SHS Assessment Information
At Sheridan High School, student learning is our top priority. We assess students’ academic progress using a variety of measures, including informal classroom assessment, grade level common assessments, district assessments, and assessments required by the Wyoming Department of Education. We continually analyze the results of all assessments, asking a series of critical questions:
- How will we support students who struggled on this assessment?
- How will we challenge students who demonstrated a need?
- How will we modify and enhance our teaching to better prepare students for success in the future?
For a look at our school’s statewide testing results, please click this link:
Sheridan County School District No. 2 is one of the top school districts in the state of Wyoming. We rank number one among large districts in reading and math on one of the nation’s most challenging statewide assessments. We have been identified as one of the top 100 school districts in the nation.
Note: 2020 assessment results are not available. Due to school closures in the spring of 2020, Wyoming students did not take statewide assessments.
As part of our commitment to accountability, all assessment information is publicly available. In addition to our own reporting of our student learning results, the Wyoming Department of Education offers access to information through the ESSA report card. Click here to learn more.