School Report Card
School Performance Report Card Survey – VDOE is asking parents and other members of the public to complete a 16-item online survey on improving annual report cards for schools, school divisions and the commonwealth. The survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete. Responses are anonymous. The online survey will remain active until Friday, August 14.
Virginia's Standards of Learning accountability program includes a commitment to informing the public of the progress of schools in raising student achievement and enhancing the learning environment. Online report cards for schools, school divisions and the commonweath include data on student achievement by grade, subject and student subgroup and information on other indicators of school quality.
School, division and state online report cards – Online report cards provide detailed information on student achievement by subject and grade level. Report cards also provide data on other key indicators of school quality. Also, see Supplemental Information on the School Division Instructional Percentage Reporting Requirement (PDF) for new mandated information on the school division report cards.
Reports on low-performing Priority and Focus Schools and high-performing, Title I Reward Schools
Customized student achievement reports – online data tool to create customized reports.
Archived assessment results – Prior to 2006, spring testing results for English, mathematics, history/social science and science for grades 3, 5, and 8, as well as for end-of-course tests were reported.