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Whatever you do, do it all to the glory of God. 
1 Corinthians 10:31

Each student at West Lutheran High School has been given a unique set of academic gifts from God. West Lutheran offers a Christ-centered curriculum that helps students of varying academic abilities develop these gifts, preparing them for post-secondary education and careers of the future according to God’s plan of service to Him for their lives. All courses are aligned with state or national educational standards and focus on the development of 21st century skills in technology and in each discipline. 

NWEA MAP Score Report
Fall 2019 

Math

Grade

% @ or Above Grade Level Mean RIT

Mean RIT score/Norm Grade Level Mean RIT score

9th Grade

84%

241.7 / 230.3

10th Grade

84%

244.7 / 230.1

11th Grade

84%

250.3 / 233.3

12th Grade

Not Tested

N/A

 

Reading

Grade

% @ or Above Grade Level Mean RIT

Mean RIT score/Norm Grade Level Mean RIT score

9th Grade

82%

230.2 / 220.2

10th Grade

86%

231.8 / 220.4

11th Grade

88%

235.1 / 222.6

12th Grade

Not Tested

N/A

 

Language Usage

Grade

% @ or Above Grade Level Mean RIT

Mean RIT score/Norm Grade Level Mean RIT score

9th Grade

87%

229.8 / 218.4

10th Grade

92%

233.4 / 218.9

11th Grade

94%

237.8 / 221.5

12th Grade

Not Tested

N/A

 

Post High School Placement

Class of: 

2017

2018

2019

4-Year College

76%

68%

68%

2-Year/Technical

14%

29%

19%

Total Attending Colleges

90%

97%

87%

Military/Full-time Employment/Gap Year

10%

3%

13%

 

What is a RIT score? NWEA explains it in this article.

 

West Lutheran has been accredited by the Minnesota Non-public School Accrediting Association (MNSAA), a nationally recognized accreditation organization, since the year 2000.

To view West Lutheran curriculum, please reference our Student Handbook.