During each school year, students in Ohio participated in the AIR standardized tests. These tests are designed to measure how well students master the knowledge and skills they should have in each grade according to Ohio’s Learning Standards.
How are the test scores used?
Our focus is on individual student growth, and we realize that the test is only one snapshot in time. In Springboro Schools, the results are another tool to know your child and to continue improving our local schools. We use data--including standardized test scores--to drive instruction, to differentiate, to connect with our students, and to find the individual ways that engage, prepare, inspire and challenge all learners.
The scores are also used by the State of Ohio to in our district’s report card, which is released each fall. In addition the state report card we analyze the achievements of our students across a broad range of courses, competitions, and activities. We look at a variety of factors that illustrate our district’s performance: Advanced Placement course participation and scores, ACT scores, our graduation rate, our students’ performance on AIMS, and IOWA tests.
How did the district score on the most recent report card?
Springboro Schools Earns an Overall 5-Star Rating, the Highest Possible, Based on the Newly Released ODE State Report Card. As published by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), Springboro Schools’ 2022-2023 State Report Card results illustrate the district earned an Overall Rating of 5-Stars, the highest rating possible for “significantly exceeding state standards.”