Best Public Schools in Albany, OH


The city of Albany, Ohio is home to two schools - Alexander Junior / Senior High School and Alexander Elementary School, both part of the Alexander Local district. While the high school stands out for its strong academic performance, particularly in science and math, the district faces challenges around racial homogeneity, chronic absenteeism, and socioeconomic factors.

Alexander Junior / Senior High School impresses with its 96.3% four-year graduation rate, significantly higher than the state average. The school also outperforms the state on Ohio State Tests across multiple grade levels in science and math. In contrast, Alexander Elementary School has more mixed academic results, with some grades performing above state averages and others below.

Both schools have a predominantly white student population, with Alexander Junior / Senior High School being 97.4% white and Alexander Elementary being 95.96% white. This lack of diversity may be an area for the Alexander Local district to examine and address. Additionally, the high rate of free/reduced lunch recipients at the high school (83.45%) suggests significant socioeconomic challenges, which may impact educational opportunities and outcomes.

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

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