Top West Virginia School Districts

Top West Virginia School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Barbour County Schools 2,392 0.15 90-94%
    Berkeley County Schools 16,982 0.41 93%
    Boone County Schools 4,331 0.02 87%
    Braxton County Schools 2,100 0.06 85-89%
    Brooke County Schools 2,611 0.08 93%
    Cabell County Schools 13,022 0.29 83%
    Calhoun County Schools 1,059 0.04 ≥95%
    Clay County Schools 1,999 0.02 90-94%
    Doddridge County Schools 1,184 0.06 90-94%
    Fayette County Schools 6,661 0.15 84%
    Gilmer County Schools 848 0.06 90-94%
    Grant County Schools 1,747 0.04 ≥95%
    Greenbrier County Schools 5,108 0.13 90%
    Hampshire County Schools 3,328 0.08 76%
    Hancock County Schools 4,168 0.13 91%
    Hardy County Schools 2,393 0.24 85-89%
    Harrison County Schools 10,064 0.14 88%
    Institutional Educational Programs 532 0.32 n/a
    Jackson County Schools 4,820 0.06 95%
    Jefferson County Schools 7,475 0.38 91%
    Kanawha County Schools 26,264 0.29 86%
    Lewis County Schools 2,559 0.06 85-89%
    Lincoln County Schools 3,627 0.02 87%
    Logan County Schools 6,063 0.08 92%
    Marion County Schools 8,106 0.19 95%
    Marshall County Schools 4,652 0.08 93%
    Mason County Schools 4,205 0.08 90%
    Mcdowell County Schools 2,798 0.25 88%
    Mercer County Schools 8,839 0.27 90%
    Mineral County Schools 4,190 0.13 97%
    Mingo County Schools 4,202 0.06 94%
    Monongalia County Schools 11,414 0.24 92%
    Monroe County Schools 1,814 0.06 ≥95%
    Morgan County Schools 2,404 0.08 90-94%
    Nicholas County Schools 3,870 0.04 92%
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