Accountability & Testing Home
about 1 year ago
In Granville County Schools, our decisions and actions for continuous improvement are driven by data and customer needs. As such, our goal in Accountability and Testing is to provide accurate and complete data in an efficient and effective manner to ensure that our students are prepared today for a successful tomorrow.
Accountability and Testing Data Manager
Links for Parents
about 1 year ago
- Welcome Parents!Use the links below to access important information related to your child's education and testing process. If you need further assistance, please contact our office and we'll be happy to assist you.
ABC's of Public Instruction
This Public Schools of North Carolina website provides information detailing the ABC's Accountability Model for Granville County Schools. Comparisons to the district and state trends are also available.
DPI Accountability Page for Parents
This link will provide parents and guardians with an opportunity to discover the requirements of the North Carolina State Testing Program.
NC Operational Test Calendar
NC Schools Report Cards
Click here to read the NC Schools Report Card for your child's school. It provides information on a school's demographics, academic performance, safety and discipline, technology resources, and teacher quality. Comparisons to the district and state trends are also provided.
North Carolina SAT Reports
This NC Department of Instruction site provides detailed information about our students' SAT performance.
This site provides information from the NC Department of Public Instruction on test security.
Testing Students with Disabilities
This NC Department of Public Instruction website provides information regarding policies and procedures for testing students with disabilities.
Testing with EOC's
This NC Department of Public Instruction website provides information regarding End of Course tests which are administered to our students grades 9-12 at the end of each semester. There are also a few students in grade 8 which take the tests if they are enrolled in a Math I class.
Testing with EOG's
This NC Department of Public Instruction website gives specifics on the goals of the End of Grade tests which are administered to our students in grades 3-8 and 10 at the end of the school year.