Jackson Parish High Schools earn B performance grade in 2021-22

On Wednesday, November 16, 2022, the Louisiana Department of Education released the 2021-2022 school performance scores for the state’s public K 12 schools and systems. To the delight of the Jackson Parish School District and Superintendent David Claxton, the three high schools in Jackson Parish, (JHHS, Quitman & Weston) earned a cumulative score average of 80.2, which relates to a B average.

“I would like to congratulate all our faculty, staff, students, and parents for their hard work to help increase our district performance score for the past two years. I would also like to recognize the support our community has shown us over the years. I appreciate everyone for everything that you do for Jackson Parish schools,” – JPSD Superintendent, David Claxton

The scores of each school were the highest recorded since the Covid pandemic that began in 2019 and the third consecutive year that scores have risen. Individually, Quitman High School led the way with an 87.0 average followed by Weston High at 80.2 and JHHS at 73.5. In addition, Weston High School was noted as a Top Gains Honoree among all Louisiana High Schools, while Quitman High showed an impressive 5.8-point improvement.  

 


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