93-percent of Virginia’s public schools are making the grade and earned full accreditation. State education officials say the number is down slightly from last year due to more rigorous math tests. In the Lynchburg area, ten public schools missed full accreditation this year, compared to just one last year. The schools with warnings include Bedford and Staunton River Middle Schools and Staunton River High School in Bedford County, as well as Sandusky and Dunbar Middle Schools in Lynchburg. Appomattox and Nelson county schools continue to have all schools accredited.