District Report Card

District Report Card Released
Posted on 09/18/2023

Each year the State of Ohio releases a report card to every public school district across the state that captures a snapshot of each district's overall performance indicators. The annual School Report Cards were released today by the Ohio Department of Education. The information on the State Report Card reflects data from last school year (2022-2023).

New this year, schools and districts received overall ratings of 1-5 stars (in half-star increments) and schools/districts were rated on five components, along with other various report-only data. 

The five rated components are: 

  • Achievement
  • Progress
  • Gap Closing
  • Early Literacy
  • Graduation

Here is a brief description of each rated category:


The Achievement Component measures students academic achievement using each level of performance on Ohio's State Tests. 


The Progress Component measures the academic performance of students compared to expected growth on Ohio's State Tests.

Early Literacy 

The Early Literacy Component is a measure of reading improvement and proficiency for students in kindergarten through third grade. 

Gap Closing 

The Gap Closing component shows how well schools are meeting the performance expectations for our students in English language arts, math, and graduation. It also measures how schools are doing in supporting English learners to increase language proficiency, reducing chronic absenteeism for all students, and identifying gifted students and providing gifted services. 


The Graduation Component is a measure of the four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate and the five-year adjusted cohort graduation rate.


Below you will see the results for each building in the district, along with an overview of the district rating. 

Overall, the results provide a good snapshot for our district to evaluate, shape plans for improvement, and to CELEBRATE

We thank our staff for ALL they do each day to help grow our students academically, socially, emotionally, and through experiences that will last a lifetime. It is truly appreciated!


Here are the September 2023 Report Card ratings that reflect data from the 2022-2023 school year:

You may view the entire report card of our district, or any others, by clicking  HERE

BCS understands that Report Cards are not the only measure of the success or accomplishments in our district. BCS has many daily and yearly points of pride to share and we look forward to continuing excellence with distinction in all we do!


~ Mark Rairigh, Superintendent