Abington Heights HS

Career Standards Benchmark
Career Standards Benchmark
All Student Group Exceeds Performance Standard
Federal
Percent Career Standards Benchmark


The Career Standard Indicator identifies the percentage of students demonstrating meaningful engagement in career exploration and preparation aligned to the Career Education and Work (CEW) standards. During the first year of implementation, school entities will be expected to demonstrate that students who are identified as meeting criteria have at least two pieces of evidence that year. In future years, the number of pieces of evidence increases in each grade within the bands.

99.6%
Statewide Average
91.8%
Statewide Performance Standard
98.0%
High School Graduation Rate
Four-Year Cohort
All Student Group Meets 2030 Statewide Goal
Federal
Percent Graduation
4-Year Cohort
97.3%
Statewide Average
86.6%
Statewide 2030 Goal
92.4%
Five-Year Cohort
All Student Group
Percent Graduation
5-Year Cohort
97.1%
Statewide Average
89.3%
Industry-Based Learning
Industry-Based Learning
All Student Group
Percent Industry-Based Learning
7.7%
Statewide Average
23.8%
Statewide Performance Standard
Coming Soon

Components of Indicator

Percent Scoring Competent or Advanced on NOCTI/NIMS
2.7%
Percent Earned Industry-Recognized Credential
3.5%
Percent Completed Work-Based Learning Experience
3.1%
Advanced on Industry-Based Competency Assessment
All Student Group
Percent Advanced
1.2%
Statewide Average
5.7%
Rigorous Courses of Study
Rigorous Courses of Study
All Student Group
Percent Rigorous Courses of Study
59.8%
Statewide Average
49.2%
Statewide Performance Standard
Coming Soon

Components of Indicator

Percent AP/IB Participation
56.8%
Percent College Course Enrollment
0.4%
Percent CTE Program of Study Concentration
3.1%
Provided by CTC
8
Provided within LEA
IS
Number Unique Rigorous Courses
16
Post Secondary Transition to School, Military, or Work
Post Secondary Transition
All Student Group
Percent Graduates
93.7%
Statewide Average
83.6%

Components of Indicator

Post Secondary Education
79.7%
Enlisted Military
8.0%
Entered PA Workforce


The PA Workforce Student Group Breakdown is not available at this time. The Postsecondary Transition to Work measure relies on Pennsylvania government data sources, and therefore will not reflect employment outside the commonwealth, self-employment, or employment in certain family-owned businesses. Accordingly, the measure should be used as a starting point for local discussions and further analysis around career readiness and workforce participation.

10.1%