Results

Classical Charter Schools proficiency rates near the top in New York City

2015-2016

On the 2015-2016 state tests, our schools performed among the best in the city, with over twice the proficiency rate as district schools and about five times the proficiency rate of District 12 and District 7, where South Bronx Classical Charter Schools I and II are located, respectively. Importantly, the results above also  include Chappaqua Central School District, the highest performing district in New York State. We compare ourselves to the best so we can be sure our scholars are on track to attend the colleges of their choice, pursue careers and enjoy all the liberties afforded to the educated.

State Test Highlights

South Bronx Classical Charter School I

Scholars in third through eighth grades took the state tests in April 2015.

  • 6th of 165 NYC charter schools in difference in performance vs. community school district
  • 15th of 165 NYC charter schools in ELA pass rates
  • 20th of 165 NYC charter schools in math pass rates

South Bronx Classical Charter School II

Scholars in third grade took the state tests in April 2015.

  • 19th of 165 NYC charter schools in difference in performance vs. community school district
  • 5th of 165 NYC charter schools in ELA pass rates
  • 24th of 165 NYC charter schools in math pass rates

 

Recipient of 2014 National Blue Ribbon Award

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South Bronx Classical Charter School was nationally recognized as an “Exemplary High Performing” school based on national and state assessments over the last five years.

Classical Charter scholars strong across benchmarks

other results 2015

We use a variety of benchmark assessments to measure scholar outcomes. State tests only assess scholars in third grade and up in math and ELA, so we use rigorous internal assessments in every subject and every grade to monitor our scholars’ mastery of grade level standards throughout the school. We also measure reading growth in every grade using Fountas & Pinnell running records. Since reading skills are required in nearly every subject, this is one of the most important measures of scholar growth. Additionally, the state offers a science test in 4th grade which helps us ensure our science program is on track.

Learn more about the achievement of our English Language Learners and Scholars with Disabilities.

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