91% of Virginia Schools Get Full Accreditation

September 27, 2007

The Virginia Department of Education announced Thursday that 91% of Virginia schools received full accreditation meeting state standards for student achievement in English, mathematics, history/social science and science.

Full accreditation is the highest rating schools can earn in the Virginia Assessment Program. Sixty-nine of the commonwealth’s 132 school divisions have no schools on the state’s academic warning list, compared with 63 last year.

46 schools that were on academic warning last year achieved full accreditation, including 19 elementary schools, 24 middle schools, one high school and two combined schools.

For more information about area schools that recieved full accreditation click on the link below.

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