The state Department of Education announced today that the complete scores for all schools in Pennsylvania have been updated on its new website.

The school performance profiles, released in early October, had some reporting inaccuracies because from the Keystone Exams.

School districts were able to check their scores and re-submit their data for the site.

Each school building was scored on a range from 0 to 100.

The department has said schools that score a 70 or above are "satisfactory," and are showing positive signs of success with student progress.

To see how schools in York County measure up, visit

Check back later for more details.