Johnson Siding school information

IndexJohnson SidingSouth DakotaNational
Average Test Scoresn/a73%68%
Student/Teacher ration/a14:116:1
Total public schoolsn/a34079,235
Total private schoolsn/a7624,875
Total post-secondary schoolsn/a257,965

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  • The average school test scores in Johnson Siding are equal to the national average.
  • There are approximately n/a public schools in Johnson Siding.
  • 87.2% of people in Johnson Siding have completed 8th grade.
  • 84.3% of people in Johnson Siding have completed high school.
  • 38.4% of people in Johnson Siding have completed a bachelors degree.

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Education level achieved in Johnson Siding

IndexJohnson SidingSouth DakotaNational
Completed 8th grade87.2%89.0%83.8%
Completed high school84.3%86.3%82.4%
Completed some college72.7%59.2%58.4%
Completed associate degree50.6%37.2%37.2%
Completed bachelors38.4%26.7%29.3%
Completed masters13.8%8.0%11.0%
Completed professional degree0.0%2.4%3.2%
Completed doctorate0.0%1.1%1.3%

Highest level of education achieved in Johnson Siding (high school & post-secondary)

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City, StatePopulationAvg. Test ScoresNational Avg.
Hill City, SD1,17172%6%
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Johnson Siding, SD653n/a 
Source: The Johnson Siding, SD education data displayed above is derived from the United States Census Bureau and from the National Center for Education Statistics. The average school test scores are based on all schools that completed test scores within the state. Average test scores are conducted by each state independently and the type of tests may change from one state to another. Test scores were not available for all schools within the state, but were available for the vast majority.