El Paso High Schools Ranked from Worst to First
The transition from summer break to a new school year may just getting started but the education analyst website Niche has already handed out each high school its report card.
Of El Paso’s 24 public high schools, only three received an “A”. Two of the three are in the El Paso Independent School District, the third is part of the Ysleta Independent School District. The lowest grade handed out was a C- which went to two EPISD schools.
The data is part of the site’s annual “Best Schools” report, which ranks El Paso’s high schools based on certain key categories such as academics, teachers, resources, and activities, and takes student and parent reviews into consideration as well.
Results posted below are for traditional public high schools. No charter, magnet, or early college high schools are included in this list.