Stem Early College at North Carolina A&T is in Greensboro, North Carolina and is a Guilford County school. Serving grades 9-12, the school has 179 students and a student–teacher ratio of 20 students per teacher.
This school received an overall grade of A+. Compared to other state schools Stem Early College at North Carolina A&T scores are significantly above average. Of high schools, Stem Early College at North Carolina A&T ranks 1 in the state and 1 for its county.
The School Review uses U.S. Department of Education school data for our analysis. Grades for safety, academics and learning environment are calculated with these data. These scores are combined to calculate the overall grade. If you would like to know more about how our grading system works, please visit our methodology page.
The academic score for a high school is determined by looking at a number of inputs, such as student scores on standardized tests and indicators of college readiness. Stem Early College at North Carolina A&T performs significantly above average compared to other North Carolina high schools for academics. The school's grade for this metric is A+.
To evaluate the learning environment at a school we compare many factors like teacher certifications, experience and chronic absenteeism. Stem Early College at North Carolina A&T earned a grade of A for learning environment. For this measure, this school is above average when compared to other high schools in North Carolina.
Suspension rates and number of physical altercations are used to evaluate a school’s safety. We were unable to determine the safety grade for this school due to a lack of reported data.
The demographics of the student body at Stem Early College at North Carolina A&T are summarized below. A school’s demographics are not a factor when determining its score.
A+ School - Only the top 5% of schools are awarded the distinction of being an A+ School. Schools that receive this grade excel in academics and cultivate a safe and effectual environment for learning. They represent the top schools in the nation and are eligible to display our award badge on their homepage. You can download your award here.
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A few of the closest high schools to Stem Early College at North Carolina A&T are listed below. The School Review's grade for each school is shown to provide easy comparison. For a full list of schools in Greensboro, go to the Greensboro, North Carolina schools page.
|School||Overall Grade||Academic Results||Learning Enviroment||School Safety|
|1||Middle College at North Carolina A&T||A-||A-||A||A|
|2||Middle College High at Bennett||A||A||A-||N/A|
|3||James B. Dudley High School||C-||D||B-||C-|
|4||Philip J Weaver Ed Center||A+||A+||A||A-|
|5||Gc Middle College High School||N/A||N/A||B-||A|
At the time we collected data, these were the answers to common questions about the school.
We rank high schools across three criteria: Academics, Learning Environment, and Safety. We assess Academics using statewide standardized test scores, by comparing each school’s test performance across subjects and years to the distribution of high schools on the same tests in the state. We also assess a school’s Academics using indicators of college readiness and likelihood of future college enrollment. These measures include the percent of students enrolled in at least one Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate course and the percent of students taking the SAT or ACT. Next, we evaluate a school’s Learning Environment by combining various classroom indicators, such as the ratio of teachers to students and the percent of teachers who are novice, uncertified, and chronically absent. Finally, we measure Safety from the percent of students receiving in-school and out-of-school suspensions and the reported incidents of physical altercations per 100 students. While we recognize any ranking metric is inherently subjective, we believe our grades can serve as a valuable resource to help students and parents compare neighborhood schools and find the best school to fit their desired educational needs.