Best Jefferson Public Elementary Schools (2022)

For the 2022 school year, there are 2 public elementary schools serving 601 students in Jefferson, OH. The top ranked public elementary schools in Jefferson, OH are Jefferson Elementary School and Ashtabula County Technical And Career Campus. Overall testing rank is based on a school's combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.
Jefferson, OH public elementary schools have an average math proficiency score of 62% (versus the Ohio public elementary school average of 65%), and reading proficiency score of 66% (versus the 64% statewide average). Elementary schools in Jefferson have an average ranking of 3/10, which is in the bottom 50% of Ohio public elementary schools.
Minority enrollment is 7% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is less than the Ohio public elementary school average of 31% (majority Black).

Best Jefferson, OH Public Elementary Schools (2022)

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
Location
Grades
Students
Rank: #11.
Jefferson Elementary School
Math: 62% | Reading: 66%
Rank:
5/
10
Bottom 50%
204 W Mulberry St
Jefferson, OH 44047
(440) 576-9180
Grades: K-6
| 601 students
Ashtabula County Technical And Career Campus
Vocational School
1565 State Route 167
Jefferson, OH 44047
(440) 576-6015
Grades: 6-12
| n/a students

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