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Franklin County Schools ‘Raises the Bar’ for student achievement; Zero schools in the District classified as low-performing

The September 4th release of the 2018-2019 school accountability results shows that 12 of the 16 Franklin County Schools (including all eight elementary schools) met or exceeded expectations, with zero schools rated as low-performing.

“Our teachers and staff continue to demonstrate a commitment to excellence in education, which helped the District improve from seven low-performing schools just five-years ago to zero with these latest results,” said Dr. Rhonda Schuhler, Superintendent of FCS. “We are proud of our teachers, staff and students. Together, we will continue to improve our performance through our commitment to building relationships that matter for our students and raising the bar for instruction in the classroom.”

Some of the District’s highlights include the following results:

  • Early College High: Earned an A for the third straight year; met growth expectations.
  • Bunn High: Earned a B for the fourth straight year; exceeded growth expectations.
  • Franklinton High: Earned a B for the third straight year; met growth expectations.
  • Edward Best Elementary: Earned a B for the fourth straight year; met growth expectations.
  • Long Mill Elementary: Earned a B; exceeded growth expectations.
  • Youngsville Elementary: Earned a B for the second straight year; met growth expectations.

For more information, contact Franklin County Schools’ District Office, 919-496-2600.