Bryan County schools scored several percentage points higher than the state average on College and Career Readiness Performance Index numbers released today.
The scores for Georgia’s College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI)
were released by the Georgia Department of Education. CCRPI is Georgia’s
statewide accountability measurement as required by the federal Every Student
Succeeds Act (ESSA).
Bryan County school system's overall score improved to 85.4 in 2018-19. "At all levels and as a district, Bryan County Schools’ scores exceed those of the state. We are proud of the improvements made and all of the hard work by our students, teachers, and leaders,” said Dr. Paul Brooksher, Superintendent of Bryan County Schools.
The 85.4 score for all schools in Bryan County exceeded the 75.9 average for schools in Georgia. At each level, Bryan County was higher than the state, including; high schools (88 for BC and 77 for state), elementary schools (84.6 for BC and 77.1 for state) and middle schools (83.6 for BC and 72.1 for state).
• The district score of 85.4 is one the highest in the state.
• The district saw significant increases at all parts of the CCRPI (Content Mastery, Student Progress, Closing the Achievement Gaps, Readiness and Graduation Rate) at all levels (ES, MS, HS).
• The district’s 4-year graduation rate of 89.12 exceeds the state’s score of 82.02.
• At the high school level, the district improved in the areas of literacy, accelerated enrollment, pathway completion, and college and career readiness.
• District student attendance improved at the elementary and high school levels.