Dear Families, Staff, Students, and Community Members:
Thank you for taking the time to review the Asheboro City
Schools North Carolina School Report Card for 2016-2017. The North Carolina
School Report Card provides information about our school district, including
student performance, teacher quality, school safety, and other measures of
It gives me great pleasure to share all of our schools met growth and four of our schools exceeded growth, which reflects the hard work of our students and the dedication of our staff. Balfour Elementary School, Guy B. Teachey Elementary School, North Asheboro Middle School, and South Asheboro Middle School were among our schools who reached “high growth.”
the 2016-17 school year, our four-year cohort graduation rate was 91.8 percent.
Our graduation rate continues to be higher than the state graduation rate of
86.5 percent. These achievements reflect a deep commitment on the part of the
Asheboro City Board of Education, our quality educators, and phenomenal
students, and engaged families.
Our students are taking advantage of the many learning
opportunities available in Asheboro City Schools. Within the school day,
students are choosing to enroll in the Asheboro High School Early College
Academy, the Asheboro High School Health Sciences Academy, the Advanced
Placement Capstone program, the Dual Language Immersion program, Pathways to
Prosperity, and career and technical education courses. Our students also recognize learning extends
beyond the classroom. In addition to traditional clubs and athletics, many are
also participating in after-school tutoring through the Asheboro City Schools
Academic and Social Achievement Program; enrolling in one or more ACS-sponsored
summer camps; and volunteering with career and technical, service, and civic
clubs and organizations.
our successes of the 2016-17 school year and we will remain focused on
continuous improvement. We are committed to providing high quality learning
opportunities for all of our students, so they can become successful lifelong
learners, workers, leaders, and citizens.
To learn more about Asheboro City Schools and the opportunities available to our students, please contact your school’s principal or our Central Office.
Thank you for your continued support of Asheboro City
Terry W. Worrell, Ed.D.
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