High School Results

Benton County School District MS

EP-1399648209Hickory Flat‘s racial makeup is: White (77.5%), African American (18.3%), Hispanic (2.1%). 86.2% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch.  In 2011, Hickory Flat ranked better than 22.0% (195th of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 64.2 and an average math score of 73.0.  In 2013, Hickory Flat ranked better than 74.6% (61st of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 81.0 and an average math score of 91.7. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from a 144 in 2011 to a 178 in 2013.

Cleveland School District MS

EP-1399648220East Side High School‘s racial makeup is: African American (99.4%), Asian (0.3%), two or more races (0.3%). 95.1% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch.  In 2011, East Side High School ranked better than 12.4% (219th of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 52.9 and an average math score of 70.4.  In 2013, East Side High ranked better than 57.1% (103rd of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 71.6 and an average math score of 90.8. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from a 124 in 2011 to a 160 in 2013.

Covington County School District MS

Collins High School‘s racial makeup is: African American (80.5%), White (17.1%), Hispanic (1.7%). 90.4% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2010, Collins High School ranked better than 23.7% (184th of 241) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 57.8 and an average math score of  68.3.  In 2012, Collins ranked better than 60.8% (96th of 245) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 76.2 and an average math score of 82.4. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from a 135 in 2010 to a 178 in 2012.

Franklin County School District MS

Franklin County High School‘s racial makeup is: African American (50.5%), White (48.8%), American Indian (0.2%).  71.8% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2012, Franklin County High School earned a QDI of 165. In 2013, Franklin County High improved to a QDI of 180. This positive QDI trend resulted in the school moving from a letter grade of C in 2012 to a B in 2013 in the Mississippi accountability system.

George County School District MS

George County High School’s racial makeup is: White (89.1%), African American (9.2%), Hispanic (1.2%). 62.6% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2011, George County High ranked better than 29.6% (176th of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 63.1 and an average math score of  80.2.  In 2013, George County High ranked better than 55.4% (107th of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 79.7 and an average math score of 81.5. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from a 169 in 2011 to a 186 in 2013.

Hollandale School District MS

Simmons High School‘s racial makeup is: African American (98%), White (1.3%), two or more races (0.7%). 99% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch.  In 2011, Simmons High School ranked better than 23.2.% (192nd of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 54.5 and an average math score of  87.3.  In 2013, Simmons High ranked better than 59.2% (98th of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 66.0 and an average math score of 97.7. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from a 141 in 2011 to a 166 in 2013.

Kemper County School District MS

Kemper County High School’s racial makeup is: African American (98.6%), White (1.2%), two or more races (0.2%). 93.9% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2010, Kemper High ranked better than 1.7% (237th of 241) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 32.7 and an average math score of  46.6.  In 2013, Kemper High ranked better than 22.9% (185th of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 53.7 and an average math score of 85.0. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 87 in 2010 to a 140 in 2013.

Leflore County School District MS

Amanda Elzy High School’s racial makeup is: African American (97.7%), Hispanic (1.8%), White (0.5%). 99.5% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2010, Amanda Elzy High ranked better than 6.6% (225th of 241) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 38.6 and an average math score of  59.7.  In 2011, Amanda Elzy High ranked better than 18.8% (203rd of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 54.2 and an average math score of 78.2. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 113 in 2010 to a 132 in 2011.

Leflore County High School’s racial makeup is: African American (96.2%), Hispanic (2.9%), White (0.8%).  99.4% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2010, Leflore County High ranked better than 2.4% (235th of 241) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 38.4 and an average math score of  43.1.  In 2012, Leflore County High ranked better than 29.0% (174th of 245) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 58.7 and an average math score of 80.4. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 99 in 2010 to a 129 in 2012.

Lowndes County School District MS

West Lowndes High School’s racial makeup is: African American (98.4%), White (1.6%).  80.5% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2011, West Lowndes High ranked better than 7.2% (232nd of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 51.9 and an average math score of  63.0.  In 2013, West Lowndes High ranked better than 25.4% (179th of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 61.5 and an average math score of 78.6. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 109 in 2011 to a 152 in 2013.

Okolona School District MS

Okolona High School’s racial makeup is: African American (98.3%), White (1.7%). 80.9% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2011, Okolona High School earned a QDI of 95. In 2013, Okolona High School improved to a QDI of 130. This positive QDI trend resulted in the school moving from a letter grade of F (Low Performing) in 2011 to a C (Successful) in 2013 in the Mississippi accountability system.

Prentiss County School District MS

Jumpertown High School’s racial makeup is: White (91.2%), African American (4.1%), two or more races (3.4%). 80.1% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2011, Jumpertown High ranked better than 92.7% (18th of 245) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 86.4 and an average math score of  96.3.  In 2013, Jumpertown High ranked better than 99.2% (2nd of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 92.3 and an average math score of 100.0. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 156 in 2012 to a 169 in 2013.

Prentiss County School District MS

Wheeler High School’s racial makeup is: White (86.8%), African American (11.8%), two or more races (0.9%). 68.2% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2012, Wheeler High ranked better than 73.1% (66th of 245) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 74.2 and an average math score of  95.5.  In 2013, Wheeler High ranked better than 99.6% (1st of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 96.2 and an average math score of 97.1. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 155 in 2012 to a 168 in 2013.

Senatobia School District MS

Senatobia Jr./Sr. High School’s racial makeup is: White (54.1%), African American (43.7%), Hispanic (1.6%).  54.8% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2011, Senatobia Jr./Sr. High ranked better than 56.8% (108th of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 78.6 and an average math score of  82.8.  In 2013, Senatobia Jr./Sr. High ranked better than 94.6% (13th of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 88.7 and an average math score of 95.0. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 170 in 2011 to a 189 in 2013.

Union County School District MS

East Union Attendance Center’s racial makeup is: White (92.4%), African American (4.4%), Hispanic (2.8%).   67.1% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2010, East Union ranked better than 78.8% (51st of 241) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 76.5 and an average math score of  91.3.  In 2013, East Union ranked better than 84.2% (38th of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 87.8 and an average math score of 90.8. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 160 in 2010 to a 182 in 2013.

Walthall County School District MS

Salem High School’s racial makeup is: White (60.3%), African American (37%), two or more races (1.2%).   70.6% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2012, Salem High ranked better than 34.7% (160th of 245) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 67.7 and an average math score of  75.0.  In 2013, Salem High ranked better than 37.1% (151st of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 63.2 and an average math score of 86.6. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 134 in 2012 to a 143 in 2013.

Tylertown High School’s racial makeup is: African American (72.9%), White (25.9%), American Indian (0.4%).  84.4% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. In 2012, Tylertown High ranked better than 10.2% (220th of 245) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 50.0 and an average math score of  70.3.  In 2013, Tylertown High ranked better than 36.7% (152nd of 240) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 65.8 and an average math score of 83.6. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from an 117 in 2012 to a 127 in 2013.

Webster County School District MS

East Webster High School‘s racial makeup is: White (86.4%), African American (12.9%), two or more races (0.5%). 42.3% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch.  In 2011, East Webster High School ranked better than 86.0% (35th of 250) of high schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 78.4 and an average math score of 100.0.  In 2013, East Webster High ranked better than 98.3% (4th of 240) of elementary schools in Mississippi with an average reading score of 92.3 and an average math score of 98.5. These increases resulted in a positive QDI trend moving from a 204 in 2011 to a 214 in 2013.