Charter schools in the Twin Counties received mixed results on recent school performance grades, with North East Carolina Preparatory School showing an overall improvement and Rocky Mount Preparatory School showing an overall decline from the previous year.
North East Carolina Prep, which has posted extremely low scores during the past few years, showed improvement in almost every area since new management took over mid-stream last school year.
The school still has an F letter grade, but its performance scores moved up considerably from a 31 in 2013-14 to a 37 in 2014-15, just three points shy of a D score. Overall math scores moved from a 23 to a 27 and reading scores jumped from a 39 to a 47, bringing the subject up to a D rating. (Source: Read more)