Students at Hartland Consolidated Schools continue to post impressive MEAP scores in most subjects, according to the recently-released results of the 2012 Michigan Educational Assessment Program, or MEAP test.
During the MEAP exam, taken during fall 2012, public school students in grades 3-9 were tested in math, reading, writing, social studies and/or science depending on the grade level.
Hartland Schools as a whole scored above the state average in every subject.
The four elementary schools in Hartland also produced high scores in the three areas tested. Third graders from Round Elementary and fourth graders from Lakes Elementary produced the highest scores in reading with the Round school third graders at 98.3 percent and Lakes fourth graders at 91.3 percent.
MEAP 2012 Hartland Creekside ElementaryGrade Reading Mathematics Science Social
Studies Writing 3 74.7% 40.2% - - - 4 85% 68.7% - - 53% MEAP 2012 Hartland Lakes Elementary Grade Reading Mathematics Science Social
Studies Writing 3 75% 50% - - - 4 91.3% 58.6% - - 64.3% MEAP 2012 Hartland Round Elementary Grade Reading Mathematics Science Social
Studies Writing 3 98.3% 73.3% - - - 4 85.3% 90.5% - - 71.6%
MEAP 2012 Hartland Village Elementary Grade Reading Mathematics Science Social
Studies Writing 3 74.1% 48.2% - - - 4 81.3% 62.6% - - 59.3%