Top North Carolina School Districts

Top North Carolina School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Of Robeson County 23,943 0.73 86%
    A.c.e. Academy 311 0.50 n/a
    Alamance-burlington Schools 23,115 0.67 81%
    Alexander County Schools 5,084 0.34 86%
    Alleghany County Schools 1,492 0.39 85-89%
    Alpha Academy 781 0.60 n/a
    American Renaissance School 542 0.37 n/a
    Anderson Creek Club Charter School 230 0.63 n/a
    Anson County Schools 3,297 0.56 82%
    Arapahoe Charter School 490 0.44 n/a
    Aristotle Preparatory Academy 180 0.19 n/a
    Arts Based School 518 0.52 n/a
    Artspace Charter 403 0.27 n/a
    Ashe County Schools 3,175 0.24 84%
    Asheboro City Schools 4,814 0.66 93%
    Asheville City Schools 4,423 0.57 85%
    Avery County Schools 1,967 0.25 ≥95%
    Bear Grass Charter School 359 0.10 80-89%
    Beaufort County Schools 7,066 0.65 81%
    Bertie County Schools 2,435 0.33 80-84%
    Bethany Community Middle 248 0.34 n/a
    Bethel Hill Charter 400 0.36 n/a
    Bladen County Schools 4,864 0.69 87%
    Bradford Preparatory School 741 0.50 n/a
    Brevard Academy 294 0.21 n/a
    Bridges Academy 175 0.22 n/a
    Brunswick County Schools 12,525 0.52 83%
    Buncombe County Schools 24,492 0.47 86%
    Burke County Schools 12,780 0.49 91%
    Cabarrus Charter Academy 1,122 0.62 n/a
    Cabarrus County Schools 31,408 0.63 90%
    Caldwell County Schools 12,187 0.35 91%
    Camden County Schools 1,860 0.35 90-94%
    Cape Fear Center For Inquiry 405 0.24 n/a
    Cardinal Charter 927 0.69 n/a
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