Find Your Colorado 2018 SAT & PSAT results #Facebook_TwitterFebruary 12, 2019
PHOTO: Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post
Students work on projects at Academy High School on May 10, 2018 in their Mapleton School District.
(Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post)
This year, Colorado has a lot more comprehensive data on students who took the SAT and PSAT tests in the spring of 2018.
Use Chalkbeat’s tool below to compare school results to each other or to statewide averages.
This tool has results for every public school with ninth-, 10th-, and 11th-graders who took the SAT or PSAT test.
The growth score is calculated by Colorado officials to show how much a student improved compared to the previous year, regardless of what their achievement was to begin with.
A student with a growth score of 50 is considered to have made a year’s worth of academic progress in a year’s time, while a student with a lower score is considered to have made less than that.
We are working to correct the problem.
The PSAT tests the same skills and knowledge as the SAT in a way that makes sense for 9th and 10th-graders. It builds on the Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) tests in English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. The PSAT also aligns with Colorado Academic Standards (CAS) and with the SAT that students will take in 11th grade. The PSAT focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings tha…