As we reported last fall, Windsor High School outperformed most area high schools in the 2015 Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) assessments. We are especially proud to report that for 2016, the trend continues with regard to State SBAC averages, which the VT Agency of Education (AOE) released yesterday. The AOE will release public school-level 2016 SBAC results later this month for all public schools in Vermont.
WHS students in grade 11, the only grade assessed in every VT high school, beat the VT state average for Math by 13% and ELA by 6%. Those percentage increases represent those students that scored a Level 3 or Level 4 above the state average. According to SBAC, “A score at or above “Level 3” in grade 11 is meant to suggest conditional evidence that a student is ready for entry-level, transferable, credit-bearing college courses.”
Windsor High School is very proud of our students from the region who attend our High School, including Windsor, Hartland, Weathersfield, West Windsor, and Cornish students. We appreciate our teachers for their focus, attention and dedication to the importance of learning. We are proud of all Windsor Schools Students!
Read the Vermont AOE press release on the 2016 SBAC scores here.