York County School Division Strategic Plan

Skills & Knowledge

Updated September 2012

1. York County students will consistently demonstrate excellence in the skills and knowledge needed for citizenship and productive participation in the global community.

  • The Division and each school will meet or exceed annual NCLB targets and goals. More »

  • By 2014, the difference in the SOL Pass of Middle School African American and Caucasian students will not exceed 10 percentage points for math and reading. More »

  • The statewide rank of the York County School Division in SOL performance in English and math for students with disabilities will improve by five ranking placements annually.*

  • The number of students scoring in the top quartile nationally on the SAT, as defined by 2008 data will increase 10 percent by 2014. More »

  • The point difference between the total mean SAT scores of African American and Caucasian students will be reduced by 10 points annually. More »

  • The number of scores of 3 or higher on Advanced Placement Exams will increase by 5 percent annually. More »

  • By 2014, the percentage of high school graduates earning an Advanced Studies Diploma out of the total number of diplomas awarded will increase by 5 percentage points above the number awarded in 2008. More »

  • By 2014, the percentage of students who entered the ninth grade in 2010-2011 school year and graduate "on time" will increase 5 percent over the percentage of students who graduated "on time" in 2008. More »

  • All NCLB subgroups will meet or exceed the 85 percent on-time graduation rate by 2012. More »

*VDOE no longer provides this information.

View the current Strategic Plan

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