School ratings are a major factor for prospective homeowners trying to decide what neighborhood to buy in.
The Neighborhood Journal will feature a different school in the Northeast and Northwest Albuquerque three times a week to help you understand how schools in those neighborhoods are performing.
Below you will find stats and rankings from Greatschools.org that will help you navigate the school scores in your neighborhood.
Lyndon B. Johnson Middle School
Lyndon B. Johnson Middle School was established in 1992 in Northwest Albuquerque.
The GreatSchool Summary Rating, which includes test scores (6/10), academic progress (5/10) and equity (5/10), is 5/10 for LBJ.
The school has 751 students in grades 6-8, a ratio of 13:1 students per teacher.
One reviewer wrote: “While the school is large, I have found the teachers, staff and volunteers to be dedicated, helpful workers. They are challenging my son (6th grade) with his schoolwork, and I believe they are putting forth their best efforts for their students.”
Another reviewer wrote: “Started off great. When my daughter approached 7th grade, girl we’re trying to jump her for no reason. The faculty there did nothing to stop the bullying and prevent it. We had to switch schools. One of teachers kept calling names such as stupid, and pathetic. Two years later my son started there. When 7th grade started, same problem occurred. The faculty did nothing to help or stop. The principal was very rude as long as the other teachers and counselors talked to me like I was stupid. I was constantly down in the office. Some teachers there are great, but others don’t take interest in the students. The front office, counselors, and principals are very unfriendly. I don’t recommend this school.”