Nearly 700 schools – more than 40 percent of schools in Tennessee – improved in student performance across most grades and subjects, according to a state release of 2018 test results. And 88 school districts or 60 percent met or surpassed student growth expectations.
Test score data for every public school in Tennessee was released Thursday by the state Department of Education.
You can search our database below to find out how students in your school performed. The results show the percentage of students in each school who are performing at or above grade level.
Editor’s note: The tool to look up school test scores has been updated to clarify scores per grade level. For elementary schools, the scores indicate the percent of students in grades 3-8 who performed at grade level. For high schools, the scores indicate the percent of students in grades 9-12 who performed at grade level. If a school has students in both categories, we’ve listed how students performed both in grades up to 8th grade and high school levels. The state doesn’t release data for an exam if fewer than 5 percent of students scored on grade level or if 95 percent of students were above grade level. An asterisk signifies that a school’s score falls in one of those two categories.