Calvary Day School students in grades 2-9 participate in the TerraNova 3 standardized testing each Spring. The TerraNova 3 is a nationally normed assessment system designed to measure concepts, processes, and skills taught throughout the nation. In addition to measuring individual student growth, the results are used to develop and enhance the CDS curriculum. Below are our most recent score averages for TerraNova 3. We consistently score well above the national average.
The numbers presented above represent national percentile scores for Calvary Day School. A total score of 89 means that on average, CDS students scored higher than 89% of students across the nation who took this test. CDS average are very strong when compared to the national average and the regional scores.