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Latest revision as of 15:30, 15 May 2014

Overview | Process | Reports | Plan | Join in

These key performance indicators are used by focus groups and

professional learning communities

for school improvement.

Students: Students achieving the student objectives[edit]

  1. Student Achievement Data:
  2. Student Demographic Data:
  3. Students in Support Team Process
  4. Survey Data:

Program: An exemplary, sustainable, Bible-based educational program[edit]

  1. Advanced Placement Courses Offered
  2. Average Class Size
  3. English as an Additional Language
  4. Number of Scheduled Student School Days
  5. Students in Support Team Process
  6. Survey Data (see content, assessment, instruction, reporting, student support):

Culture: An organizational culture which reflects board-approved values (faithfulness, caring, collaboration, diversity, excellence, and stewardship) and is aware of and responsive to demographic trends.[edit]

  1. Student Demographic Data:
  2. Staff Demographic Data
  3. Parent Involvement
  4. Survey Data (see environment, improvement, parent/community):

Staff: Qualified Christian staff working to achieve board ends[edit]

  1. Professional Development
  2. Staff Demographic Data
  3. Survey Data (see leadership and staff):

Finance: Sound financial practice[edit]

  1. Audit
  2. Assets (shows the financial condition of the school)
  3. Donations
  4. Enrollment (shows where our tuition income comes from)
  5. Revenues and Expenses
  6. Survey Data (see resource management and resource planning):
  7. Utilities

Facilities: An attractive, safe, well-maintained facility that enhances student learning[edit]

  1. Assets: Total Value of Facilities
  2. Survey Data (see resource management and resource planning):