Top 10 Best Caldwell County Public Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 14 public schools serving 1,649 students in Caldwell County, MO. Caldwell County has one of the highest concentrations of top ranked public schools in Missouri.
The top ranked public schools in Caldwell County, MO are Braymer High School, Penney High School and Braymer Elementary School. Overall testing rank is based on a school's combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.
Caldwell County, MO public schools have an average math proficiency score of 47% (versus the Missouri public school average of 42%), and reading proficiency score of 47% (versus the 49% statewide average). Schools in Caldwell County have an average ranking of 8/10, which is in the top 30% of Missouri public schools.
Minority enrollment is 4% of the student body (majority Hispanic and Black), which is less than the Missouri public school average of 29% (majority Black).

Best Caldwell County Public Schools (2021-22)

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
Location
Grades
Students
Rank: #11.
Braymer High School
Math: 65-69% | Reading: 65-69%
Rank:
10/
10
Top 10%
400 Bobcat Ave
Braymer, MO 64624
(660) 645-2284
Grades: 7-12
| 145 students
Rank: #22.
Penney High School
Math: 40-49% | Reading: 60-69%
Rank:
8/
10
Top 30%
903 N Davis
Hamilton, MO 64644
(816) 583-2136
Grades: 9-12
| 214 students
Rank: #33.
Braymer Elementary School
Math: 50-54% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:
8/
10
Top 30%
400 Bobcat Ave
Braymer, MO 64624
(660) 645-2284
Grades: PK-6
| 175 students
Rank: #44.
Polo Middle School
Math: 45-49% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:
7/
10
Top 50%
300 W School St
Polo, MO 64671
(660) 354-2200
Grades: 5-8
| 113 students
Rank: #55.
Polo Elementary School
Math: 40-49% | Reading: 50-59%
Rank:
7/
10
Top 50%
300 W School St
Polo, MO 64671
(660) 354-2200
Grades: PK-4
| 177 students
Rank: #66.
New York Elementary School
Math: 40-59% | Reading: 40-59%
Rank:
7/
10
Top 50%
6061 Ne State Rte U
Hamilton, MO 64644
(816) 583-2563
Grades: K-8
| 21 students
Rank: #77.
Hamilton Elementary School
Math: 55-59% | Reading: 35-39%
Rank:
6/
10
Top 50%
7650 Nw Harley Road
Hamilton, MO 64644
(816) 583-4811
Grades: PK-5
| 294 students
Rank: #88.
Polo High School
Math: 20-29% | Reading: 60-69%
Rank:
6/
10
Top 50%
300 W School St
Polo, MO 64671
(660) 354-2524
Grades: 9-12
| 169 students
Rank: #99.
Hamilton Middle School
Math: 45-49% | Reading: 35-39%
Rank:
5/
10
Bottom 50%
903 N Davis
Hamilton, MO 64644
(816) 583-2173
Grades: 6-8
| 146 students
Rank: #1010.
Breckenridge High School
Math: 21-39% | Reading: ≥50%
Rank:
4/
10
Bottom 50%
400 W Colfax St
Breckenridge, MO 64625
(660) 644-5715
Grades: 7-12
| 32 students
Rank: #1111.
Mirabile Elementary School
Math: 20-29% | Reading: 40-49%
Rank:
3/
10
Bottom 50%
2954 Sw State Rte D
Polo, MO 64671
(816) 586-4129
Grades: PK-8
| 51 students
Rank: #1212.
Cowgill Elementary School
Math: 21-39% | Reading: 21-39%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
341 E 6th St
Cowgill, MO 64637
(660) 255-4415
Grades: PK-8
| 54 students
Rank: #1313.
Breckenridge Elementary School
Math: ≤20% | Reading: 21-39%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
400 W Colfax St
Breckenridge, MO 64625
(660) 644-5715
Grades: PK-6
| 32 students
Rank: #1414.
Kingston Elementary School
Math: ≤20% | Reading: ≤20%
Rank:
1/
10
Bottom 50%
139 E Lincoln
Kingston, MO 64650
(816) 586-3111
Grades: PK-8
| 26 students

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