Test scores are in and the Harrison County school system is patting itself on the back.
“It’s going to be a time of celebration for us,” said superintendent Andy Dotson Friday afternoon. “All of our schools are showing improvement.”
As a district, Harrison County schools jumped five points to an overall score of 88, based on a 140 scale.
Previously ranked 107th out of 175 school districts in the state, the jump now ranks Harrison County as 67.
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