Every year, all of our underclassmen (grades 9 - 11) take the nationally recognized Stanford 10 Achievement Test. This multiple-choice assessment features a new Bible Assessment Subtest.
The Stanford Achievement Test Series offers a state-of-the-art evaluation edition to measure student progress toward high academic standards. This assessement enables us to find out what students know and are able to do.
This technically excellent instrument provides the valid and reliable tool needed for objective measurement of achievement. Administrators will receive reliable data to evaluate progress toward meeting content standards as well as high expectations.
Teachers are then empowered to identify and help children who are at risk of being left behind. Parents will understand what their children know and can do, and how to help them.
• State academic standards
• International Reading Association (IRA) and National Council of Teachers of
English (NCTE) standards
• National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
• National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
• Principles and Standards for School Mathematics
• National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) standards
• Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing
• Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education
Classic features of Stanford 10
• Technical excellence: valid and reliable information
• Grade-appropriate content
• Easy-hard-easy question format
• Materials to support interpretation, instruction, and parent communication
• Assessment of higher-level thinking
• Reports to monitor progress toward high expectations
• Data to disaggregate results
Features unique to the Stanford 10
• Latest norms (2002)
• Full color
• Student-friendly navigation
• ACSI bias review and analysis
• Reports simplified for utility and color-enhanced for readability
• Untimed testing format