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Hall County Public School Rankings
711 Green St. Suite 100
Gainesville, GA 30505
Main: 770-534-1080
Fax: 770-535-7404

School Superintendent: Will Schofield

Hall County Public School System

 
Hall County Public School Rankings
Elementary School Rankings (out of 1176 schools)
School State
Rank
Achievement
Score
Point
Change
Exceeds
Standards
Poverty
Index
Poverty
Rate
Additional
Information
Friendship
Elementary School
108 97.0% +22.7 33.5% 0 22.1% u578
Mount Vernon
Elementary School
268 93.0% +13.4 50.0% 0 16.5% u222
Wauka Mountain
Elementary School
350 92.0% +15.1 32.0% 0 37.5% u235
Flowery Branch
Elementary School
382 91.5% +6.9 34.0% 0 36.1% d75
Lanier
Elementary School
453 90.5% +11.0 27.5% 0 36.4% u40
Spout Springs
Elementary School
454 90.5% +13.4 26.0% 0 25.8% u125
Riverbend
Elementary School
612 87.5% +8.2 26.0% 0 61.2% d110
Sardis
Elementary School
681 86.0% +20.2 28.0% 0 40.7% u237
Chestnut Mountain
Elementary School
687 86.0% +11.7 24.5% -1 22.6% d2
Martin
Elementary School
688 86.0% +20.8 23.0% 0 54.3% u243
Tadmore
Elementary School
837 82.5% +17.2 12.0% 0 91.5% u91
Myers
Elementary School
850 82.0% +28.5 16.0% 0 77.4% u227
McEver
Elementary School
892 81.0% +8.3 8.0% 0 71.4% d152
Oakwood
Elementary School
985 77.0% -8.9 22.5% -1 62.4% d719
Lula
Elementary School
1049 73.5% -2.9 19.0% -2 50.5% d445
Jones
Elementary School
1090 70.0% +5.7 7.5% -1 94.2% d145
White Sulphur
Elementary School
1105 69.0% +2.5 16.5% -1 80.2% d202
Sugar Hill
Elementary School
1161 59.5% -1.6 10.0% -2 83.2% d174
Chicopee
Elementary School
1166 56.7% n/a 7.5% -3 83.9% n/a
Lyman Hall
Elementary School
1170 53.5% +6.0 3.5% -3 98.1% d51


State Rank - State ranking out of the 1176 elementary schools in Georgia. The rank is determined by the Achievement Score. The Percentage Exceeding Standards serves as a tiebreaker. If both of these criteria are equal, there is a tie and the schools are listed with equal rank in alphabetical order by school name.
Achievement Score - Average of: 1. The percentage of students in the school that meet or exceed standards in reading on the third-grade CRCT. 2. The percentage of students in the school that meet or exceed standards in math on the third-grade CRCT.
Point Change - Difference between the New Achievement Score and the Last Achievement Score.
Exceeds Standards - Average of: 1. The percentage of students in the school that exceed standards in reading on the third-grade CRCT. 2. The percentage of students in the school that exceed standards in math on the third-grade CRCT.
Poverty Index - Measures how well a school is performing relative to its poverty rate. A score above zero indicates better than expected performance, below zero indicates lower than expected performance, and zero indicates that the school is performing as expected.
Poverty Rate - The percentage of students eligible to receive free or reduced-price lunch provides an indicator of the poverty level of the students attending the school.
Additional Information - See the legend at the base of these tables for symbol interpretations.

 
Hall County Public School Rankings
Middle School Rankings (out of 476 schools)
School State
Rank
Achievement
Score
Point
Change
Exceeds
Standards
Poverty
Index
Poverty
Rate
Additional
Information
C. W. Davis
Middle School
104 90.0% +6.2 24.5% 0 28.5% u20
North Hall
Middle School
204 84.5% +3.5 20.5% -1 21.8% d30
South Hall
Middle School
252 82.5% +4.5 16.5% 0 65.9% d21
West Hall
Middle School
316 79.5% +1.7 19.5% 0 51.8% d83
Chestatee
Middle School
322 79.0% +3.7 17.0% 0 46.2% d43
East Hall
Middle School
377 75.0% +2.1 13.0% 0 67.8% d59


State Rank - State ranking out of 476 middle schools in Georgia. The rank is determined by the achievement score. The percentage exceeding standards serves as a tiebreaker. If both of these criteria are equal, there is a tie and the schools are listed with equal rank in alphabetical order by school name.
Achievement Score - Average of: 1. The percentage of students in the school that meet or exceed standards in reading on the eighth-grade CRCT. 2. The percentage of students in the school that meet or exceed standards in math on the eighth-grade CRCT.
Point Change - Difference between the New Achievement Score and the Last Achievement Score.
Exceeds Standards - Average of: 1. The percentage of students in the school that exceed standards in reading on the eighth-grade CRCT. 2. The percentage of students in the school that exceed standards in math on the eighth-grade CRCT.
Poverty Index - Measures how well a school is performing relative to its poverty rate. A score above zero indicates better than expected perfor-mance, below zero indicates lower than expected performance, and zero indicates that the school is performing as expected.
Poverty Rate - The percentage of students eligible to receive free/reduced-price lunch provides an indicator of the poverty level.
Additional Information - See the legend at the base of these tables for symbol interpretations.

 
Hall County Public School Rankings
High School Rankings (out of 369 schools)
School State
Rank
Achievement
Score
Point
Change
Exceeds
Standards
Poverty
Index
Poverty
Rate
Additional
Information
North Hall
High School
20 99.0% +3.5 82.0% 0 8.2% u64
Johnson
High School
56 97.5% +5.2 68.5% 0 34.4% u118
Flowery Branch
High School
67 97.0% +5.2 71.5% 0 17.2% u123
West Hall
High School
76 96.5% +8.6 75.0% 0 24.3% u202
East Hall
High School
97 96.5% +11.5 57.0% 0 40.5% u213
Chestatee
High School
138 95.0% +1.8 68.0% 0 27.5% u10


State Rank - State ranking out of 369 high schools in Georgia. The rank is determined by the Achievement Score. The % Exceeds serves as a tiebreaker. If both of these criteria are equal, there is a tie and the schools are listed with equal rank in alphabetical order by school name.
Achievement Score - Average of: 1. The percentage of students in the school that score in the Meets/Exceeds range in English Language Arts. 2. The percentage of students in the school that score in the Meets/Exceeds range in math on the Georgia High School Graduation Test.
Point Change - Difference between the New Achievement Score and the Last Achievement Score.
Exceeds Standards - Average of: 1. The percentage of students in the school that exceed standards in English Language Arts on the GHSGT. 2. The percentage of students in the school that exceed standards in math on the GHSGT.
Poverty Index - Measures how well a school is performing relative to its poverty rate. A score above zero indicates better than expected perfor-mance, below zero indicates lower than expected performance, and zero indicates that the school is performing as expected.
Poverty Rate - The percentage of students eligible to receive free/reduced-price lunch provides an indicator of the poverty level of the students attending the school.
Additional Information:

u(value) - Upward Movement in State School Rankings and by How Many Places
d(value) - Downward Movement in State School Rankings and by How Many Places
n/a - Data Not Available

 

 

 

 
   
   
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