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2014 Denver School Rankings

Search for your Denver school’s 2014 ranking

Search tips

  • You can select more than one school by holding down the “Ctrl” or “Cmd” button and clicking on as many names as you’d like to see.
  • To see all schools with a certain rating, skip the “School Name” search box and click on a rating in the “School Rating” search box.
  • To see more details on how schools fared on each portion of the SPF ranking, explore the full spreadsheet here.

Data notes

  • This database includes school rankings for 2014 and 2013. For 2012, see our database here.
  • If your school does not have a rating for 2013, that typically means it is a new school. So it also will not have data under growth categories.

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