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District of Columbia School Rankings

Washington, D.C. Public K-12 School Rankings are based on data from the School Report Cards provided by Office of the State Superintendent of Education. There are two sets of rankings:

  • Standard Rankings:

    Public schools in Washington, D.C. are categorized in three groups: DC Public Schools (DCPS), Board of Education Charter Schools (BOE Charter), and Public Charter Schools (Public Charter). You have the option of (i) Ranking all schools in Washington, D.C. (choose "All Groups" in the toolbar to the left), (ii) Comparing individual Groups (choose "Group Vs. Group"), and (iii) Comparing all schools in a given Group (choose, for example, "DCPS"). To view FREE public school rankings from a prior year, simply click on the "Rank" button on the toolbar to the left. The most recent rankings are available for subscribers only. Subscription fee is $8.33/month (1-year term). Sign up here.


  • Customized Rankings (Subscribers Only) are based on the following:

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    • Elementary Schools: Can choose either Grades 3, 4, 5, and/or 6. Also can choose Reading, Writing, and/or Math.
    • Middle Schools: Can choose either Grades 7 and/or 8. Also can choose Reading, Writing, and/or Math.
    • High Schools: Can choose either Grades 9 and/or 10. Also can choose Reading, Writing, and/or Math.

    With the Customized Ranking, you can choose any or all Groups. Subscription fee is $8.33/month (1-year term). Sign up here.


Notes:
  • Results presented on this site are for All Students; we do not break down the results for different racial/gender/economic groups.
  • DC Office of Educational Accountability does not distinguish between middle and high schools. Both are listed as "Secondary" schools. For 2003-2005, Secondary schools are listed, on this site, as middle or high schools according to the grade range. For 2006, since grade ranges are not provided, each Secondary school is listed as both a middle school and a high school.
  • Results are not reported for schools with less than 10 students.
  • In 2005 and before there were only two performance levels - proficient and not proficient. The percent proficient for 2005 should not be compared to the percent proficient and above for 2006 because performance standards and the tests for the two years are not statistically linked.

Data Availability:

District of Columbia School ratings are available for: 2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  
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