Most of the School Performance Profiles -- which for the first time give each school a single academic score based on test scores, growth of test scores, graduation rates and other factors -- were released in October.
However, the state suppressed the scores of more than 620 schools -- mostly high and middle schools -- after concerns about accuracy.
The state Wednesday released all of the profiles, including information on how each was computed and statewide test scores.
Overall, 2,181 schools -- nearly 73 percent of public schools -- received an academic score of 70 or higher. In Allegheny County, about 71 percent did so.