11 Montgomery Public Schools Make “Lowest Performing Schools in Alabama” List
Nearly a dozen Montgomery Public Schools have been named in this year’s legislature-mandated list of the lowest performing schools in Alabama.
Compared to the list released last January, the total number of schools has risen from 10 to 11. That is the second-highest number in the state, behind Birmingham City Schools, which had 16.
Overall, there are 75 schools statewide that are considered failing.
A majority of the “failing schools” in Montgomery Public Schools stayed on the list.
The schools on the list are:
Capitol Heights Middle
Goodwyn Middle (new)
Highland Gardens Elementary
Jefferson Davis High
Robert E. Lee High (new)
Sidney Lanier Senior High