Rockwood School District Schools Ranked Amongst the Highest in Missouri and the Nation

America's Best High SchoolsLafayette and Rockwood High Schools Ranked “Silver” by U.S. News and World Report

Good news for the Rockwood School District in St. Louis County. For the third  consecutive year U.S. News and World Report has come out with its annual report on the top schools in the nation and Rockwood schools are looking great.

Even if you do not have children, this is good news for this area of the St. Louis Real Estate market and for homeowners and possible resale value. Find out how the Rockwood Schools (elementary included) performed in a recent report by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education … and view available homes in this area.

U.S. News and World Report recently ranked Marquette High School and Lafayette High School as a “Silver Medal” School.  This ranking is very prestigious as it is a national ranking.

In addition, The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has released its list of the highest performing schools in the state, and Rockwood schools are at the top of the list.

Rockwood ranks first among the state’s 524 public school districts in terms of number of schools listed on the Top 10 Highest Performing Schools based on students’ scores on the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP), according to results the state education department recently released.

Rockwood finished with 49 placements in the elite Top 10 category. Top 10 Rockwood achievers included:

Elementary Communication Arts – third grade: Blevins, Ellisville, Fairway, Kehrs Mill, Ridge Meadows and Woerther.
Elementary Mathematics – third grade: Bowles, Kehrs Mill, Ridge Meadows, Wild Horse and Woerther.
Elementary Communication Arts – fourth grade: Chesterfield, Fairway, Kehrs Mill, Ridge Meadows, Uthoff Valley and Woerther.
Elementary Communication Arts – fifth grade: Ellisville, Geggie, Kehrs Mill, Pond and Wild Horse.
Elementary Mathematics – fifth grade: Chesterfield, Pond and Wild Horse.
Elementary Science – fifth grade: Babler, Chesterfield, Fairway, Kehrs Mill, Pond, Wild Horse and Woerther.
Elementary Communication Arts – sixth grade: Crestview and Wildwood.
Middle School Communication Arts – seventh grade: Crestview, LaSalle Springs, Rockwood Valley and Wildwood.
Middle School Communication Arts – eighth grade: Rockwood Valley and Wildwood.
Middle School Mathematics – eighth grade: Rockwood Valley.
Middle School Science – eighth grade: Rockwood Valley.
High School Mathematics – 10th grade: Eureka and Lafayette.
High School Communication Arts – 11th grade: Eureka, Lafayette and Marquette.
High School Science – 11th grade: Lafayette and Marquette.

Pretty impressive!  If you would like to see available St. Louis Real estate in this higly rated district, follow the links below.  Finding Homes for You is an St. Louis Exclusive Buyer Agent Company working  for you the Buyer only. Contact us at 636-386-0659 for more information.

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If you currently live in this area please leave us a comment and let us know how you like your school and the impact it has had on your child. Thanks!

About Mark Richert

Mark Richert is a Real Estate Broker who works for buyers only. He and his wife Alexis founded Finding Homes for You in 2004. Mark and his team help home buyers in St.Louis and surrounding areas. When not involved in Real Estate he is checking out new apps and bringing new tech goodies to his clients.

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