Clinton-Massie High School stands out in state tests among 12 regional districts

ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Among a dozen school districts in the region, Clinton-Massie High School placed first in Algebra I, according to preliminary 2017 state test results.

Clinton-Massie Curriculum Director Robyn Donisi reviewed preliminary data from 2017 state testing at Monday night’s board of education session.

She said that in high school algebra, Clinton-Massie “hit the ball out of the park,” outpacing runner-up Blanchester Local Schools by 8 percentage points.

In the seven tested areas for high school, Clinton-Massie finished in the top two six times. The one score where the high school finished out of the top two — English I — it placed third among the 12 districts.

Within the three test areas for last year’s eighth-graders, Massie students were first in English Language Arts, third in science, and fifth in math.

In the two tested areas for seventh grade, Clinton-Massie students ranked first in math and fifth in English Language Arts.

Sixth grade results have Clinton-Massie ranking fourth in English Language Arts, tied for fifth with Wilmington in math, and placing fifth in social studies.

In the three tested areas for fifth grade, Massie finished second both in English Language Arts and in math, and seventh in science.

The dozen regional districts included in the rankings are located in Clinton, Fayette, Highland and Adams Counties.

Reach Gary Huffenberger at 937-556-5768.

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By Gary Huffenberger