Student performance was scored using four levels. Below is a breakdown of what each level means:

  • Level 1 indicates that a student not performing at grade level standrds, and additional supports are needed.
  • Level 2 indicates that the student is doing grade-level work as defined by the standards, but not as the depth or level of rigor to be considered on-track for college readiness.
  • Level 3 indicates that the student is performing at academic expectations for that grade level and is on track to being college ready.
  • Level 4 indicates that the student is performing above expectations for that grade level and is on track to being college ready.

State Results: Language Arts

  • An average of 79.8% of all students tested met or exceed English language arts grade-level academic expectations.
  • An average of 41.9% of all students tested met or exceeded English language arts grade-level academic expectations for college readiness.

State Results: Math

  • An average of 77.9% of all students tested met or exceed math grade-level academic expectations.
  • An average of 34% of all students tested met or exceeded math grade-level academic expectations for college readiness.