It’s been good news on the academic front for Algonquin lately. The school’s tenth graders scored well on their MCAS tests last year, meeting the state’s recently-raised performance expectations, and 20 Algonquin students were recently honored by the National Merit program.
Here are links to articles with all the details.
Algonquin students continue MCAS success (Metrowest Daily News)
Reversing the trend in the K-8 school districts in Northborough and Southborough, Algonquin Regional High School 10th-graders made adequate yearly progress in MCAS scores. Superintendent Charles Gobron said the achievement – which signifies that more than 95.1 percent of students scored at least proficient in English and more than 92.2 percent scored at least proficient in math – is no surprise. (more)
ARHS Students Honored By National Merit Program (TheDailyNorthborough.com)
A total of 20 students from Algonquin Regional High School are getting some national attention for their recent PSAT scores. At Wednesday night’s Northborough-Southborough School Committee meeting, Superintendent of Schools Charles Gobron and ARHS Principal Tom Mead honored the students named National Merit Commended Scholars. (more)