The STAR test is a standardized test that is administered three times a year in all Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese.
The test allows us to see the progress of students compared to their peers not only at our school but with other schools and even at the national level; since being a standardized test, symmetric comparisons can be made.
It is done at the beginning of the year to give us an idea of how the student is doing after a few months of vacation. Then it will take place in the middle of the school year and for the third time at the end of the year.
It is important that students answer the test alone and without the help of anyone, including parents, so that the results are as true as possible.
When the process is finished, a personalized report about your children will be sent to you parents. This report will be sent out along with the Progress Reports on October 5th.
If you have any questions about STAR please let us know and we can help you personally.