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See the List of Portland Metro Top High Schools 2014

Thursday, August 28, 2014

 

See the List of Portland Metro Top High Schools 2014.

 

Related Slideshow: Slideshow: Top Portland Metro High Schools

GoLocalPDX has ranked the top high schools in the metro area using a method developed in Babson College, Mass. High schools were ranked based on complete data available.

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#46

Roosevelt High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 771

Economically disadvantaged: 76%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 78.1%

Met or exceeded math standards: 59%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 47.9%

Met or exceeded science standards: 19.5%

Four year graduation rate: 69.9%

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#45

Madison High 

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1025

Economically disadvantaged: 68%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 72.2%

Met or exceeded math standards: 64.9%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 51.3%

Met or exceeded science standards: 37.4%

Four year graduation rate: 71%

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#44

Parkrose High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 951

Economically disadvantaged: 68%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 83.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 65.3%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 53.6%

Met or exceeded science standards: 52.6%

Four year graduation rate: 69%

Photo Credit: M.O. Stevens - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

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#43

David Douglas High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 3027

Economically disadvantaged: 74%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 78.2%

Met or exceeded math standards: 61.9%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 52.2%

Met or exceeded science standards: 52.9%

Four year graduation rate: 71.6%

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#42

Alliance High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 224

Economically disadvantaged: 58%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 73.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 42.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 33.3%

Met or exceeded science standards: 43.2%

Four year graduation rate: 20.9%

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#41

Hillsboro High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1315

Economically disadvantaged: 55%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 77.3%

Met or exceeded math standards: 68.1%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 52.6%

Met or exceeded science standards: 38.4%

Four year graduation rate: 71.6%

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Molalla High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 739

Economically disadvantaged: 38%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 86.7%

Met or exceeded math standards: 73.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 49.1%

Met or exceeded science standards: 63.4%

Four year graduation rate: 75.2%

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#39

Reynolds High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 2468

Economically disadvantaged: 65%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 84.6%

Met or exceeded math standards: 67.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 43.5%

Met or exceeded science standards: 58.9%

Four year graduation rate: 62.7%

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#38

Milwaukie High 

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1053

Economically disadvantaged: 57%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 77.1%

Met or exceeded math standards: 64.2%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 51.2%

Met or exceeded science standards: 67.8%

Four year graduation rate: 70.9%

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#37

Centennial High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1665

Economically disadvantaged: 57%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 86.6%

Met or exceeded math standards: 78.9%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 62.7%

Met or exceeded science standards: 42.3%

Four year graduation rate: 78.7%

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Gresham High 

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1667

Economically disadvantaged: 52%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 83.9%

Met or exceeded math standards: 67.4%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 58.7%

Met or exceeded science standards: 59.7%

Four year graduation rate: 72.5%

Photo Credit: M.O. Stevens - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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Benson Polytechnic High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 819

Economically disadvantaged: 68%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 87.1%

Met or exceeded math standards: 75.9%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 40.8%

Met or exceeded science standards: 84%

Four year graduation rate: 82.2%

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Liberty High 

Washington County

Enrollment: 1386

Economically disadvantaged: 46%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 89.8%

Met or exceeded math standards: 76%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 53.3%

Met or exceeded science standards: 65.8%

Four year graduation rate: 79.6%

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#33

Aloha High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1962

Economically disadvantaged: 61%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 82.7%

Met or exceeded math standards: 64.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 62.2%

Met or exceeded science standards: 60.2%

Four year graduation rate: 72.2%

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Sandy High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1286

Economically disadvantaged: 36%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 86.4%

Met or exceeded math standards: 69%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 59%

Met or exceeded science standards: 71.6%

Four year graduation rate: 76%

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#31

Glencoe High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1601

Economically disadvantaged: 39%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 88.3%

Met or exceeded math standards: 70.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 58.4%

Met or exceeded science standards: 69.9%

Four year graduation rate: 77.1%

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#30

Banks High

Washington County

Enrollment: 384

Economically disadvantaged: 23%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 91.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 79.8%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 57.4%

Met or exceeded science standards: 81.1%

Four year graduation rate: 80.6%

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#29

Clackamas Middle College

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 290

Economically disadvantaged: 28%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 91.4%

Met or exceeded math standards: 76.3%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 59.3%

Met or exceeded science standards: 78%

Four year graduation rate: 32.6%

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#28

Estacada High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 589

Economically disadvantaged: 46%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 89.9%

Met or exceeded math standards: 77.7%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 59%

Met or exceeded science standards: 66.4%

Four year graduation rate: 71.8%

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#27

Putnam High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1196

Economically disadvantaged: 39%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 88.6%

Met or exceeded math standards: 73.4%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 69.9%

Met or exceeded science standards: 59.3%

Four year graduation rate: 75.7%

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Gladstone High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 677

Economically disadvantaged: 40%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 88.7%

Met or exceeded math standards: 77.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 66%

Met or exceeded science standards: 82.2%

Four year graduation rate: 78.9%

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#25

Franklin High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1387

Economically disadvantaged: 56%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 89.2%

Met or exceeded math standards: 77.7%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 68.1%

