At a time when schools and students are measured by single test scores, the intent of the Council Rock Scorecard is to gather available data that tells the larger story about this school district and our students. Through a collection of objective measures that include Pennsylvania’s School Performance Profile and more subjective data gleaned from surveys and other instruments, our scorecard reflects what we, as a school community, value in a system of public education. Our hope is this scorecard will give parents and community members a more complete picture of the excellence and complexity of our schools and programs.
COUNCIL ROCK PROFILE: Council Rock School District is comprised of five municipalities –Newtown Township, Newtown Borough, Northampton Township, Upper Makefield Township and Wrightstown Township. Our school district is 72 square miles. We have 11,120 students served in 16 schools – 10 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 2 high schools and an alternative high school. Information on all of our schools and topics such as finances and transporation can be found by visiting our website www.crsd.org.
MEASURES OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT: Council Rock is proud of the achievement of its students. As measured by these and other indicators in our schools, students in Council Rock consistently score extremely well on nationally normed tests. In addition, Council Rock's attendance rate and graduation rate ranks among the best in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. For information on each of these measures, visit the links highlighted on the right side of each measure.
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MEASURES OF SERVICE TO OUR COMMUNITY: Council Rock prides itself on an ethic of service to others. We have a variety of service clubs and activities dedicated to this ethic. Our LINCS program is built to encourage student service hours within our community. Each year, the school district is dedicated to helping many charities. Our work, most particularly with March of Dimes, United Way, and the American Cancer Society, has drawn state and national commendation. Our dedication to service is a reflection on the ethic of our larger school community.
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THE CHARITIES SUPPORTED IN 2013-14
|2014 GREEN RIBBON SCHOOL DISTRICT
2013 AMERICA’S PROMISE 100 BEST COMMUNITIES
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
|2014 PA OUTSTANDING SCHOOL DISTRICT LIBRARY PROGRAM