We invite you to review the Academic Profile of Bishop Fenwick High School for 2018-19.
THIS IS A SIMULATION OF A STATE OF OHIO REPORT CARD USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The Achievement Component represents whether student performance on state tests met established thresholds and how well students performed on tests overall. A new indicator measures chronic absenteeism.
Bishop Fenwick High School is a traditional four- year high school. This graduation Rate looks at the percentage of students who are successfully finishing high school with a diploma.
PREPARED FOR SUCCESS
The Prepared for Success component looks at how well-prepared Ohio’s students are for future opportunities. Bishop Fenwick High School is a traditional, four-year college preparatory high school and as such does not provide career/technical pathways.
The following areas from the state report cards are not applicable due to lack of the same school set-up and resources public schools have for tracking:
- Gap Closing
- Improving At-Risk K-3 Readers
– ACHEIVEMENT –
The Performance Index measures the test results of every student, not just those who score proficient or higher. There are seven levels on the index and schools receive points for every student who takes a test. The higher the achievement level, the more points awarded in the school’s index.
– ACHEIVEMENT –
Indicators Met measures the percent of students who have earned a score of 3 (“proficient”) or higher. It also includes the chronic absenteeism indicator. Test results are reported for each student who took a test in that area of content.