Top Connecticut School Districts

Top Connecticut School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Amistad Academy District 1,036 0.50 ≥80%
    Andover School District 250 0.19 n/a
    Ansonia School District 2,326 0.69 80-84%
    Area Cooperative Educational 1,906 0.72 n/a
    Ashford School District 397 0.29 n/a
    Avon School District 2,777 0.48 97%
    Barkhamsted School District 258 0.06 n/a
    Berlin School District 2,863 0.30 95%
    Bethany School District 383 0.33 n/a
    Bethel School District 2,954 0.45 94%
    Bloomfield School District 2,068 0.45 90-94%
    Bolton School District 814 0.32 90-94%
    Booker T Washington Academy D 180 0.23 n/a
    Bozrah School District 201 0.21 n/a
    Branford School District 3,005 0.39 94%
    Brass City Charter School Dis 186 0.67 n/a
    Bridgeport Achievement First 1,016 0.54 ≥80%
    Bridgeport School District 19,635 0.62 66%
    Bristol School District 7,608 0.56 83%
    Brookfield School District 2,680 0.30 97%
    Brooklyn School District 898 0.29 n/a
    Canaan School District 76 0.13 n/a
    Canterbury School District 491 0.22 n/a
    Canton School District 1,623 0.30 ≥95%
    Capital Preparatory Harbor Sc 249 0.39 <50%
    Capitol Region Education Coun 7,778 0.73 92%
    Chaplin School District 176 0.22 n/a
    Cheshire School District 4,395 0.33 96%
    Chester School District 211 0.22 n/a
    Clinton School District 1,819 0.31 85-89%
    Colchester School District 2,551 0.22 94%
    Colebrook School District 84 0.20 n/a
    Columbia School District 445 0.17 n/a
    Common Ground High School Dis 186 0.70 ≥90%
    Connecticut Technical High Sc 10,710 0.63 97%
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