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Springbrook High School , Maryland

Overview of Springbrook High School

Springbrook High School is ranked 54th in Maryland. Students can be able to take advanced Placement(r) examinations and coursework. This AP(r) student participation at this School is 75 percent. The overall minority enrollment is 94% and 52 percent of students are disadvantaged. This High School is 1 of the 30 high schools within Montgomery County Public Schools. 

Springbrook High School 2022 Rankings

It is placed at number 2,386 on the National Rankings. Schools are judged based by their performance on state-required exams, their graduation rate, and the extent to which their students are prepared for university. Learn more about our methodology for determining the top Schools for High School.

All Rankings

  • #2,386in National Rankings
  • #54in Maryland High Schools
  • #61in Washington, DC Metro Area High Schools
  • #18in Montgomery County Public Schools High Schools
  • #227in Magnet High Schools

Ranking Factors

How this School performed in the national and state level out of 17,843 nationally-ranked schools as well as 211 schools in Maryland.

Students/Teachers at Springbrook High School

These numbers as well as percentages of students and teachers are based on data submitted from schools and the federal government.

Total Enrollment

1,694

Test Scores at this High School

U.S. News calculates these school rankings according to the performance of students on state-required tests as well as internationally accessible exams on college-level course work (AP(r) as well as IB tests).

College Readiness Index

53.3/100

School Data

Information about school profiles is based upon government data.

Graduation Rate

83 percent (somewhat less than the that of the state median)

Grades Served

9-12

Setting

Large Suburb

Charter School

No

Magnet School

Yes

Eligible for Title I Funding

Yes

District

This information is pertaining to high schools that are run by the state-operating agency. A lot of districts have only one school.

Total Schools

30

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