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Public School Report Card: Systems Ranked by ACT Benchmark Score, Then Graduation Rates1
Rank
'17
'16District
Contact
ACT Benchmark1
Graduation rate
TVAAS Composite2
ACT score3
Students
% Economically disadvantaged4
Per-pupil expenditures
Schools
Administrators
Teachers
Funding:
% local
% state
% federal
5
Director of schools

Area Schools PK-12
12Maryville City Schools
833 Lawrence Ave.
Maryville,TN 37803
865-982-7121
maryville-schools.org
45.6%
94%
5
23.7
5,132
19.4%
$10,396
7
21
350
56.2%
38.4%
5.4%
Mike Winstead
21Oak Ridge City Schools
304 New York Ave.
Oak Ridge,TN 37830
865-425-9001
ortn.edu
38.2%
88.3%
5
23.1
4,479
28.7%
$13,063
7
25
302
54.7%
36.7%
8.5%
Bruce Borchers
33Alcoa City Schools
524 Faraday St.
Alcoa,TN 37701
865-984-0531
alcoaschools.net
33%
100%
5
22.1
1,969
31.9%
$11,132
4
11
116
53.3%
39.1%
7.7%
Brian Bell
44Knox County
912 S. Gay St.
Knoxville,TN 37902
865-594-1800
knoxschools.org
27.3%
90.3%
5
21.1
60,313
29.9%
$9,098
91
399
3,663
51.8%
37.6%
10.6%
Buzz Thomas6
56Blount County Schools
831 Grandview Drive
Maryville,TN 37803
865-984-1212
blountk12.org
26.1%
92.8%
5
21.3
11,040
29.5%
$9,227
20
41
716
43.3%
46.9%
9.8%
Robert Britt
65Sevier County Schools
226 Cedar St.
Sevierville,TN 37862
865-453-4671
sevier.org
23.4%
87.4%
5
21.1
14,580
33.9%
$10,206
29
68
1,085
63.8%
27.6%
8.7%
Jack A. Parton
711Lenoir City Schools
200 E. Broadway St.
Lenoir City,TN 37771
865-986-8058
lenoircityschools.com
22.4%
92.4%
1
20.2
2,393
32.8%
$9,023
3
14
144
47.1%
43.3%
9.6%
Jeanne Barker
87Anderson County Schools
101 S. Main St., Ste. 500
Clinton,TN 37716
865-463-2800
acs.ac
22.3%
95.5%
4
20.8
6,605
7.2%
$9,869
17
39
479
37.7%
46.7%
15.5%
Tim Parrott
98Jefferson County Schools
1030 Highway 92
Dandridge,TN 37725
865-397-3194
jc-schools.net
17.1%
91.8%
5
19.7
7,448
37%
$8,557
12
35
469
29.6%
59.1%
11.3%
Charles Edmonds
1010Roane County Schools
105 Bluff Road
Kingston,TN 37763
865-376-5592
roaneschools.com
15.3%
94.6%
1
19.7
6,842
37.4%
$9,410
17
38
424
40.3%
48.7%
11%
Leah Rice Watkins
119Loudon County Schools
100 River Road
Loudon,TN 37774
865-458-5411
loudoncounty.org
11.2%
85.9%
5
18.8
4,886
23.7%
$9,354
9
28
332
46.3%
45.4%
8.4%
Jason Vance
1212Union County Schools
3006 Maynardville Highway
Maynardville,TN 37807
865-992-5466
ucps.org.schools.bz
10.2%
88.9%
5
19.3
3,645
45.5%
$9,700
10
21
252
12.6%
73.9%
13.5%
James Carter

Statewide Schools
1State of Tennessee Schools
Andrew Johnson Tower, 6th floor
Nashville,TN 37243
615-741-2731
tn.gov/education
19.7%
88.5%
NA
19.9
997,893
35.1%
$9,499
1,833
5,290
64,939
41%
47.3%
11.7%
Candice McQueen
1 ACT College Readiness Benchmark score represents the percentage of students from that school district who have reached the level of achievement required for students to have a 50 percent chance of obtaining a B or higher or a 75 percent chance of obtaining a C or higher in corresponding, credit-bearing, first-year college courses; 2 Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System scores that assess growth at the school or district level based on student performance on statewide assessments across all available subjects and grades from one year to the next. 1 represents the lowest score, 5 represents the highest score a school system can receive. For the 2015-2016 school year, TVAAS composites do not include grades 4-8 due to suspension of testing in grades 3-8; 3 ACT is a national college admissions exam that all Tennessee students are required to take in the 11th grade. The highest score possible on the ACT is 36. In 2016, ACT scores reflect the highest score per student. In previous years, the most recent score has been reported. When comparing past years' scores, there may be an increase due to this change; 4 Includes students who are directly certified to receive free lunch based on their receipt of support from federal assistance programs like SNAP,TANF and Head Start, or based on their status as migrant, homeless, runaway or foster student; 5 Primary responsibility for school funding rests with the state, but federal funds are available for programs/resources for low-income students, supplemental educational services, professional development for teachers, education research, etc.; 6 Interim superintendent
Source: Tennessee Department of Education 2016 Report Cards. NA=not available or not applicable. This list and other Knoxville-area market data are available as Excel spreadsheets at www.knoxvillebiz.com. If you notice an error or omission, please contact Angela Akers at 865-342-6424 or lists@knoxvillebiz.com.