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2986 Traphill Rd
Hays, NC 28635
(336) 957-8601

North Wilkes High
 

 Wilkes County Schools
Grades 09-12
Regular School
Traditional Calendar

 

STUDENT PERFORMANCE
North Carolina students in grades 3-8 must complete annual ABCs End-of-Grade tests in reading, mathematics and science (grades 5 and 8). Students enrolled in the following courses must complete End-of-Course tests: English I, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry (will be eliminated in the 2010-11 school year), Biology, Physical Science, Civics & Economics, and US History. Results from tests taken by students in this school are reported below.


Overall Student Performance
In any group where the percentage of students at a grade level is greater than 95% or less than 5%, the actual values may not be displayed because of federal privacy regulations. In these cases, the results will be shown as >95% or <5% for the group.

Performance of Students in Each Course on the ABCs End-of-Course Tests
Percentage of students' scores at or above grade level*

English I

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

Biology

Chemistry

Physical Science

Physics

   Civics   & Economics

US History

Our School

84.7%

65.6%

52.8%

74.3%

88.9%

---

87.6%

---

78.2%

78.7%

# of Tests Taken

183

64

125

144

180

---

201

---

142

174

District

87.4%

72.5%

84.3%

89.7%

85.4%

---

87.4%

---

85.7%

79.6%

State

82.4%

77.8%

84.9%

82.3%

81.2%

---

76.4%

---

78.7%

81.6%

* If the number of students in a category is 5 or fewer, then results are not shown and are represented by a N/A.
* Chemistry and Physics tests were eliminated from the ABCs effective 2009-10.



Performance of Each Student Group on the ABCs End-of-Course Tests
The percentage of passing scores on the state End-of-Course tests grouped by gender, ethnicity and other factors.*

All

Male

Female

White

Black

Hispanic

American
Indian

Asian/
Pacific
Islander

Multi-
Racial

E.D.

N.E.D.

L.E.P.

Migrant
Students

Students
with
Disabilities

Our School

78.6%

77.7%

79.6%

79.2%

75.0%

66.7%

N/A

N/A

78.9%

74.1%

83.5%

53.1%

N/A

52.6%

# of Tests Taken

1,213

606

607

1,128

12

51

N/A

N/A

19

626

587

32

N/A

95

District

84.7%

84.4%

85.0%

86.1%

75.2%

71.8%

N/A

>95%

85.7%

78.3%

90.2%

55.6%

N/A

58.4%

State

80.7%

80.1%

81.3%

88.5%

67.0%

74.1%

71.7%

88.0%

83.3%

70.9%

87.9%

55.8%

62.3%

54.9%

*If the number of students in a category is fewer than five, then results are not shown and are represented by a N/A.
E.D. = Economically Disadvantaged Students

N.E.D. = Not Economically Disadvantaged Students

L.E.P. = Limited English Proficient Students

Click here for additional information on student performance by group.Click here for additional information on student performance by group.



Additional Student Performance Data

SAT
The percentage of high school seniors who took the SAT and combined scores on the SAT critical reading and SAT mathematics. Scores from the new writing portion of the SAT are not included in these percentages.

Participation Rate (%)

Average Total SAT Score

Our School

29%

1,063

District

39%

1,023

State

63%

1,008

Nation

47%

1,017



SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
Each year, schools in North Carolina may receive several designations based on their performance on the state's ABCs tests. Those designations are awarded on the basis of the percentage of students performing at grade level and on whether students have learned as much as they are expected to learn in one year. The designations earned by your school are displayed below, followed by a brief description of each designation.

Our School's Designation(s): No Recognition

Percent of Schools
with Designation

Designation

Performance:
Students performing at grade level

Growth:
Learning achieved in one year

District

State

High
Growth

Expected
Growth

Expected
Growth
Not Achieved

Honor School of Excellence

At least 90% of students at grade level and the school made adequate yearly progress (AYP)

if check, high growth if check, expected growth --

17%

11%

School of Excellence

At least 90% of students at grade level

if check, high growth if check, expected growth --

0%

3%

School of Distinction

80 to 90% of students at grade level

if check, high growth if check, expected growth --

33%

35%

School of Progress

60 to 80% of students at grade level

if check, high growth if check, expected growth --

0%

28%

No Recognition

60 to 100% of students at grade level

-- -- if check, expected growth not achieved

33%

18%

Priority School

50 to 60% of students at grade level
or
Less than 50% of students at grade level

if check, high growth if check, expected growth if check, expected growth not achieved

17%

5%

Low Performing

Less than 50% of students at grade level

-- -- if check, expected growth not achieved

0%

0%



Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Results
North Carolina has set target goals that schools must meet to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.

AYP

Targets

Our school did not make adequate yearly progress.

We met 10 of our 13 performance targets.  

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Title I School Improvement Status
Under No Child Left Behind (NCLB), schools enter Title I School Improvement status by not meeting target goals in the same subject (reading or mathematics) for two years in a row. A school in Title I School Improvement status must take certain measures to improve performance. Below is the status of the current year (2010-11) based on 2009-10 data.
Our school is not in Title I School Improvement.
Click here for information on student performance on End of Course tests by group and subject. Click here for information on student performance on End of Course tests by group and subject.

AYP Cohort Graduation Rate
This reflects the cohort percentage of students who graduated with a regular diploma in four years or less (the four-year Cohort Graduation Rate) or for schools with a five-year program, it reflects the five-year graduation rate.
Our school met its cohort graduation target.

Cohort Graduation Rate

Our School

74.7%

District

74.6%

State

74.2%


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Highly Qualified Teachers
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