Earlier today, Cobb Schools announced that Cobb students outperformed their student peers on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI). As other district data has been made available, the District is now able to announce Cobb Schools’ CCRPI of 86.1 also leads the Atlanta metro.
The next closest school district is 2.3 points behind Cobb Schools, and the closest neighboring district is 5.7 points behind: Atlanta Public Schools (74.1); DeKalb County (75.4); Marietta City Schools (80.4); Gwinnett County (82.5); Fulton County (83.8); and Cobb Schools (86.1).
In addition to the Cobb’s overall CCRPI score, Cobb’s individual schools also stand out for their high CCRPI scores. Posting an almost perfect score of 99.3, Timber Ridge Elementary School is the highest-scoring elementary school in the state. Mountain View Elementary School’s CCRPI score of 98.6 also ranks in the top 5 elementary schools.
“Our highly-skilled and professional teachers drive the success of our students. They look at each child’s academic strengths and weaknesses and use that data to guide their instruction in a way that will help each student reach the next level of achievement,” said Timber Ridge Principal Shannon McGill.
Cobb is also home to three of the top 10 middle schools in Georgia: Hightower Trail Middle School (96.4), Simpson Middle School (95.9), and Dodgen Middle School (95.3).
“Our faculty and staff are committed to developing the whole child: emotionally, academically, physically, and socially. We achieve this through our intentional dedication to building relationships with all our students, our parents, and our community. It is this relationship that continues to fuel our mission of Success for All,” said Hightower Trail Principal Laura Montgomery.
Harrison High School (96.3), Walton High School (96.3), and Lassiter High School (96.2) also made the top 10 list of high schools for their high CCRPI scores.