New Madrid Co. R-i School District 

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There are 6 public schools managed by New Madrid Co.
R-i School District serving 1,511 students in New Madrid, MO.
Minority enrollment is 34% of the student body (majority Black), which is more than the Missouri state average of 27%.
The student:teacher ratio of 11:1 is less than the state average of 13:1.

New Madrid Co. R-i School District Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • New MadridCentral High School
    310 Us Hwy 61
    New MadridMO63869
    (573)688-2165
    448 students | Gr. 9-12
  • New Madrid
    Central Middle School
    308 Us Hwy 61
    New MadridMO63869
    (573)688-2176
    340 students | Gr. 6-8
  • LilbournLilbourn Elementary School
    1 Lewis Ave
    LilbournMO63862
    (573)688-2593
    283 students | Gr. PK-5
  • MatthewsHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Matthews Elementary School
    206 Story St
    MatthewsMO63867
    (573)471-0077
    151 students | Gr. PK-5
  • New MadridNew Madrid Elementary School
    955 Us Hwy 61
    New MadridMO63869
    (573)748-5568
    289 students | Gr. PK-5
  • New Madrid
    New Madrid R-i Technical Skills Center
    Vocational School
    310 Us Hwy 61
    New MadridMO63869
    (573)688-2161
    Vocational School

    n/a

     students | Gr. 9-12
Overview
(New Madrid Co. R-i) Stats (MO) State Statistics
# of Students 1,511 students 915,853 students students
# of Teachers 127 Teacher(s) 64,029 Teacher(s) Teacher(s)
Student : Teacher Ratio 12:1 14:1:1
# of Male Students 780 students 463,816 students students
% Male Students 51.6% 50.6%%
# of Female Students 731 students 452,037 students students
% Female Students 48.4% 49.4%%
Students by Ethnicity:
# of American Indian Students n/a 4,176 students students
% American Indian Students
n/a 0.5%%
# of Asian Students 3 students 17,253 students students
% Asian Students
0.2% 1.9%%
# of Hispanic Students 25 students 44,544 students students
% Hispanic Students
1.7% 4.9%%
# of Black Students 463 students 153,650 students students
% Black Students
30.6% 16.8%%
# of White Students 991 students 679,692 students students
% White Students
66% 74%%
# of Other Students 29 students 16,538 students students
% of Other Students
2% 2%%
 
Students by Grade:
# of Students in Pre-Kindergarten: 76 students 29,620 students students
# of Students in Kindergarten: 114 students 69,716 students students
# of Students in 1st Grade: 116 students 69,188 students students
# of Students in 2nd Grade: 108 students 68,187 students students
# of Students in 3rd Grade: 98 students 67,473 students students
# of Students in 4th Grade: 93 students 67,274 students students
# of Students in 5th Grade: 118 students 68,153 students students
# of Students in 6th Grade: 104 students 68,500 students students
# of Students in 7th Grade: 118 students 68,122 students students
# of Students in 8th Grade: 118 students 68,413 students students
# of Students in 9th Grade: 117 students 71,813 students students
# of Students in 10th Grade: 105 students 69,041 students students
# of Students in 11th Grade: 126 students 65,879 students students
# of Students in 12th Grade: 100 students 64,474 students students
# of Ungraded Students: n/a n/a
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New Madrid Co. R-i School District public schools have a diversity scoreThe chance that two students selected at random would be members of a different ethnic group. Scored from 0 to 1, a diversity score closer to 1 indicates a more diverse student body. of 0.38, which is higher than the Missouri average of 0.15. The most diverse school in the district is Lilbourn Elementary School. Read more about public school diversity statistics in Missouri or in the USA.