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Glastonbury High School
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Glastonbury High School Address: 628 Hebron Avenue
Glastonbury CT 06033

– Glastonbury, CT Standardized Test Scores

Glastonbury, CT CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 285 – Math: 253
– Science: 293 – Science: 260
– Reading: 268 – Reading: 244
– Writing: 278 – Writing: 262

– Glastonbury, CT SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 552 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 537 – Verbal: 504
– Glastonbury Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Glastonbury, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 84 – Reading: 0
– Math: 84 – Math: 0
– Writing: 90 – Writing: 0
– Glastonbury, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 84 – Reading: 0
– Math: 85 – Math: 0
– Writing: 81 – Writing: 0

– Glastonbury, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 92 – Reading: 0
– Math: 85 – Math: 0
– Writing: 84 – Writing: 0

Glastonbury High School Mission Statement:
Glastonbury High School, a partnership of students, staff, and community, prepares each student for the challenges of a diverse society and a complex world through the rigorous pursuit of knowledge and skills. We promote personal responsibility and respect for others in a safe and supportive environment.

ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS:
Across content areas and in a variety of ways, the Glastonbury High School student…
• reads actively and critically
• writes and speaks effectively
• applies reasoning and problem solving skills effectively
• creates, performs, or responds with understanding
• acquires proficiency in the effective and responsible use of information and technology
• demonstrates an understanding of languages, cultures, and local, national, and world issues

SOCIAL AND CIVIC EXPECTATIONS:
Within and throughout our community, the Glastonbury High School student…
• acts ethically and responsibly and demonstrates respect of self and others
• applies knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to a diverse society
• understands and applies concepts of lifelong wellness
• plans for the future beyond high school
These Expectations for Student Learning are defined and measured by the 22 Performance Standards and
school wide assessment rubrics.