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  • For the 2020-21 school year, there are 5 public schools in 06477, Connecticut, serving 1,564 students.
  • Public schools in zipcode 06477 have an average math proficiency score of 71% (versus the Connecticut public school average of 47%), and reading proficiency score of 78% (versus the 57% statewide average). Schools in 06477, Connecticut have an average ranking of 9/10, which is in the top 20% of Connecticut public schools.
  • The top ranked public schools in 06477, Connecticut are Amity Middle School: Orange, Peck Place School and Turkey Hill School. Overall testing rank is based on a school's combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.
  • Minority enrollment is 23% of the student body (majority Asian), which is less than the Connecticut public school average of 46% (majority Hispanic).
  • The student:teacher ratio of 12:1 is equal to the Connecticut public school average of 12:1.

06477, CT Public Schools (2020-21)

  • School (Math and Reading Proficiency) Location Grades Students
  • Amity Middle School: Orange Math: 73% | Reading: 84%
    Rank:
    10/
    10
    , Top 10%
    100 Ohman Ave.
    Orange, CT 06477
    (203) 392-3200

    Grades: 7-8 | 391 students
  • Peck Place School Math: 78% | Reading: 79%
    Rank:
    9/
    10
    , Top 20%
    500 Peck Ln.
    Orange, CT 06477
    (203) 891-8034

    Grades: 1-6 | 337 students
  • Turkey Hill School Math: 65-69% | Reading: 75-79%
    Rank:
    9/
    10
    , Top 20%
    441 Turkey Hill Rd.
    Orange, CT 06477
    (203) 891-8040

    Grades: 1-6 | 294 students
  • Race Brook School Math: 65% | Reading: 69%
    Rank:
    8/
    10
    , Top 30%
    107 Grannis Rd.
    Orange, CT 06477
    (203) 891-8030

    Grades: 1-6 | 358 students
  • Mary L. Tracy School
    650 School House Lane
    Orange, CT 06477
    (203) 891-8028

    Grades: PK-K | 184 students
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