To Provide the Best Education Possible for Each and Every Student

Welcome

Dashboard
MTLSDHome
Email Access
PowerTeacher
Public Folders
Site Administration
AESOP
MyPDC
School Messenger

Home
About Us
District Offices
Calendar
Parents
School Board
Superintendent
Budget
District News
Strategic Plan 2012-18
Student Support
Health Services
Human Resources
Technology
Food Services
High School Renovation
Curriculum
Fine Arts
Athletics
Continuing Education
Gold Card
PTA
Alumni
MLFE
MTL Community
S.A.F.E
Search

Login

Show Articles for:

Mt. Lebanon High School Top Performing School in Allegheny County
December 11, 2013

The Pennsylvania Department of Education today released the new School Performance Profile (SPP) and the Mt. Lebanon School District is proud to announce that Mt. Lebanon High School is the highest ranking school in Allegheny County and the highest ranking non-magnet, non-charter public high school in Pennsylvania with a School Performance Profile Score of 99.5 (out of 100). Congratulations to Foster Elementary for ranking among the top 25 schools in the state and county with an SPP of 97.8.I am very proud of our students and continue to be impressed with, and proud of, the commitment of our administrators, teachers, and support staff to provide the best education possible for each and every student, said Dr. Timothy Steinhauer.

Released in October 2013, the School Performance Profile provides the public with detailed information of the academic performance of public schools. The profile does not only rely on results of the statewide assessments but it also incorporates other measures of student achievement, such as student academic growth from year to year; graduation rate; attendance rate; promotion rate; and increasing the achievement of all students, such as English language learners and economically disadvantaged students. At the high school level, the score takes into consideration other indicators such as Advanced Placement scores, SAT and ACT scores, PSAT participation and students scoring Advanced.






Print Page 2014 Mt. Lebanon School DistrictTerms of Use