GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — The state of Colorado gives every school in the state a yearly score based on their academic achievement. The state gives points to schools to assign these ratings, the more points, the better. D51 had 27 schools receive a performance rating, the highest level of achievement Colorado recognizes during the 2022-2023 school year.

Superintendent Dr. Brian Hill’s goal for this school year is to have 90 percent of D51’s schools reach either the improvement or performance rating.

Schools to earn a performance rating:

  • Appleton elementary school
  • Broadway elementary school
  • Chatfield elementary school
  • Chipeta elementary school
  • Dual immersion academy
  • East Middle School
  • Fruita Monument High School
  • Grand Junction High School
  • Independence academy
  • Juniper Ridge Community School
  • Lincoln Orchard Mesa Elementary School
  • Loma elementary school
  • Mesa View Elementary School
  • Monument Ridge Elementary School
  • Mount Garfield Middle School
  • New Emerson Elementary School
  • Orchard Avenue Elementary School
  • Palisade high school
  • Pomona elementary school
  • Redlands middle school
  • Rimrock elementary school
  • Scenic elementary school
  • Shelledy elementary school
  • Taylor elementary school
  • Tope elementary school
  • West middle school
  • Wingate elementary school