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School Reports & District Scorecards
Seattle Public Schools is providing detailed information on how each school, and the district overall, is performing. These reports also explain what we are doing to increase academic achievement and close the achievement gap in each school and across the district.
The sixth annual District Scorecard shows how our students are performing across the district – from test scores to graduation rates. The Scorecard also shows how the district is performing operationally, in areas such as facilities, transportation and family satisfaction.
District Scorecard By Year
Below you can read about your school’s academic growth, student climate, accountability, family and staff engagement, and overall school performance. We hope you also take time to read the narrative page, where each school documents the steps it’s taking to ensure every student is achieving. Additional data including full climate surveys, the Continuous School Improvement Plans as well as past year's School Reports are available in the data summary page of our School Directory.
What can you do? Read your school report. Contact or join the Building Leadership Team for your school. Join your schools’ Parent Teacher Student Association, and volunteer in your school.
2013-2014 Climate Survey Results *New*
Winter 2014 Climate Survey by School
2012-2013 School Reports
** UPDATE ** School Reports for previous school years are normally posted by Nov. 1. The 2013-14 School Reports will be available by late spring. Our 2014-15 School Reports will be available on schedule by November 2015.
In the fall of each year, Seattle Public Schools assigns school segmentation levels (1 to 5) based on data outcomes from the previous school year. The purpose of segmentation is to monitor school progress toward meeting district-wide targets established in the strategic plan. Levels are determined based on a combination of absolute achievement, growth and improvement, and achievement gaps. The results are used to customize levels of support and autonomy based on performance and need. The most recent district summary report for school segmentation can be accessed here.