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According to the VDOE Report Card for the school (PDF), only 50% of Armstrong HS students graduate after 4 years. Franklin Military graduates 94% after 4 years (PDF). These numbers compare to 59% for all of RPS (PDF) and 86% statewide.
The Virginia Department of Education today released on-time graduation numbers for the state, schools systems, and individual schools for the class of 2010. For this class, Richmond Public Schools had an on-time graduation rate of 72% and a cohort graduation rate of 74.6%. The state-wide on-time graduation rate was 85.5%.
The Virginia Department of Education today released the 2010-2011 accreditation numbers based on last year’s Standards of Learning (SOL) scores. For the 3rd year in a row, all of the neighborhood schools are fully accredited (2009, 2008). Statewide 98% of schools are accredited, and all Richmond Public schools are accredited.
The Virginia Department of education has announced that 5 of the 8 neighborhoods schools (62%) made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) towards the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) objectives during 2009-2010. Both Armstrong HS and MLK MS missed the target for the 2nd year, and were joined this year by the Franklin Military Academy. Statewide, 60% [...]
The March issue of Mayor Jones’ Building a Better Richmond reports that upcoming Community Forums on the City Budget will be held at the following locations/dates: March 24 – Franklin Military Academy – 6 – 8 p.m., March 25 – Westover Hills Elementary School – 6 – 8 p.m., March 29 – Richmond Public Library [...]
There will be a rally and special assembly to kickoff the city of Richmond’s 2010 Census campaign on Monday, March 8, from 10:30AM–11:30AM at Franklin Military Academy (701 North 37th Street). In attendance will be U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Dennis Hightower, Mayor Dwight C. Jones, City Council President Kathy Graziano, 7th District City Councilwoman [...]
Richmond City School Board members will hold a series of district meetings (PDF) to discuss the most recent proposal now before the General Assembly regarding public school funding for the 2010-2011 school year and Gov. McDonnell’s recommendation to unfreeze the current local composite index formula, a move that could cost Richmond Public Schools millions of [...]
The Richmond City School Board will hold a series of special meetings to receive public comment regarding Phase I of the Build a Better Richmond Plan for Richmond Public Schools. The East End meeting will be held December 3 from 6-8PM at Franklin Military High School (701 North 37th Street). [via]
Six of the eight East End schools met this years AYP benchmarks. All of the neighborhood elementary schools and Franklin Military Academy met the adequate yearly progress (AYP) standards of No Child Left Behind, while MLK Middle School and Armstrong HS did not. 71% of schools statewide and 78% across the city met their targets [...]