AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Local school districts received their scores on the recently released 2017-2018 Alabama State Department of Education scorecard.

According to the report, the Auburn City School System received an overall score of 91, with each individual school except for the East Samford School receiving an A score.

Opelika City Schools received an overall score of 84. The only schools in the system to earn A scores were Jeter Primary School and Morris Avenue Intermediate School, all other schools earned B scores. 

Lee County Schools did not fare as well with the system earning an overall score of a C. No Lee County schools scored higher than a B, with the lowest score for the county given to Loachapoka Elementary School at 63.

You can view the entire state report here.