Assessments

District Report Card

The Missouri Comprehensive Data System (MCDS) portal allow the user to search for data about all public school districts in the state.  Click below to go to the MCDS Portal. 

State Assessments

Through the Missouri Assessment Program students are tested using grade level examinations and end of course exams. Click below to find out more information.

Standards

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education sets the standards by which our students are assessed .  Click below to access the Missouri Learning Standards.

District Assessments

Throughout the school year students are monitored for progress.  We use Evaluate to assess this progress.  Click the link below to find out more about Evaluate assessments. 

ACT/ACT WorkKeys

Many students take the ACT or ACT WorkKeys in order to meet requirements of admission to a post-secondary institution.  Click the link below to find out more. 

Accuplacer

Accuplacer is a free test provided by the College Board that assesses a student's college readiness.

PSAT

NCHS give the PSAT to interested juniors.  This assessment is required to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Competition.

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