Our Student Achievement

The 2016-2017 school year was the third consecutive year that students at The Hundred Acre School exceeded the national average, based on a national normative assessment report from Teaching Strategies GOLD, an assessment tool grounded in 38 research-based objectives that include predictors of school success and are aligned with the Common Core Standards and state early learning guidelines.

The report, which measures six major domains of learning—mathematics, literacy, developing social and emotional skills, and cognitive, language, and physical skills—provides positive proof of student learning outcomes and achievement, in comparison to a national peer group.

 

YEAR THREE ASSESSMENT DATA (2016-2017)

The Pre-Kindergarten students at The Hundred Acre School scored equal to or higher than the national average of a normative sample in all six domains:

  • 87% higher than average in literacy
  • 68% higher in math
  • 33% higher in cognitive
  • 94% higher in language
  • 28% higher in social-emotional
  • 13% higher in physical

YEAR TWO ASSESSMENT DATA (2015-2016)

Students who completed the year at The Hundred Acre School scored equal to or higher than the national average of a normative sample in all six domains:

  • 47% higher in literacy
  • 34% higher than average in math
  • 22% higher in social-emotional
  • 38% higher in cognitive
  • 43% higher in language
  • Equal to national average in physical

YEAR ONE ASSESSMENT DATA (2014-2015)

Students who completed the year at The Hundred Acre School scored higher than the national average of a normative sample in all six domains:
• 14.40% higher than average in math
• 12.14% higher in literacy
• 11.09% higher in cognitive
• 10.46% higher in language
• 8.41% higher in social-emotional
• 4.36% higher in physical

STUDENT POPULATION BY ENROLLMENT