NWEA test results

For the second year in a row, Alpena High School students have taken the NWEA test. NWEA stands for Northwest Evaluation Association Measures of Academic Progress. This test measures how much the students learn through the course of a year.

The tests are taken to show students improvements over time. This test also lets teachers know what the students need to learn more of and what to focus more on. This is only the second year the district chose to do this test.

The results for the 2016 fall tests are ready to be shown to students and parents. Information is being sent home to parents of 9th and 10th graders before parent teacher conferences. Parents are being asked to bring their child’s results to conferences if you have any questions. Kindergarten through eighth grade students will receive their results at parent teacher conferences.