Quantitative and Qualitative Data

Quantitative & Qualitative Data

Quantitative Data

St. Clare students consistently shine in their academic performance and their academic growth each year. During the 2019-2020 academic year, due to the suspension of in-school learning from the Covid-19 pandemic, we were only able to get accurate assessment data through mid year. For a report on our academic achievement data for the entire 2018-2019 academic year and through mid-year 2019-2020, click here

Prior to the 2018-2019 school year, St. Clare 2nd-8th grade students all took the Iowa Test of Basic Skills exam each winter. They consistently score above grade level. 

As a school, in 2017-2018 the net total grade level equivalent (GE) points we gained was 3.3 with the most growth occurring in Middle School. While the baseline or expected score for eighth grade students is 8.5, St. Clare eighth graders had an average GE score of 11.5. The baseline score for seventh grade is 7.5 and St. Clare seventh graders had an average GE score of 9.3. The baseline score for sixth grade is 6.5 and St. Clare sixth graders had an average GE score of 7.4. The GE score represents what grade/month you would expect to find a student with a given score.

Congratulations to our St. Clare students and teachers for all of their hard work!

Qualitative Data

What do our St. Clare students say about their school? Here are a few examples: 

“You’ll like St. Clare because I LOVE it!” –Kindergarten Student

“St. Clare is a very nice school and the teachers are very helpful. The classrooms are wonderful, and I love spending time with my friends!”–Third Grade Student

To read more about why our students love St. Clare, click here.