Mount Hope Ranks 14th In Latest Poll
GoLocalProv.com ranked the high school number 14 of 51 Rhode Island high schools surveyed.
The list included public, charter and technical schools, and factored reading, math and writing proficiency, student-to-teacher ratio, spending per student, four-year graduation rates, average verbal, math and writing SAT scores into the rankings. View the complete list here.
According to the website, 89 percent of Mount Hope students scored at or above proficient in reading, 79 percent in writing, and 35 percent in math. In 2011, 88.1 percent of eligible Mount Hope seniors graduated.
The Bristol-Warren district funded Mount Hope High School at a rate of $17,202 per student, third best in the state behind only Narragansett and Rogers high schools. And the school registered an 11:1 student-to-teacher ratio.
GoLocalProv ranked schools according to the following calculations:
Student/Teacher Ratio 15%
Per Pupil Spending 15%
Graduation Rate 10%