CCS ranks 3rd in NKY testing
Results of the 2010 Kentucky Core Content Test place Campbell County students among the best in the state. With an overall index of 95, CCS places 3rd in Northern Kentucky behind only Ft. Thomas and Beechwood independent school distrists. The score places CCS solidly in the top 10 percent of all districts in the state. This is a tremendous achievement.
Eighty percent of Campbell County Schools' students reached proficiency in reading according to No Child Left Behind. The percentage was only slightly less in math with 73.5 percent reaching proficiency. Both scores are well beyond the goals set for the district by the state.
The increases in the number of students reaching proficiency are dramatic. Over the last 5 years, Campbell County Schools has increased the percentage of proficient students with disabilities and those qualifying for free and reduced lunch by more than 30 percent in reading and math.
See more results here.