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Trumbull High School2015 – 2016 School Year Review
TrumbullBoard of EducationJune 7, 2016
State & National Citations/Honors
“School of Distinction” citation honoring Trumbull High School by the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE)One of six Trumbull Public Schools honored with this citation over the past two yearsCSDE ranks Trumbull Public Schools with a score of 88.6, over the DRG “B” average score of 87.8Tri-State Consortium of high performing school districts cites Trumbull High School for excellence in performance assessment design
State & National Citations/Honors(continued)
Academic and Co-Curricular Competitive Teams/Organizations Receiving State and/or National RecognitionAcademic Decathlon TeamColt Poetry Recitation CompetitionCSI Forensic Science TeamDECA Marketing TeamFBLA Business TeamMockTrial TeamModel Congress TeamModel United Nations TeamRobotics TeamWe the People TeamTHS Golden Eagle Marching BandTHS Concert ChoirTHS Thespians
SAT: The Continuous Rise
THS Class of2016
THS 5 Year Comparison
TPS SAT Data, 2006 - 2010
TPS SAT Data, 2006 - 2015
Advanced Placement (AP) Courses: Continuous Success and Opportunity
Total # of AP students and % of AP students achieving a score of 3+, defined as “the score point that research finds predictive of college success and college graduation.”
Advanced Placement Courses at Trumbull High School
AP English Language & CompositionAP English Literature & CompositionAP European HistoryAP MicroeconomicsAP MacroeconomicsAP PsychologyAP United States HistoryAP BiologyAP Calculus ABAP Calculus BCAP ChemistryAP Environmental ScienceAP Physics 1AP Physics CAP StatisticsAP French Language & CultureAP Spanish Language & CultureAP Music TheoryAP Studio ArtAP Comparative Government & PoliticsAP United States Government & Politics
TPS AP Data, 5-Year Lookback
93% of TPS AP students in 2015 achieved a score of 3+, defined as “the score point that research finds predictive of college success and college graduation.”
AP Enrollment: Looking Ahead to 2016 – 2017School Year
“Most Competitive” College Acceptances
Category as defined byBarron’s Profile of American Colleges:“Even superior students will encounter a great deal of competition for admission to the colleges in this category. In general, these colleges require high school rank in the top 10% - 20% and grade averages of A to B+. Median freshman test scores at these colleges are generally between 655 and 800 on the SAT and 29 and above on the ACT. In addition, many of these colleges admit only a small percentage of those who apply – usually fewer than one third.”
“Most Competitive”CollegeAcceptances(continued)
THS Class of 2016 admitted to 42 institutes ranked “Most Competitive”(Nine of these institutions are IVY League)
Partnership with Dr. Marc Brackett, Director Yale Center for Emotional IntelligenceSurvey: 800 THS StudentsSeedlings InstituteWellness Course for 2016-17Interactive Semester Course for SeniorsMental Health Professionals Added to StaffOver Past Two Years





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