A Fall-to-Fall Comparison of Test Scores
Fall Scores Become an Indicator in Light of Spring Test Cancellation
Here's the PDF of the chart above.
Last Full-Year Assessment Results
SJB students score 34% higher than public students in reading, 44% higher in math.
Scores of SJB and Public School Students -- A Comparison
The Catholic Schools Office compared math and reading scores of students in St. John the Baptist, Archdiocesan schools in Montgomery County, and state public schools.
SJB students scored 34 percent higher than state public school students in reading and 44 percent higher in math. The report is based on end-of-year Scantron scores taken by SJB students in June.
Standardized testing is one of the many tools the Archdiocese of Washington Catholic schools used to measure our students' mastery of important concepts and skills. The primary purpose of testing is to improve students' learning and teachers' teaching by identifying both strengths and areas of improvement. Test scores are an important measure of performance, but they cannot and should not be the sole criteria upon which a family decides which Catholic school best fits their unique circumstances.
Comparison of SJB, County Archdiocesan Schools, and State Schools
Comparison of Archdiocesan and State Schools
SJB Growth Analysis in Reading and Math
Take a closer look at how Catholic school students compare with public-school students.