A Tradition of State Report Card Excellence
 
 
New State Report Card system shows the Beavercreek City School District
continues to excel despite more rigorous standards
 
 
The Beavercreek City School District is one of only a few districts locally to earn all As and Bs in the 2012-13 state Report Card assessments, and one of two districts in its similar district grouping statewide to do so, despite a shift to more rigorous standards.
 
A quick summary of the district's 2012-13 report card follows:
 
Achievement
Beavercreek City Schools met 24 of 24 performance indicators that assess students’ academic proficiency by grade level and subject, and exceeded state standards in every case, resulting in a grade of “A.” 
 
The district also earned its highest Performance Index (PI) Score ever—a 105.8—which measures the achievement of every student, and not just those who score proficient or higher.  With the new, more rigorous standards, this PI score equates to an 88.1 percent, or “B.”  Scores of 90 to 100 percent are the equivalent of an “A.”
 
Progress  
The district earned an “A” in the overall Progress category, which measures the average annual improvement for individual students in math and reading in grades 4-8.  Progress among gifted students and students with disabilities also earned the district “A”s, while a “B” was received for progress among students who rank in the lowest 20 percent in achievement.
 
Graduation Rate
Beavercreek’s 94.7 percent four-year Graduation Rate equates to an “A” in the new system.  Its five-year graduation rate was a respectable 93.6 percent, falling just 1.4 percentage points shy of an “A.”
 
Gap Closing 
Beavercreek also earned respectable marks in the Annual Measurable Objectives category, which assess reading and math proficiency as related to socioeconomic, racial, ethnic or disability status.  The district earned an 88.7, or “B” grade, falling short of an “A” by just 1.3 percentage points. 
 
For complete 2012-13 district report card results, please visit the Ohio Department of Education's Report Card Web site, http://reportcard.education.ohio.gov/Pages/default.aspx 
 
 
Understanding Ohio's new Report Card System
The Ohio Department of Education's newly-revamped Report Card system provides more rigorous measures of district and school performance.  For more detailed information about the new Report Card, visit:
An explanation of each component of the new report card can be found here:
 
State Report Cards for the Beavercreek City School District:  Archived Results
To view an archive of our District's State Report Cards, please select "District Report Cards" from the menu at left.
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
Last Modified on July 28, 2014