RALEIGH, NC - Pender County Schools met or exceeded the state average in 90% of the State-Level Proficiency categories for the 2021-22 school year.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released its 2021-22 Accountability Results Report earlier today.
For the 2021-22 school year Pender County Schools was at or above state average in 27 of 30 subject & grade result categories. Overall as a district, PCS exceeded the state average in percentage of students proficient by subject and grade. The District also was at or above average in four of five performance level categories.
"Our educators have dealt with a lot over recent years, as have all educators across the country," said Superintendent Dr. Steven Hill. "The results released by NCDPI are a reflection of their perseverance and creativity in the classroom . They are what makes our district one of the best in North Carolina and I expect the bar that they've set to be a high one for years to come."
For the full 2021-22 Accountability Results Report click this link.