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This is a ranking of the top 50 public elementary schools in Utah — as listed in the Utah 2012-2013 educational directory — according to 2011-2012 Utah Comprehensive Accountability System data.

Under the Utah State Office of Education's UCAS system, ratings are given based on scores from end-of-year Criterion Referenced Tests, which assess student proficiency in math, science and language arts, as well as the direct writing assessment in applicable grades.

Each school is scored on a 600-point scale, with 300 points possible in growth and 300 points possible in achievement. The state average, for elementary schools, is 435/600.

In the area of potential for academic growth, 200 points are possible for all students, and 100 points are possible for below proficient student growth. In achievement, schools are awarded up to 300 points for students who are at or above proficient.

For further clarification or more detailed reports on individual schools, click here.

The first data under the new system was released in Nov. 2012, for the 2011-2012 school year. At the time, John Jesse, the assessment and accountability director for the Utah State Office of Education, told the Deseret News that parents should not take a below- or above-average score as a sign of total success or failure, but that they should look into what is contributing to the scores and what can be done to help them improve.

"Rather than make judgments, let's ask questions," Jesse said. "Is the school doing something to make that (score) happen?"

The list does not include schools that were given N/A rankings or used an alternative high school accountability report. It also does not include special schools and programs or charter schools.

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50 Rocky Mountain Elementary (tie)
Stuart Johnson, Deseret News archives

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 525/600

Growth points: 267/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 258/300

Number of teachers: 29
Enrollment: 539
Minority: 11 percent
English learners: 4 percent
Low income: 22 percent
Students with disabilities: 18 percent

>> In this 2007 file photo, Rocky Mountain Elementary students play old schoolyard games such as hopscotch, jacks and marbles.

49 Dilworth Elementary (tie)
Laura Seitz, Deseret News

School district: Salt Lake
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 525/600

Growth points: 250/300
All students: 150/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 275/300

Number of teachers: 34
Enrollment: 579
Minority: 12 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 22 percent
Students with disabilities: 12 percent

>> PhD. student Roger Sun speaks to Dilworth Elementary School 5th graders about building bridges at the Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Thursday, March 29, 2012.

48 Arrowhead Elementary
http://aes.washk12.org/

School district: Washington
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 526/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 243/300

Number of teachers: 32
Enrollment: 599
Minority: 9 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 40 percent
Students with disabilities: 11 percent

47 Monticello Elementary (tie)
http://www.sjsd.org/monticello-elementary

School district: San Juan
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 527/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 252/300

Number of teachers: 17
Enrollment: 314
Minority: 12 percent
English learners: 4 percent
Low income: 47 percent
Students with disabilities: 11 percent

46 Goshen Elementary (tie)
http://goshen.nebo.edu/

School district: Nebo
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 527/600

Growth points: 259/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 268/300

Number of teachers: 22
Enrollment: 363
Minority: 18 percent
English learners: 9 percent
Low income: 56 percent
Students with disabilities: 15 percent

45 River Heights Elementary (tie)
http://www.ccsdut.org/RiverHeights.cfm

School district: Cache
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 528/600

Growth points: 259/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 269/300

Number of teachers: 31
Enrollment: 475
Minority: 6 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 27 percent
Students with disabilities: 16 percent

44 North Park Elementary (tie)
Tom Smart, Deseret News

School district: Box Elder
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 528/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 82/100

Achievement points: 253/300

Number of teachers: 26
Enrollment: 561
Minority: 12 percent
English learners: 5 percent
Low income: 52 percent
Students with disabilities: 13 percent

>> In this 2002 file photo, children at North Park Elementary School in Tremonton, Utah, grab parachute candy during a celebration of
Col. Gail Halvorsen — the "Candy Bomber" — and a candy drop.

43 South Rich Elementary
http://www.richschool.org/

School district: Rich
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 529/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 426/600

Number of teachers: 9
Enrollment: 133
Minority: 7 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 78 percent
Students with disabilities: 24 percent

42 Sunset Elementary (tie)
http://sses.washk12.org/

School district: Washington
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 530/600

Growth points: 292/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 238/300

Number of teachers: 33
Enrollment: 531
Minority: 24 percent
English learners: 12 percent
Low income: 62 percent
Students with disabilities: 15 percent

41 Manti Elementary (tie)
Ken Hansen, Deseret News archives

School district: South Sanpete
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 530/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 255/300

Number of teachers: 23
Enrollment: 395
Minority: 10 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 58 percent
Students with disabilities: 22 percent

>> In this 2007 file photo,
a replica of the Central Pacific Rail Road's Jupiter engine makes an early-morning stop at Manti Elementary school to give rides to students.

