Standardized Testing

We are very proud of how well our students do on the standardized tests that they take each year.  Our elementary and junior high students are tested with MAPS tests; juniors and seniors take the ACT.

MAPS Testing

Elementary and junior high students are tested three times a year using MAPS Testing.  Student MAP testing results are reported in RIT scores (short for Rasch Unit). A RIT score is an estimation of a student’s instructional level and also measures student progress or growth in school.

At St. Patrick School, our students are tested in the following subjects:

  • K-2:  Reading and Math
  • 3-5: Reading, Math, Language Arts
  • 6-8: Reading, Math, Language Arts and Science
ACT Testing

St. Patrick juniors and seniors take the ACT, and they are able to take it right here at our school.  Our school counselors worked hard to bring back the ACT and to have St. Pat’s designated as a testing center.

Friday, March 13, 2020

ATTENTION

 

St. Patrick School is not in session until further notice due to the Governors ordered shut down.

While the school building is closed during the Governor’s ordered shutdown, we will continue with the education of our students via Google Classroom online (grades 6-12) and weekly assignment packets (grades K-8).

There will not be a pick up or drop off of educational materials on Monday, March 30.
Elementary students have received work to extend through April 3rd.  Secondary students will continue to receive lessons via Google Classroom. We hope students will be able to turn in all completed work when school resumes on Tuesday, April 14. Please note that teachers will not be sending any coursework or lessons during Spring Break.