• Interboro's schools, like those across the Commonwealth, are assigned building level academic scores based on the following indicators:

    • Academic Achievement (40%)
      • Community Schools
        • Percentage of Students who were enrolled for a full academic year who scored Advanced or Proficient on ELA, Math, and Science PSSAs
        • Percentage of Students who were enrolled for a fully academic year who scored Advanced or Proficient on the 3rd Grade ELA PSSA
      • High School
        • Percentage of students enrolled for a fully academic year in 11th grade who, by the end of 11th grade (Class of 2017), scored Advanced or Proficient on the Literature, Biology, and Keystone Examinations
        • Percent of students (Class of 2016) scoring Component or Advanced on Industry Standards-Based Assessments including the NOCTI/NIMS taken through the Delaware County Technical Schools
        • Percent of seniors (Class of 2016) who scored a 1550 or higher on the SAT and/or 22 or higher on the ACT by the end of their 12th grade year
    • Closing the Achievement Gap (10%)
      • Community Schools & High School
        • All Students This performance measure represents the success in closing the achievement gap for all students in the specified subject area (Math/ELA/Science). The Achievement Gap formula requires schools to close ½ of the achievement gap identified during the baseline year of testing over 6 years.
        • Historically Underperforming Students (H.U.S./H.U.P): Represents a non-duplicated count of students with disabilities, economically disadvantaged students, and English Language Learners. This measure represents the success in closing the achievement gap for H.U.S. in the specified subject areas (Math/ELA/Science) identified during the baseline using the above formula.
    • Academic Growth/PVAAS (40%)
      • Community Schools & High School
        • This performance measure represents the academic growth of students taking the Mathematics PSSA or Algebra I Keystone Exam relative to changes in their achievement level/entering achievement during the reported year. (PVAAS takes all of the state testing data on a student and projects how much progress or growth would be reasonable for a student to make in a school year.)
    • Other Academic Indicators (10%)
      • Community Schools
        • Promotion Rate: This performance measure represents the percent of students promoted in each grade for the school (based upon previous year's data).
        • Attendance Rate: The value represented for the reported year equals the sum of the student's average daily attendance divided by average daily membership multiplied by 100. (2014 – 2015 data)
      • High School
        • Cohort Graduation Rate: This performance measure represents the percent of students in the school who graduate in four years with a regular high school diploma. (2014 – 2015 data)