Jackson City School has an overall school letter grade of A- for the current year of 2014. The overall letter grade is based on three classroom subjects: Math, Language Arts & Science. The math letter grade for the year of 2014 for Jackson City School is B, the Language Arts letter grade is A- and the Science letter grade is A-.
Jackson City School Information
Jackson City School is a public school in the city of Jackson. Jackson City School is part of the city of Jackson, Kentucky which is resides within the County of Breathitt County and Breathitt County resides within the state of Kentucky. Jackson, Kentucky has 1 schools in the JACKSON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT. Jackson City School has a school rating of A-. There are approximately 375 students attending Jackson City School. Sebastian Middle School School is one of the nearest schools.
The graphs below displays the Jackson City School test results for the year of 2014. Jackson City School test results display the HS grade test results, 3th grade test results, 4th grade test results, 5th grade test results, 6th grade test results, 7th grade test results, 8th grade test results, 10th grade test results, and 11th grade test results in a bar graph. The test results graph the following classroom subjects: English II, Algebra II, Reading, Math, Language Mechanics, Science, Writing, Social Studies and Social Studies. The three bars represent School Grade, District Average & State Average.
2014 School Year - Jackson City School
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