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Nashoba Valley Technical High School

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Next Generation MCAS Tests 2017
Percent of Students at Each Achievement Level for Nashoba Valley Technical High School

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Click on any Grade and Subject rows in the table to view Achievement Level in graph.


Note: School achievement percentiles (1-99) compare each group’s average scaled score to the average scaled scores of the same group from all public schools across the state. Only students enrolled in the same school since October 1 are included in calculations, and groups with fewer than 10 students do not receive percentiles.

MCAS Tests of Spring 2017
Percent of Students at Each Achievement Level for Nashoba Valley Technical High School


GRADE 10 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS 94 91 27 47 67 44 5 6 1 3 177  97.7 35.5 162 
GRADE 10 - MATHEMATICS 81 79 44 53 37 26 13 14 5 8 178  91.3 54.0 164 
GRADE 10 - SCIENCE AND TECH/ENG 80 74 27 32 53 42 17 21 2 5 167  91.9 N/A N/A 



The all grades results in the SCHOOL columns include all tested grades at the school. However, in the STATE columns, the all grades results include only schools in the following school type categories based on the grades served in the most recent year:

  • Elementary School, usually serving grades K-5 or K-6
  • Elementary-Middle School, usually serving grades K-8
  • Middle School, usually serving grades 6-8 or 7-8
  • Middle-High or K-12 School, usually serving grades 7-12 or K-12
  • High School, usually serving grades 9-12

  • NOTE: Grade 10 STE results are reported based on students' best performance on any STE test taken in grade 9 or grade 10; only students continuously enrolled in the state, district, or school from fall of grade 9 through spring of grade 10 are included in state, district, or school results.