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Warren County students right at state average
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Warren County students scored right at the Tennessee state average with their annual report card.
As a school district, Warren County received: B in math, B in reading, A in social studies, and B in science. That was in the academic achievement category.
That’s compared to the state average of: A in math, B in reading, A in social studies, and B in science. The math score was the only grade different for local students against the state average.
When it comes to the value-added category, Warren County scored better than the state average. Warren County and the state both earned A’s in math, B’s in reading, and B’s in science. However, Warren County students received an A in social studies, while the state average was B.
Grades for individual schools are listed above.
Three schools in the county – Warren County Middle School, Dibrell and Centertown – received all A’s and B’s on their report card. The scores at Hickory Creek look impressive until you get to an F in value-added science. West is the only other school in the county to get an F.
As a school district, Warren County has 481 teachers and 6,630 students. The per pupil expenditure is $8,552.
The state has 65,000 teachers and 993,256 students. The per pupil expenditure is $9,293.
Warren County High School has an 87.5 percent graduation rate. That’s better than the state average of 86.3 percent.
The results were switched when it comes to ACT scores. The state average is 19.1, which is slightly better than the Warren County average of 18.