TUSCALOOSA CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS SHOW IMPROVEMENT, EARN B LETTER GRADES

Both Tuscaloosa City and Tuscaloosa County school systems received a B grade from the Alabama State Department of Education.

“Many of our schools were in the high 90s. That shows that we’re doing good work that we are working hard at it,” said Dr. Walter Davie, Tuscaloosa County Schools Superintendent.

The highest-scoring school from Tuscaloosa County Schools is Faucett-Vestavia elementary with a 94%.

Rock Quarry Elementary and Tuscaloosa Magnet School – Elementary both scored 100% for the city school system.

“The increase that you see in the outcome on the Tuscaloosa schools is the result of the amazing educators we have in our schools,” said Dr. Mike Daria, Superintendent of Tuscaloosa city schools.

Tuscaloosa schools are still revising their reading and writing programs as well as preparing all students for college and future jobs by having a proper education.

If you’re interested in seeing how your school did, click right here.

To view a basic overview of school grades for the entire state, see below.

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