This document is a neighborhood research report, presenting information for the following areas:
|1916 W Kentucky Ave, Denver, CO, 80223, USA||1.00 mi||10/10/2020|
|4787 Sherman St, Denver, CO, 80216, USA||1.00 mi||10/10/2020|
All reports use the most recent data as of their time of creation.
|1916 W K||4787 She|
|Total Sex Offenders||45||18|
|Closest Sex Offender (mi)||0.22||0.16|
|Offense Against Children||26||9|
School districts assign children to schools by attendance zones. We have collected information on the schools assigned to each address.
The overall numbers are the average of elementary, middle, and high schools, weighted by the number of students in each level. Detailed information on each individual school is also provided.
Please note that school district and attendance zone boundaries are subject to change. While our data is updated regularly, sometimes it may not reflect the most recent changes. Therefore, please verify the assigned schools with your local authorities.
|1916 W K||4787 She|
|Avg Test Score||32.70||32.79|
|Rank in State (Top %)||65.23%||65.11%|
|Student to Teacher Ratio||15.67||15.67|
|Students with Lunch Subsidy||66.41%||62.68%|
|Avg Test Score||38.55||36.68|
|Rank in State (Top %)||59.91%||61.68%|
|Student to Teacher Ratio||16.49||16.40|
|Students with Lunch Subsidy||56.48%||56.88%|
|Avg Test Score||42.03||-|
|Rank in State (Top %)||55.46%||-|
|Student to Teacher Ratio||15.90||-|
|Students with Lunch Subsidy||80.54%||-|
|Avg Test Score||21.72||25.06|
|Rank in State (Top %)||75.57%||71.91%|
|Student to Teacher Ratio||14.44||14.24|
|Students with Lunch Subsidy||76.35%||74.18%|
Charter schools are public schools of choice, meaning that families choose them for their children. They operate with freedom from some of the regulations that are imposed upon district schools. Therefore, if you don't like the public school assigned to your child, you may want to look into charter schools.
Here we have collected information on nearby charter schools that had a better performance (in terms of test scores) than their public school counterparts.