What is CCCR, and what can I do if my school has a low score?

College, Career, and Civic Readiness (CCCR) is an indication of how well the school has prepared its students for life beyond high school, including how well they are prepared to be involved in activities important to being a productive citizen and whether they plan to attend college or get a job after high school. A school is awarded a level of 1-4 for how well it prepares its students for life beyond high school, with 4 being the highest level a school can earn.


Visit our accountability website for more information, including fact sheets, about school ratings under the new accountability system. You can also contact your school’s principal to learn how you can be involved in building a stronger school.