Return to HeadlinesThe St. Paul school district is continuing the long tradition of academic success and excellence as we move though the 2016/17 school year. This month the state released District report cards which help to measure how well our schools are doing in comparison to the rest of the state. The report card uses testing results, attendance, graduation rates and certain other criteria to measure how well we are preparing students for college and careers. This year the instructional program in our district, coupled with our great teaching staff and hard- working students has again yielded results which exceed the state average in most areas. In English Language Arts and Math the district surpassed the state average in 9 of the 12 areas measured. Our 11th grade students scored the 4th highest among all schools in the state in English and our 8th grade students were the 4th highest in the state in Math. It is also important to note that our school attendance as measured by the percentage of days that students attend is one of the highest in the state. This tells us that our students enjoy being in our schools and good attendance helps to support academic success. It is the outstanding work of our teachers, the hard work of our students and the support of our parents and community members that have helped us to achieve so much. You can find additional information about student achievement on the web at-http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/reportcard/reports.aspx.
District Report Cards
School and District Report Cards