Public Schools within 5 miles of 790 J St., Lincoln, California

There are 14 public schools matching your required criteria: within 5 miles of 790 J St., Lincoln, California
Your address appears to be zoned for these schools (shown in map): Lincoln High School, Glen Edwards Middle School, First Street. 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.
Public schools in 5 miles of 790 J St., Lincoln, California have a diversity score of 0.49, which is lower than the national average of 0.68.
The most diverse school in 5 miles of 790 J St., Lincoln, California is Creekside Oaks Elementary School. Read more about public school diversity statistics in California or national school diversity statistics.
For these schools, minority enrollment is 41% (majority Hispanic) and the student:teacher ratio is 21:1.

Public Schools within 5 miles of 790 J St., Lincoln, California

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
Location
Miles
Grades
Students
Lincoln High School
Math: 41% | Reading: 64%
Rank:
7/
10
Top 50%
790 J St.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 645-6360
- miles
Grades: 9-12
| 1,952 students
Phoenix High (Continuation School)
Alternative School
Math: ≤10% | Reading: 20-29%
Rank:
1/
10
Bottom 50%
870 J St.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 645-6395
0.1 miles
Grades: 9-12
| 76 students
Glen Edwards Middle School
Math: 45% | Reading: 52%
Rank:
7/
10
Top 50%
204 L St.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 645-6370
0.6 miles
Grades: 6-8
| 896 students
Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School
Math: 41% | Reading: 57%
Rank:
7/
10
Top 50%
150 12th St.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 645-6390
0.7 miles
Grades: K-5
| 430 students
First Street
Math: 44% | Reading: 54%
Rank:
7/
10
Top 50%
1400 First St.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 645-6330
0.7 miles
Grades: K-5
| 434 students
Creekside Oaks Elementary School
Math: 55% | Reading: 56%
Rank:
8/
10
Top 30%
2030 First St.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 645-6380
1.2 miles
Grades: K-5
| 613 students
Lincoln Crossing Elementary School
Math: 63% | Reading: 67%
Rank:
9/
10
Top 20%
635 Groveland Ln.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 434-5292
1.2 miles
Grades: K-5
| 649 students
Foskett Ranch Elementary School
Math: 53% | Reading: 60%
Rank:
8/
10
Top 30%
(1)
1561 Joiner Pkwy.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 434-5255
1.4 miles
Grades: K-5
| 426 students
Partnerships For Student-centered Learning
Charter School
2800 Nicolaus Rd. Ste. 100
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 408-5200
1.8 miles
Grades: K-12
| 562 students
Horizon Charter
Charter School
2800 Nicolaus Rd. Ste. 100
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 408-5200
2.1 miles
Grades: K-12
| 1,455 students
Twelve Bridges Middle School
Math: 60% | Reading: 68%
Rank:
9/
10
Top 20%
770 W.view Dr.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 434-5270
3.6 miles
Grades: 6-8
| 761 students
Twelve Bridges Elementary School
Math: 69% | Reading: 71%
Rank:
9/
10
Top 20%
2450 E.ridge Dr.
Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 434-5220
3.7 miles
Grades: K-5
| 649 students
Whitney High School
Math: 51% | Reading: 77%
Rank:
9/
10
Top 20%
701 Wildcat Blvd.
Rocklin, CA 95765
(916) 632-6500
4.3 miles
Grades: 9-12
| 1,866 students
Sunset Ranch Elementary School
Math: 75% | Reading: 78%
Rank:
10/
10
Top 10%
2500 Bridlewood Dr.
Rocklin, CA 95765
(916) 624-2048
4.8 miles
Grades: K-6
| 803 students

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