Cumberland County Schools (CCS) is proud to announce the district's performance and growth data for the 2021-22 school year, which was released by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) on the morning of Thursday, Sept. 1.
NCDPI's 2021-22 accountability report includes performance and growth data for schools and districts statewide as well as overall state performance. The results are based on an analysis of end-of-grade (EOG) and end-of-course (EOC) tests, which are aligned to the North Carolina Standards Course of Study in English Language Arts/Reading (ELA/Reading) and Mathematics and the Essential Standards in Science. The results provide the percentage of students who scored at Level 3 and above (grade level proficiency), at Level 4 and above (college and career readiness) and at each academic achievement level.
Seventy-First Classical Middle School scored in the top ten of the 55 schools that exceeded their growth projections in the 21-22 school year. This achievement should be celebrated for both the staff and the students who worked hard last year to make the Great Comeback a reality.