Best Public Schools in Zip Code 45415


Summary:

The 45415 zip code area of Dayton, Ohio is home to 5 schools, including 3 elementary schools and 2 high schools, representing a mix of public and public charter institutions with varying performance levels and student demographics. The standout school in the area is Northwood Elementary School, which ranks in the top 40% of Ohio elementary schools and earns a 3-star rating from SchoolDigger, with strong test scores and a relatively low chronic absenteeism rate. In contrast, Horizon Science Academy Dayton High School and Summit Academy Transition High School Dayton have the lowest overall rankings and test scores among the high schools, though the latter stands out for its high graduation rate of 84.2%.

The schools in the 45415 zip code exhibit a wide range of racial diversity, with North Dayton School of Science & Discovery having the highest percentage of African American students at 80.64%, while Northwood Elementary has a more balanced racial composition. Chronic absenteeism rates also vary significantly, with Northwood Elementary having the lowest rate at 13.2% and Horizon Science Academy Dayton High School and Summit Academy Transition High School Dayton having the highest rates at 66.5% and 70.1%, respectively. The data also reveals a wide range of per-student spending, from $6,715 at Summit Academy Transition High School Dayton to $12,613 at Charity Adams Earley Girls Academy.

Overall, the data suggests that students in the 45415 zip code may face significant challenges in transitioning from elementary to high school, with a stark contrast in academic performance between the top-performing Northwood Elementary and the lower-performing high schools. Addressing chronic absenteeism and ensuring equitable access to quality education for all students in the area, regardless of their racial background or the resources available to their school, will be crucial for improving student outcomes in the 45415 zip code.








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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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