While SPP scores for several local schools dipped, Reading High School's SPP score increased by 5 points, according to results released this week by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
The high school's SPP score increased from 60.2 to 65 percent as our district inches closer to reaching the state's 70 percent benchmark.
In addition, we are happy to report that RHS is no longer ranked last in SPP scores among Berks County school districts.
The announcement of Reading High School’s SPP score is impressive news, particularly as we strive for continuous improvement and academic growth. It signals Reading School District is preparing students for graduation, as well as career and college opportunities. This will be used as a motivating factor for our community of learners and our dedicated staff to achieve infinite possibilities. In addition, it illustrates how student engagement combined with effective teaching and Red Knight pride can generate academic success.