For the 2014-15 school year, every school within Chesterfield County Public Schools is accredited. The Virginia Department of Education establishes accreditation status each year based on student achievement on Standards of Learning tests taken during the previous school year. Chesterfield County Public Schools pass rates on Standards of Learning tests continue to exceed or meet state averages in the “all students” category, according to 2013-14 school year testing results released by the Virginia Department of Education. Highlights from the state report also show that Chesterfield County Public Schools demonstrated increases on mathematics tests. Students with disabilities, as well as white and black students, outperformed their state peers on every test as well. Chesterfield County Public Schools students surpassed state averages in 28 testing categories, and were within one point of the state average on nine other tests. Mathematics pass rates increased or remained the same across the board when compared to last year’s results, while reading pass rates were relatively flat in most categories.