North Carolina education officials released 2016 accountability data for all public schools Thursday. That information includes the percent of students who passed state exams, how a school performed on targets designed to measure student progress and, for high schools, on-time graduation rates and the percent of students who earned college-ready scores on the ACT, which all juniors take. Those factors are used to create A-F letter grades for schools.
Click the dots below to see results for Charlotte-Mecklenburg and charter high schools that served Mecklenburg students last year (two of the charter schools closed this year). Purple dots indicate an A, blue a B, green a C, yellow a D and red an F.