Lynchburg City Schools aims to improve five schools' performance with academic reviews

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June 12, 2019

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Lynchburg City Schools is hoping academic reviews of five schools completed early this year will improve student performance and accreditation results.

Any school that performed below standard on annual accreditation ratings or had students that scored near the standard or in the improving category on Standards of Learning tests is required by the Virginia Department of Education to complete an academic review of its educational programs.

Under guidance from VDOE, the LCS Curriculum and Instruction Department conducted academic reviews for Perrymont and Linkhorne elementary schools, Linkhorne and Sandusky middle schools and Heritage High School.