Four in Fulton named among state’s top Title I schools

Four Fulton County schools have been highlighted by the Georgia Department of Education as exceptional examples of progress and high academic achievement, according to a press release. The GADOE this week announced its 2017-2018 Reward Schools, a list of Title I schools that are succeeding in their efforts to educate students from varying socioeconomic backgrounds.

Reward Schools fall into two categories: Highest Performance and High Progress.

Highest Performance: Hembree Springs Elementary School, River Eves Elementary School and Amana Academy. This distinction recognizes schools receiving Title I funds that are among the top 5 percent schools in the state.

High Progress: Woodland Elementary School is one of 149 schools statewide recognized as High Progress schools. This distinction highlights Title I schools that are among the top 10 percent statewide and that are making the most progress in improving student achievement.