OSA School Report Cards
The Office of Student Achievement (OSA), formerly known as the Office of Education Accountability (OEA), was established by the state to improve student achievement and school completion in Georgia. OSA publishes annual accountability report cards on K-12 public schools in Georgia, the Department of Technical and Adult Education, the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, Georgia's Pre-K program administered by Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (formerly the Office of School Readiness), and the University System of Georgia. The reports include information on test results, attendance, and graduation results, sorted by school, system, and state.
The state's report cards are available online at the Governor's Office of Student Achievement website.