All Madison schools made passing grades in new, more stringent report cards released by the state Department of Public Instruction.
Most Wisconsin schools meet or exceed expectations in the testing.
The report cards of more than 2,100 public schools released Monday assign scores of between 0 and 100 based on student achievement, student growth in reading and math, graduation rates and closing of achievement gaps between different groups of students.
More than 85 percent of schools meet or exceed expectations.
Only 76 schools failed to meet expectations, the lowest possible ranking.
In Madison,the three elementary schools with the highest ratings were Lapham, Franklin, Marquette.�
Madison middle schools with the highest scores were Hamilton, O?Keefe and Spring Harbor.� Middle schools with the lowest scores were Blackhawk, James Wright and Sherman.
Lindbergh, Hawthorne and Sandburg elementary schools had the lowest ratings.