State Report Cards
Each year, the state of Ohio requires schools to administer state performance assessments to ensure students are achieving at least a year’s worth of academic progress and that instruction and curricular programs are meeting their needs.
While the state report card results are notable, Upper Arlington Schools views standardized tests as just one measure of student success. To that end, the district created its own accountability report, the Quality Profile, which focuses on all facets of an Upper Arlington education.
The Ohio School Report Card assigns A-F letter grade for each component of the report card. Districts and schools can receive up to 10 grades altogether.