Academic and School Accountability Results

  • Test results show return to pre-pandemic levels in several academic areas

  • Graduation Rate

  • School Performance Grades

  • Student Proficiency

NC School Report Cards

  • North Carolina’s school report cards are an important resource for parents, educators, state leaders, researchers, and others, providing information about school- and district-level data in a number of areas. These include student performance and academic growth, school and student characteristics, and many other details.

NC School Report Cards

2022-2023 Accountability Highlights

    • Among the 12 largest districts, UCPS ranked the highest in 3 – 8 Math EOGs, 3 – 8 Reading EOGs, 3 – 8 Science EOGs, all EOCs combined, overall proficiency, four-year Cohort Graduation Rate and ACT/Workkeys combined.
    • UCPS ranked number two in the state in overall proficiency at 69.3 percent. The North Carolina overall proficiency rate is 53.6 percent.
    • UCPS decreased the number of low-performing schools from 13 in 2021-2022 to seven in 2022-2023, which is a change of 46.2 percent. Of the 12 largest districts, UCPS had the biggest decrease of low-performing schools.
    • UCPS increased the number of schools earning an A, B or C School Performance Grade. In 2022-2023, 84 percent of schools or 42 out of 50 earned a C or higher, compared to 37 out of 50 in 2021-2022.
    • UCPS increased the number of schools that either met or exceeded expected growth. In 2022-2023, 84 percent of schools met this criteria, compared to 60 percent the previous year.