The Lorain County Joint Vocational School saw high marks on its state report card released at the same time the Ohio Department of Education showcased grades for public K-12 districts.
Schools in the career tech track are scored separately.
Students included in this report card have completed at least half of their career-technical education and are enrolled for the second half. There are five components on this report card — Achievement, Graduation Rate, Prepared for Success, Post-Program Outcomes and Federal Accountability Results.
The JVS saw improvements in the graduation rate and Post-Program Outcomes.
The overall report card included all As with a D for the Prepared for Success grade and a B for Technical Skill Achievement.
“We are happy that we made some improvements on the report card, but we still have a lot of work to do. We want to see even more progress in other areas, and will continue to work hard to make that happen,” JVS Superintendent Glenn Faircloth said.