We asked the schools of the US to rank their most students based on a scale from 0 to 100.

Schools are grouped by their percentage of students who are proficient in English or math.

The schools with the lowest percentage of proficient English or mathematics students in the nation are listed in bold.

We also ranked the schools by their average percentage of kids who are learning English at home, with schools that have more students in homes than in public schools, and schools that offer more English classes in private and public schools.

We then ranked the highest-ranked schools by the percentage of math and English proficiency students in each school.

The top schools in each of these categories were listed in italics.

Below, you can find the rankings in descending order of their average students in math and language skills.

We have also made our best guesses at which schools have the highest percentages of students proficient in math or English. 

In the top 10 schools, the average percentage proficient in both math and writing is 1.9.

The second- and third-highest schools, meanwhile, have averages of 1.7 and 1.5, respectively. 

But the lowest schools are the ones with the highest percentage of children learning English.

The lowest-ranked of these are the New Jersey and Massachusetts schools with averages of 0.7, 0.6, and 0.5. 

The states with the fewest students learning English have schools with average scores of 0, 0, and 1 in the math and written language categories. 

Here are the top 20 highest-rated schools by students in English and math. 

 #1 New Jersey: 1.8%