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2016 MAP, EOC scores for Confluence Charter Schools

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education publicly released the results of the Missouri Assessment Program and End-of-Course exams. Each spring, students who attend public schools and public charter schools are tested based on state learning standards.

Students in grades 3-8 take grade level assessments in English language arts and math. Students in grades 5 and 8 are also tested in science. Students at the high school level take EOC exams in English II, Algebra I, Biology and Government. Both MAP and EOC are standards-based. There are four levels of achievement: Below Basic, Basic, Proficient and Advanced.

Overall results for Confluence Charter Schools and Grand Center Arts Academy local education agencies are:

Confluence Charter Schools

English Language Arts

32.2% Prof/Adv

34.8% Basic

33.1% Below Basic

Math

17.2% Prof/Adv

41.8% Basic

41% Below Basic

Science

6.2% Prof/Adv

47.5% Basic

46.3% Below Basic

 

Grand Center Arts Academy

English Language Arts

54.7% Prof/Adv

20.6% Basic

24.7% Below Basic

Math

26.2% Prof/Adv

37.7% Basic

36.1% Below Basic

Science

41% Prof/Adv

37.6% Basic

21.4% Below Basic

 

Scores for the campuses within each LEA are outlined in fact sheets; see below.

Confluence Charter Schools started in 2003. It has grown from one campus and 245 students to five schools serving more than 3,000 students in the city of St. Louis in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.

Confluence is a non-profit charter school network with two local education agencies, or LEAs. There are two university sponsors – University of Missouri-Columbia and Saint Louis University.  Four campuses are sponsored by MU – Confluence Academy-Old North, Confluence Academy-South City, Aspire Academy and Confluence Preparatory Academy, which includes Elite Academy at CPA, a middle school. Saint Louis University is the sponsor for Grand Center Arts Academy. Confluence is governed by one board of directors. It is an independent network not affiliated with an education management company.

NOTE: Annual Performance Reports for schools in Missouri will be released to the public by DESE on November 7, 2016. Details on APR results for Confluence and GCAA will be announced at that time.