Schools Honored with 2022 Pacesetter Awards
Awards to be presented at the 2022 Making Schools Work Conference
Sixteen schools won 2022 Gene Bottoms Pacesetter School Awards for their efforts to increase quality instruction and raise student achievement.
Recipients will be honored on July 19, 2022, at the opening general session of SREB’s Making Schools Work Conference in Grapevine, Texas.
Pacesetter School Awards recognize schools that are implementing one of SREB’s Making Schools Work school improvement frameworks and are achieving success in meeting bold goals related to increases in student graduation rates, readiness for college and careers, and credential attainment.
Download the releases below for details on how each school achieved these awards.
East High School — Youngstown, Ohio
Fleming County High School — Flemingsburg, Kentucky
Granville High School — Granville, Ohio
Kettering Fairmont High School — Kettering, Ohio
Leavelle McCampbell Middle School — Graniteville, South Carolina
Lehigh Career & Technical Institute — Schnecksville, Pennsylvania
Mapleton Middle School — Ashland, Ohio
Meridian Technology Center — Stillwater, Oklahoma
Mingo Central Comprehensive High School — Mingo County, West Virginia
Northland Career Center — Platte City, Missouri (Four-time Pacesetter Award winner)
Penta Career Center — Perrysburg Township, Ohio (Three-time Pacesetter Award winner
Pioneer Technology Center — Ponca City, Oklahoma
Sumter Career and Technology Center — Sumter, South Carolina (Two-time Pacesetter Award Winner)
Trumbull Career & Technical Center — Warren, Ohio
West Clermont High School — Cincinnati, Ohio
Wilkerson Middle School — West Birmingham, Alabama