Tiverton High School Ranks 16 in GoLocalProv Top High School List

Tiverton High School ranked 16 out of 51 Rhode Island schools.

ranks as the number 16 high school in the state, according to GoLocalProv’s Third Annual Top High Schools list, which was released on Monday.

The list included public, charter and technical schools, which 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.

Tiverton reportedly spent $14,175 per student in 2009-2010. View the complete list here.

Schools were ranked according to the following calculations:

Student/Teacher Ratio 15%
Per Pupil Spending 15%
NECAP-English 10%
NECAP-Math 10%
NECAP-Science 10%
SAT-Verbal 10%
SAT-Math 10%
SAT-Writing 10%
Graduation Rate 10%

Brian Moran May 17, 2012 at 01:29 PM
A round of applause to those making things like this happen in our school system. Very apropos today as well.
Ron Potvin May 17, 2012 at 04:50 PM
We have very good schools in Tiverton. It is value education. Thank you to all of the teachers, administrators and parents who make this happen.
Linda McNally May 18, 2012 at 06:05 AM
My son is graduating from Tiverton High this year and has received an excellent education there. Teachers, guidance, and office staff always quick to respond to any concerns and kudos. Very friendly and easy to approach. Intelligent, wise and professional through and through.
LAL May 18, 2012 at 01:01 PM
Before jumping up and down look at the stats. Giving15% weighting for per pupil spending and student/teacher ratio, when test scores only count for 10% each? Each catergory of SAT score is less than 500, verbal 493, math 496, writing 496, on state test - 86% proficient in reading, 34% in math, 60% in writing and 85.5 grad rate nothing to celebrate about. Ranking is very misleading and this from lowest ranked state in New England.


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