Two Milpitas Unified School District schools, Milpitas High School and Thomas Russell Middle School, earned the highest 10 rating from GreatSchools.org in the nonprofit organization’s latest rankings.
Great Schools, which provides “school information and parenting resources to help millions of American families choose the right school, support learning at home, and guide their children to great futures,” rates each school based on Academics and Equity.
“This school is far above the state average in key measures of College and Career Readiness,” reads the Great Schools Report on Milpitas High School, which scored 10 out of 10 for College Readiness and Test Scores. Milpitas HS also received favorable marks in the categories of Equity and opportunities for Low-Income Students.
When it came to Russell Middle School, “Test scores at this school are far above the state average, suggesting that most students at this school are performing at or above grade level,” according to Great Schools Report.
Russell scored 10 out of 10 for Test Scores and 9 out of 10 for Equity and opportunities for Low-income Students.
Curtner and Sinnott Elementary Schools received 9 ratings from Great Schools, while Pomeroy Elementary scored an 8 rating, with Rancho Middle School, Burnett, Spangler, Weller, and Zanker all receiving 7 ratings.
Curtner and Sinnott scored 10 out of 10 for Test Scores while Curtner, a 2020 California Distinguished School, also earned 8s in Equity and opportunities for Low-income Students.
For complete ratings, go to greatschools.org.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING:
The governing board of Milpitas Unified School District will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 28, 2022.