COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN)--The Ohio Department of Education has released the state report cards for individual school districts and buildings for the 2017-18 school year.
The districts are given an overall grade of A through F based on six major factors, including achievement, progress, closing the gap for vulnerable students, graduation rates, and preparing students for success.
Across Franklin County, Columbus City Schools received an overall F, with Whitehall, Reynoldsburg, South Western City, and Canal Winchester Schools getting an overall D.
Groveport Madison, Hamilton, Hilliard and Westerville City Schools all received an overall C. Dublin, Gahanna-Jefferson, Upper Arlington, Grandview Heights, and Worthington schools all got an overall B.
New Albany-Plain Local Schools and Bexley City Schools both received an overall A.
The ODE released a searchable database of each school that was scored, with that data available by clicking here.