Public Elementary Schools within 3 miles of 600 N 4th St, Uvalde, Texas

There are 5 public elementary schools matching your required criteria: within 3 miles of 600 N 4th St, Uvalde, Texas
Your address appears to be zoned for these schools (shown in map): Flores Middle School, Anthon Elementary School, Robb Elementary School. There may be additional schools for which your address is zoned - please contact your state department of education for more details. You can also click on the top right of the map to view all schools matching your search.
Uvalde County, TX public schools have a diversity score of 0.29, which is lower than the Texas average of 0.64.
For these schools, minority enrollment is 91% (majority Hispanic) and the student:teacher ratio is 16:1.

Public Elementary Schools within 3 miles of 600 N 4th St, Uvalde, Texas

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
Location
Miles
Grades
Students
Flores Middle School
901 N Getty St
Uvalde, TX 78801
(830) 591-2976
0.8 miles
Grades: 6-7
| n/a students
Cluster V Sp Ed
Alternative School
900 N Pickford
Sabinal, TX 78881
(830) 278-6695
0.9 miles
Grades: PK-12
| n/a students
Flores Elementary School
Math: 31% | Reading: 31%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
901 N Getty St
Uvalde, TX 78802
(830) 591-2976
0.9 miles
Grades: 5-8
| 603 students
Anthon Elementary School
(1)
224 W Benson Rd
Uvalde, TX 78802
(830) 591-2988
1.1 miles
Grades: 1-2
| 586 students
Robb Elementary School
Math: 29% | Reading: 25%
Rank:
1/
10
Bottom 50%
715 Old Carrizo Rd
Uvalde, TX 78802
(830) 591-4947
1.6 miles
Grades: 3-4
| 668 students

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