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  • For the 2018-19 school year, there are 91 top blue ribbon public schools in Missouri, serving 40,150 students.
  • These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence, Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.
  • Minority enrollment is 23% of the student body (majority Black and Asian), which is less than the Missouri state average of 29%.
  • The student:teacher ratio of 15:1 is more than the state average of 14:1.

Top Missouri Blue Ribbon Public Schools (2018-19)

  • School Location Students Year
  • Adrian Adrian Elementary School
    601 N Houston
    Adrian, MO 64720
    (816)297-2158

    355 students
    Year: 2016
  • Atlanta Atlanta Elementary School
    600 S Atterberry
    Atlanta, MO 63530
    (660)239-4211

    101 students
    Year: 2017
  • Ava Ava Middle School
    507 Ne 3rd St
    Ava, MO 65608
    (417)683-3835

    384 students
    Year: 2004
  • Cape Girardeau Blanchard Elementary School
    1829 N Sprigg St
    Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
    (573)335-3030

    348 students
    Year: 2015
  • Bolivar Bolivar High School
    1401 N Hwy D
    Bolivar, MO 65613
    (417)326-5228

    909 students
    Year: 2013
  • Saint Louis Brentwood High School
    2221 High School Dr
    Saint Louis, MO 63144
    (314)962-3837

    245 students
    Year: 2006, 2013
  • Blue Springs Brittany Hill Middle School
    2701 Nw 1st St
    Blue Springs, MO 64014
    (816)224-1700

    835 students
    Year: 2004
  • New Haven Campbellton Elementary School
    3693 Hwy 185
    New Haven, MO 63068
    (636)231-2450

    148 students
    Year: 2003
  • House Springs Cedar Springs Elementary School
    6922 Rivermont Trails
    House Springs, MO 63051
    (636)671-3330

    496 students
    Year: 2009
  • Center Center Elementary School
    601 E Hawkins
    Center, MO 63436
    (573)267-3341

    152 students
    Year: 2011
  • Kansas City Chapel Hill Elementary School
    3220 Ne 67th Terr
    Kansas City, MO 64119
    (816)413-6600

    526 students
    Year: 2016
  • Chesterfield Chesterfield Elementary School
    17700 Wild Horse Creek Rd
    Chesterfield, MO 63005
    (636)891-6500

    401 students
    Year: 2017
  • Chillicothe Chillicothe High School
    2801 Hornet Rd
    Chillicothe, MO 64601
    (660)646-0700

    571 students
    Year: 2004
  • Cole Camp Cole Camp High School
    500 Keeney St
    Cole Camp, MO 65325
    (660)668-3751

    280 students
    Year: 2006
  • Joplin Columbia Elementary School
    610 W F St
    Joplin, MO 64802
    (417)625-5325

    247 students
    Year: 2003
  • Saint Louis Concord Elementary School
    10305 Concord School Rd
    Saint Louis, MO 63128
    (314)729-2470

    618 students
    Year: 2014
  • Saint Louis Conway Elementary School
    9900 Conway Rd
    Saint Louis, MO 63124
    (314)993-2878

    319 students
    Year: 2007
  • Cooter Cooter High School
    Main St
    Cooter, MO 63839
    (573)695-4972

    160 students
    Year: 2006
  • Saint Louis Crestwood Elementary School
    1020 S Sappington Rd
    Saint Louis, MO 63126
    (314)729-2430

    463 students
    Year: 2011
  • Saint Joseph Ellison Elementary School
    45 Se 85th Rd
    Saint Joseph, MO 64507
    (816)667-5316

    359 students
    Year: 2007
  • Nixa Espy Elementary School
    220 South Gregg Road
    Nixa, MO 65714
    (417)875-5650

    416 students
    Year: 2009
  • Wildwood Fairway Elementary School
    480 Old Fairway Dr
    Wildwood, MO 63040
    (636)733-4175

    482 students
    Year: 2016
  • Festus Festus Elementary School
    1500 Mid-meadow Ln
    Festus, MO 63028
    (636)937-4063

    967 students
    Year: 2014
  • Saint Joseph Field Elementary School
    2602 Gene Field
    Saint Joseph, MO 64506
    (816)671-4130

    342 students
    Year: 2009
  • Fordland Fordland Elementary School
    252 N Center St
    Fordland, MO 65652
    (417)738-2223

    275 students
    Year: 2003
  • Kansas City Fox Hill Elementary School
    545 Ne 106 St
    Kansas City, MO 64155
    (816)413-6500

    561 students
    Year: 2017
  • Gideon Gideon Elementary School
    400 Main
    Gideon, MO 63848
    (573)448-3447

    143 students
    Year: 2005
  • Saint Louis Glenridge Elementary School
    7447 Wellington Way
    Saint Louis, MO 63105
    (314)854-6200

    352 students
    Year: 2003
  • Webb City Harry S. Truman Elementary School
    810 N Hwy D
    Webb City, MO 64870
    (417)673-6085

    289 students
    Year: 2016
  • Ballwin Henry Elementary School
    700 Henry Ave
    Ballwin, MO 63011
    (314)415-6350

    552 students
    Year: 2014
  • Hermitage Hermitage Elementary School
    E End Polk St
    Hermitage, MO 65668
    (417)745-6277

    137 students
    Year: 2005
  • Barnhart James E. Freer Elementary School
    1800 Hanover
    Barnhart, MO 63012
    (636)464-2951

    325 students
    Year: 2016
  • Farmington Jefferson Elementary School
    9 Summit Dr
    Farmington, MO 63640
    (573)701-1360

    359 students
    Year: 2005
  • Conception Junction Jefferson Elementary School
    37614 Us Hwy 136
    Conception Junction, MO 64434
    (660)944-2417

    70 students
    Year: 2005
  • Conception Junction Jefferson High School
    37614 Us Hwy 136
    Conception Junction, MO 64434
    (660)944-2316

    67 students
    Year: 2008
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