Current partner school, Grover Washington Jr. Middle School was ranked #4 and former partner school Woodrow Wilson Middle School was ranked #8 for last year’s data around standardized tests, Keystone Exams and the SAT/ACT college admissions tests. The ranking also included how many students performed proficiently on standardized tests and improvements made by students who had previously underperformed on these tests, among other factors.
Both Grover Washington and Woodrow Wilson Middle Schools were part of the original Diplomas Now i3 grant study, and this is the second year in a row that Woodrow Wilson has made the list.
TOP PHILADELPHIA SCHOOLS AS RANKED BY NEW SCHOOL PERFORMANCE PROFILES
By John Tuleya and Bob McGovern
Philly Voice, Oct. 19, 2016
The state Department of Education released 2016 School Performance Profile scores for all Pennsylvania schools last week, and using that information, PhillyVoice has ranked each of the public schools of the School District of Philadelphia, as well as the city’s charter schools… read the full article on Philly Voice by following this link.