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People want to know where the best schools are located so we have graded the school districts on a bell curve of the state assigned performance index. The top 6 school districts have been given an A. The bottom 6 school districts a D, and in between an almost equal number of school districts a B and C.
Schools, friends, and environment shape the character of our children. Find the match that is right for your family.
The 2014-2015 school reports cards are here! Data we use for ranking has typically been released in August following the school year. For the 2014-2015 school year it was released 7 months later than usual, in March of 2016.
Areas measured include: Standards Met (Indicators), Performance Index, Overall Value-Added, Gifted Value-Added, Disabled Value-Added, Lowest 20% Value-Added, Annual Measurable Objectives, 4-Year Graduation Rate, and 5-Year Graduation Rate.
Follow the "Find Homes" link next to the school district to see a current list of homes for sale in that school district. If you would like assistance, we know the area well and have been in central Ohio over 45 years living and raising our children. Contact us and put our knowledge and experience to work for you!
The public schools and school districts in Ohio are all given designations by the Ohio Department of Education. To see details on individual Schools or to find out more about the report cards, follow the link above to the Ohio Department of Education report cards.
A: 6 School Districts
B: 9 School Districts
C: 10 School Districts
D: 6 School Districts
Districts with a "D" grade have "A" schools.
# of performance indicators met increased over last year
# of performance indicators met decreased over last year
In order to find out which school district is best, we rank the school districts by their Performance Index.
The Performance Index is a weighted average that includes all tested subjects and grades and untested students.
In order to get a high Performance Index score the school district must have a high percentage of students in the advanced and accelerated categories. Below is how the school districts in central Ohio performed in order from the best schools district to the worst.