ROCHELLE — St. Paul Lutheran School children improved their grade equivalency achievement test results for the fourth consecutive year, according to principal Daryl Kruse.
Students in second through eighth grade were tested using the same Stanford 10 achievements tests used by both public and private schools across the nation. St. Paul classes scored above average in all subject areas and well above average in most subject areas. Overall, the children of St. Paul had an average composite grade equivalency score of 2.44 years above grade level.
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