Information shown is from the 2018-2019 school year, and is provided by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. A dash indicates that data for a particular category was unavailable.
Schools in the district
The Missouri Assessment Program is the standardized testing program the state uses to assess student progress in public schools. The proficiency rate listed is the percentage of students who, on a given subject, score at a level that is considered proficient or advanced. In some instances, schools might not take science and social studies exams.
Note: Asterisks (*) indicate data involving fewer than 5 students that DESE has suppressed to protect their privacy.
No social studies scores were reported this year. See the about page for more information.
The ACT is the most commonly taken standardized college entrance exam. The maximum score a student can receive is 36.
District average ACT score
MO average ACT score
The state assigns Annual Performance Report scores to each district based on a wide range of metrics including results from state standardized tests, student growth, attendance, graduation rates and whether students leave high school ready for college or careers. Scores above 70 are considered to be in the fully accredited range. A score between 50-70 falls in the provisionally accredited range, and scores below 50 fall the unaccredited range. Decisions on a district's accreditation status are determined by the state Board of Education.
Editor's note: The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education did not calculate APR scores for any school districts in 2019. See the about page for an explanation.
Average teacher salary
Average teacher experience (in years)
Teachers with a master's degree
No. of administrators
Average administrator salary
Percent of recent graduates enrolled in college
Free / reduced-price lunch
Proportional attendance rate
* The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education did not calculate an APR score for any schools in 2018 or 2019. Many high schools and middle schools also did not receive 2017 APR scores. See the about page for an explanation.