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State Report Card

Davie County Schools provides yearly summaries about your schools via a ‘School Report Card’ developed by the state. These report cards are designed to give parents, communities, and educators details about the performance of districts and schools - to celebrate achievement and success and identify areas for improvement.

We encourage you to visit the NC School Report Cards' website at to learn more about the process. Our Davie County Schools report for year 2021-2022 is available on the report card website here.

State Superintendent Catherine Truitt stated that because of COVID-19’s effects on the school year, the year’s School Report Cards feature less data than you may be accustomed to seeing. End-of-Grade and End-of-Course exams were not administered in the spring semester, so no results are reported this year. Also, the School Performance Grades and Teacher Effectiveness measures are calculated using those results, so they are not part of the report card either. However, other valuable information, such as the arts programs offered in a school, the learning devices that are available to students, and incoming student readiness are included.

State report cards are just one part of the story about what is happening in schools and districts across the state. To get a more complete picture, we encourage you to schedule a visit to our schools, talk to educators, parents and students. A lot of great things are happening every day in Davie County Schools and we are incredibly proud of our teammates involved at every level of education.

Thank you for supporting our efforts to provide your child with a high-quality education. Your involvement is very important to our success and most importantly, to the success of your student(s).