Top Alaska School Districts

Top Alaska School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Alaska Gateway School District 378 n/a 40-59%
    Aleutian Region School District 35 n/a PS%
    Aleutians East Borough School District 240 n/a ≥50%
    Anchorage School District 48,324 n/a 80%
    Annette Island School District 337 n/a ≥80%
    Bering Strait School District 1,895 n/a 75-79%
    Bristol Bay Borough School District 132 n/a ≥50%
    Chatham School District 172 n/a ≥50%
    Chugach School District 363 n/a ≥80%
    Copper River School District 426 n/a ≥80%
    Cordova City School District 368 n/a 80-89%
    Craig City School District 523 n/a 50-59%
    Delta-greely School District 777 n/a 80-89%
    Denali Borough School District 872 n/a 40-49%
    Dillingham City School District 455 n/a 40-59%
    Fairbanks North Star Borough School District 13,901 n/a 74%
    Galena City School District 4,329 n/a 77%
    Haines Borough School District 281 n/a ≥80%
    Hoonah City School District 116 n/a ≥50%
    Hydaburg City School District 88 n/a ≥50%
    Iditarod Area School District 310 n/a 60-79%
    Juneau Borough School District 4,851 n/a 84%
    Kake City School District 108 n/a ≥50%
    Kashunamiut School District 333 n/a 60-79%
    Kenai Peninsula Borough School District 8,989 n/a 83%
    Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District 2,340 n/a 75-79%
    Klawock City School District 116 n/a ≥50%
    Kodiak Island Borough School District 2,434 n/a 90-94%
    Kuspuk School District 410 n/a 60-79%
    Lake And Peninsula Borough School District 341 n/a ≥80%
    Lower Kuskokwim School District 4,293 n/a 52%
    Lower Yukon School District 2,030 n/a 55-59%
    Matanuska-susitna Borough School District 18,742 n/a 79%
    Mount Edgecumbe High School Agency 426 n/a ≥95%
    Nenana City School District 1,090 n/a 30-34%
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