We are proud to track the accomplishments of graduates of Good Shepherd School. The values and skills learned at Good Shepherd School set a solid foundation for success in high school and beyond. The majority of our students continue their Catholic education at Trinity High School, qualifying for honors and advanced placement courses.
The list below represents colleges and universities attended by the Good Shepherd School graduating classes of 2008-2010 (high school graduates of 2012-2014).
Bloomsburg University (2) Boston College ₸
Bucknell University ₸ Dickinson College ₸
Duquesne University (3) Fordham University (2) €
Gettysburg College (2) £ Harrisburg Area Community College (2)
Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2) Lafayette College ₸
Loyola University, Baltimore, MD (2) € Millersville University
Muhlenberg University New York University (2) ₸
University of Notre Dame ₸ Penn State University, Main Campus
University of Richmond ₸ Robert Morris University
Shippensburg University (3) St. Joseph University (4)
St. Mary’s College € Susquehanna University
Temple University United States Air Force Academy ₸
University of Delaware University of Kentucky
University of Pittsburgh (3) € Villanova University ₸
West Chester University (2)
₸ Rated most competitive (highest tier) by Baron’s Profiles of American Colleges
£ Rated highly competitive (2nd highest tier) plus by Baron’s Profiles of American Colleges
€ Rated highly competitive (3rd highest tier) by Baron’s Profiles of American Colleges
Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) Test Scores
To benchmark our students’ performance, each spring Good Shepherd students in grades 3-8 take the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills Assessment. This standardized test allows Good Shepherd to compare its students with others from across the country. The feedback from these tests also gives Good Shepherd valuable data about the strengths of our curriculum.
Below are the average results by grade level for our 3rd through 8th graders on the Spring 2015 test.
Interpreting the scores: The scores below represent grade equivalency. A score of 3.3 represents a student’s skill to be on par with a third grade student in their third month of the school year. Since we take the tests in April, a score that is exactly average for a third grader would be 3.7.
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We are very proud of our talented students and dedicated faculty. Through their efforts and our outstanding parent support, our students are far outpacing their peers on this widely given, standardized test.