The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education publishes an annual "report card" for every public school and school district in the state to help the general public know where schools are succeeding, and where there is still work to do.
Community Charter School of Cambridge 2014 School Report Card highlights:
- CCSC received the highest rating (Level 1).
- CCSC met targets for reducing proficiency gaps for all students including those defined as high needs and low income.
- CCSC students outperformed the state averages for proficiency on the MCAS in ELA, math and science.
- Gains in achievement (Student Growth Percentiles) for CCSC students were higher than the state averages in math and ELA.
- 100% of core academic classes at CCSC are taught by highly qualified teachers.
- CCSC's student-to-teacher ratio is 9.9:1 (vs. the state average of 12.4:1)
For more details, please read the report overview and the cover letter from our head of school.
Every year, according to regulatory requirements (603 CMR 1.08), each charter school must make the annual report available on the school’s website. CCSC’s most recent Annual Report is here.
If you have answer questions, please contact Caleb Hurst-Hiller (head of school).