School Performance Grades…
State education leaders released Wednesday the school performance results for the 2014-15 school year. The General Assembly requires every North Carolina public school to receive an A through F performance grade.
The grades are based on standardized end-of-grade tests in reading and math for grades three through eight, science in grades five and eight and end-of-course tests in three high school subjects. High schools are also evaluated on their graduation rate, ACT and ACT WorkKeys results and percentage of students who complete Math III.
|School Name||System||School Grade|
|Growth Status||Grade Level %||Free/Reduced Lunch|
|Sterling Montessori Academy||Charter Schools||A+ – 87||Exceeded||87.1||1%|