State Charter School Performance

The SCSC is charged with annually assessing the performance of state charter schools to determine if schools are fulfilling the SCSC mission of providing students with a high quality educational opportunity. The SCSC evaluates school performance in the areas of academics achievement, operational compliance, and fiscal management against a transparent set of standards known as the SCSC Comprehensive Performance Framework (CPF). The results assist stakeholders in understanding a school's annual performance and its progress toward charter renewal.  

For more information about the ways in which the SCSC assesses school performance, visit the menu links on the left.