In keeping with the mission of MTSD, principals, program consultants, teachers, and other district personnel analyze student data to plan and write curriculum, organize and deliver instruction, supplement curriculum to provide for the needs of individual students, select resources, and plan and write assessments that provide ongoing information about student growth. We continue to strive to create an environment where all students will grow, learn and succeed.
The district provides information about its student achievement results at public board meetings and to each school’s parent group.
In Pennsylvania, the PSSA (Pennsylvania System of School Assessment) tests are used to measure a student’s attainment of the academic standards while also determining the degree to which school programs enable students to attain proficiency of the standards. Students in grades 3-8 take the PSSA tests every spring.
Below are the percentages of all students in the district Grades 3-8 who scored Proficient or Advanced in the subject area assessments: Reading, Mathematics, Science and Writing.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education provides an official comprehensive report card for each district and school in the Commonwealth. To view this report card or to find more information regarding the district and school performance, please visit Pennsylvania Department of Education’s website and search for information by district.
Celebrating the Class of 2017
Advanced Placement Exams
Post Secondary Plans
National Merit Program
MT SAT Scores
International Baccalaureate Program
In May 2017, 36 students sat for exams in at least one IB course, and nine seniors earned the full IB diploma. Currently at the High School, approximately 113 students are enrolled in at least one IB class, and 28 students are working toward the full IB diploma.