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  • Public school in Utah achieve an average math proficiency of 47% (2020).
  • The public schools with the highest math proficiency are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The public school with the highest math proficiency in Utah is Success Dsu with 90-94%.

Top Math Proficiency Public Schools in Utah (2020)

  • School Math Proficiency Grades Location
  • 1.
    Success DsuRank: #1
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 90-94%
    Grades: 10-12225 South 700 East, Technology
    Saint GeorgeUT 84770
    (435)652-7830

  • 2.
    Success SuuRank: #2
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 80-89%
    Grades: 9-12351 W University Blvd, Mc205
    Cedar CityUT 84720
    (435)865-8790

  • 3.
    Endeavour SchoolRank: #3
    Math Proficiency: 84%
    Grades: K-61870 S 25 W
    KaysvilleUT 84037
    (801)402-0400

  • 4.-5.
    Peruvian Park SchoolRank: #4-5
    Math Proficiency: 80%
    Grades: K-51545 E 8425 S
    SandyUT 84093
    (801)826-9100

  • 4.-5.
    Quail Hollow SchoolRank: #4-5
    Math Proficiency: 80%
    Grades: K-52625 E 9070 S
    SandyUT 84093
    (801)826-9175

  • 6.-7.
    Crimson View SchoolRank: #6-7
    Math Proficiency: 79%
    Grades: K-52835 East 2000 South
    Saint GeorgeUT 84790
    (435)634-7000

  • 6.-7.
    Uintah SchoolRank: #6-7
    Math Proficiency: 79%
    Grades: K-61571 E 1300 S
    Salt Lake CityUT 84105
    (801)584-2940

  • 8.-9.
    Bonneville SchoolRank: #8-9
    Math Proficiency: 78%
    Grades: K-61145 S 1900 E
    Salt Lake CityUT 84108
    (801)584-2913

  • 8.-9.
    Willow Springs SchoolRank: #8-9
    Math Proficiency: 78%
    Grades: K-513288 S Lone Peak Drive
    DraperUT 84020
    (801)826-9700

  • 10.-12.
    Ensign SchoolRank: #10-12
    Math Proficiency: 75-79%
    Grades: PK-6775 - 12th Ave
    Salt Lake CityUT 84103
    (801)578-8150

  • 10.-12.
    Granite SchoolRank: #10-12
    Math Proficiency: 75-79%
    Grades: K-59760 S 3100 E
    SandyUT 84092
    (801)826-8575

  • 10.-12.
    Willow Canyon SchoolRank: #10-12
    Math Proficiency: 75-79%
    Grades: K-59650 S 1700 E
    SandyUT 84092
    (801)826-9625

  • 13.
    Brookwood SchoolRank: #13
    Math Proficiency: 77%
    Grades: K-58640 S 2565 E
    SandyUT 84093
    (801)826-7900

  • 14.-16.
    Beacon Heights SchoolRank: #14-16
    Math Proficiency: 76%
    Grades: K-61850 S 2500 E
    Salt Lake CityUT 84108
    (801)481-4814

  • 14.-16.
    Canyon View SchoolRank: #14-16
    Math Proficiency: 76%
    Grades: K-53050 E 7800 S
    Salt Lake CityUT 84121
    (801)826-8050

  • 14.-16.
    Jeremy Ranch SchoolRank: #14-16
    Math Proficiency: 76%
    Grades: K-53050 Rasmussen Rd
    Park CityUT 84098
    (435)645-5670

  • 17.-20.
    Cedar Ridge SchoolRank: #17-20
    Math Proficiency: 75%
    Grades: PK-64501 W Cedar Hills Dr
    Pleasant GroveUT 84062
    (801)610-8103

  • 17.-20.
    George Washington AcademyRank: #17-20
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 75%
    Grades: K-82277 S 3000 E
    Saint GeorgeUT 84790
    (435)673-2232

  • 17.-20.
    Sunrise SchoolRank: #17-20
    Math Proficiency: 75%
    Grades: K-6225 S 455 E
    SmithfieldUT 84335
    (435)563-3866

  • 17.-20.
    Sunrise SchoolRank: #17-20
    Math Proficiency: 75%
    Grades: K-51520 E 11265 S
    SandyUT 84092
    (801)826-9550

  • 21.
    InTech Collegiate High SchoolRank: #21
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 70-79%
    Grades: 9-121787 N Research Park Way
    LoganUT 84341
    (435)753-7377

  • 22.-24.
    Cottonwood SchoolRank: #22-24
    Math Proficiency: 74%
    Grades: K-65205 Holladay Blvd
    Salt Lake CityUT 84117
    (385)646-4798

  • 22.-24.
    Hawthorne SchoolRank: #22-24
    Math Proficiency: 74%
    Grades: K-61675 S 600 E
    Salt Lake CityUT 84105
    (801)481-4824

  • 22.-24.
    Indian Hills SchoolRank: #22-24
    Math Proficiency: 74%
    Grades: K-62496 St. Mary's Drive
    Salt Lake CityUT 84108
    (801)584-2908

  • 25.-27.
    Draper SchoolRank: #25-27
    Magnet School
    Math Proficiency: 73%
    Grades: K-51080 E 12660 S
    DraperUT 84020
    (801)826-8275

  • 25.-27.
    Lone Peak SchoolRank: #25-27
    Math Proficiency: 73%
    Grades: K-511515 S 2220 E
    SandyUT 84092
    (801)826-8650

  • 25.-27.
    Valley View SchoolRank: #25-27
    Math Proficiency: 73%
    Grades: K-61395 S 600 E
    BountifulUT 84010
    (801)402-2050

  • 28.
    Edith Bowen Laboratory SchoolRank: #28
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 70-74%
    Grades: K-66700 Old Main Hill
    LoganUT 84322
    (435)797-3085

  • 29.-36.
    Canyon Crest SchoolRank: #29-36
    Math Proficiency: 72%
    Grades: K-64664 N Canyon Rd
    ProvoUT 84604
    (801)221-9873

  • 29.-36.
    Howard R. Driggs SchoolRank: #29-36
    Math Proficiency: 72%
    Grades: K-64340 S 2700 E
    Salt Lake CityUT 84124
    (385)646-4810

  • 29.-36.
    Mountain Green SchoolRank: #29-36
    Math Proficiency: 72%
    Grades: K-56064 N Silver Leaf Dr
    MorganUT 84050
    (801)876-3041

  • 29.-36.
    No. Ut. Acad. For Math Engineering & ScienceRank: #29-36
    Magnet School
    Charter School
    Math Proficiency: 72%
    Grades: 10-122750 N University Park Blvd
    LaytonUT 84041
    (801)395-3350

  • 29.-36.
    Oakwood SchoolRank: #29-36
    Math Proficiency: 72%
    Grades: PK-65815 S Highland Dr
    Salt Lake CityUT 84121
    (385)646-4942

  • 29.-36.
    Snow Horse SchoolRank: #29-36
    Math Proficiency: 72%
    Grades: K-61095 W Smith Lane
    KaysvilleUT 84037
    (801)402-7350

  • 29.-36.
    Summit SchoolRank: #29-36
    Math Proficiency: 72%
    Grades: K-680 W Center
    SmithfieldUT 84335
    (435)563-6269

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