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FCS CCRPI Top State, Including Metro-Counties and Large Districts

Forsyth County Schools (FCS) earned the highest 2019 CCRPI score among Metro-Atlanta county school districts and large school districts in Georgia. Additionally, all Forsyth County schools and the district scored above State averages in the 2019 CCRPI report.

FCS had the highest overall elementary score in the State and the highest overall high school score among Metro-Atlanta county school districts and large districts in Georgia.

 

“We are either getting better or getting worse, there is no such thing as status quo,” shared FCS Superintendent Jeff Bearden. “In Forsyth County, we are focused on culture, climate, and relationships. These are the conditions for success. Our results clearly show that our staff, families and the community are doing what is right for all students. I am extremely proud of our district.”

 

CCRPI

2019

2018

FCS Overall

92.7

90.4

GA Overall

75.9

 76.6

 

FCS Elementary

95.1

92.3

GA Elementary

77.1

 77.8

 

FCS Middle

89.2

87.6

GA Middle

72.1

 76.2

 

FCS High

92

89.6

GA High

77

 75.3

 

Graduation Rate

4-Year

5-Year

FCS

94.61

95.76

GA

82.02

83.73

 

The College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) is Georgia's statewide accountability system to measure schools and school districts on a 100-point scale based on multiple indicators of performance.

As part of the CCRPI reports, the Georgia Department of Education also released the 2019 School Climate Star Ratings (a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the highest) for local schools. While it is reported alongside the CCRPI, it is not included in the calculation that produces school and district CCRPI scores. 19 Forsyth County schools scored a 4, while 18 schools scored a 5 on the Climate Star Rating.

 

For more information and resources for the CCRPI visit www.doe.k12.ga.us