Mason Schools Stay in Academic Top 10

Mason’s students once again performed as some of the State’s highest academic achievers – earning the 7th highest score in the state while spending $2,444 less than the average Top 10 district. Mason students met adequate yearly progress and met the expected growth.

“We are focused on improving teaching and learning in Mason by benchmarking ourselves against the best districts in the nation, and working to deliver the kind of schools our community wants,” said Dr. Gail Kist-Kline, Mason City Schools Superintendent. “We’re collaborating with a group of other school districts to seek additional accountability measures that define a high quality education, and that expands the conversation beyond the snapshot provided by the state. We believe that world language offerings, extra-curricular opportunities that give students leadership, entrepreneurial and service experiences, and arts enrichment that encourages innovation and creativity are all important priorities that need to be measured.”

District Name

County

Performance
Index

Adequate Yearly 
Progress

Value Added 
Growth

Preliminary Report Card Rating

Average Daily Student Enrollment

Expenditure 
Per Pupil

Wyoming City

Hamilton

112.4

Met

Above

Excellent with Distinction

1919

$11,278.61

Madeira City

Hamilton

111.6

Met

Met

Excellent

1382

$11,709.24

Solon City

Cuyahoga

111.2

Met

Above

Excellent with Distinction

4909

$13,386.08

Indian Hill Exempted Village

Hamilton

111.1

Met

Met

Excellent

2014

$15,207.26

Rocky River City

Cuyahoga

110.8

Met

Above

Excellent with Distinction

2528

$12,951.44

Ottawa Hills Local

Lucas

110.7

Met

Met

Excellent

987

$14,271.33

Mason City School District

Warren

110.3

Met

Met

Excellent

10495

$10,125.37

Oakwood City

Montgomery

109.8

Met

Met

Excellent

2055

$11,237.97

Sycamore Community City

Hamilton

109.6

Not Met

Above

Excellent with Distinction

5206

$14,751.48

Marion Local

Mercer

109.6

Met

Met

Excellent

840

$10,776.78