40 Shelley Elementary (tie)
http://shelley.alpineschools.org/

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 532/600

Growth points: 266/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 83/100

Achievement points: 266/300

Number of teachers: 40
Enrollment: 1,020
Minority: 8 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 21 percent
Students with disabilities: 10 percent

39 Central Elementary (tie)
Stuart Johnson, Deseret News archives

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 532/600

Growth points: 267/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 265/300

Number of teachers: 30
Enrollment: 512
Minority: 17 percent
English learners: 10 percent
Low income: 55 percent
Students with disabilities: 11 percent

>> In this 2008 file photo, fifth graders at Central Elementary school in Pleasant Grove re-enact the Battle of Gettysburg complete with uniforms, flags, and marshmellow blow guns.

38 Eagle Bay Elementary
Mike Terry, Deseret News

School district: Davis
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 534/600

Growth points: 259/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 275/300

Number of teachers: 38
Enrollment: 892
Minority: 4 percent
English learners: 0 percent
Low income: 10 percent
Students with disabilities: 8 percent

In this 2007 file photo, Eagle Bay Elementary students help unveil a new license plate designed to help wildlife.

37 Highland Park Elementary
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

School district: Salt Lake
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 535/600

Growth points: 267/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points 268/300

Number of teachers: 32
Enrollment: 645
Minority: 18 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 30 percent
Students with disabilities: 16 percent

>> Highland Park Elementary School children walk to school in Salt Lake City Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012.

36 Quail Hollow Elementary
http://quailhollow.canyonsdistrict.org/

School district: Canyons
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 537/600

Growth points: 259/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 278/300

Number of teachers: 30
Enrollment: 533
Minority: 10 percent
English learners: 1 percent
Low income: 14 percent
Students with disabilities: 10 percent

35 Alta View Elementary
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

School district: Canyons
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 538/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 182/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 263/300

Number of teachers: 23
Enrollment: 479
Minority: 23 percent
English learners: 7 percent
Low income: 31 percent
Students with disabilities: 14 percent

>> Kids at Alta View Elementary school play, Monday, Sept. 21, 2009.

34 Sage Creek Elementary (tie)
Stuart Johnson, Deseret News archives

School district: Nebo
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 539/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 256/300

Number of teachers: 33
Enrollment: 771
Minority: 16 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 42 percent
Students with disabilities: 11 percent

>> In this 2007 file photo, Sage Creek Elementary students cheer as a National Guard Apache helicopter does a flyover for Constitution Day.

33 Jordan Ridge Elementary (tie)
Kevin Lee, Deseret News archives

School district: Jordan
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 539/600

Growth points: 266/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 83/100

Achievement points: 273/300

Number of teachers: 43
Enrollment: 1,035
Minority: 15 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 12 percent
Students with disabilities: 9 percent

>> In this 2007 file photo, student council advisor Tina Rothe reacts after telling students they'd reached their goal of $2000 during Jordan Ridge Elementary's annual bake sale to raise money for "Green Eyes in Africa" a non-profit that builds orphanages.

32 Howard R. Driggs Elementary
Mike Terry, Deseret News archives

School district: Granite
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 540/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 265/300

Number of teachers: 29
Enrollment: 693
Minority: 9 percent
English learners: 4 percent
Low income: 15 percent
Students with disabilities: 6 percent

>> In this 2011 file photo, Howard R. Driggs Elementary School students clap during an assembly.

31 Ephraim Elementary
https://www.ssanpete.org

School district: South Sanpete
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 541/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 258/300

Number of teachers: 25
Enrollment: 569
Minority: 16 percent
English learners: 11 percent
Low income: 51 percent
Students with disabilities: 19 percent

30 Horizon Elementary
http://hrz.washk12.org/

School district: Washington
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 542/600

Growth points: 267/300
All students: 167/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 275/300

Number of teachers: 29
Enrollment: 629
Minority: 10 percent
English learners: 5 percent
Low income: 37 percent
Students with disabilities: 12 percent

29 Millville Elementary (tie)
http://www.ccsdut.org/Millville.cfm?subpage=19

School district: Cache
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 543/600

Growth points: 266/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 83/100

Achievement points: 277/300

Number of teachers: 26
Enrollment: 418
Minority: 16 percent
English learners: 9 percent
Low income: 45 percent
Students with disabilities: 17 percent

28 Escalante Elementary (tie)
http://www.garfield.k12.ut.us/

School district: Garfield
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 543/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 275/300
Below proficient: N/A

Achievement points: 268/300

Number of teachers: 6
Enrollment: 72
Minority: 4 percent
English learners: 1 percent
Low income: 47 percent
Students with disabilities: 11 percent

27 Wasatch Elementary (tie)
Tom Smart, Deseret News

School district: Salt Lake
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 546/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 83/100

Achievement points: 263/300

Number of teachers: 25
Enrollment: 498
Minority: 27 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 26 percent
Students with disabilities: 10 percent

>> Parents coming to pickup their children at Wasatch Elementary are reminded to me idle free Monday, Sept. 10, 2012, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

26 Sego Lily Elementary (tie)
Stuart Johnson, Deseret News archives

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 546/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 263/300

Number of teachers: 41
Enrollment: 966
Minority: 8 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 24 percent
Students with disabilities: 9 percent

>> In this 2008 file photo, students work on a bacteria culturing experiment at Sego Elementary in Lehi.

