Top 3 Best 65275 Missouri Public Schools (2022)

For the 2022 school year, there are 3 public schools serving 433 students in 65275, MO.
The top ranked public schools in 65275, MO are Paris High School, Paris Junior High School and Paris Elementary School. Overall testing rank is based on a school's combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.
Public schools in zipcode 65275 have an average math proficiency score of 21% (versus the Missouri public school average of 42%), and reading proficiency score of 40% (versus the 49% statewide average). Schools in 65275, MO have an average ranking of 2/10, which is in the bottom 50% of Missouri public schools.
Minority enrollment is 5% of the student body (majority Black), which is less than the Missouri public school average of 29% (majority Black).

Best 65275, MO Public Schools (2022)

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
Location
Grades
Students
Rank: #11.
Paris High School
Math: ≤10% | Reading: 60-69%
Rank:
5/
10
Bottom 50%
25686 Bus Hwy 24
Paris, MO 65275
(660) 327-4111
Grades: 9-12
| 141 students
Rank: #22.
Paris Junior High School
Math: 20-29% | Reading: 40-49%
Rank:
3/
10
Bottom 50%
25678 Bus Hwy 24
Paris, MO 65275
(660) 327-4563
Grades: 7-8
| 50 students
Rank: #33.
Paris Elementary School
Math: 20-24% | Reading: 30-34%
Rank:
2/
10
Bottom 50%
725 Cleveland
Paris, MO 65275
(660) 327-5116
Grades: PK-6
| 242 students

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