The just-released scores from the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) show the strong academic performance of the greater Bartlett area’s nearby school districts, as well as the performance of individual schools.
Lakeland School System (LSS) students’ district-wide TCAP achievement scores ranked number one in the state in both math and reading/language arts and ranked number two in the state in science.
- Students made gains on all high school End of Course exams with the largest gains in Algebra II and Chemistry.
- All individual grades made gains in math. There are nearly 22,000 more students on grade level in math this year than in 2014.
- Compared to 2011, 131,000 more students are on grade level in math, and nearly 60,000 more students are on grade level in science.
- The number of students on grade level in Algebra II has almost doubled since 2011.
- Nearly 60,000 more students are on grade level in science compared to 2011.
- Black, Hispanic, and Native American and economically disadvantaged students narrowed achievement gaps in all high school subjects.
- High school students made gains in all subjects.
- In 2015, students grew in English III, which resulted in more than 2,300 more students on grade level than last year.
2015 TCAP scores – districts
The 2015 TCAP tests showed these results for local school districts as a whole.
2015 TCAP Scores – Schools
The 2015 TCAP tests showed these results for individual Bartlett-area schools. (To slightly enlarge chart, click the chart once, wait for a new screen to pop up, and then click the chart again.)
For more information, visit tn.gov/education/topic/tcap-results-at-a-glance.