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City-data.com school rating (using weighted 2010 test average as compared to other schools in Missouri) from 0 (worst) to 100 (best) is 44.

105 Main
Sweet Springs, MO 65351

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Other nearby schools ratings:
Knob Noster Middle School (15.7 miles):

81
Northwest High School (11.0 miles):

80
Concordia High School (8.3 miles):

57
Knob Noster High School (16.1 miles):

48
Sweet Springs High School:

44
Malta Bend High School (16.1 miles):

39
Bueker Middle School (15.8 miles):

32
Hardeman Elementary School (15.8 miles):

23
Sweet Springs High School rating compared to average state, county and city schools ratings:
Missouri:

52
Saline County:

29
Sweet Springs:

69
Sweet Springs High School:

44

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Principal: Mr. Michael Smith
Grade span: 7-12
Phone: (660) 335-6341 (make sure to verify first before calling)
Fax: (660) 335-6379 (make sure to verify first before using)


Student Enrollment: 225

White enrollment: 212
Black enrollment: 1
Hispanic enrollment: 6
Asian enrollment: 6

January membership enrollment: 216
Students with free/reduced lunch enrollment: 103


Percentage of White enrollment: 94.2%
Here:

94.2%
State average from 2117 schools:

78.8%
Percentage of Black enrollment: 0.4%
This school:

0.4%
State average from 2117 schools:

16.3%
Percentage of Hispanic enrollment: 2.7%
Here:

2.7%
State average from 2117 schools:

3.2%
Percentage of Asian enrollment: 2.7%
This school:

2.7%
State average from 2117 schools:

1.3%


Percentage of students with free/reduced lunch: 47.7%
Sweet Springs High School:

47.7%
State average from 2111 schools:

47.2%

Races in Sweet Springs High School


Students/staff ratios:

Students/Administrators ratio: 225.0
Here:

225.0
State average from 2084 schools:

275.2
Students/Classroom teachers ratio: 19.0
This school:

19.0
State average from 2102 schools:

17.7
Students/Teachers ratio: 14.0
Here:

14.0
State average from 2114 schools:

13.4


Staff salaries:

Total Administrator FTE: 1
Total Teacher FTE: 16.08

Average Administrator Salary: 60,000$
Here:

60,000$
State average from 2105 schools:

70,097$
Average Teacher Salary: 36,830$
Here:

36,830$
State average from 2151 schools:

41,162$
Teacher Average Salary Regular Term: 31,294$
Here:

31,294$
State average from 2151 schools:

39,331$
Average Years of Experience: 13.0
Here:

13.0
State average from 2151 schools:

12.5
Percent of Teachers with a Masters Degree: 19.5%
This school:

19.5%
State average from 2136 schools:

47.4%


Teacher Certification Statistics:

Number of Teachers with Regular Certificates: 18
Total Number of Courses: 113
Total Number of Courses Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers: 105

Percent of Teachers with Regular Certificates: 100.0%
Here:

100.0%
State average from 2122 schools:

96.9%
Percent of Courses Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers: 92.9%
Here:

92.9%
State average from 2122 schools:

96.1%


Discipline Incident Statistics:

Number of incidents: 1
Number of other incidents: 1
In school suspensions: 1

Incident rate: 0.4%
Here:

0.4%
State average from 1054 schools:

2.9%
Other incidents rate: 0.4%
Here:

0.4%
State average from 932 schools:

2.3%


9-12th Grade Dropout Statistics:

Dropouts - Total: 1
Dropouts - White: 1

Dropout Rate - Total: 0.7%
Here:

0.7%
State average from 467 schools:

4.3%
Dropout Rate - White: 0.7%
This school:

0.7%
State average from 447 schools:

5.1%


9-12th Grade Graduation Rate Statistics:

Graduates - Total: 32
Cohort Dropouts - Total: 5
Graduates - White: 30
Cohort Dropouts - White: 5
Graduates - Hispanic: 1
Graduates - Asian: 1

Graduation Rate - Total: 86.5%
This school:

86.5%
State average from 523 schools:

88.5%
Graduation Rate - White: 85.7%
Here:

85.7%
State average from 514 schools:

88.4%
Graduation Rate - Hispanic: 100.0%
Here:

100.0%
State average from 262 schools:

89.6%
Graduation Rate - Asian: 100.0%
Here:

100.0%
State average from 206 schools:

96.8%


American College Testing (ACT) Statistics:

Number of Students Taking the ACT: 19
Number of Graduates: 32
Number of Graduates Scoring Higher Than the National Average: 12

Percentage of Graduates Scoring Higher Than the National Average: 37.5%
Here:

37.5%
State average from 493 schools:

30.9%
Percentage of Graduates Taking the ACT: 59.4%
Here:

59.4%
State average from 499 schools:

60.5%
Act Composite Score: 21.3
Sweet Springs High School:

21.3
State average from 499 schools:

20.6


Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Statistics:


Met Overall AYP: Met
Overall AYP Subgroups Met: 6
Overall AYP Total Subgroups: 6
Met Overall AYP for Mathematics: Met
AYP for Mathematics Subgroups Met: 3
AYP for Mathematics Total Subgroups: 3
Met Overall AYP for Communication Arts: Met
AYP for Communication Arts Subgroups Met: 3
AYP for Communication Arts Total Subgroups: 3
Met AYP Attendance Rate: Met

Mathematics AYP Statistics - All students:
Accountable: 104
Reportable: 104
Not determined (2yr avg): 0.50
Not determined (3yr avg): 0.80
Scored proficient or above: 40

Percentage not determined (2yr avg): 1.0%
Here:

1.0%
State average from 742 schools:

1.1%
Percentage not determined (3yr avg): 1.4%
Here:

1.4%
State average from 511 schools:

1.8%
Percentage scored proficient or above: 38.5%
Sweet Springs High School:

38.5%
State average from 1962 schools:

44.6%

Annual objective group: LND < 5% met benchmark
CI Band: 11.10
Additional Indicator: Graduation Rate
Additional Indicator Met: Met
Attendance rate: 94.30%



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