Governor Recognizes AHS Students in Reading and Math
Based on the 2013 results of the statewide reading, math, and science tests, Nebraska’s Governor Dave Heineman recognized the five highest scoring C-1 high schools in each subject area. Auburn High School was listed as first in reading and 2nd in math. AHS was compared with 39 other schools in C-1.
The C-1 rankings are as follows:
Reading Math Science
Auburn Pierce Gordon-Rushville
Milford Auburn Syracuse
Ord (tied for 3rd) Gordon-Rushville Fillmore Central
Syracuse (tied for 3rd) Syracuse Fairbury (tied for 4h)
Fairbury Wayne Pierce (tied for 4h)
Although schools were not ranked in writing, APS officials were pleased to learn that 94% of the 2013 juniors met or exceeded Nebraska State Writing Standards.
When compared to all 228 high schools in Nebraska, AHS ranked 14th in reading, 24th in math and 37th in science. Auburn educators believe these results are significant indicators of teacher and student commitment to quality education. Achieving success through innovation and excellence! (APS Mission Statement)
Nebraska State Accountability (NeSA) Testing
The Nebraska State Accountability (NeSA) testing window opens on March 25 and will close on May 3. All APS students in grades 3-8 and 11 will be assessed in reading and math. Students in Grades 5, 8, and 11 will also take the statewide science test for their respectively grade levels.
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