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County-by-county breakdown of AYP

Here is a county-by-county breakdown of the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reports for South Carolina schools:

As a district, Charleston County schools met 34 of 37 objectives, and did not meet AYP goals. Twenty-one of 76 schools did not meet the requirements. Student performance did not meet standards. Schools in the district that did not meet AYP goals include:

  • Alice Birney Middle (16 of 29 objectives met)
  • Baptist Hill High (12 of 13 objectives met)
  • Burke High (7 of 13 objectives met)
  • CE Williams Middle Creative Arts (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Fort Johnson Middle (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Garrett Academy of Tech (8 of 13 objectives met)
  • Greg Mathis Charter High (0 of 5 objectives met)
  • James Island Charter High (14 of 17 objectives met)
  • James Island Middle (17 of 21 objectives met)
  • Lincoln High (12 of 13 objectives met)
  • Malcolm C Hursey Elementary (10 of 13 objectives met)
  • Morningside Middle (9 of 17 objectives met)
  • Moultrie Middle (20 of 21 objectives met)
  • N Charleston High (7 of 13 objectives met)
  • R B Stall High (9 of 13 objectives met)
  • Sanders-Clyde Elementary (9 of 13 objectives met)
  • St. Johns High (6 of 13 objectives met)
  • Susan G. Boykin Charter (9 of 13 objectives met)
  • Wando High (15 of 21 objectives met)
  • West Ashley High (17 of 21 objectives met)
  • West Ashley Middle (19 of 21 objectives met)

As a district, Dorchester District Four met 18 of 21 objectives, and did not meet AYP goals. Three of five schools did not meet the requirements. Student performance did not meet standards. Schools in the district that did not meet AYP goals include:

  • St. George Middle (16 of 21 objectives met)
  • Williams Memorial Elementary (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Woodland High (8 of 17 objectives met)

As a district, Dorchester District Two met 35 of 37 objectives, and did not meet AYP goals. Ten of 20 schools did not meet the requirements. Student performance did not meet standards. Schools in the district that did not meet AYP goals include:

  • Alston Middle (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Ashley Ridge High (12 of 17 objectives met)
  • Charles B Dubose Middle (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Fort Dorchester High (13 of 17 objectives met)
  • Gregg Middle (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Knightsville Elementary (20 of 21 objectives met)
  • Oakbrook Middle (23 of 25 objectives met)
  • River Oaks Middle (21 of 23 objectives met)
  • Summerville High (15 of 21 objectives met)
  • Windsor Hill Elementary (20 of 21 objectives met)

As a district, Berkeley County schools met 36 of 37 objectives, and did not meet AYP goals. Sixteen of 38 schools did not meet the requirements. Student performance did not meet standards. Schools in the district that did not meet AYP goals include:

  • Berkeley Middle (20 of 23 objectives met)
  • Berkeley Sr. High (11 of 19 objectives met)
  • Cane Bay Elementary (20 of 21 objectives met)
  • Cane Bay High (11 of 21 objectives met)
  • College Park Elementary (28 of 29 objectives met)
  • College Park Middle (27 of 29 objectives met)
  • Cross High (11 of 13 objectives met)
  • Daniel Island Elementary (20 of 21 objectives met)
  • Goose Creek High (12 of 21 objectives met)
  • Hanahan High (11 of 17 objectives met)
  • Henry E Bonner Elementary (18 of 19 objectives met)
  • Sangaree Middle (23 of 25 objectives met)
  • Sedgefield Middle (27 of 29 objectives met)
  • Stratford High (16 of 25 objectives met)
  • Timberland High (11 of 17 objectives met)
  • Whitesville Elementary (20 of 21 objectives met)

As a district, Georgetown County Schools met 31 of 33 objectives, and did not meet AYP goals.  Four of 18 schools did not meet the requirements.  Student performance did not meet standards. Schools in the district that did not meet AYP goals are:

  • Andrews High (8 of 17 objectives met)
  • Georgetown High (13 of 17 objectives met)
  • Georgetown Middle (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Maryville Elementary (20 of 21 objectives met)

As a district, Colleton County Schools met 24 of 29 objectives, and did not meet AYP goals. Seven of 11 schools did not meet the requirements. Student performance did not meet standards. Schools in the district that did not meet AYP goals include:

  • Black St. Elementary (11 of 13 objectives met)
  • Colleton County High (10 of 21 objectives met)
  • Colleton Middle (17 of 21 objectives met)
  • Cottageville Elementary (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Forest Circle Middle (19 of 21 objectives met)
  • Hendersonville Elementary (20 of 21 objectives met)
  • Northside Elementary (19 of 21 objectives met)

Statewide, 52 percent of schools met the AYP standards. Schools not hitting their marks can face sanctions that may include requiring districts to pay for transporting students to other schools, requiring districts to pay for individual tutoring, and possibly firing school staff.

To read more on the report, click here. To view the statewide report, or an individual school's ranking, click here.

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