25 Enoch Elementary
http://enoch.ironk12.org/

School district: Iron
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 547/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 272/300

Number of teachers: 26
Enrollment: 590
Minority: 9 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 55 percent
Students with disabilities: 9 percent

24 Loa Elementary (tie)
http://www.wayne.k12.ut.us/Loa.cfm

School district: Wayne
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 548/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 248/300

Number of teachers: 13
Enrollment: 230
Minority: 7 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 60 percent
Students with disabilities: 13 percent

23 Little Valley Elementary (tie)
http://les.washk12.org/

School district: Washington
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 548/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 273/300

Number of teachers: 31
Enrollment: 665
Minority: 5 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 17 percent
Students with disabilities: 8 percent

22 Mountain View Elementary
http://www.boxeldercounty.org/elementary-schools.htm

School district: Box Elder
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 549/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 249/300

Number of teachers: 22
Enrollment: 396
Minority: 13 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 59 percent
Students with disabilities: 16 percent

21 Springdale Elementary (tie)
http://spring.washk12.org/

School district: Washington
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 550/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 300/300
Below proficient: N/A

Achievement points: 250/300

Number of teachers: 3
Enrollment: 42
Minority: 19 percent
English learners: 21 percent
Low income: 67 percent
Students with disabilities: 7 percent

20 Old Mill Elementary (tie)
Keith Johnson, Deseret News archives

School district: Wasatch
Grades tested: 3-4

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 550/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 250/300

Number of teachers: 33
Enrollment: 583
Minority: 10 percent
English learners: 5 percent
Low income: 28 percent
Students with disabilities: 16 percent

>> Old Mill Elementary School students fill the hallways at the end of the school day in Heber, Utah March 21, 2007.

19 Nibley Elementary
Laura Seitz, Deseret News

School district: Cache
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 551/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 75/100

Achievement points: 276/300

Number of teachers: 20
Enrollment: 346
Minority: 11 percent
English learners: 7 percent
Low income: 48 percent
Students with disabilities: 20 percent

>> In this 2009 file photo, teacher Tiernan Dunmeyer gets his fifth grader class excited about studying for upcoming exams at Nibley Elementary School.

18 Riverview Elementary (tie)
http://riverview.alpineschools.org/

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 552/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 269/300

Number of teachers: 20
Enrollment: 462
Minority: 6 percent
English learners: 1 percent
Low income: 21 percent
Students with disabilities: 11 percent

17 Escalante Valley Elementary (tie)
http://escalantevalley.org/

School district: Iron
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 552/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 275/300
Below proficient: N/A

Achievement points: 277/300

Number of teachers: 8
Enrollment: 112
Minority: 36 percent
English learners: 26 percent
Low income: 84 percent
Students with disabilities: 17 percent

16 Taylor Elementary
http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/138

School district: Davis
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 553/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 253/300

Number of teachers: 20
Enrollment: 362
Minority: 14 percent
English learners: 4 percent
Low income: 27 percent
Students with disabilities: 12 percent

15 Oak Hills Elementary (tie)
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

School district: Davis
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 556/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 273/300

Number of teachers: 23
Enrollment: 431
Minority: 10 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 12 percent
Students with disabilities: 18 percent

>> Nathan Anderson gives a thumbs up in an exercise for odd and even numbers while waiting in line to go to an assembly in Shelli Arthur's first grade class at Oak Hills Elementary School in Bountiful on Monday, Jan. 23, 2012.

14 Mountainside Elementary (tie)
http://www.ccsdut.org/Mountainside.cfm

School district: Cache
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 556/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 273/300

Number of teachers: 25
Enrollment: 498
Minority: 8 percent
English learners: 1 percent
Low income: 32 percent
Students with disabilities: 19 percent

13 Forbes Elementary (tie)
Sam Penrod, Deseret News

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-7

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 556/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 256/300

Number of teachers: 25
Enrollment: 561
Minority: 13 percent
English learners: 5 percent
Low income: 46 percent
Students with disabilities: 12 percent

>> Gwen Richards, 102 years old, visits with her former third grader, Ross Durrant, who retired in May 2013 from Shelley Elementary in American Fork after teaching for 30 years in the Alpine School District. Richards taught Durrant during the 1964-65 school year at Forbes Elementary in American Fork.

