schools.

The schools in this area display a wide range of student demographics and academic performance. Palm Beach Gardens High School has the highest percentage of African American students, while Allamanda Elementary School has the highest percentage of White students. Test scores also vary significantly, with Palm Beach Gardens Elementary excelling and Grove Park Elementary School struggling to meet district and state averages.

The data suggests a potential correlation between the socioeconomic status of the student population and academic performance, with schools like Grove Park Elementary having higher free/reduced lunch rates and lower test scores. Additionally, there are notable differences in student-teacher ratios and chronic absenteeism rates across the schools, which could be contributing factors to their varying levels of success.








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

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