TERRANOVA TEST RESULTS 2013
TerraNova is a series of standardized achievement tests given to all students in the Archdioceses of Chicago Elementary Schools in the spring of their 3rd, 5th and 7th grade years. This test allows teachers to evaluate each student's knowledge and application skills in the core academic subject areas of reading, language, mathematics, science and social studies. TerraNova tests are dually aligned with Archdiocesan curricula and both the National and Illinois State Learning Standards.
Students across the country take the same tests and, by comparing their scores, a national norm is established, which indicates the progress that students at different grade levels are making. This national norm is set at 50.
St. Albert the Great's overall performance is summarized by the data listed below. The results are very exciting and reflect the efforts of a dedicated teaching staff that is focused on engaging our students.