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60%
  • Bush Elementary.
  • 908 Wood St, Fulton
  • FULTON 58
  • Grades: KG - 5 · Students: 415
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 16:1
57%
  • Bartley Elementary.
  • 603 S Bus 54, Fulton
  • FULTON 58
  • Grades: KG - 5 · Students: 269
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 14:1
57%
  • Mcintire Elementary.
  • 706 Hickman Ave, Fulton
  • FULTON 58
  • Grades: PK - 5 · Students: 458
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 13:1
50%
  • Wheeler High
  • 505 E 5th St, Fulton
  • MO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
  • Grades: 9 - 12 · Students: 31
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 2:1
50%
  • Wheeler Middle School
  • 505 E 5th St, Fulton
  • MO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
  • Grades: 6 - 8 · Students: 12
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 3:1
50%
  • Stark Elementary.
  • 505 E 5th St, Fulton
  • MO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
  • Grades: KG - 5 · Students: 17
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 4:1
47%
  • Fulton Sr. High
  • 1 Hornet Dr, Fulton
  • FULTON 58
  • Grades: 9 - 12 · Students: 622
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 15:1
41%
  • Fulton Middle School
  • 403 E Tenth, Fulton
  • FULTON 58
  • Grades: 6 - 8 · Students: 487
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 15:1
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  • Rosa Parks Center
  • 211 W 12th St, Fulton
  • DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICE
  • Grades: 6 - 12 · Students: 10
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 7:1
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  • Fulton Treatment Center.
  • Po Box 847, Fulton
  • DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICE
  • Grades: 6 - 12 · Students: 32
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 8:1
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Fulton school information

IndexFultonMissouriNational
Average Test Scores51%51%49%
Student/Teacher ratio9:114:116:1
Total public schools111,89979,221
Total private schools353124,874
Total post-secondary schools22137,963
The Fulton, MO educational system consists of 11 public schools, 3 private schools and 2 post-secondary schools. Fulton public schools have average test scores of 51% which is 1% higher than than the Missouri average and 4% higher than than the national average. The student to teach ratio of Fulton public schools is 9:1, compared to 14:1 in Missouri and 16:1 across all of the United States. A total of 68.9% of students have completed 8th grade, 65.8% have completed high school, 14.2% have completed a bachelor’s degree and 1.4% have completed a doctorate degree.

Education level achieved in Fulton

IndexFultonMissouriNational
Completed 8th grade68.9%86.0%84.3%
Completed high school65.8%84.2%83.0%
Completed some college41.3%57.7%59.4%
Completed associate degree21.7%35.2%38.5%
Completed bachelors14.2%27.6%30.3%
Completed masters4.9%10.4%11.5%
Completed professional degree1.4%2.8%3.3%
Completed doctorate1.0%1.2%1.3%

Fulton, MO School Districts

Fulton 58 School District

There are a total of 11 public schools, 3 private schools and 2 post-secondary schools in Fulton. Using the proficiency score averages, the average test scores for Fulton, MO schools is 51%. The average student to teacher ratio is 9:1. In Fulton, MO, an average of 68.9% of students have completed 8th grade and an average of 65.8% have completed high school.

To customize your list of Fulton schools, you can start by sorting the list of schools by proficiency test score, school name or student to teacher ratio. Then you can select the grade levels that you would like to see, these include preschool, elementary, middle school and high school. Next, select the school type from the following options: charter, magnet, title I and title 1. Finally, you are able to filter your results by average proficiency score. Simply select the minimum proficiency score that you would like to see and only schools with that proficiency score or higher will appear on your list of Fulton, MO schools.

Source: The Fulton, MO education data displayed above is derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS) 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.