The EVAAS growth measurements in numerical values for the academic year, 2014-2015 for NC charter schools, are reflected below (top 25% only). The median score of all the state’s charters was 79.5.

Of the 139 charters evaluated, 70 met growth, 33 exceeded growth and 36 did not meet growth. Growth

74.1% of public charters in North Carolina met or exceeded growth versus 72.2% of the traditional public schools.

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1 Maureen Joy Charter School 100.0
2 American Renaissance School 100.0
3 Henderson Collegiate 100.0
4 Research Triangle Charter 97.8
5 Greensboro Academy 95.5
6 Columbus Charter School 94.1
7 Summerfield Charter Academy 93.3
8 CIS Academy 91.8
9 Raleigh Charter High School 91.8
10 Roxboro Community School 90.9
11 Southeastern Academy 90.8
12 PreEminent Charter 90.4
13 Carter Community Charter 90.2
14 Arapahoe Charter School 90.2
15 Children’s Village Academy 89.1
16 KIPP Charlotte 89.1
17 East Wake Academy 89.0
18 Sallie B Howard School 88.6
19 Lake Norman Charter 88.5
20 Francine Delany New School 88.1
21 Endeavor Charter 88.1
22 Chatham Charter 87.9
23 Franklin Academy 87.8
24 Triad Math and Science Academy 87.7
25 Gaston College Preparatory 87.6
26 The Institute Development Young Leaders 87.4
27 Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School 87.3
28 Neuse Charter School 87.1
29 Cabarrus Charter Academy 86.4
30 Crosscreek Charter School 86.1
31 Sterling Montessori Academy 85.8
32 Kestrel Heights School 85.5
33 New Dimensions 85.0
34 KIPP Halifax College Prep 84.8
35 Mountain Island Charter School 84.5
36 Charlotte Learning Academy 84.5