Notasulga High School Overview

2014 Academic Indicators
College Readiness Index
N/A
Math Proficiency
2.6
Reading Proficiency
2.8
Student/Teacher Ratio
15:1
  • KG–12 Grades
  • 397 Students
  • 27 Teachers

Notasulga High School
500 EAST MAIN ST
NOTASULGA, AL 36866

Phone: (334) 257-3510

District: Macon County

Overview

At Notasulga High School, the student body makeup is 52 percent male and 48 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 93 percent. Notasulga High School is 1 of 2 high schools in the Macon County.

Rankings / Awards

This details how this school compares with others based on U.S. News ranking criteria.

Medal Awarded None
National Rank
Unranked

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Students / Teachers

These counts and percentages of students and teachers are from data reported by schools to the government.

Total Enrollment 397
Total Minority Enrollment (% of total) 93%
Total Economically Disadvantaged (% of total) 99%
Full-Time Teachers 27

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Test Scores

U.S. News calculates these values based on student performance on state exit exams and internationally available exams on college-level course work (AP®/IB exams).

Proficient in Reading 80%
Proficient in Math 56%
College Readiness Index N/A

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School Data

School profile information is based on government data.

Grades Served KG – 12
Setting Distant Rural
Charter School No
Magnet School No
Receives Title I Funding Yes

District

This information relates to high schools run by this school's state operating agency. Many districts contain only one high school.

Total Schools 2
Total Students 1,094
Proficient in Reading (district average) 76%
Proficient in Math (district average) 70%
College Readiness (district average) 1.9

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