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State Report Card
The Ohio School Report Cards include six major components -- Achievement, Progress, Gap Closing, Graduation Rate, K-3 Literacy and Prepared for Success. There are one or more measures within each component. The state assigns an A-F letter grade to each. Districts and schools can receive up to 10 grades altogether. More information about each component is available on the Ohio Department of Education website.
As you look at the current State Report Card data (see links on the right of this page), please keep in mind that our students enter our schools with a wide range of skills. Our teachers must meet every child where they are academically and emotionally in an effort to close the gaps and help each child improve. This process is lifelong and cannot happen overnight, nor does academic growth develop in a vacuum. It is a journey that Centerville Schools is proud to be a part of from kindergarten to graduation. Our graduates have entered college with college credits earned while attending Centerville High School, have excelled on AP tests, distinguished themselves on college entrance exams, earned National Merit Scholarships and millions of dollars in college and university scholarships, and have entered college or the job market prepared for success.
At Centerville City Schools, we take accountability seriously and work to strike a balance between the failings of high stakes tests and what we believe our students need to be creative problem solvers in an unpredictable and complex job market. That’s why we use many different data points to guide our classroom instruction and measure student success. Given the flawed methodology of the current state testing model, we will garner what we can from this data, but also use it alongside a wide range of student growth measures.
If you have questions about the State Report Card, please contact the Curriculum Department.
State Report Card Documents