You have raised a very good question. First, the raw scores you provided don't really tell us anything, as it is difficult to attempt to figure out what they mean without knowing the state and whether or not the score you provided is a scale score, raw score or whatever.
So here is the general response. Under the NCLB (No Child Left Behind) legislation, if your school's achievement levels are way below acceptable levels for a period of two or more years, you have the right to transfer to another school that is performing at a higher level. Thus, I would have your parent(s) call your school and ask them about how to transfer to a higher performing school.
This is as specific as I can be, not knowing the background of the scores you have provided. But it never hurts to call the school with questions like this.