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How did your kid's school perform on state report card?

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Posted at 4:02 PM, Sep 14, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-14 16:02:02-04

The Ohio Department of Education released annual state report cards Thursday.

Ohio State Schools Superintendent Paolo DeMaria told The Journal-News test scores for the 2016-17 school year were better, with proficiency levels higher than the year before on 15 of the 16 pre-high school tests.

Overall, scores improved across Ohio’s 612 public school districts, state officials said.

School are given a letter grade for six components: Achievement, Graduation, Progress, Gap Closing, K-3 Literacy and Prepared for Success.

See how some of Cincinnati's school districts fared below: 

Cincinnati Public Schools  

  • Achievement component grade: D
  • Graduation component grade: F
  • Progress component grade: F
  • Gap closing component grade: F
  • K-3 Literacy component grade: C
  • Prepared for success grade: D

Wyoming City Schools

  • Achievement component grade: A
  • Graduation component grade: A
  • Progress component grade: C
  • Gap closing component grade: B
  • K-3 Literacy component grade: NR
  • Prepared for success grade: A

Madeira City Schools

  • Achievement component grade: A
  • Graduation component grade: A
  • Progress component grade: A
  • Gap closing component grade: NR
  • K-3 Literacy component grade: B
  • Prepared for success grade: A

Mt. Healthy City Schools

  • Achievement component grade: F
  • Graduation component grade: D
  • Progress component grade: D
  • Gap closing component grade: F
  • K-3 Literacy component grade: D
  • Prepared for success grade: F

North College Hill City School District

  • Achievement component grade: F
  • Graduation component grade: D
  • Progress component grade: D
  • Gap closing component grade: F
  • K-3 Literacy component grade: F
  • Prepared for success grade: F

Norwood City School District

  • Achievement component grade: D
  • Graduation component grade: C
  • Progress component grade: B
  • Gap closing component grade: F
  • K-3 Literacy component grade: C
  • Prepared for success grade: F

Achievement measures the amount of students who passed state tests. The Gap Closing component represents how well schools are meeting expectations for “vulnerable populations” of students in language arts, math and graduation.

The K-3 Literacy portion looks at how successful the school is at getting struggling readers on track, and he progress part is based on the growth of students compared to previous years. Graduation rate looks at the percentage of students who successfully finish high school in four or five years, and the Prepared for Success portion represents how well prepared Ohio’s students are for the future.

Click here for full list of schools.