Partial School Report Card Data Released: Find Out How Solon Did
There are no overall ratings yet, but Solon parents, teachers and community members can take a look at how the district did on some of the important indicators like graduation rate and adequate yearly progress.
Traditional state report cards for local school districts have been delayed, but the Ohio Department of Education today released some preliminary data to give the public an idea of how their local school district performed last year.
As expected, Solon Schools continue to excel.
Here’s a look at how Solon schools performed:
- 96.7 percent of students graduated within four years.
- The district met adequate yearly progress.
- The district has a value-added score of “above,” which means that, overall, students in grades 3 to 8 learn more than expected in a year.
Elementary and Middle School Scores (out of 100)
|3rd Grade Reading||94.6|
|3rd Grade Math||93|
|4th Grade Reading||98|
|4th Grade Math||97.7|
|5th Grade Reading||93.7|
|5th Grade Math||95.1|
|5th Grade Science||94.2|
|6th Grade Reading||99.5|
|6th Grade Math||98.3|
|7th Grade Reading||94.7|
|7th Grade Math||95.2|
|8th Grade Reading||98.4|
|8th Grade Math||97.5|
|8th Grade Science||95.2|
High School Scores (out of 100)
|10th Grade Reading||97.7|
|10th Grade Writing||98.3|
|10th Grade Math||97.5|
|10th Grade Science||96|
|10th Grade Social Studies||98.2|
|11th Grade Reading||99.6|
|11th Grade Writing||99.8|
|11th Grade Math||99.1|
|11th Grade Science||99.1|
|11th Grade Social Studies||99.6|
Now, some caveats:
The information does not include an overall rating, such as “excellent” or “effective,” that the public is used to seeing. The state is investigating whether some districts manipulated attendance data and is holding off on releasing final report cards until that investigation is complete.
The available information includes the percentage of students who scored proficient or higher on state tests and the graduation rates for the 2011-2012 school year. It also includes the value-added measure—which tracks whether students make a year’s worth of growth in grades 3 to 8 for reading and math—and adequate yearly progress, which measures achievement for students by subgroup.
On its website, the department stresses that this information is preliminary and could change.
You can download all of the available data on the Ohio Department of Education’s website.