The Louisiana Department of Education today released scores for public schools across the state.

Overall, schools run by the Orleans Parish School Board and Recovery School District received a C grade. That includes almost all schools in the city.

Here are scores for all schools in New Orleans. Statewide, parish-level, and individual school scores are available on the department’s website.

School2016 Grade2016 Score2015 Grade2015 Score
Akili Academy of New OrleansD62.2C67
Algiers Technology AcademyD59.7D54.5
Alice M. Harte Elementary Charter SchoolA104.3A100
Andrew H. Wilson Charter School^T68.9F39.7
Arise AcademyF43.4D47.8
Arthur Ashe Charter SchoolC77.7C73.2
Audubon Charter SchoolA112.2A116.9
Benjamin Franklin Elementary Mathematics and Science SchoolB95.4B91.4
Benjamin Franklin High School†A140.3A138.9
Cohen College PrepC79B88
Crescent Leadership Academy‡F17F20.2
Dr. Martin Luther King Charter School for Sci/TechC78.6B91.6
Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary SchoolD57C71.3
Edgar P. Harney Spirit of Excellence AcademyD64.2C76.2
Edna Karr High SchoolA106.9A111.1
Edward Hynes Charter SchoolA113.7A107.1
Einstein Charter SchoolC75.1C83.5
Eleanor McMain Secondary SchoolB89.2B88.9
ENCORE AcademyC77.7C70.9
Esperanza Charter SchoolB89C72.2
Fannie C. Williams Charter SchoolD57.2C66.3
G.W. Carver Collegiate AcademyD67.1C73.6
G. W. Carver Preparatory Academy*D53.1D59.1
Gentilly Terrace Charter SchoolD58.7D52
Harriet Tubman Charter SchoolC79.9C81.4
Homer A. Plessy Community SchoolD52.4D49.1
International High School of New OrleansC81B85.6
International School of LouisianaA100.6A102.5
James M. Singleton Charter SchoolC69D47.4
Joseph A. Craig Charter SchoolD49.1D53.2
Joseph S. Clark Preparatory High SchoolD51.3D62.4
KIPP Believe College PrepC84.4C78.8
KIPP Central City AcademyB93.2B85.4
KIPP Central City PrimaryC81.6C75.1
KIPP McDonogh 15 School for the Creative ArtsC76.7C79
KIPP New Orleans Leadership AcademyC73.2D64.5
KIPP Renaissance High SchoolA100B96.8
Lafayette AcademyC80.8B89.6
Lake Area New Tech Early College High SchoolC75.1C79.4
Lake Forest Elementary Charter School†A127.5A123.8
Langston Hughes Charter AcademyD63.3**D59
Lawrence D. Crocker College PrepD58.6T69.2
L.B. Landry-O.P. Walker College and Career Preparatory High SchoolD58.7D61.5
Lusher Charter School†A137A130.3
Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-OrléansA105.6B95
Mahalia Jackson Elementary SchoolC79.9C69.7
Martin Behrman Elementary SchoolC76.4C75.8
Mary Bethune Elementary Literature/TechnologyB89.5B95
Mary D. Coghill Charter SchoolC75.1C80.4
McDonogh No. 32 Elementary SchoolF44.7D54.5
McDonogh No. 35 AcademyD61.5D56.3
McDonogh No. 35 College Preparatory SchoolC76.5C70.3
McDonogh No. 42 Charter SchoolF45.8D62.6
Mildred Osborne Charter SchoolD54.7D50.8
Milestone AcademyD61C69.3
Morris Jeff Community SchoolC84.4B84.6
Nelson Elementary SchoolF45.9F41.2
New Orleans Center for Creative ArtsA119.6A107.9
New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High SchoolB94.4B98.6
New Orleans Military/Maritime AcademyB98.8A103.2
Paul Habans Charter SchoolD53.6F39.8
Phillis Wheatley Community SchoolD66.9D64.8
Pierre A. Capdau Learning AcademyC73.7C71.4
ReNEW Accelerated High School West Bank Campus‡F23F18.9
ReNEW Cultural Arts Academy at Live Oak ElementaryC72.2C74
ReNEW Dolores T. Aaron ElementaryC74.1C77.3
ReNEW McDonogh City Park Academy^D49.9D49.2
ReNEW Schaumburg ElementaryC73.1T73.6
ReNEW SciTech Academy at LaurelC 74.7B94.2
Robert Russa Moton Charter SchoolB85.9B88.4
Samuel J. Green Charter SchoolC79C73.6
Sci AcademyB 85.3B 96.3
Sophie B. Wright Charter SchoolB87.1C81
Success Preparatory AcademyC80.3**D56.9
Sylvanie Williams College PrepD54.7D52.4
The NET Charter High School‡F29.8F25.7
Warren Easton Senior High SchoolA100.7A109.4
William J. Fischer Elementary SchoolF36.2F39.6

T means the state didn’t issue a grade because the school was taken over by a new charter operator. The state doesn’t issue grades for the first two years after a takeover of a failing school.
*School closed after 2015-16 school year
†Selective admission
‡Alternative school
^Changed charter group after 2014-15 school year
Cypress Academy, Foundation Preparatory Academy, and KIPP Community East Primary are not listed because they don’t have testing grades.

A school’s grade is based on its School Performance Score, but there are two grading scales.

High schools and combination schools (for instance, middle and high school):

A100.0-150.0
B85.0–99.9
C70.0–84.9
D50.0–69.9
F0.0-49.9

Elementary:

A100.0-150.0
B85.0–99.9
C67.1–84.9
D47.2-67
F0.0-47.1

**Correction: This story originally misreported Langston Hughes’ score. For Success Prep, the state originally reported a score of 78.9 but changed it to 80.3 after the school appealed. (Nov. 7, 2017)

Marta Jewson covers education in New Orleans for The Lens. She began her reporting career covering charter schools for The Lens and helped found the hyperlocal news site Mid-City Messenger. Jewson returned to New Orleans in the fall of 2014 after covering education for the St. Cloud Times in Minnesota. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with majors in journalism and social welfare and a concentration in educational policy studies.