State releases K-12 school rankings

thThe state on Friday released its annual list of K-12 school rankings based on student performance on standardized tests, revealing little in the way of surprise for the South Bay and Harbor Area, where nearly 60 percent of the schools surpassed the statewide average.

The lowest-ranking school of the roughly 220 schools in the South Bay and Harbor Area happens to be located in one of the area’s newest facilities: the La Tijera School in Inglewood. The K-8 school – whose gleaming, $24 million campus opened last school year – is the only one around here to bear the mark of double 1’s.

However, Inglewood Unified’s crown-jewel school, City Honors, held its own with a statewide rank of 7 and a similar-schools rank of 10.

Read the full list of Inglewood USD schools by clicking here.

For Compton USD schools click here.

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