46239 Indiana Public Schools

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46239, IN Public Schools (2020-21)

  • School (Math and Reading Proficiency) Location Grades Students
  • Thompson Crossing Elementary School Math: 89% | Reading: 80%
    Rank:
    10/
    10
    , Top 5%
    7525 E Thompson Rd
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 860-4600

    Grades: K-5 | 580 students
  • Franklin Township Middle School West Math: 63% | Reading: 73%
    Rank:
    8/
    10
    , Top 30%
    7620 Edgewood Ave
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 862-2446

    Grades: 6-8 | 924 students
  • Grassy Creek Elementary School Math: 60-64% | Reading: 65-69%
    Rank:
    7/
    10
    , Top 50%
    10330 E Prospect St
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 532-3100

    Grades: K-4 | 448 students
  • Liberty Park Elementary School Math: 46% | Reading: 57%
    Rank:
    4/
    10
    , Bottom 50%
    8425 E Raymond
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 532-1850

    Grades: K-4 | 497 students
  • Raymond Park Middle School Math: 39% | Reading: 53%
    Rank:
    3/
    10
    , Bottom 50%
    8575 E Raymond St
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 532-8900

    Grades: 7-8 | 608 students
  • Lowell Elementary School Math: 43% | Reading: 50%
    Rank:
    3/
    10
    , Bottom 50%
    2150 Hunter Rd
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 532-3900

    Grades: K-4 | 540 students
  • Raymond Park Intermediate Math: 44% | Reading: 46%
    Rank:
    3/
    10
    , Bottom 50%
    8575 E Raymond St
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 532-8965

    Grades: 5-6 | 665 students
  • Creston Intermediate Academy Math: 40% | Reading: 43%
    Rank:
    2/
    10
    , Bottom 50%
    10925 E Prospect St
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 869-1327

    Grades: 5-6 | 590 students
  • Creston Middle School Math: 30% | Reading: 44%
    Rank:
    2/
    10
    , Bottom 50%
    10925 E Prospect St
    Indianapolis, IN 46239
    (317) 532-6800

    Grades: 7-8 | 605 students
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