Piedmont High School NC Report Card
It is an honor to serve as the eleventh principal of Piedmont High School! Since 1960, the faculty and staff of Piedmont High School have worked hard to maintain a reputation that is founded upon the principles of academic rigor and service to others. We want to continue to establish relationships with our stakeholders so that we may provide our students with the skills they need in order to be successful in a 21st century workforce.
Each year, North Carolina's Student Accountability Program provides an abundance of important information about our schools; however, these numbers tell only a part of the story. There are many other indicators of school quality that are important to parents and community members, and this information is located in one place: the North Carolina School Report Card.
This report card includes important information about school and student performance, class sizes, attendance, school safety, instructional resources, and teacher quality. Report card data will be available for each school, each school district, and for the state's education system as a whole.
The report cards are available on the Web at https://ncreportcards.ondemand.sas.com/src/. Report cards are provided for regular public schools, charter schools, and alternative schools that were open during the 2018-19 school year. Federal schools, state-operated schools, and other special schools will not receive report cards due to differences in the way the State of North Carolina reports data for these schools.
At Piedmont High School, we are extremely proud of our students' academic excellence and the outstanding faculty and staff who work hard to educate all of our students. Last year, the senior class was offered in excess of 22 million dollars in scholarships. The cohort graduation rate for the class of 2019 was 95.3 percent. Our school's performance composite was above the state and district averages. As a school, our students exceeded expected growth as determined by the State of North Carolina. According to the North Carolina Accountability Model, we were rated a B school by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. While there are many things to celebrate at Piedmont High, we are not satisfied with the current B rating and look forward to achieving an A rating for the 2019-2020 school year. We encourage parents to remain informed about our school's progress and continue to be involved in our school on a regular basis. Please feel free to contact me directly to discuss this report card or any other interests you have in our school. Thank you for your commitment to your child's education, and we look forward to another year as we continue to serve the needs of our stakeholders.
To view the UCPS district report card click the "NC School Report Cards" link below then "District Report Card" link and choose the category you wish to view. Once the category page loads you will need to choose Union County Public Schools using the "Select District(s)" dropdown menu. Alamance-Burlington will be selected by default so you may wish to deselect that district to hide their data.
To find your school's report card click the "NC School Report Cards" link below then "School Report Card" Link and choose the category you wish to view. Once the category page loads you will need to choose Union County Public Schools using the "Select District(s)" dropdown menu and then the school using the "Select School(s)" dropdown. Antioch Elementary will be selected by default so you may wish to deselect that school to hide their data if that is not the school you wish to view.