An education analyst website has handed El Paso’s high schools their report cards.

The list was recently released by the research company Niche, which specializes in analyzing public data and reviews “to produce comprehensive rankings, report cards, and profiles for every K-12 school…in the U.S.”

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Of the 27 El Paso public high schools that were graded, three received an “A” -- the highest letter grade possible. The trio were all Early College High Schools in the Socorro, Ysleta, and Canutillo ISD. The lowest grade handed out was a C and went to one school in the El Paso Independent School District.

Results posted below are for traditional public high schools only. No charter, magnet, private, or alternative schools are included.

The data is part of the site’s annual “Best Schools” report, which ranks high schools based on certain key categories such as academics, teachers, resources, and activities, and takes student and parent reviews into consideration as well.

Here are El Paso High Schools ranked from Worst to First:

Grade: C

Jefferson

Grade: C+

Bowie
Irvin

Grade: B-

Andress
Austin
Riverside
Socorro

Grade: B

Burges
Canutillo
Eastwood
El Dorado
Montwood
Ysleta

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Grade: B+

Americas
Bel Air
Chapin
Eastlake
Hanks
Parkland

Grade: A-

Coronado
Del Valle
El Paso
Franklin
Pebble Hills

Grade: A

Mission Early High School
Northwest Early High School
Valle Verde Early High School

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