Student Outcomes: Grades

In 2010 (78% response rate), and again in 2015 (74% responded), CDS staff conducted a survey of the previous five years’ graduates in order to see how they fared in their subsequent academic settings. Reporting graduates, in grades 7 – 12, sent report cards at the time of the request.

94% of all grades received were an A or a B in an analysis of 2010 and 2015 report cards.

How are CDS students described by teachers in subsequent schools?

Active Participator

Confident

Conscientious

Consistent

Effort

Joy to have

Excellent

Hard work

Outstanding

Pleasure

Prepared

Respectful

Responsible

Dedicated

MAP Test Score Comparison Graphs

School Year: 2017-2018

2017-2018 CDS RIT Scores Compared with NWEA National Norms for Reading

2017-2018 CDS RIT Scores Compared with NWEA National Norms for Math

MAP Test Score Comparison Graphs

School Year: 2016-2017

2016-2017 CDS RIT Scores Compared with NWEA National Norms for Reading

2016-2017 CDS RIT Scores Compared with NWEA National Norms for Math

MAP Test Score Comparison Graphs

School Year: 2015-2016

2015-2016 CDS RIT Scores Compared with NWEA National Norms for Reading

2015-2016 CDS RIT Scores Compared with NWEA National Norms for Math

Countryside Programs

We offer a continuous program from 16 months through 8th grade — inculding an all year program option for Pre-K/K and elementary school. LEARN MORE

TODDLER — Ages 16 mos.-3yrs

PRE-K/K — Ages 3-6

LOWER ELEMENTARY — Ages 6-9, Grades 1-3

UPPER ELEMENTARY — Ages 9-12, Grades 4-6

MIDDLE SCHOOL — Ages 12-14, Grades 7-8

SUMMER PROGRAMS — Ages 16 mos.-12 yrs., Toddler-Grade 6

ALL YEAR FULL DAY — Ages 3-12, Grades Pre-K/K-Grade 6

Get the bigger picture. Come visit our beautiful campus.

Our admissions director Karen is ready to schedule your tour and a class observation. Countryside offers open enrollment. Families can apply for admission any time of year. LEARN MORE