Top 10 Best Nevada School Districts (2021)

For the 2021 school year, there are 24 top school districts in Nevada, serving 486,982 students.
The most diverse district is State-Sponsored Charter Schools School District, with a diversity score of 0.71.
The largest school district is Clark County School District, serving 328,328 students.
The highest graduation rate school district is Humboldt County School District, with 92% graduation rate.

Top Nevada School Districts (2021)

School District
# Students
Diversity Score
Graduation %
1,224 Students
0.54 Diversity Score
50% Graduation Rate
8,085 Students
0.59 Diversity Score
87% Graduation Rate
3,374 Students
0.58 Diversity Score
77% Graduation Rate
328,328 Students
0.7 Diversity Score
84% Graduation Rate
n/a Students
n/a Diversity Score
50% Graduation Rate
172 Students
0.55 Diversity Score
80% Graduation Rate
5,798 Students
0.51 Diversity Score
89% Graduation Rate
17 Students
n/a Diversity Score
n/a Graduation Rate
9,935 Students
0.55 Diversity Score
90% Graduation Rate
73 Students
0.56 Diversity Score
n/a Graduation Rate
291 Students
0.34 Diversity Score
50% Graduation Rate
3,571 Students
0.56 Diversity Score
92% Graduation Rate
1,027 Students
0.52 Diversity Score
87% Graduation Rate
1,057 Students
0.38 Diversity Score
50% Graduation Rate
8,927 Students
0.52 Diversity Score
84% Graduation Rate
565 Students
0.6 Diversity Score
80% Graduation Rate
5,341 Students
0.55 Diversity Score
77% Graduation Rate
667 Students
0.64 Diversity Score
90% Graduation Rate
113 Students
n/a Diversity Score
n/a Graduation Rate
321 Students
0.25 Diversity Score
n/a Graduation Rate
38,677 Students
0.71 Diversity Score
68% Graduation Rate
443 Students
0.28 Diversity Score
90% Graduation Rate
67,021 Students
0.64 Diversity Score
83% Graduation Rate
1,955 Students
0.55 Diversity Score
67% Graduation Rate
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