Tom Smart, Deseret News
Reza Hussain studies in math class at Cyprus High School prior to the release of this year's school grades, federal accountability and PACE reports by the Utah State Office of Education, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, in Magna. The reports are based on this year's SAGE data, which showed improvement from last year.
On Tuesday, the Utah State Office of Education released the results of the Utah state grading system.
Each school's grade is based on a score that measures student achievement and academic growth.
High schools also are graded on graduation rates and the percentage of students who meet all four college- and career-ready benchmarks on the ACT.
Click through the list to see the top 20 highest scoring high schools for the 2014-15 school year.
Click through this list to see the state's 20 lowest scoring high schools
Click through this list to see Utah's 20 highest scoring elementary schools
Click through this list to see the 20 lowest scoring elementary schools in Utah
For an in-depth look at Utah school grades, read
Grades for Utah schools rise, mirroring growth in SAGE assessment.
Note: These lists focus on high schools beginning at 9th or 10th grades and ending at 11th or 12th grades, and elementary schools from K up to 5th or 6th grades.