12 Ashley Elementary
http://www.uintah.net/

School district: Uintah
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 558/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 258/300

Number of teachers: 33
Enrollment: 693
Minority: 17 percent
English learners: 7 percent
Low income: 44 percent
Students with disabilities: 12 percent

11 Provost Elementary
Stuart Johnson, Deseret News archives

School district: Provo
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 560/600

Growth points: 292/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 268/300

Number of teachers: 19
Enrollment: 457
Minority: 32 percent
English learners: 20 percent
Low income: 58 percent
Students with disabilities: 18 percent

>> In this 2005 file photo, Provost Elementary children walk past a Pages cube holding $2,500 worth of pennies. Children could put a penny in the cube for each page they read. They were the first school in the Provo School District to fill their cube and received a $1,000 bonus check.

10 Park Elementary (tie)
http://www.ccsdut.org/Park.cfm

School district: Cache
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 561/600

Growth points: 275/300
All students: 275/300
Below proficient: N/A

Achievement points: 286/300

Number of teachers: 16
Enrollment: 301
Minority: 11 percent
English learners: 5 percent
Low income: 54 percent
Students with disabilities: 18 percent

9 Hobble Creek Elementary (tie)
http://hobblecreek.nebo.edu/

School district: Nebo
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 561/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 278/300

Number of teachers: 28
Enrollment: 691
Minority: 6 percent
English learners: 0 percent
Low income: 20 percent
Students with disabilities: 13 percent

8 Diamond Valley Elementary
Jason Olson, Deseret News archives

School district: Washington
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 567/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 267/300

Number of teachers: 16
Enrollment: 272
Minority: 8 percent
English learners: 4 percent
Low income: 34 percent
Students with disabilities: 11 percent

>> In this 2006 file photo, students from Diamond Valley Elementary School near St. George sing their school song as they present their case for the western rattlesnake to become the state reptile during a committee meeting for the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill.

7 Morningside Elementary
Ravell Call, Deseret News

School district: Granite
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 568/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 268/300

Number of teachers: 21
Enrollment: 404
Minority: 9 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 15 percent
Students with disabilities: 9 percent

>> Brent Anderton hugs his daughter Cambri after spending time with her at Morningside Elementary School in Holladay, Monday, May 20, 2013.

6 Uintah Elementary
Michael Brandy, Deseret News archives

School district: Salt Lake
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 569/600

Growth points: 292/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 92/100

Achievement points: 277/300

Number of teachers: 25
Enrollment: 557
Minority: 14 percent
English learners: 2 percent
Low income: 13 percent
Students with disabilities: 10 percent

>> In this 2002 file photo, 10-year old 4th grader Sierra DeBry touches a human brain as Danielle Kreusch and Alice RieDesel watch and grimace at Uintah Elementary School.

5 Westfield Elementary
Jason Olson, Deseret News archives

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 570/600

Growth points: 283/300
All students: 183/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 287/300

Number of teachers: 33
Enrollment: 817
Minority: 7 percent
English learners: 1 percent
Low income: 12 percent
Students with disabilities: 7 percent

>> Westfield Elemetary School sixth graders collect fiber samples from items of clothing gathered as evidence as part of a science lesson at the school in Alpine Friday, October 26, 2007.

4 Bruin Point Elementary
http://www.carbonschools.org/BruinPoint.cfm

School district: Carbon
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 574/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 300/300
Below proficient: N/A

Achievement points: 274/300

Number of teachers: 8
Enrollment: 129
Minority: 17 percent
English learners: 1 percent
Low income: 80 percent
Students with disabilities: 16 percent

3 Traverse Mountain Elementary
http://traversemountain.alpineschools.org/

School district: Alpine
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 577/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 277/300

Number of teachers: 32
Enrollment: 747
Minority: 10 percent
English learners: 3 percent
Low income: 16 percent
Students with disabilities: 9 percent

2 Summit Elementary
http://www.ccsdut.org/

School district: Cache
Grades tested: 3-5

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 583/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 283/300

Number of teachers: 23
Enrollment: 462
Minority: 15 percent
English learners: 9 percent
Low income: 53 percent
Students with disabilities: 16 percent

>> Third-graders hang flags as students from South Summit Elementary place flags and banners they made in art classes for Earth Day, Monday, April 22, 2013, in Kamas.

1 Endeavour Elementary
Ravell Call, Deseret News

School district: Davis
Grades tested: 3-6

State average school performance: 435/600

School performance: 584/600

Growth points: 300/300
All students: 200/200
Below proficient: 100/100

Achievement points: 284/600

Number of teachers: 30
Enrollment: 700
Minority: 4 percent
English learners: 1 percent
Low income: 6 percent
Students with disabilities: 9 percent

>> Aiden Lund, "B. B. Wolf", reacts to the verdict as Second District Court Judge Thomas Kay conducts a mock trial with third grade students from Endeavour Elementary, Tuesday, March 20, 2012.