School report cards provide comprehensive look
Posted on 07/09/2019

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To provide a more comprehensive view of a school, Orange County Public Schools updated each school’s report card. These reports allow one to look beyond a single grade that is based on test scores.

The District created school report cards for all traditional elementary, middle, K-8 and high schools. These report cards provide a more accurate description of the entire school. The information displayed includes student demographics, climate survey results, attendance, participation in visual and performing arts courses, student performance on statewide assessments, extracurricular activities, magnet programs, and much more. 

Example of what each school report card looks like.

Rock Springs Report Card 

The District listened to OCPS stakeholders’ request that a wider range of indicators should be used in measuring the performance of a school and individual students. These report cards reflect the priorities of our stakeholders and our commitment to provide a well-rounded education for all students.

To access school report cards, please click here.

(For more information, please contact Media Relations at 407.317.3458 or [email protected] ) 


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