Just as traditional public schools, charter schools are required to participate in the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) and the Keystone Exams. Charter Schools are held to the same academic standards as regular public schools. As the authorizer, PPS, monitors the acaemic performance annually in order to ensure that these standards are being met. If a charter school is failing to meet academic standards, a plan of action to address student performance must be shared with PPS.
Below is the most recent performance for each charter school. Links to performance for prior years follows the 2016-2017 tables.
2016-2017 Keystone/PSSA Accountability Reporting (%Proficient + Advanced)
*includes results for PSSA and Keystone Exams; 1 First testing year Decline in performance from previous year Source: Required Federal Reporting Measures (RFRM)
Links to academic performance reporting for each charter school can be found below.