CLARKS SUMMIT — Abington Heights High School ranks ninth out of 687 high schools in Pennsylvania in the School Performance Profile (SPP) with a score of 98.1.
A school’s SPP score relies heavily on state assessment scores, but also includes college readiness tests, industry standards-based assessments, graduation, promotion, and attendance rates, as well as evidence of offering rigorous courses as other factors in the calculation, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
“It’s a great achievement for the high school, the school district, the community, the students and the teachers,” Abington Heights Superintendent of Schools Michael Mahon said. “We are absolutely thrilled. It’s a reflection of the quality of our community and the work of our people.”