School Report Cards

  • School Report Cards are prepared by the New York State Department of Education to present statistical indicators of student performance for each individual school building in the state. The report does not include every subject area, nor does it report on many aspects of school life which have an enormous impact on students' performance and the quality of their experience in school. For example, participation in athletics, music, art, drama and other extra- and co-curricular activities are not measured by the report. Furthermore, Roslyn believes that no child's K-12 schooling can be considered complete without "affective education"—which includes such vital areas as values education, multicultural studies and community service—but these items also do not appear in the report card. 

    The complete School Report Card data for Roslyn, and all other public schools in New York, can be found on the web at the website of the State Education Department..