New Georgia analysis: see which Fulton schools ‘beat the odds’


A new analysis of performance with at-risk student groups shows Fulton County with the lowest percentage of schools in metro Atlanta that “beat the odds.”

The annual statistical analysis by the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement compares schools’ ability to teach based on student characteristics that are “outside the school’s control.” Race, ethnicity, disabilities, English fluency, economic “disadvantage” and transience were considered in Thursday’s report. Typically, 40 percent of schools beat the odds.

In Fulton, 46 percent of district schools beat the odds, according to a review by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. See how your school performed:

Fulton County schools that beat the odds:

Alpharetta Elementary School 

Alpharetta High School 

Autrey Mill Middle School 

Birmingham Falls Elementary School 

Cambridge High School 

Chattahoochee High School 

Cliftondale Elementary School 

Crabapple Crossing Elementary School 

Creekside High School 

Dolvin Elementary School 

Dunwoody Springs Elementary School 

E. C. West Elementary School 

Findley Oaks Elementary School 

Gullatt Elementary School 

Hamilton E. Holmes Elementary 

Hapeville Charter Middle School 

Heards Ferry Elementary School 

Heritage Elementary School 

Hillside Elementary School 

Independence High School 

Ison Springs Elementary School 

Jackson Elementary School 

Johns Creek High School 

KIPP South Fulton Academy School 

Lake Forest Elementary 

Lake Windward Elementary School 

Latin College Prep 

Liberty Point Elementary School 

Main Street Charter Academy 

McClarin High School 

Milton High School 

Mountain Park Elementary School 

Nolan Elementary School 

North Springs High School 

Northwood Elementary School 

Parklane Elementary School 

Randolph Elementary School 

River Eves Elementary School 

Roswell High School 

Roswell North Elementary School 

Spalding Drive Elementary 

Stonewall Tell Elementary School 

Sweet Apple Elementary School 

Webb Bridge Middle School 

Westlake High School 

Woodland Elementary School 

Woodland Middle School

Fulton County schools that didn’t beat the odds:

Abbotts Hill Elementary School 

Amana Academy School 

Asa Hilliard Elementary School 

Banneker High School 

Barnwell Elementary School 

Bear Creek Middle School 

Bethune Elementary School 

Brookview Elementary School 

Camp Creek Middle School 

Campbell Elementary School 

Centennial High School 

Chattahoochee Hills Charter School 

Cogburn Woods Elementary School 

College Park Elementary 

Conley Hills Elementary School 

Crabapple Middle School 

Creek View Elementary School 

Elkins Pointe Middle School 

Feldwood Elementary School 

Fulton Academy of Science and Technology 

Hapeville Charter Career Academy 

Hapeville Elementary School 

Haynes Bridge Middle School 

Hembree Springs Elementary School 

High Point Elementary School 

Holcomb Bridge Middle School 

Hopewell Middle School 

Langston Hughes High School 

Lee Elementary School 

Manning Oaks Elementary School 

McNair Middle School 

Medlock Bridge Elementary School 

Mimosa Elementary School 

New Prospect Elementary School 

Northview High School 

Northwestern Middle School 

Oakley Elementary School 

Ocee Elementary School 

Palmetto Elementary School 

Paul D. West Middle School 

Renaissance ES 

Renaissance Middle School 

Ridgeview Charter School 

River Trail Middle School 

Riverwood International Charter School 

S. L. Lewis Elementary School 

Sandtown Middle School 

Sandy Springs Middle School 

Shakerag Elementary School 

State Bridge Crossing Elementary School 

Summit Hill Elementary 

Taylor Road Middle School 

Tri-Cities High School 

Vickery Mill Elementary 

Wilson Creek Elementary School 

Wolf Creek Elementary

The AJC's Ty Tagami keeps you updated on the latest in Georgia education at myAJC.com, the subscriber website of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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