St. Johns County School District FACT 2.0 Results

Scores for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test 2.0 (FCAT) were received today and St. Johns County students continue to excel. On the Sunshine State Standards (SSS), which are required skills for graduation, St. Johns County students scored extremely well in reading, math and science among all 67 Florida school districts.

“I couldn’t be more pleased to see this across the board growth after starting at such a high level, it is simply amazing,” said Superintendent Dr. Joseph Joyner. “Thanks to the teachers, students, curriculum staff, administration and parents for their focus and commitment to high achievement which is evident in our scores. I am very proud.”

Ranking
In State
2014
SJCSD
% Level 3
& above
State
% Level 3
& above
Ranking
In State
2014
SJCSD
% Level 3
& above
State
% Level 3
& above
READING 2

 

Math

 

3rd Grade

 

1st

 

76

 

57

 

3rd Grade

 

1st (T)

 

73

 

58

 

4th Grade

 

1st

 

79

 

61

 

4th Grade

 

3rd

 

80

 

63

 

5th Grade

 

1st

 

79

 

61

 

5th Grade

 

1st

 

74

 

56

 

6th Grade

 

1st

 

79

 

60

 

6th Grade

 

2nd (T)

 

72

 

53

 

7th Grade

 

1st

 

77

 

57

 

7th Grade

 

1st

 

75

 

56

 

8th Grade

 

1st

 

77

 

57

 

8th Grade

 

7th (T)

 

60

 

47

 

9th Grade

 

1st

 

72

 

53

 

10th Grade

 

1st

 

75

 

55

 

Science

 

Grade 5

 

1st

 

72

 

54

 

Grade 8

 

1st

 

74

 

49

 

(T)=Tied with another District

The FCAT, which assesses reading (third through 10th grades), math (third through eighth grades) and science (fifth and eighth grades) skills, was given in April to students throughout the state. Achievement levels range from one to five, with Level 3 being considered proficient. The test is part of a statewide effort to increase student performance and school accountability.

School grades for elementary and middle schools are expected to be released later this summer. High school grades will not be announced until later this year because the high school grading system incorporates data not yet available such as graduation rates and results of advanced academic testing.

Additional information can be found at http://fcat.fldoe.org/.