Consortium College Preparatory High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, an independent organization that reviews public schools and colleges. The accreditation process consists of a thorough review, evaluation and graded report of the school's mission, performance goals, courses, teacher instruction, administrative procedures and achievement data, to name a few areas, by a North Central Association team.
To students and parents, accreditation means that student transcripts and grades are accepted by colleges throughout the country.
The Consortium College Fair attracts representatives from more than 30 colleges and universities
Scantron testing is a unique assessment tool that helps educators get an immediate, accurate and reliable capture of student performance data. We have outlined some of the benefits: Computer-adaptive
Scantron is a computer-adaptive test that automatically adapts to each student's instructional level.
This Performance Series gives educators an accurate snapshot of students' performance across a range of subjects and skills in far less time then traditional tests.
Performance Series assessments are entirely Web-based and do not require extra hardware or software.
Because the application is Web based, a Windows or Macintosh computer with Internet access is all that is needed to complete the testing.
Traditional tests can take weeks or months to return results for use in the classroom.]
Performance Series assessments are on the Web, so educators can view the results immediately. This enables appropriate placement and tailored instruction right away.
The Michigan Merit Exam (MME) will be given to all juniors (grade 11) in March 2008. The MME replaces the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) assessments at the high school level. Students are required to take the Michigan Merit Exam.
The State of Michigan pays for this testing. This means all juniors taking this test will have the opportunity to know their level of readiness for college or technical schools. Students will have the opportunity to have their ACT Plus writing scores sent to three universities or technical schools of their choice.