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(HOUSTON) — As this school year hits the home stretch, Children at Risk made a big announcement Monday.

With support from Education Resource Group, Children at Risk researched and ranked public schools from the eight counties of Greater Houston.

The area nonprofits analyzed more than 1,335 schools. That breaks down to 157 high schools, 363 middle schools and 815 elementary schools in the Houston area.

Top High Schools:

  • DeBakey High School for Health Professions
  • High School for Performing and Visual Arts
  • Kerr High School
  • Carnegie Vanguard High School
  • Clear Horizons Early College High School
  • Eastwood Academy
  • Challenge Early College High School
  • Westchester Academy
  • Harmony Science Academy
  • Clements High School

Top Middle Schools:

  • T.H. Rogers School
  • Fort Settlement Middle School
  • Quail Valley Middle School
  • Sartartia Middle School
  • Mitchell Intermediate School
  • Collins Intermediate School
  • McCullough Junior High
  • Beckendorff Junior High
  • Garland McMeans Junior High
  • Lanier Middle School

Top Elementary Schools:

  • T.H. Rogers School
  • Colony Meadows Elementary
  • Creekside Forest Elementary
  • West University Elementary
  • Commonwealth Elementary
  • Galatas Elementary
  • Tough Elementary
  • Horn Elementary
  • Deretchin Elementary
  • Hassler Elementary

Top 10 High Schools in Math and Science:

  • DeBakey High School for Health Professions
  • Carnegie Vanguard High School
  • Clements High School
  • Memorial High School
  • Cinco Ranch High School
  • Clear Lake High School
  • Seven Lakes High School
  • Bellaire High School
  • College Park High School
  • Stephen F. Austin High School (Fort Bend)

See the full lists:

 

2014 School Ratings – How Good or Bad is Your Child’s Campus? was originally published on news92fm.com

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