School Performance Reports

The School Performance Reports reflect the New Jersey Department of Education’s (NJDOE) commitment to providing parents, students, and school communities with a large variety of information about each school and district. These reports can be used as a tool to help evaluate whether all students have equitable access to high quality education. We encourage you to use these reports to: 

  • Learn more about the school and the district 
  • Start conversations with school community members and ask questions 
  • Engage with school communities to identify where schools are doing well and where they can improve

Important Notes for 2021-22 Reports:

The 2021-22 School Performance Reports include nearly all data that was previously reported prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, such assessment results and accountability data. However, the 2021-22 reports will not include student growth as measured by median student growth percentiles (mSGPs) because individual student growth percentiles (SGPs) were not calculated for the 2021-22 school year due to lack of prior test results for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years. The student growth section of the reports will include a link to an alternate measure of academic progress that will be used for accountability determinations for the 2021-22 school year.

As data over the last three years was impacted by the pandemic in various ways, the NJDOE recommends caution in comparing data from year to year.

What’s New in the 2021-2022 School Performance Reports

The focus of the 2021-2022 reports was to resume reporting all assessment and accountability data. This will be the first time since the 2018-2019 reports that the following data will be included in the School Performance

• English language arts, mathematics, and science assessment results
• English language progress toward proficiency
• ESSA accountability indicators, updated status, and progress toward meeting long-term goals

Additionally, a few changes were made to respond to updated state requirements and stakeholder feedback:

Additional student group breakouts for postsecondary enrollment showing the enrollment rates by gender and for students experiencing homelessness, students in foster care, military-connected students,
and migrant students.
Expanded staff data including staff counts and student to staff ratios for School Psychologists, School
Social Workers, Student Assistance Coordinators, and School Safety Specialists.

District Reports

Delran High School

Delran Middle School

Delran Intermediate School

Millbridge Elementary School

Previous School Performance Reports (click school year at top left corner of the website to change year)

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