Met or exceeded science standards: 59.8%

Four year graduation rate: 78.4%

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#24

Century High School

Washington County

Enrollment: 1608

Economically disadvantaged: 43%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 87.8%

Met or exceeded math standards: 78.6%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 62.7%

Met or exceeded science standards: 72.9%

Four year graduation rate: 84.8%

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#23

Sam Barlow High School

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1651

Economically disadvantaged: 38%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 84.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 78.4%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 68.8%

Met or exceeded science standards: 76.7%

Four year graduation rate: 81.8%

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#22

Forest Grove High School

Washington County

Enrollment: 1779

Economically disadvantaged: 59%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 89.4%

Met or exceeded math standards: 85.7%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 66.6%

Met or exceeded science standards: 61.1%

Four year graduation rate: 72.5%

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#21

Canby High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1481

Economically disadvantaged: 32%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 87.3%

Met or exceeded math standards: 84%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 71.5%

Met or exceeded science standards: 61.6%

Four year graduation rate: 82.5%

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Oregon City Senior High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 2117

Economically disadvantaged: 34%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 90.8%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 63%

Met or exceeded science standards: 76.7%

Four year graduation rate: 83%

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Beaverton High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1588

Economically disadvantaged: 43%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 90%

Met or exceeded math standards: 76.7%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 70.7%

Met or exceeded science standards: 65.4%

Four year graduation rate: 74.2%

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Colton High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 215

Economically disadvantaged: 28%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 90%

Met or exceeded math standards: 76%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 68%

Met or exceeded science standards: 85.1%

Four year graduation rate: 95.2%

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Tualatin High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1714

Economically disadvantaged: 27%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 92.2%

Met or exceeded math standards: 76.7%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 62.9%

Met or exceeded science standards: 71.4%

Four year graduation rate: 84.4%

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Tigard High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1835

Economically disadvantaged: 32%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 92.7%

Met or exceeded math standards: 83.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 64.5%

Met or exceeded science standards: 67.7%

Four year graduation rate: 80.8%

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Sherwood High 

Washington County

Enrollment: 1469

Economically disadvantaged: 15%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 85.8%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 62.2%

Met or exceeded science standards: 84.8%

Four year graduation rate: 91.3%

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Wilsonville High 

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1093

Economically disadvantaged: 24%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 92.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 74.1%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 74.2%

Met or exceeded science standards: 71.3%

Four year graduation rate: 85%

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Clackamas High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 2230

Economically disadvantaged: 29%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 91.7%

Met or exceeded math standards: 85.7%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 80.5%

Met or exceeded science standards: 74.2%

Four year graduation rate: 85.5%

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Southridge High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1722

Economically disadvantaged: 27%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 91.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 80.4%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 66.3%

Met or exceeded science standards: 68.9%

Four year graduation rate: 88.5%

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Grant High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1489

Economically disadvantaged: 24%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 92.6%

Met or exceeded math standards: 83.3%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 70.3%

Met or exceeded science standards: 66.4%

Four year graduation rate: 84.3%

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Westview High

Washington County

Enrollment: 2418

Economically disadvantaged: 33%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 92.2%

Met or exceeded math standards: 81.8%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 75.4%

Met or exceeded science standards: 70.3%

Four year graduation rate: 80.1% 

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Cleveland High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1457

Economically disadvantaged: 29%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 92.6%

Met or exceeded math standards: 80.2%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 81.4%

Met or exceeded science standards: 59.7%

Four year graduation rate: 76.2%

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Sunset High

Washington County

Enrollment: 1942

Economically disadvantaged: 29%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 94.7%

Met or exceeded math standards: 83.3%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 76.8%

Met or exceeded science standards: 79.7%

Four year graduation rate: 81.4%

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Wilson High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1185

Economically disadvantaged: 22%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 91.8%

Met or exceeded math standards: 80.4%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 82.8%

Met or exceeded science standards: 63.8%

Four year graduation rate: 84.4%

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West Linn High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1514

Economically disadvantaged: 10%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 87.9%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 85.8%

Met or exceeded science standards: 83.2%

Four year graduation rate: 93.2%

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Riverdale High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 242

Economically disadvantaged: <6%*

Met or exceeded reading standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 89.8%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 74.6%

Met or exceeded science standards: 74.6%

Four year graduation rate: 94.2%

* For less than six percent an asterisk is used on Oregon Department of Education data. 

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School of Science & Technology 

Washington County

Enrollment: 167

Economically disadvantaged: 20%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 86%

Met or exceeded science standards: 63.9%

Four year graduation rate: 81.1%

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Lincoln High

Multnomah County

Enrollment: 1471

Economically disadvantaged: 12%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 92.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 85.3%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 88.1%

Met or exceeded science standards: 79.9%

Four year graduation rate: 89.3%

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Lakeridge High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1078

Economically disadvantaged: 8%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 93.9%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 91.8%

Met or exceeded science standards: 92.1%

Four year graduation rate: 89.9%

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Lake Oswego Senior High

Clackamas County

Enrollment: 1224

Economically disadvantaged: 6%

Met or exceeded reading standards: 97.5%

Met or exceeded math standards: 92.4%

Met or exceeded writing standards: 89.1%

Met or exceeded science standards: 87.7%

Four year graduation rate: 89.5%

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