Monroe Exits State's 'Priority' List

Staff Report From Albany CEO

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Thanks to increasing student achievement, Monroe Comprehensive High School has come off of the state's list of "Priority" schools, a designation for Title I schools who are underperforming. 

Under the leadership of Principal Vinson Davis, the school has seen its graduation rate soar from 50.2% of students in 2014 to 86.5% of students in 2016. The school's total College and Career Readiness Performance Index Score,or CCRPI, has gone from 57.5 to 71.4 over the same time period.