Top Reading/Language Arts Proficiency Public Preschools in Utah

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Public preschool in Utah achieve an average reading/language arts proficiency of 44% (2021).
The public preschools with the highest reading/language arts proficiency are listed below (where sufficient data available).
The public preschool with the highest reading/language arts proficiency in Utah is Ensign School with 75-79%.

Top Reading/Language Arts Proficiency Public Preschools in Utah (2021)

  • School RLA Proficiency Grades Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Ensign School
    RLA Proficiency: 75-79%
    Grades: PK-6775 - 12th Ave
    Salt Lake CityUT 84103
    (801) 578-8150

  • Rank: #22. RLA Proficiency: 74%
    Grades: PK-62260 W Island Dr.
    KaysvilleUT 84037
    (801) 402-0050

  • Rank: #33.
    Highland School
    RLA Proficiency: 71%
    Grades: PK-610865 N 6000 W
    American ForkUT 84003
    (801) 610-8710

  • Rank: #44.
    Foothill School
    RLA Proficiency: 70%
    Grades: PK-6921 N 1240 E
    OremUT 84097
    (801) 610-8107

  • Rank: #55.
    Cedar Ridge School
    RLA Proficiency: 69%
    Grades: PK-64501 W Cedar Hills Dr
    Pleasant GroveUT 84062
    (801) 610-8103

  • Rank: #66.
    Alpine School
    RLA Proficiency: 68%
    Grades: PK-6400 E 300 N
    AlpineUT 84004
    (801) 610-8700

  • Rank: #77.
    Taylor School
    RLA Proficiency: 65-69%
    Grades: PK-6293 E Pages Ln
    CentervilleUT 84014
    (801) 402-1500

  • Rank: #8-98.-9.
    Midway School
    RLA Proficiency: 67%
    Grades: PK-5225 S 100 E
    MidwayUT 84049
    (435) 654-0472

  • Rank: #8-98.-9.
    Windridge School
    RLA Proficiency: 67%
    Grades: PK-61300 S 700 E
    KaysvilleUT 84037
    (801) 402-3550

  • Rank: #10-1110.- 11.
    Knowlton School
    RLA Proficiency: 65%
    Grades: PK-6801 Shepard Lane
    FarmingtonUT 84025
    (801) 402-3000

  • Rank: #10-1110.- 11.
    Westfield School
    RLA Proficiency: 65%
    Grades: PK-6380 S Long Dr
    AlpineUT 84004
    (801) 610-8720

  • Rank: #12-1412.- 14.
    Freedom School
    RLA Proficiency: 64%
    Grades: PK-610326 N 6800 W
    American ForkUT 84003
    (801) 610-8707

  • Rank: #12-1412.- 14.
    H C Burton School
    RLA Proficiency: 64%
    Grades: PK-6827 E 200 S
    KaysvilleUT 84037
    (801) 402-3150

  • Rank: #12-1412.- 14.
    Oakwood School
    RLA Proficiency: 64%
    Grades: PK-65815 S Highland Dr
    Salt Lake CityUT 84121
    (385) 646-4942

  • Rank: #15-1715.- 17.
    Oak Hills School
    RLA Proficiency: 63%
    Grades: PK-61235 E 600 S
    BountifulUT 84010
    (801) 402-1650

  • Rank: #15-1715.- 17.
    Orem School
    RLA Proficiency: 63%
    Grades: PK-6450 W 400 S
    OremUT 84058
    (801) 610-8116

  • Rank: #15-1715.- 17. RLA Proficiency: 63%
    Grades: PK-61415 S Parkside Drive
    Saratoga SpringsUT 84045
    (801) 610-8716

  • Rank: #1818.
    Dilworth School
    RLA Proficiency: 62%
    Grades: PK-61953 S 2100 E
    Salt Lake CityUT 84108
    (801) 481-4806

  • Rank: #19-2219.- 22.
    Eagle Bay School
    RLA Proficiency: 61%
    Grades: PK-6100 N 1933 W
    FarmingtonUT 84025
    (801) 402-3800

  • Rank: #19-2219.- 22.
    Lakeside School
    RLA Proficiency: 61%
    Grades: PK-62941 W 800 N
    ClearfieldUT 84015
    (801) 402-2900

  • Rank: #19-2219.- 22.
    Legacy School
    RLA Proficiency: 61%
    Grades: PK-628 E 1340 N
    American ForkUT 84003
    (801) 610-8711

  • Rank: #19-2219.- 22.
    Sego Lily School
    RLA Proficiency: 61%
    Grades: PK-6550 E 900 N
    LehiUT 84043
    (801) 610-8717

  • Rank: #23-2823.- 28.
    Boulton School
    RLA Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: PK-62611 S Orchard Dr
    BountifulUT 84010
    (801) 402-1300

  • Rank: #23-2823.- 28.
    Canyon Creek School
    RLA Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: PK-6755 S. 11 W.
    FarmingtonUT 84025
    (801) 402-0300

  • Rank: #23-2823.- 28.
    Crestview School
    RLA Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: PK-62100 E Lincoln Lane
    Salt Lake CityUT 84124
    (385) 646-4804

  • Rank: #23-2823.- 28.
    Harvest School
    RLA Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: PK-62105 N Providence Drive
    Saratoga SpringsUT 84045
    (801) 610-8709

  • Rank: #23-2823.- 28.
    Kaysville School
    RLA Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: PK-650 N 100 E
    KaysvilleUT 84037
    (801) 402-3400

  • Rank: #23-2823.- 28.
    Old Mill School
    RLA Proficiency: 60%
    Grades: PK-51600 E 980 S
    Heber CityUT 84032
    (435) 657-3130

  • Rank: #29-3529.- 35.
    Barratt School
    RLA Proficiency: 59%
    Grades: PK-6168 N 900 E
    American ForkUT 84003
    (801) 610-8701

  • Rank: #29-3529.- 35.
    Eaglecrest School
    RLA Proficiency: 59%
    Grades: PK-62760 N 300 W
    LehiUT 84043
    (801) 610-8703

  • Rank: #29-3529.- 35.
    Hidden Hollow School
    RLA Proficiency: 59%
    Grades: PK-62546 E Pony Express Parkway
    Eagle MountainUT 84005
    (801) 610-8721

  • Rank: #29-3529.- 35.
    Manti School
    RLA Proficiency: 59%
    Grades: PK-5150 W 100 S
    MantiUT 84642
    (435) 835-2271

  • Rank: #29-3529.- 35.
    Morgan School
    RLA Proficiency: 59%
    Grades: PK-61065 Thornfield Rd
    KaysvilleUT 84037
    (801) 402-3450

  • Rank: #29-3529.- 35.
    River Rock School
    RLA Proficiency: 59%
    Grades: PK-6520 North 1700 West
    LehiUT 84043
    (801) 610-8731

  • Rank: #29-3529.- 35.
    Shelley School
    RLA Proficiency: 59%
    Grades: PK-6602 N 200 W
    American ForkUT 84003
    (801) 610-8718

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