An outstanding example in North Carolina is Henderson Collegiate Charter in Henderson, which serves primarily students from low-income families. Last year 89 percent of its students tested at or above grade, a level well above the all-school average for North Carolina. In Charlotte, Sugar Creek Charter, 94 percent of whose students are from low-income families, last year achieved students’ proficiencies in both reading and math for “Economically Disadvantaged” students significantly above the average ED score for all CMS schools.