MCCSC Earns “A” Rating from Indiana Department of Education
At the elementary and middle school levels, the scores are based on the spring 2014 ISTEP+, IMAST< and ISTAR results. The score may be raised or lowered based on the students’ academic growth. At the high school level, the scores are based on the results of the sophomore cohort group on the English 10 End-of-Course Assessment, the Algebra I End-of-Course Assessment, the graduation rate, and College and Career Readiness. The scores can also be raised or lowered based on students’ progress from the 8th grade to the 10th grade and from the 10th grade to the 12th grade.
We are proud of the achievement of our students and thank our parents and community for their continued support and our teachers and administrators for their dedication and persistent efforts for the students of MCCSC.
MCCSC values the diversity in our schools and community. All students’ experiences and perspectives are assets. It is Board policy that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other legally protected characteristic, in its programs or activities, including employment opportunities.
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