Schools Earn Highest Performing and Greatest Gains Awards from Governor’s Office
A total of six Fayette County schools are among the 218 Georgia public schools in 53 districts that received highest performance and/or greatest gains school awards from the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement based on scores from the College and Career Performance Index (CCRPI).
Highest performing schools must earn a three-year average CCRPI Achievement Score that ranks in at least the 93rd percentile. Greatest gains schools must earn a three-year average CCRPI Progress Score that ranks in at least the 93rd percentile. Each award category has a platinum, gold, silver, and bronze tier.
Kedron Elementary, McIntosh High and Peeples Elementary each earned awards in both greatest gains and highest performing categories. Kedron Elementary received a silver award in greatest gains and a platinum award in highest performing. McIntosh High earned a platinum award in greatest gains and a gold award in highest performing. Peeples Elementary received a gold award in greatest gains and a silver award in highest performing. These schools are among just 51 in 14 districts that received awards in both categories.
Both Braelinn Elementary and Peachtree City Elementary received a silver award in the highest performing category, and Rising Starr Middle received a gold award in the highest performing category. A total of 130 schools across 22 districts received highest performing awards.
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