While student performance in a single year is important, sometimes you can learn more about a school's progress by looking at performance trends over a few years. This graph shows how the percentage of students passing the mathematics tests has changed from one school year to the next. Look for a line that increases as the graph is read from left to right. This means that more students are passing tests from one year to the next. Small increases on this graph can amount to substantial improvements in the numbers of passing students depending on a school's size.
Student performance on the state's End-of-Grade tests is reported in levels ranging from I-IV. Students are considered to be at or above grade level if they receive a score of Achievement Level III or IV on the state's tests.
To view performance data by individual grades, click on the triangle symbol beneath each graph.
For additional details about achievement levels and End-of-Grade tests, please visit the NC Department of Public Instructionís ABCs website. For more technical information about these data and its sources, please see the see the Data Sources & Information Guide.