Comprehensive Support and Improvement Schools (CSI Schools)
CSI schools are defined as Title I schools performing at or below the 5th percentile of all Title I schools in the state. CSI schools are identified every three years, in alignment with the state’s interim targets cycles. Each school will receive technical assistance funds and be assigned a state level transformation coach.
CA Johnson High
Forest heights Elementary
Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (ATSI) Schools
Additional Targeted Support and Improvement Schools (ATSI) schools are defined as any school with one or more subgroup of students performing at or below the 5th percentile of all schools in the state. ATSI schools with low-performing subgroups are identified every three years, in alignment with the state’s interim targets cycles. Each school will receive federal school improvement funds and receive technical assistance and support via professional development from relevant department of education offices.
AC Flora High School
Lewis Greenview Elementary School
Annie Burnside Elementary
Arden Elementary School
Carver - Lyon Elementary School
Edward E. Taylor Elementary School
H.B. Rhame Elementary School
John P. Thomas Elementary School
Watkins-Nance Elementary School
William S. Sandel Elementary School
Priority Schools are defined as schools performing at or below the 10th percentile among all schools in the state.1 Priority Schools are identified every three years, in alignment with the state’s interim targets cycles. Each school will receive state technical assistance funds and access to the South Carolina School Improvement Framework, Evidence-Based Intervention Guide, and professional learning opportunities.
Eau Claire High School
Hopkins Middle School Richland
W.J. Keenan High School