The scores from a recent evaluation of the public schools throughout New York State has revealed the worst school districts in upstate New York. Surprisingly, there are a significant number of schools in Central New York that didn't make the grade.

The study was conducted by Niche.com with a number of factors including state test scores, college readiness, math and English proficiency, teacher quality and more.

Here are the 11 Central New York schools that made the worst list:

#41 Oswego City School District

Oswego, Oswego County

Students: 3912
Student/teacher ratio: 13:1
Spending per student:$22,003
Over grade: C
Percent proficient in math 45%:
Percent  proficient in reading:36%:
Percent graduation rate: 75%:

#40 Frankfort-Schuyler Central School District

Frankfort Herkimer,Herkimer County

Students:1004
Student/teacher ratio14:1
Spending per student $16,035
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math: 55%
Percent proficient in reading: 49%
Percent graduation rate:72%:

#34 Norwich City School District

Norwich, Chenango County

Students:1,936:
Student/teacher ratio12:1
Spending per student:$20,738
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math: 46%
Percent proficient in reading: 36%
Percent graduation rate: 77%:

#30 Harrisville Central School District

Harrisville, Lewis County

Students 408
Student/teacher ratio11:1
Spending per student: $21,002
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math: 32%
Percent proficient in reading: 30%
Percent graduation rate: 75%:

#29 McGraw Central School District

McGraw, Cortland County

Students:543
Student/teacher ratio 9:1
Spending per student: $20,566
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math 31%
Percent proficient in reading 27%
Percent Graduation rate 85%

# 26 Owen D. Young Central School District

Van Hornesville, Herkimer

Students:199
Student/teacher ratio10:1
Spending per student: $$32,272
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math: 42%
Percent proficient in reading 42%
Percent graduation rate:: unlisted
reading 27%
Percent graduation rate:85%

# 24 Johnstown City School District

Johnstown, Fulton County

Students:1,809
Student/teacher ratio14:1
Spending per student $15,923
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math 43%
Percent proficient in reading 38%
Percent graduation rate:82%

# 22 General Brown Central School

Dexter, Jefferson County

Students: 1,564
Student/teacher ratio18:1
Spending per student $12,816
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math 50%
Percent proficient in reading 33%
Percent graduation rate:92%

# 19 Syracuse City School District

Syracuse, Onondaga County

Students:21,110
Student/teacher ratio15:1
Spending per student :$20,115
Overall grade:C
Percent proficient in math 21%
Percent proficient in reading 17%
Percent graduation rate: 56%

# 13 Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District

Parish, Oswego County

Students:1,297
Student/teacher ratio13:1
Spending per student $21,129
Overall grade: C-
Percent proficient in math 36%
Percent proficient in reading 24%
Percent graduation rate:62%

# 8 Canastota Central School Dstrict

Canastota, Madison County

Students 1,429:
Student/teacher ratio 12:1
Spending per student $17,377
Overall grade: C-
Percent proficient in math: 45%
Percent proficient in reading: 38%
Percent graduation rate: 77%

If you are planning a move in the near future to New York State or a different location in the state and you have children still in school you will want to spend some time with this information and see if it impacts your move or your thinking. Hopefully, you won't find a great house smack in the middle of a terrible school system This information may help you avoid just that from happening.

[Niche.com via New York Upstate]