Grandview Heights Schools is among an elite group of school districts in the recently released 2018-19 Ohio School Report Card, being one of only 31 districts in the state that achieved the highest mark of an overall A.
“We are extremely pleased with the performance of our students on a daily basis,” said Superintendent Andy Culp. “None of this would be possible without the hard work of our staff and the support of our families and community.”
Grandview Heights Schools also earned a Performance Index Score of 105.1, which once again is the highest score in Franklin County. Additionally, 100% of our students met the Third Grade Reading Guarantee Threshold.
Turning to the future, the school district plans to use the data received from the State Report Card to continue to improve its practices. This includes a continued focus on personalized learning experiences for its students.
“Grandview Heights Schools has established a strategic plan so that we may continually work to achieve our mission of maximizing and personalizing every student's learning,” added Culp. “We are pleased to see that our strategies and investments are making a difference as our students continue to progress.”
To read the complete report card results, visit https://reportcard.education.ohio.gov