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Nash-Rocky Mount Schools ,North Carolina

Overview of Nash-Rocky Mount Schools

Nash-Rocky Mount Schools has the following schools: 29 schools with 14,415 students. The minority population of the district is at 80%. Additionally, 50.4% of students are economically marginalized.

Schools in the District

Preschools 9

Elementary Schools


Middle Schools


High Schools


Students at Nash-Rocky Mount Schools

The student population at the schools that are part of Nash-Rocky Mount Schools is 28.7 percent White, 52.4% Black, 0.9 percent Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander 13.7 percentage Hispanic/Latino 0.5 percent American Indian or Alaska Native and 0.1 percent Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. Furthermore, 3.6% of students have two at least one race, and zero percent have not stated their race or ethnicity.

Furthermore 49% pupils are girls and 51 percent among students is male. At Nash-Rocky Mountain School, 50.4% of students are eligible to take part in the federal free and reduced cost meals program. 5.4 percent from students have English learning.

Teachers at Nash-Rocky Mount Schools

In this Schools 100.0 percent of teachers are licensed and 93.0 percent have at least three years of teaching experience. The ratio of students to teachers is greater than the state average at 16:1. The district employs 27 full-time counselors.

Ratio of student-teachers


Test Scores

In this Schools 28% of the elementary students scored in the level of proficiency for reading, while 22% of them tested at or above this threshold for math. Additionally 28 percent of middle school students test at or above the level of proficiency in reading, and 16% were tested at or above this standard for math. Furthermore, 39 percent from high school pupils were tested to or over the level of proficiency in reading, while 19% of them tested at or above the proficient standard for math.

Finances at this Schools

Nash-Rocky Mountain Schools allocates on students each year at a cost of $10,189. The district earns an annual income of $149,393,000. The district’s total expenditure is $6,035.9 million on education, $3,182.6 million on support services, and $533.2 million on other costs.


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