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Oconee County Schools Named Highest Performing Schools

OCS school awards from GOSA
Governor Deal has announced the 2016 Highest Performing school awards, based on three-year average CCRPI (College and Career Ready Performance Index) achievement and progress scores.

Oconee County Schools excelled with at least 60% of eligible schools receiving awards (the only other Georgia districts to meet this percentage are Buford City, Decatur City, Forsyth County, and Heard County).

Congratulations to the following Oconee County Schools for being named either a Highest Performing or Greatest Gains school:

High Shoals Elementary: Bronze Highest Performing
Malcom Bridge Elementary: Platinum Greatest Gains and Silver Highest Performing
North Oconee High: Platinum Greatest gains and Gold Highest Performing
Oconee County Elementary: Silver Highest Performing
Oconee County High: Silver Greatest gains and Silver Highest Performing
Rocky Branch Elementary: Bronze Highest Performing

The 2016 Greatest Gains award winners consist of 139 schools across 50 districts, and the 2016 Highest Performing award winners consist of 130 schools across 22 districts. Only fifty-one schools in 14 districts are award winners in both categories.

For more information, please view the full press release by clicking here.



Oconee County Schools will be a nationally-recognized leader in academic achievement by ensuring all students receive a rigorous, balanced education that will enable them to compete in and contribute to a global society.