Top Alabama School Districts

Top Alabama School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Al Inst Deaf And Blind n/a n/a n/a
    Alabama Clinical School n/a n/a n/a
    Alabama Correctional Facilities n/a n/a n/a
    Alabama School Of Fine Arts n/a n/a n/a
    Alabama Youth Services n/a n/a n/a
    Alabaster City n/a n/a 97%
    Albertville City 5,214 n/a 92%
    Alexander City 3,102 n/a 90-94%
    Andalusia City 1,745 n/a 90-94%
    Anniston City 2,099 n/a 75-79%
    Arab City 2,540 n/a 90-94%
    Athens City 3,933 n/a 90%
    Attalla City 1,638 n/a 83%
    Auburn City 8,310 n/a 88%
    Autauga County 9,609 n/a 86%
    Baldwin County 30,931 n/a 84%
    Barbour County 1,123 n/a 85-89%
    Bessemer City 3,740 n/a 79%
    Bibb County 3,322 n/a 85%
    Birmingham City 24,693 n/a 77%
    Blount County 7,870 n/a 92%
    Boaz City 2,310 n/a 80-84%
    Boyd School n/a n/a n/a
    Brantwood Children's Home n/a n/a n/a
    Brewton City 1,158 n/a 90-94%
    Bullock County 1,505 n/a 85-89%
    Butler County 3,135 n/a 78%
    Calhoun County 9,054 n/a 90%
    Chambers County 3,729 n/a 80%
    Cherokee County 4,042 n/a 93%
    Chickasaw City 1,032 n/a 70-79%
    Chilton County 7,743 n/a 84%
    Choctaw County 1,495 n/a 75-79%
    Clarke County 2,717 n/a 85%
    Clay County 1,978 n/a 85-89%
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