Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) standards are used to determine success under the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation.
The 2011 results are considered preliminary until they are certified by the State Board of Education.
|Year||Target Goals Achieved||AYP Status|
|2011||School met 10 (or 100.0%) out of 10 target goals||School made Adequate Yearly Progress|
|2010||School met 5 (or 71.4%) out of 7 target goals||School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress|
|2009||School met 8 (or 88.9%) out of 9 target goals||Not Met|
|2008||School met 11 (or 84.6%) out of 13 target goals.||Not Met|
|2007||School met 9 or (100%) out of 9 target goals.||Met|
|2006||School met 4 or (100%) out of 4 target goals.||Met|
To meet the federal standard for Adequate Yearly Progress, a school must achieve all (100%) of its target goals.