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School Report Cards for 2014-2015
School Report Cards for 2014-2015
Posted on 12/01/2015

School Report Card Snapshots have been loaded for your convenience directly through the BCS website, please click HERE to download the report card for your student's school. 

North Carolina School Report Cards offer a one-stop information source that puts a comprehensive collection of data at your fingertips with the click of a mouse. The 2014-15 Report Cards feature state-, district- and school-level information about student performance and attendance, class size, school safety, teacher quality and classroom technology.

Follow this LINK to access School Report Cards through the Department of Public Instruction. 

“This is the 14th year North Carolina has provided a comprehensive resource for information on public school indicators,” said State Superintendent June Atkinson. “The information contained in the NC School Report Cards will help parents and the public better understand how schools are preparing students for the future.”

The SAS software powering the Report Cards allows for side-by-side comparisons. However, since schools are structured differently from one another in terms of size, grade levels, student populations served, and the programs offered, the Report Cards should not be used to rank schools.

School officials will be distributing local Snapshots, summary versions of the Report Cards, to parents across the state this month.

Atkinson said that although the Snapshots offer a helpful summary of school-level information, parents should still visit the school and speak with the principal and teachers about their child’s education. “There is no better way to learn about your child’s school, including the programs it offers and its learning environment, then by visiting the school and talking with the staff who work there,” she said.

The North Carolina School Report Cards have been produced annually since 2001 to provide the public with information about local schools, districts and overall state data. The Report Cards site is searchable by school or school system name or by selecting desired school characteristics. 

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