Collegiate Hall - College Preparatory Charter School

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Collegiate Hall students grew almost 2 grade levels in math during the 2017-2018 school year.

Students grew an average of 1.83 grade levels in math, putting Collegiate Hall in the top 1% of schools for growth nationally.

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Collegiate Hall students grew almost 2 grade levels in reading during the 2017-2018 school year. 

Students grew an average of 1.89 grade levels in reading, putting Collegiate Hall in the top 1% of schools for growth nationally.

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Collegiate Hall students grew over 2 grade levels in science during the 2017-2018 school year.

Students grew an average of 2.36 grade levels in reading, putting Collegiate Hall in the top 1% of schools for growth nationally.

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 Collegiate Hall is Tulsa's first fully integrated coding school.

 100% of 6th grade students at Collegiate Hall learn to code in JavaScript and created their own, 13000-line computer game. 7th grade students learned to code in Python, built their own computers using Raspberry Pis, and learned how to build bridges, skyscrapers, and catapults.

Collegiate Hall has among the highest college readiness scores among charter schools nationwide.

Our founding class of fifth graders entered Collegiate Hall scoring in the 11th percentile nationally in math. Those same students, now in 7th grade, score in the 79th percentile nationally.

Our founding class of fifth graders entered Collegiate Hall scoring in the 16th percentile nationally in reading. Those same students, now in 7th grade, score in the 85th percentile nationally.

Our founding class of fifth graders entered Collegiate Hall scoring in the 21st percentile nationally in math. Those same students, now in 7th grade, score in the 96th percentile nationally.

 

 

Student and Parent Feedback

Collegiate Hall teachers finished as the highest rated teachers across all Tulsa elementary schools based on the Tripod student survey.

Overall, students said that that their teachers care about them, invite their ideas, captivate them in class, explain material clearly, provide challenging material, and effectively manage the classroom. 

 

94% of families rated Collegiate Hall as a school that has high standards academic achievement, is safe, and is a place that cares for their child based on annual parent surveys. 

98% of families said that Collegiate Hall provides has high standards for academic achievement, 97% of families said Collegiate Hall does a good job of teaching math, reading, science, and social studies, and 97% of families said that Collegiate Hall does a good job of teaching students to be respectful, responsible, courageous young men and women.

 

 

Comparison to Other Tulsa Schools

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Collegiate Hall had the highest student growth of any school in Tulsa during the 2017-2018 school year, with students growing approximately two grade levels on average in math, reading and science.

Note: Tulsa comparison includes the six schools in Collegiate Hall’s Academic Enterprise Zone: Marshall, McClure, Grimes, Grissom, Key and Salk Elementary Schools.