2013 - 2014 Arizona school achievement gradesArizona Department of Education has compiled and released the most recent standardized state achievement test results as 2013 - 2014 Arizona School Report Cards.

School and City boundaries do not align and it is typical for an individual Arizona city to be served by two or more school districts. When a buyer is evaluating the suitability of a home to purchase, they need to know how well the public neighborhood schools for the home they want to buy are performing.

Every MLS listing shows the public neighborhood schools, but not the achievement grade. The links below list these schools alphabetically within the public school district serving the city along with the achievement grade assigned the schools based upon their 2013 - 2014 student achievement level.
 

School District Report Cards:


School District boundary maps:

 

Charter schools do not have boundary restrictions. Parents are responsible for getting their children to and from charter schools. Any student can attend a tuition-free, charter school as long as they agree to basic terms of enrollment. This is made possible by the State of Arizona providing state student subsidy to the charter school where the student is enrolled. The two lists below include all charter schools in Maricopa County and Pinal County.