The biggest gain was at Crim High School, which lifted its 2016 score by 23.9 points to 55.7. The district school to fall the most is Parkside Elementary School, whose score slipped by 13.9 points to 54.8.
Despite the improvements, APS still falls below the statewide averages.
Across Georgia, elementary schools received a 73.9, middle schools received a 73.8, and high schools received a 77.6
More information on APS results, including schools that could be subject to state intervention, will be updated throughout the day here.
Fulton County results are available here.
Clayton County results are available here.