Why does Redfin show school data?
School data is essential to families looking for their dream home, which is why we partner with GreatSchools.org to give you ratings and parent reviews of local schools in the areas where you're searching for homes.
Where does Redfin source its school data?
School information comes from GreatSchools.org. GreatSchools collects data from all 51 state education departments and the federal government to provide analysis, insights, and school quality ratings for parents, partners, researchers, and policymakers.
How do I search for homes close to a particular school?
Go to Redfin.com and use the search box to search for a school by name. Or type a city or zip code into the search box and click a school icon on the map to see more information about the school.
Where do I find school information on the map page?
School information will appear on the right side pane below the result table of homes. You'll see the GreatSchools rating and parent rating, along with other details about the school.
How do I know which schools are in a home's service area?
Each home listing includes a chart that shows up to five schools in its service area. Click the School option at the top of any listing to see the nearest elementary, middle, and high schools. If available, the ratings from GreatSchools and parent reviews are also included.
Is school data guaranteed?
No, the service areas shown should only be used as a reference, and a home's proximity to a school is not a guarantee of enrollment. To verify enrollment eligibility for a property, please ask your agent or contact the school directly.