As debates rage on about how important state test scores should be in education policymaking, and to what extent they actually reflect student learning, one thing is clear: They continue to have consequences for schools and families.

Last week, state officials released overall numbers that show New York City’s scores ticked up — with 40.6 percent of the city’s students proficient (scoring level 3 or above) in English and 37.8 percent proficient in math.

Still, there are significant variations between schools, so we’ve created a database that lets you quickly find your school’s scores from the 2016-17 school year.