Maryland's worst 50 school reading scores: Where does your school rank?
As part of the annual Partnership For Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers ("PARCC") examination, Maryland public school students in grades three through eight and high school are tested based on Common Core English language arts standards.
The students pass if their scores either meet or exceed expectations, indicating they're "ready for the next level" of education.
Maryland high schools with lowest reading scores
Organizations in this Story
Aberdeen High • Albert Einstein High • Annapolis High • Anne Arundel Evening High • Bel Air High • Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove • C. Milton Wright High • Chesapeake High • City Neighbors High School • Clarksburg High • Col. Zadok Magruder High • Digital Harbor High School • Eager Street Academy • Edgewood High • Friendship Academy of Engineering and Technology • Gaithersburg High • Glen Burnie High • Green Street Academy • Hammond High • Havre de Grace High • Howard High • Independence School Local I • James Hubert Blake High • John F. Kennedy High • Joppatowne High • Long Reach High • Meade High • Montgomery Blair High • Mount Hebron High • New Era Academy • North County High • North Harford High • Northeast High • Northwest High • Oakland Mills High • Old Mill High • Paint Branch High • Phoenix Academy • Reginald F. Lewis High School • Regional Institute for Children & Adolescents • Renaissance Academy • Reservoir High • Rockville High • Seneca Valley High • Sherwood High • Springbrook High • Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy • Watkins Mill High • Wheaton High • Wilde Lake High