Top 10 Best 92020 California Public Schools (2022)

For the 2022 school year, there are 15 public schools serving 9,111 students in 92020, CA.
The top ranked public schools in 92020, CA are Grossmont Middle College High School, Fuerte Elementary School and Pepper Drive Elementary School. Overall testing rank is based on a school's combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.
Public schools in zipcode 92020 have an average math proficiency score of 29% (versus the California public school average of 40%), and reading proficiency score of 36% (versus the 51% statewide average). Schools in 92020, CA have an average ranking of 3/10, which is in the bottom 50% of California public schools.
Minority enrollment is 56% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is less than the California public school average of 77% (majority Hispanic).

Best 92020, CA Public Schools (2022)

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
Location
Grades
Students
Rank: #11.
Grossmont Middle College High School
Alternative School
Math: 60-79% | Reading: ≥80%
Rank:
10/
10
Top 10%
8800 Grossmont College Dr.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 644-7524
Grades: 11-12
| 72 students
Rank: #22.
Fuerte Elementary School
Math: 74% | Reading: 74%
Rank:
10/
10
Top 10%
(1)
11625 Fuerte Dr.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-3134
Grades: K-5
| 662 students
Rank: #33.
Pepper Drive Elementary School
Math: 44% | Reading: 48%
Rank:
6/
10
Top 50%
1935 Marlinda Way
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 956-5100
Grades: K-8
| 978 students
Rank: #44.
Flying Hills Elementary School
Math: 39% | Reading: 46%
Rank:
6/
10
Top 50%
1251 Finch St.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-3132
Grades: K-6
| 570 students
Rank: #55.
Anza Elementary School
Math: 32% | Reading: 34%
Rank:
4/
10
Bottom 50%
1005 S. Anza St.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-3116
Grades: K-5
| 549 students
Rank: #66.
Idea Center
Alternative School
Math: 10-14% | Reading: 40-44%
Rank:
3/
10
Bottom 50%
1600 N. Cuyamaca St.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 956-4332
Grades: 9-12
| 160 students
Rank: #77.
Cajon Valley Middle School
Math: 20% | Reading: 26%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
550 Park Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-3092
Grades: 6-8
| 915 students
Rank: #88.
Johnson Elementary School
Math: 21% | Reading: 24%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
500 W. Madison
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-3139
Grades: K-5
| 683 students
Rank: #99.
Chaparral High School
Alternative School
Math: ≤20% | Reading: ≤20%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
1600 N. Cuyamaca St.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 956-4600
Grades: 9-12
| 73 students
Rank: #1010.
Emerald Middle School
Math: 11% | Reading: 30%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
1221 S. Emerald Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-3097
Grades: 6-8
| 634 students
Rank: #1111.
Chase Avenue Elementary School
Math: 17% | Reading: 21%
Rank:
1/
10
Bottom 50%
195 E. Chase Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-3123
Grades: K-5
| 720 students
Eje Elementary Academy Charter
Charter School
851 S. Johnson Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 401-4150
Grades: K-5
| 559 students
Eje Middle Academy
Charter School
851 S. Johnson Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 401-4150
Grades: 6-8
| 229 students
Learning Latitudes Charter
Charter School
353 E. Park Ave., Ste. 201
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 966-9528
Grades: K-12
| 627 students
Literacy First Charter
Charter School
(1)
799 E. Washington Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 579-7232
Grades: K-12
| 1,680 students

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