Dallas' List of Worst Schools

Friday, Dec 12, 2008  |  Updated 4:24 PM CDT
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Dallas' List of Worst Schools

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Below is a listing of all Dallas schools that made the worst schools list. Schools make the worst list by having 50 percent or less of the students passing any reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, or science TAKS test in any two of the three years : 2006, 2007 and 2008 or the school was rated Academically Unacceptable in 2006, 2007 or 2008.

High Schools

A Maceo Smith High School
Bryan Adams High School
David W Carter High School
Emmett Conrad High School
H Grady Spruce High School
Justin F Kimball High School
L G Pinkston High School
Lincoln High School
Moises Molina High School
North Dallas High School
Roosevelt High School
Seagoville High School
South Oak Cliff High School
Thomas Jefferson High School
W H Adamson High School
W W Samuell High School
Woodrow Wilson High School

Middle Schools

Benjamin Franklin Middle
Boude Storey Middle
D A Hulcy Middle
E B Comstock Middle
L V Stockard Middle
Maynard Jackson Middle
O W Holmes Middle
Pearl C Anderson Middle
Robert T Hill Middle
Sarah Zumwalt Middle
Thomas J Rusk Middle

Elementary Schools

Annie Webb Blanton Elementary
Ascher Silberstein Elementary
Birdie Alexander Elementary
C A Tatum Jr Elementary
Eduardo Mata Elementary
Edward Titche Elementary
Frederick Douglass Elementary
George W Truett Elementary
Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary
J N Ervin Elementary
Jill Stone Elementary
John Ireland Elementary
John W Carpenter Elementary
Kleberg Elementary
Maria Moreno Elementary
Mark Twain Elementary
Nancy J Cochran Elementary
Nancy Moseley Elementary
Pleasant Grove Elementary
Roger Q Mills Elementary
Stevens Park Elementary
Umphrey Lee Elementary
W H Gaston Middle
W W Bushman Elementary

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