Hollis gains 18.9 points on CCRPI score

 Hollis achieves an increase of 18.9 points on CCRPI score Hollis increased its College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) score by 18.9 points, according to results released by the Georgia Department of Education in early November.

CCRPI is the statewide education accountability system that measures schools and districts on a 100-point scale based largely on the Georgia Milestones assessment.

Leadership, Faculty, and Staff at Hollis have committed to implementing the EL Education Expeditionary STEM Curriculum, a rigorous, multi-disciplinary, standards-based approach to learning where students use STEM as a tool to grapple with solutions to real-world problems relevant to the community.

Since the beginning of the 2017-18 school year, Hollis has also greatly benefitted from a co-teaching model in the classroom, which creates opportunities for small group and one-on-one instruction. This instructional model is made possible through a $16.4 million donation from Westside Future Fund, Coca-Cola Foundation, and SunTrust Bank.

Read more about the dedication and hard work that led to this increase in student academic achievement.

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