Top Math Proficiency Public Middle Schools in New Hampshire

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  • Public middle school in New Hampshire achieve an average math proficiency of 47% (2020).
  • The public middle schools with the highest math proficiency are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The public middle school with the highest math proficiency in New Hampshire is Academy For Science And Design Charter (m) with 89%.

Top Math Proficiency Public Middle Schools in New Hampshire (2020)

  • School Math Proficiency Grades Location
  • 1.
    Academy For Science And Design Charter (m)Rank: #1
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 89%
    Grades: 6-8486 Amherst Street
    NashuaNH 03063
    (603)595-4705

  • 2.
    Lincoln Akerman SchoolRank: #2
    Math Proficiency: 80-84%
    Grades: K-88 Exeter Rd.
    Hampton FallsNH 03844
    (603)926-2539

  • 3.
    Josiah Bartlett Elementary SchoolRank: #3
    Math Proficiency: 75-79%
    Grades: K-8Main St.
    BartlettNH 03812
    (603)374-2331

  • 4.
    Frances C. Richmond SchoolRank: #4
    Math Proficiency: 77%
    Grades: 6-863 Lyme Rd.
    HanoverNH 03755
    (603)643-6040

  • 5.
    South Hampton Barnard SchoolRank: #5
    Math Proficiency: 70-79%
    Grades: K-8219 Main Ave.
    East KingstonNH 03827
    (603)394-7744

  • 6.
    Gilmanton Elementary SchoolRank: #6
    Math Proficiency: 73%
    Grades: K-81386 Nh Rte. 140
    Gilmanton Iron WorksNH 03837
    (603)364-5681

  • 7.-9.
    Lisbon Regional School (middle)Rank: #7-9
    Math Proficiency: 70-74%
    Grades: 7-824 Highland Ave.
    LisbonNH 03585
    (603)838-5506

  • 7.-9.
    Rye Junior High SchoolRank: #7-9
    Math Proficiency: 70-74%
    Grades: 6-8501 Washington Rd.
    RyeNH 03870
    (603)964-5591

  • 7.-9.
    Sunapee Middle High SchoolRank: #7-9
    Math Proficiency: 70-74%
    Grades: 6-810 North Rd.
    SunapeeNH 03782
    (603)763-5615

  • 10.
    Ross A. Lurgio Middle SchoolRank: #10
    Math Proficiency: 71%
    Grades: 7-847a Nashua Rd.
    BedfordNH 03110
    (603)310-9100

  • 11.-12.
    Oyster River Middle SchoolRank: #11-12
    Math Proficiency: 69%
    Grades: 5-81 Coe Dr.
    DurhamNH 03824
    (603)868-2155

  • 11.-12.
    Windham Middle SchoolRank: #11-12
    Math Proficiency: 69%
    Grades: 6-8112a Lowell Rd.
    WindhamNH 03087
    (603)893-2636

  • 13.
    Greenland Central SchoolRank: #13
    Math Proficiency: 68%
    Grades: K-870 Post Rd.
    GreenlandNH 03840
    (603)431-6723

  • 14.-15.
    Lyme Elementary SchoolRank: #14-15
    Math Proficiency: 65-69%
    Grades: K-8Rte. 10, Main St.
    LymeNH 03768
    (603)795-2125

  • 14.-15.
    Microsociety Academy Charter School Of Southern NhRank: #14-15
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 65-69%
    Grades: K-7591 West Hollis Street
    NashuaNH 03062
    (603)595-7877

  • 16.
    Amherst Middle SchoolRank: #16
    Math Proficiency: 66%
    Grades: 5-8Cross Rd.
    AmherstNH 03031
    (603)673-8944

  • 17.-18.
    Virtual Learning Academy (e)Rank: #17-18
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 60-69%
    Grades: 6-830 Linden St.
    ExeterNH 03833
    (603)778-2500

  • 17.-18.
    Warren Village SchoolRank: #17-18
    Math Proficiency: 60-69%
    Grades: PK-811 School St.
    WarrenNH 03279
    (603)764-5538

  • 19.-21.
    North Hampton SchoolRank: #19-21
    Math Proficiency: 64%
    Grades: PK-8201 Atlantic Ave.
    North HamptonNH 03862
    (603)964-5501

  • 19.-21.
    Nottingham Elementary SchoolRank: #19-21
    Math Proficiency: 64%
    Grades: K-8245 Stage Rd.
    NottinghamNH 03290
    (603)679-5632

  • 19.-21.
    Portsmouth Middle SchoolRank: #19-21
    Math Proficiency: 64%
    Grades: 6-8155 Parrott Ave.
    PortsmouthNH 03801
    (603)436-5781

  • 22.
    Bow Memorial SchoolRank: #22
    Math Proficiency: 63%
    Grades: 5-820 Bow Center Rd.
    BowNH 03304
    (603)225-3212

  • 23.-26.
    Chichester Central SchoolRank: #23-26
    Math Proficiency: 60-64%
    Grades: K-8219 Main St.
    ChichesterNH 03258
    (603)798-5651

  • 23.-26.
    Plainfield Elementary SchoolRank: #23-26
    Math Proficiency: 60-64%
    Grades: K-892 Bonner Rd.
    MeridenNH 03770
    (603)469-3250

  • 23.-26.
    Profile Junior High SchoolRank: #23-26
    Math Proficiency: 60-64%
    Grades: 7-8691 Profile Rd.
    BethlehemNH 03574
    (603)823-7411

  • 23.-26.
    Walpole Elementary SchoolRank: #23-26
    Math Proficiency: 60-64%
    Grades: 5-88 Bemis Ln.
    WalpoleNH 03608
    (603)756-4728

  • 27.
    Sanborn Regional Middle SchoolRank: #27
    Math Proficiency: 61%
    Grades: 6-831a West Main St.
    NewtonNH 03858
    (603)382-6226

  • 28.-29.
    Auburn Village SchoolRank: #28-29
    Math Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: K-811 Eaton Hill Rd.
    AuburnNH 03032
    (603)483-2769

  • 28.-29.
    Hampton AcademyRank: #28-29
    Math Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: 6-829 Academy Ave.
    HamptonNH 03842
    (603)926-2000

  • 30.
    Gilford Middle SchoolRank: #30
    Math Proficiency: 58%
    Grades: 5-872 Alvah Wilson Rd.
    GilfordNH 03249
    (603)527-2460

  • 31.-35. Math Proficiency: 55-59%
    Grades: K-8419 South Broadway 2nd Floor
    SalemNH 03079
    (603)458-6399

  • 31.-35.
    Holderness Central SchoolRank: #31-35
    Math Proficiency: 55-59%
    Grades: K-83 School Rd.
    HoldernessNH 03245
    (603)536-2538

  • 31.-35.
    Hopkinton Middle SchoolRank: #31-35
    Math Proficiency: 55-59%
    Grades: 7-8297 Park Ave.
    ContoocookNH 03229
    (603)746-4167

  • 31.-35.
    Russell Elementary SchoolRank: #31-35
    Math Proficiency: 55-59%
    Grades: K-8195 School St.
    RumneyNH 03266
    (603)786-9591

  • 31.-35.
    Whitefield Elementary SchoolRank: #31-35
    Math Proficiency: 55-59%
    Grades: PK-834 Twin Mountain Rd.
    WhitefieldNH 03598
    (603)837-3088

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