Cosby High School Overview

2014 Academic Indicators
College Readiness Index
N/A
Algebra Proficiency
2.6
English Proficiency
2.5
Student/Teacher Ratio
14:1
  • 09–12 Grades
  • 437 Students
  • 31 Teachers

Cosby High School
3318 COSBY
COSBY, TN 37722

Phone: (423) 487-5602

District: Cocke County

Overview

At Cosby High School, the student body makeup is 52 percent male and 48 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 3 percent. Cosby High School is 1 of 2 high schools in the Cocke 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 437
Total Minority Enrollment (% of total) 3%
Total Economically Disadvantaged (% of total) 84%
Full-Time Teachers 31

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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 English 55%
Proficient in Algebra 46%
College Readiness Index N/A

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School Data

School profile information is based on government data.

Grades Served 09 – 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 1,694
Proficient in English (district average) 58%
Proficient in Algebra (district average) 53%
College Readiness (district average) 10.2

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