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Orange Earns ‘A’ on State Report Card Assessment
September 12, 2014 - The Orange City School District is proud to announce today that it performed well overall on the 2014 Ohio Department of Education school district report card earning an “A” rating in Achievement and an “A” rating in Progress.

Here are some highlights from this year’s ODE report card:
  • Orange City School District:
    • Earned an “A” = MET 24 out of 24 state indicators
    • Earned an “A” in Overall Value Added (measures progress for all students in math and reading, grades 4-8)
    • Earned an “A” in Graduation rate
    • Earned an “A” with an all-time high Performance Index (PI) of 108.2 (measures the achievement of every student)
    • Narrowed the achievement gap in annual measurable objectives (AMO)
    • Using the previous state assessment ratings, Orange would have earned an "Excellent with Distinction" rating

  • Individual School Highlights:
    • Orange High School -
      • Earned an “A” = MET 24 out of 24 state indicators
      • Performance Index = 111.4
      • **High Schools in Ohio do not receive Value Added ratings at this time.
    • Brady Middle School -
      • Earned an “A” = MET 24 out of 24 state indicators
      • Performance Index = 107.4
      • Earned an “A” in Value Added (Student Growth)
    • Moreland Hills Elementary School
      • Earned an “A” = MET 24 out of 24 state indicators
      • Performance Index = 106.7
      • Earned an “A” in Value Added (Student Growth)
Orange will use this data to help enhance curriculum that will build upon our successes while addressing our challenges. We will develop strategies, interventions and support to provide students with authentic and engaging learning opportunities.

On Monday, September 15, 2014, Orange along with more than 50 school districts across Ohio will be releasing its Quality Profile. This report will encompass various educational measures and highlights not covered in the State assessments in order to give you a fuller picture of the District.

For the full State Report Card report, visit the ODE website