We are committed to preparing all students in the Lake Stevens School District for a bright future. We work to ensure that all students move from grade to grade with the academic knowledge and skills necessary for success in the next school year and beyond. Assessments are one of many ways that we have to know whether students have mastered skills needed for the next level.
Statewide assessments include the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP), High School Proficiency Exams (HSPE) and End-of-Course Exams (EOC). The academic performance of subgroups of students is also important. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) was determined until 2012, when it was replaced by Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO). Lake Stevens School District also participates in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) every other year. This provides an overall indication of the performance of students in the State of Washington compared to the rest of the country.
Director of Educational Technology & Assessment
Email Mike Weatherbie
Student Assessment Data
The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) maintains the most current student assessment information through the Washington State Report Card. You may view assessment scores for the district as a whole, or individually by each school.
Student assessment data and demographics by school:
- Lake Stevens High School (LSHS)
- Cavelero Mid High School (CMHS)
- Lake Stevens Middle School (LSMS)
- North Lake Middle School (NLMS)
- Glenwood Elementary School (GLW)
- Highland Elementary School (HLD)
- Hillcrest Elementary School (HLC)
- Mt. Pilchuck Elementary School (MTP)
- Skyline Elementary School (SKY)
- Sunnycrest Elementary School (SUN)
- HomeLink (HLK)