Programs offering GED or equivalent courses for adults within regular schools, whether classes are held during evening or daytime schedules. An asterisk (*) will be shown if the school’s primary function is to serve adult students.
These are college-level classes offered at the high school level and which upon completion of a final comprehensive examination, earn the student college credits.
Alternative education offers a specialized curriculum designed to meet the needs of a particular group of students. Students may be levels or grades behind, have behavioral problems, need small classroom settings and are often at risk of dropping out of school. If the record shows the value "P", it means that the school has an alternative schools program within a normal school.
Also known as "extended Day" programs where the school day is expanded to accommodate working parents.
Indicates whether the district offers bilingual education within one or more of its schools.
Blue Ribbon Schools are schools awarded this designation by the secretary of education for displaying qualities such as high student achievement and high rates of parental involvement.
Schools that have received "charters" from a school district or state department of education to operate independently. Governed by a community board.
This is the city in which the school is located.
A national network committed to re-inventing school design, classroom practice, leadership and community connections.
Percentage of graduating seniors with two- and four-year college plans.
This is the name of the county in which the school is located.
This represents a three-digit Federal Information Processing Standard code for the name of the county.
This is the last day of school in the district’s School Year.
This is the first day of school in the district’s School Year.
This is the classification modeled after federal government coding such as Regular District, Non-Operating District etc.
With classifications such as High, Above-Average and Low, the educational climate is based upon the social and economic conditions of a school’s related zip code(s).
Enrollment by the specified Grade.
Dollar expenditures on instructional materials per pupil (indicated as a dollar range).
All other expenses per pupil (besides instructional expenses).
Number of full-time classroom teachers at an institution.
Students identified as gifted and talented based upon intellect or high test scoring, academic aptitude, creative or productive thinking, leadership ability, visual and performing arts skills and psychomotor ability, such as practical, spatial, mechanical and physical skills.
Span of grades available in the school.
Highest grade level for which there is instruction.
Programs offered by the International Baccalaureate such as the diploma program for students in the final two years of secondary school, the middle years program for students aged 11 to 16 and the primary years program for students aged 3 to 12.
Enrollment by grade – kindergarten.
Lowest grade level for which there is instruction.
Typically, specialty schools, but Magnet Schools are schools that have been developed to act as a magnet; i.e. draw in students who otherwise would not be attracted to the school.
The number of classrooms within a given school that are used for educational and instructional purposes.
Count of elementary schools within the school district.
Count of middle schools within the school district.
Count of high schools within the school district.
The number of open public schools attached to a district.
The number of students enrolled and phone-verified within the given school.
Percentage of population within the area meeting the federal classification of poverty.
This represents a sequential number for each person within an institution.
This is the phone number for the school.
This is the physical address of the school.
This is the name of the district in which the school is located.
This is the full name of the school.
This is the classification of the school, such as Public, Private, Catholic.
A school that has budget authority.
A school or program within a school that provides services and training to students with moderate to severe mental and/or physical disabilities. An asterisk (*) will be shown if the school’s primary function is to serve as a special education campus.
This is the state in which the school is located.
Number of students attending schools in the district.
The ratio of students per grade within the school. If there is insufficient data from the vendor, "Not Reported" will be displayed.
This is a ratio that tells us how many students there are in proportion to the number of teachers.
This is the name of the sub-district associated with the name of a particular school.
Indicates whether the district has a substance abuse program.
The number of teachers and students.
An indicator developed to indicate the presence of electronic technology in schools that accounts for their different sizes, populations etc.
The institutional total expenditure amount, excluding capital outlay and debt retirements.
Available data for public buildings in every state.
Courses in a vocational/technical curriculum offered within a comprehensive school, usually at a senior high school level. An asterisk (*) will be shown if the school’s primary function is as a vocational/technical campus.
The school’s website address (URL).
An institution operating regular classes throughout the calendar year.
This is the zip code for the city in which the school is located.