The Cinnaminson school district received an ‘A’ rating for the 2015-2016 school year as determined by NICHE, ranking 5th in South Jersey.
“I would like to start off the New Year by congratulating the staff and students of Cinnaminson High School on being recognized on its’ most recent accomplishment,” principal Darlene Llewellyn said in her January newsletter.
NICHE developed the rankings for the real estate market. The factors used include:
- State test scores (PARCC 2014-2015 test results)
- College readiness
- Graduation rates
- SAT/ACT scores
- Teacher quality as measured by advanced degrees
- Student/teacher ratios
- Student/parent surveys
- AP enrollment
- AP pass rate
- Advanced math enrollment
Cinnaminson received an ‘A’ grade for the 2015-2016 school year. The schools were ranked in the following categories:
- Academics—B+ (reflecting the 2014-15 PARCC scores)
- Clubs and Activities—A
- College Readiness—A-
- Culture & Diversity—B
- Resources and Facilities-A
NICHE also separates schools based on regions and Cinnaminson ranked 5th for Southern New Jersey for Pre-K through 12th grade school districts, which includes Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties.
Cinnaminson ranked 6th overall for Southern New Jersey when adding in K-8th grade and regional schools.
Cinnaminson school district received a statewide rank of 80 from NICHE.
“The above is great news for our school district and community,” Llewellyn said in the newsletter. “You should all take significant pride in your contribution in making Cinnaminson a truly special place to be. Congratulations to our students and staff on this accomplishment.”
The rest of the January newsletter from Mrs. Llewellyn can be read here.
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