Montco High School Rated Best In The State

Wissahickon School District’s Wissahickon High School has achieved the highest rating in the state based on the most recent Pennsylvania School Performance Profile. With a total 101.8 SPP score, Wissahickon is one of only three high schools in the state to score over 100. Used as a tool to measure student progress and achievement, the SPP is based on a specific criteria weighted heavily on standardized test scores.

From Philly.Com:

The scores are based in large part on the Keystone exams, started three years ago and given to secondary students in three subject areas – Reading, Algebra 1 and Biology. Other measures include how well a school closes the achievement gap, graduation, attendance rates, and the number of Advanced Placement course offerings.

Wissahickon’s performance this year is up 2.8 points from last year’s 99.