PROFICIENCY 25% 43% lower than state average
School Rankings Proficiency Averages
23%Deaf and Blind Schools
44%North Carolina

Gov. Morehead School For The Blind is a school servicing grades KG to 12 and is located in the district of "Deaf and Blind Schools" in Raleigh, NC. There are a total of 37 students and 18 teachers at Gov. Morehead School For The Blind, for a student to teacher ratio of 3 to 1. There are a total of 34 free lunch students and 0 reduced lunch students.

Gov. Morehead School For The Blind has an average proficiency test score (in mathematics and languages) of 25.0%, which is 43% lower than the North Carolina average.


Student/Teacher ratio3:1
Free lunch34
Reduced lunch0


Advanced Placement
AP enrollment0
Taking some courses0
Taking some courses (not tests)0
Passing some courses0
Passing no courses0

Advanced placement (AP) is a program that offers high school students the ability to take college level courses and exams. These programs were created to be at the same level of most first year university courses. If the students were successful in the AP programs, they could potentially receive advanced placement, credit or exemptions when they go on to university. At Gov. Morehead School For The Blind, there are a total of n/a students enrolled in advanced placement courses, with n/a taking some courses.

Proficiency in mathematics comparison

Proficiency in languages comparison

Proficiency in mathematics by grade

All<= 20%
8< 50%
High Schooln/a

Proficiency in languages by grade

8< 50%
High Schooln/a

The proficiency in math and languages tables represent the percentage of students that scored at or above the proficiency level on their standardized state assessment tests. Although these tests are standardized within each state, the tests may vary from state to state. Comparing the results of one state to another may not always be an accurate or fair comparison.

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Gov. Morehead School For The Blind race/ethnicity breakdown

RaceSchoolDistrictNorth CarolinaNational
Caucasian 57.9% 38.8% 51.3% 51.1%
African American 26.3% 35.4% 26.0% 15.9%
Asian 5.3% 2.2% 2.8% 4.7%
Hispanic or Latino 10.5% 20.2% 14.5% 23.6%
American Indian and Alaskan 0.0% 1.1% 1.5% 1.2%
Hawaiian 0.0% 0.0% 0.2% 0.4%
Multiracial 0.0% 2.2% 3.7% 3.1%

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Raleigh demographics profile

StatisticRaleighNorth CarolinaNational
Population density (sq mi)3,04218191
Median age32.938.337.7
Male/Female ratio0.9:11.0:11.0:1
Married (15yrs & older)46%57%55%
Speak English83%89%79%
Speak Spanish10%7%13%

Education level achieved in Raleigh

IndexRaleighNorth CarolinaNational
Completed 8th grade89.8%83.4%84.3%
Completed high school88.9%81.9%83.0%
Completed some college75.4%59.9%59.4%
Completed associate degree57.0%38.1%38.5%
Completed bachelors49.2%29.0%30.3%
Completed masters17.2%10.2%11.5%
Completed professional degree4.8%2.9%3.3%
Completed doctorate2.1%1.3%1.3%
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Source: The Gov. Morehead School For The Blind data displayed above is derived from the 2016 National Center for Education Statistics and from the U.S. Department of Education.