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Seymour Senior High School (3133)

1350 W 2nd St
Seymour, IN 47274-2252
Phone: (812) 522-4384 Fax: (812) 523-2347
School Homepage

Principal: Mr Greg Prange
prangeg@scsc.k12.in.us
Grade Levels 09 - 12
Accreditation Status: State Accreditation

Jackson County
Seymour Community Schools (3675)

ISTEP+ Overview

Year: Subject: Grade:
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Did Not Pass: 36.6%, 108 students Pass: 63.4%, 187 students Pass: 63.4%, 187 students Did Not Pass: 36.6%, 108 students Pass: 63.4%, 187 students
School: 63.4%, 187 students School: 63.4%, 187 students School: 63.4%, 187 students School: 63.4%, 187 students Corporation: 63.1%, 1,295 students Corporation: 63.1%, 1,295 students Corporation: 63.1%, 1,295 students Corporation: 63.1%, 1,295 students Indiana: 66.0%, 384,853 students Indiana: 66.0%, 384,853 students Indiana: 66.0%, 384,853 students Indiana: 66.0%, 384,853 students School: 59.5%, 371 students School: 59.5%, 371 students School: 59.5%, 371 students School: 59.5%, 371 students Corporation: 59.4%, 1,410 students Corporation: 59.4%, 1,410 students Corporation: 59.4%, 1,410 students Corporation: 59.4%, 1,410 students Indiana: 65.8%, 439,134 students Indiana: 65.8%, 439,134 students Indiana: 65.8%, 439,134 students Indiana: 65.8%, 439,134 students School: 56.9%, 370 students School: 56.9%, 370 students School: 56.9%, 370 students School: 56.9%, 370 students Corporation: 58.3%, 1,404 students Corporation: 58.3%, 1,404 students Corporation: 58.3%, 1,404 students Corporation: 58.3%, 1,404 students Indiana: 65.2%, 435,137 students Indiana: 65.2%, 435,137 students Indiana: 65.2%, 435,137 students Indiana: 65.2%, 435,137 students

Due to federal privacy laws, student performance data may not be displayed for any group of fewer than 10 students.

ISTEP+ for 2009-10 and beyond only assesses students in grades 3-8.

In 2014-15 Indiana transitioned to new, more rigorous college-and-career ready standards and a new statewide assessment to measure these standards. Therefore, results are not comparable to previous data.