BEREA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Berea Community Elementary School showed a big drop in its scores, with a 11.1 point decrease from last year. This places the school in the fifth percentile of schools statewide. Among all the county’s schools, it had the second-lowest score of 53.3 with only Mayfield Elementary scoring lower.
Berea’s middle school did meet its goal and showed a 2.3 point increase to a score of 51.8. It is in the 39th percentile in the state for middle schools. The school still “needs improvement” but is progressing.
Finally, Berea Community High School showed a slight decrease of .8 points from last year, placing the school in the 58th percentile.
MODEL LABORATORY SCHOOLS
Model Laboratory Elementary School did well with it a score, ranking it fourth among all Madison County Schools.
The elementary showed a 5.1 point increase from last year, placing it in the 82nd percentile statewide. It is considering a proficient/progressing school.
Model Laboratory Middle School also showed a 5.1 point increase, making it the only “distinguished” middle school in Madison County. Its score of 71.1 puts it in the 92 percentile statewide.
Model’s high school had a 4.4 point drop, but still scored high enough to place in the 96th percentile statewide among other high schools. Model high school received the top “distinguished” designation.
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