In English end-of-course testing, CHS students were second only to Thayer in the SCA and well above the state average.
Social studies scores for CHS also exceeded the state average, with only Thayer, Salem and Mtn. View-Birch Tree scoring higher.
In biology, 86.8% of CHS students tested scored at the proficient or advanced level on the state test. The state average was 66.8%. Scores for other SCA schools were: Ava, 82.7%; Willow Springs, 81.9%; Salem, 66.7%; Thayer, 62.6%; Mtn. Grove, 56.2%; Houston, 47%; and Mtn. View-Birch Tree, 43.6%.
“It was another outstanding year for our science department,” CHS principal Brad Shockley said.
(Read our entire report, including the middle school and elementary school MAP results, in this week's Cabool Enterprise.)
News Article By: The Cabool Enterprise