May 15, 2017

School Profiles

School Profiles
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This page contains key indicators to understand a school’s student achievement, school climate, and student population. Viewing multiple achievement and climate indicators helps to identify a school’s strengths and areas for improvement.

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Student Achievement
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School performance is color-coded as above average if it is at least one point higher than both the district and state averages, and color-coded as below average if it is at least one point lower than those averages. Values in-between are color-coded as average.

The School Rating Comparison graph has different color-coding. The value is coded as average if a school's CCRPI is not statistically different from the predicted value. If a school's CCRPI is higher than predicted, color-coded as above average, etc.
School Rating
CCRPI is scored on a 0-100 scale. CCRPI is mostly composed of student achievement and growth, and graduation rates for high school.

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School Rating Comparison
Beat the Odds compares a school's CCRPI score to similar schools across the state, based on school characteristics such as poverty rate, percentage of English Language Learners, and students with disabilities.

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Milestones Proficiency
Milestones is the annual achievement test in Georgia for grades 3-8 and select high school subjects.

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Student Growth
Student growth percentiles measure student growth on the Milestones from one year to the next. Students in the 35th percentile of growth or better qualify as typical or high growth. For more detailed results see the link below.

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Graduation Rate
The 4-year cohort graduation rate measures the number of graduates as a percentage of the number of students who entered the school in ninth grade or as a transfer into the school. Students who transfer out are not counted.

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School Climate

Climate Stars
GADOE assigns each school a climate star rating based on a combination of climate survey data, suspension rates, school discipline incidents, and attendance.

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Climate Survey
The climate survey is administered to students in grades 3-12. For students in grades 3-5, students reporting "often" or "always" are counted as a positive response to the statements. For grades 6-12, students reporting "somewhat agree" or "strongly agree" are counted.

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I like school.
I feel safe at school.

Attendance
The six days or less attendance measure is reported as part of the CCRPI.

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Student Population

Subgroups
Direct Certification is a school poverty measure, which includes students in households receiving state anti-poverty aid, migrants, and homeless.

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This graph shows the percentage of students in different subgroups. Direct certification is a measure of school poverty.

Enrollment
The 2017-2018 school year is listed as 2018, consistent with the rest of this page. However, the student count for 2017-2018 is actually taken in October 2017. For more detailed enrollment information, click the link below.

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Race / Ethnicity
The 2017-2018 school year is listed as 2018, consistent with the rest of this page. However, the percentages for 2017-2018 is actually taken in October 2017. For more detailed enrollment information, click the link below.

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