Test Data Center

This page provides school and district academic achievement data including scores on the Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (PASS), South Carolina College-and Career-Ready Assessments (Aspire, SC READY and WorkKeys), End of Course (EOC), graduation rate, college entrance exam and AP test scores, and State Report ratings.

District PASS Percent Met/Exceeded

Year Writing English Math Science Social Studies
2013 85.9% 86.9% 86.7% 86.9% 87.0%
2014 88.0% 85.9% 87.9% 86.4% 89.0%
2015 N/A N/A N/A 82.1% 86.2%
2016 N/A N/A N/A 83.0% 86.4%

District PASS Scores - by Subgroup for English Language Arts

Year Special Education African American White Free/Reduced Lunch
2013 42.1% 70.2% 88.4% 76.3%
2014 38.8% 71.0% 87.9% 76.4%

District PASS Scores - by Subgroup for Math

Year Special Education African American White Free/Reduced Lunch
2013 72.3% 88.5% 76.5%
2014 73.5% 89.1% 77.3%

ACT Aspire Percent Ready/Exceeded

Year Writing English Reading Math ELA
2015 34.1% 79.0% 50.8% 67.0% 58.8%

District Aspire Scores - by Subgroup for English Language Arts

Year Special Education African American White Free/Reduced Lunch
2015 13.1% 41.6% 62.0% 43.3%

District Aspire Scores - by Subgroup for Math

Year Special Education African American White Free/Reduced Meals
2015 28.0% 49.4% 70.3% 53.7%

SC READY Percent Ready/Exceeded

Year ELA Math
2016 59.9% 64.5%

District SC READY Scores - by Subgroup for English Language Arts

Year Special Education African American White Poverty
2016 11.4% 40.7% 63.1% TBD

District SC READY Scores - by Subgroup for Math

Year Special Education African American White Poverty
2016 21.4% 43.2% 67.6% TBD
Notes
  • Unlike in previous years, where all four core content areas were tested using the SC PASS test, the SC PASS test was only given in Science and Social Studies starting in 2015.
  • ACT Aspire was given in 2015 to test English Language Arts and Math to determine student readiness for college and future careers.
  • SC READY replaced the ACT Aspire test in 2016 to determine student readiness for college and future careers with respect to their command of English Language Arts and Math.

End of Course Test (Percent Passing)

Year Algebra I (CMS) Algebra I (OMS) Algebra I (CHS) English I (CMS) English I (OMS) English I (CHS) Biology I (CHS) US History (CHS)
2013 94.1% 99.5% 91.0% 94.9% 99.5% 71.8% 90.3% 72.8%
2014 100.0% 99.0% 92.6% 97.3% 99.0% 68.1% 89.8% 78.5%
2015 99.0% 98.5% 93.5% 97.2% 96.1% 70.3% 88.1% 81.1%
2016 97.6% 99.0% 91.4% 96.1% 97.5% 78.2% 88.4% 80.5%

Bragging Rights

  • The district has a higher pass rate than the state average on all EOC tests.
  • In Algebra, the district ranked 2nd in the state in percent passing (formerly 3rd).
  • In English, the district ranked 6th in the state in percent passing (no change).
  • In Biology, the district ranked 3rd in the state in percent passing (formerly 7th).
  • In US History, the district ranked 6th in the state in percent passing (formerly 5th).

Graduation & Drop-Out Rate

Year 4-Year Graduation Rate 5-Year Graduation Rate Drop-Out Rate
2013 87.1% 86.9% 2.0%
2014 89.1% 88.9% 1.2%
2015 90.0% 90.0% 1.2%
2016 90.1% 91.6% 0.5%

SAT, ACT, AP Test

Year SAT Composite Score ACT Composite Score AP (% of students scoring 3, 4, or 5)
2013 1474 21.6 67.1%
2014 1478 22.7 71.8%
2015 1487 19.6 75.7%
2016 1479 19.9 58.5%

ACT WorkKeys

Year No Certificate Earned Bronze Silver Gold Platinum
2015 7.0% 15.7% 43.8% 31.9% 1.6%
2016 7.7% 15.4% 52.5% 24.1% 0.4%

Notes

  • Clover High School tested the following Advanced Placement courses in 2016: US History, Environmental Science, Biology, Calculus, French, Human Geography, English Literature and Composition, Spanish, Statistics, Computer Science, European History, Latin, Music Theory and Physics.
  • SAT scores reflect Critical Reading, Math, and Writing.
  • ACT scores reflect English, Math, Reading, and Science.
  • The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC), is based on an individual’s performance on three WorkKeys skills assessments: Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information. To earn a NCRC certificate, students must score a 3 or better on each of the three tests. Certificate levels are determined by the lowest score received on any one test. The NCRC certificate gives individuals proof that they possess the skills employers deem essential to workplace success.

State Report Card Ratings

School Absolute (2013-14) Absolute (2012-13) Growth (2013-14) Growth (2012-13)
District Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
Bethany Excellent Excellent Good Good
Bethel Excellent Excellent Good Good
Crowders Creek Excellent Excellent Good Good
Griggs Road Excellent Excellent Good Good
Kinard Excellent Excellent Good Good
Larne Excellent Excellent Good Good
Clover Middle Excellent Good Average Below Average
Oakridge Middle Excellent Excellent Excellent Good
Clover High Excellent Excellent Good Excellent
Bragging Rights
  • 42 districts in the state received an "Excellent" Absolute rating on the State Report Card in 2014.
  • Clover was 1 of 29 districts to receive "Excellent" two years in a row.
  • 399 schools in South Carolina received an "Excellent" Absolute rating on the State Report Card in 2014.
  • All 9 of Clover's schools received an "Excellent" rating.

Note

  • Absolute and Growth Ratings have been paused since the 2013-2014 school year, therefore there are no new ratings for the 2014-2015 or 2015-2016 school years.
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