Tuesday, April 28, 2015

ACT data

As a school, we are constantly looking for ways to evaluate student performance, determine areas of strengths and areas for improvement.  One measure for evaluating our high school student performance is the data collected from ACT testing results.  Here is a graph that shows some great comparison data:

As a school, our students exceed state college readiness benchmarks in all four subcategories and composite scores.  As a parent myself, it is always reassuring to know that our students are performing well and surpassing the "average" expectations for students.  It is important to note that many high schools only report/track data on Senior ACT scores.  Our scores factor in students who take and report ACT scores in all four years of high school. 

Way to go TFCA students and teachers!

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