State BONs always have a policy that a school is put "on probation" for NCLEX scores below a certain level. Occasionally this happens even with schools that have a good history, because of a change in curriculum that turns out to have been a bad idea
, or some kind of fluke/coincidence. Usually the schools jump right up and fix whatever the problem is, and get off probation as soon as possible. It's pretty rare for a school to actually lose
its BON approval. And the probation doesn't affect the students in any way. If you have been accepted to other schools and feel good about those programs, its an easy choice to just go elsewhere, but, if this school was your first choice, I wouldn't necessarily rule them out. I would have some serious conversations with them about what the problem was and what they're doing about it, though.