Buncombe County Early College Overview

2013 Academic Indicators
College Readiness Index
N/A
Algebra Proficiency
N/A
English Proficiency
N/A
Student/Teacher Ratio
14:1
  • 09–12 Grades
  • 208 Students
  • 15 Teachers

Buncombe County Early College
340 VICTORIA RD
ASHEVILLE, NC 28801

Phone: (828) 232-4123

District: Buncombe County Schools

Overview

At Buncombe County Early College, the student body makeup is 43 percent male and 57 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 13 percent. Buncombe County Early College is 1 of 9 high schools in the Buncombe County Schools.

Rankings / Awards

This details how this school compares to others based on U.S. News ranking criteria.

Medal Awarded None
National Rank
Unranked

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Students / Teachers

These counts and percentages of students and teachers are from data reported by schools to the government.

Total Enrollment 208
Total Minority Enrollment (% of total) 13%
Total Economically Disadvantaged (% of total) 47%
Full-Time Teachers 15

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Test Scores

U.S. News calculates these values based on student performance on state exit exams and internationally available exams on college-level course work (AP®/IB exams).

Proficient in English N/A
Proficient in Algebra N/A
College Readiness Index N/A

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School Data

School profile information is based on government data.

Grades Served 09 – 12
Setting Small City
Charter School No
Magnet School No
Receives Title I Funding Yes

District

This information relates to high schools run by this school's state operating agency. Many districts contain only one high school.

Total Schools 9
Total Students 8,032
Proficient in English (district average) 78%
Proficient in Algebra (district average) 65%
College Readiness (district average) 28.8

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International Baccalaureate (IB) data provided by International Baccalaureate of North America. Used with permission.

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