CLINTON HILL — Students at a Clinton Hill elementary school had the highest scores on state exams in its Brooklyn district.
P.S. 11, The Purvis J. Behan Elementary School at 419 Waverly Ave., had the highest number of students who passed the state’s English Language Arts and math exams in District 13, according to Department of Education data.
At P.S. 11, 73.5 percent of students passed the ELA exam and 68.6 percent passed the math exam, records show.
Test scores jumped up from the previous school year, when just 53 percent of students passed the ELA exam and 60 percent passed math, according to DOE records.
The school enrolled 831 students during the 2015-16 year and had an attendance rate of 94 percent, according to Inside Schools. Roughly 44 percent of students receive free lunch.
District 13 covers a swath of Brooklyn, including Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Downtown Brooklyn, Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Park Slope and Gowanus.
A representative from P.S. 11 could not be reached for comment Friday.
Citywide, about 38 percent of students met Common Core standards on the ELA exam, and 36.4 passed the math exam. District 2 in Manhattan and District 26 in Queens performed the highest on the tests citywide.
DNAinfo New York mapped out the test results below, coloring each school based on the percent of students in the third through eighth grades that passed the ELA or math exams.
Click on your school to see how it fared on each exam, as well as where it ranked among schools in its district.