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Uncommon Schools Academic Results

Uncommon's high school graduates are on pace to graduate from four-year colleges at higher rates than students from the wealthiest American households.

At Uncommon high schools, students are exceeding the SAT College Readiness Benchmark, demonstrating that they are on the path to success in college and beyond.  88% of Uncommon high school students take one or more AP classes, and the number of seniors who pass 1 or more AP exams is more than double the national average.

According to researchers at Stanford University, Uncommon Schools students make the greatest academic gains of any large charter network in the country.

 

Attending an Uncommon school "completely cancels out the negative effect associated with being a student in poverty."
(Stanford CREDO, 2013) 

 

Academic Results by Region

 
 
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Source: 2017 New York State Exams

Click here for a downloadable version of New York City results highlights.

 

 

Source: 2017 New York State Exams

Click here for a downloadable version of Rochester results highlights.

 

 

Source: 2017 New York State Exams

Click here for a downloadable version of Troy results highlights.

 

 

 

Source: 2017 New Jersey PARCC Exams

Click here for a downloadable version of New Jersey results highlights.

 

 

 

2016-17 Massachusetts exam results are scheduled to be released in October 2017.

 

 

 

Source: 2017 New Jersey PARCC Exams

Click here for a downloadable version of New Jersey results highlights.