The Wayne County School District's Unbridled Learning Assessments
and Accountability results have been released for the 2014-15 school
year. Wayne County High School performed exceptionally well,
earning the highest level of performance, know as Distinguished,
which is the second time they have reached the top in the past
The entire district moved up to the Proficient category with an
overall score of 66.6 ranking them in the 74th percentile amongst
districts across Kentucky. To become proficient, a district must
score from the 70th to the 89th percentile.
Each of the three Wayne County School levels - elementary, middle
and high school - improved from the previous round of testing. The
high school results revealed an overall score of 76.2 ranking them in
the 93 percentile statewide. They scored in the 85th percentile in
2013-14 making them Proficient.
College and career readiness was a strong point for Wayne County
High School, as the school earned 96 of 100 possible CCR points.
Overall, 74 percent of graduates in the Class of 2015 met at least
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