Grades K - 12

High School Graduation Rate, Urban Archdiocesan and Diocsean Schools of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the Diocese of Covington calculate a graduation rate for the urban schools in the same manner. The calculation is simply the number of high school graduates divided by the number of freshmen four years earlier. This calculation is similar to the public school district calculations in that it is a four year rate, but different in the way the rate is actually calculated. It is not recommended to compare the rates. [...] more about High School Graduation Rate, Urban Archdiocesan and Diocsean Schools of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport

High School Graduation Rate, Newport Independent Schools

The State of Kentucky defines the graduation rate as the percentage of students entering a high school in the ninth grade that graduate in four years. Many students, especially in urban areas, move between schools within or outside of their school district, making accurate calculation difficult and expensive.  Kentucky has moved to a standard four year adjusted cohort rate that will more accurately account for students. [...] more about High School Graduation Rate, Newport Independent Schools

High School Graduation Rate, Covington Independent Schools

The State of Kentucky defines the graduation rate as the percentage of students entering a high school in the ninth grade that graduate in four years. Many students, especially in urban areas, move between schools within or outside of their school district, making accurate calculation difficult and expensive.
  

High School Graduation Rate, Cincinnati Public Schools

The State of Ohio defines the graduation rate as the percentage of students that received a diploma in four years (including summer graduates), accounting for dropouts and withdrawals. Many students, especially in urban areas, move between schools within or outside of their school district, making accurate calculation difficult and expensive.
  

Reading and Math Achievement, Urban Diocesan Schools of Covington and Newport

The Archdiocesan Schools of Cincinnati use the TerraNova Multiple Assessment to assess progress in reading and math.  Grade four has been designated as a critical milestone for student progress in reading, representing a shift from learning how to read to reading to learn.
Competence in mathematics is essential for functioning in everyday life as well as for success in our increasingly technological workplace. Early assessment in both reading and math is important in order to ensure students are achieving at grade level and to offer interventions to those who are not. 

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