Top 100 N.Va. Elementary School Scores on Standards of Learning

This chart ranks the top Virginia elementary schools in the Washington, D.C., area. Ranked schools had complete data for the number of students rating "advanced" on state tests of reading and math.

Rank Elementary School Advanced in 2003 Advanced in 2008
1. McKinley Elementary 49% 79%
2. Key Center School 64% 77%
3. Churchill Road Elementary 55% 77%
4. Greenbriar West Elementary 47% 77%
5. Louise Archer Elementary 64% 76%
6. Haycock Elementary 53% 76%
7. Willow Springs Elementary 44% 75%
8. Sunrise Valley Elementary 53% 74%
9. Waterford Elementary 42% 74%
10. Colvin Run Elementary N/A 73%
11. Arlington Traditional 62% 73%
12. Spring Hill Elementary 35% 73%
13. Great Falls Elementary 44% 72%
14. Waples Mill Elementary 47% 71%
15. Hunters Woods Elementary 52% 71%
16. Oak Hill Elementary 45% 70%
17. Canterbury Woods 45% 69%
18. Floris Elementary 42% 69%
19. Westbriar Elementary 44% 69%
20. Arlington Science Focus 39% 69%
21. Aldie Elementary 30% 68%
22. Lincoln Elementary 35% 67%
23. Wolftrap Elementary 47% 67%
24. Jamestown Elementary 53% 66%
25. Stratford Landing 48% 66%
26. Mantua Elementary 42% 66%
27. Forest Edge Elementary 55% 65%
28. Nottingham Elementary 42% 65%
29. Ashlawn Elementary 44% 65%
30. White Oaks Elementary 42% 65%
31. Sangster Elementary 38% 65%
32. Mountain View Elementary 37% 64%
33. Little River Elementary 54% 64%
34. Taylor Elementary 42% 64%
35. Flint Hill Elementary 40% 64%
36. Oakton Elementary 38% 64%
37. Lowes Island Elementary 40% 63%
38. Clifton Elementary 39% 63%
39. Wakefield Forest Elementary 48% 63%
40. Springwoods Elementary 34% 63%
41. Frances Hazel Reid Elementary N/A 63%
42. Forestville Elementary 34% 63%
43. Fox Mill Elementary 41% 63%
44. Pinebrook Elementary N/A 62%
45. West Springfield Elementary 39% 62%
46. Union Mill Elementary 45% 62%
47. Belmont Station Elementary N/A 61%
48. Tuckahoe Elementary 44% 61%
49. Mosby Woods Elementary 22% 61%
50. Mary G. Porter Traditional N/A 61%
51. George Mason Elementary 30% 61%
52. Leesburg Elementary 36% 61%
53. Chesterbrook Elementary 39% 61%
54. Belvedere Elementary 45% 61%
55. George Carr Round Elementary 34% 61%
56. Cherry Run Elementary 39% 61%
57. Mill Run Elementary 33% 61%
58. Hunt Valley Elementary School 39% 61%
59. Lucketts Elementary 26% 61%
60. A. Scott Crossfield Elementary 26% 60%
61. Vienna Elementary 33% 60%
62. Navy Elementary 44% 60%
63. Mary Ellen Henderson N/A 60
64. Hamilton Elementary 32% 60%
65. Stenwood Elementary 45% 59%
66. Lees Corner Elementary 29% 59%
67. Long Branch Elementary 29% 59%
68. Evergreen Mill Elementary 31% 59%
69. Ashburn Elementary 33% 59%
70. Mountain View Elementary N/A 59%
71. Fairhill Elementary 34% 59%
72. Sanders Corner 43% 58%
73. Banneker Elementary 32% 58%
74. Westlawn Elementary School 18% 58%
75. Clermont Elementary School 29% 58%
76. Belle View Elementary 22% 58%
77. Fairview Elementary School 29% 58%
78. Westridge Elementary 31% 58%
79. Seldens Landing Elementary 28% 58%
80. Franklin Sherman Elementary School 35% 58%
81. Round Hill Elementary 29% 58%
82. Emerick Elementary 36% 57%
83. Clearview Elementary 24% 57%
84. Kent Gardens Elementary 42% 57%
85. Laurel Ridge Elementary 42% 57%
86. Marshall Road Elementary 38% 57%
87. Graham Road Elementary 10% 57%
88. Fairfax Villa Elementary 33% 57%
89. Ashland Elementary 34% 56%
90. Keene Mill Elementary 45% 56%
91. Hillsboro Elementary 31% 56%
92. Lyles-Crouch Elementary 26% 56%
93. Pennington School N/A 56%
94. Sycolin Creek Elementary N/A 56%
95. Arcola Elementary N/A 56%
96. Victory Elementary N/A 56%
97. Thurgood Marshall 44% 56%
98. Rosa Lee Carter N/A 56%
99. Hutchison Farm 34% 56%
100. Antietam Elementary 33 56%
* Source: Virginia Department of Education. Data includes Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Loudoun, Manassas, Manassas Park, Prince Williamschool systems. A total of 286 elementary schools provided data.

Each school's scores represent the share of students who rated "advanced," the highest of three performance levels, on state tests of reading and math in grades 3 to 5.

The Maryland School Assessment and Virginia Standards of Learning exams are used to measure student proficiency under No Child Left Behind. Educators caution against comparing scores between states, because the tests are written and scored differently.

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