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Hillsborough County School: Mascenic Regional High School (23050) NCES School ID: 00270
District: Mascenic Regional (342) NCES District ID: 3304670
SAU: Mascenic Regional SAU Office (87) School Web Site:
Superintendent: Christine Martin SAU Telephone: 603-721-0160
Admin Principal: Elizabeth Pogorzelski School Telephone: 603-878-1113
Address: 175 Turnpike Rd., New Ipswich, NH 03071-9670 School Fax: 603-878-3344
School Open Date: School Close Date:
School Type: Public School Grades Offered: 9-12
Federal Accountability Status: None Assigned  NH Adequacy Status Met: Yes 
School Report Card 2012-13
 October 1 EnrollmentAverage Class Size
Grade 108013,60902018
Grade 208513,51801718
Grade 309213,84102319
Grade 408513,88002119
Grade 508514,22502121
Grade 609814,24202021
Grade 707314,64501522
Grade 8010414,72602122
Grade 9979716,148   
Grade 10787815,079   
Grade 11818114,475   
Grade 12989814,404   
Total Enrollment3541,163187,962   
School Safety
School Safety Incidences28943
Total Number of Incidents12117122,899
No. of Incidents/1,000 students342147122

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Attendance/Four-Year Graduation Rate
PreSchool Attendance Rate92.1
Elem/Middle Attendance Rate (Target: 90%)94.195.4
High School Four-Year Graduation Rate (Target: 90%)91.491.487.8

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Teacher Quality
Core Classes Taught by non-HQT00.051.311572.1
Core Classes Taught by non-HQT in High-Poverty Schools N/A N/A 0.3
Core Classes Taught by non-HQT in Low-Poverty Schools N/A N/A 0.5
Employed Under Emergency CredentialsN/AN/AN/AN/A130.11
Bachelor's Degree N/C 58.3 21.0
Master's Degree N/C 41.7 26.9
Degree beyond Master's Degree N/C 0.0 0.5

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School Staff
Instructional Support6356,853
Admin Support371,244
All Other Support7223,604

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State and Federal Accountability
AYP Status for 2012-2013 School YearContent AreaOn June 26, 2013 New Hampshire's waiver request for flexibility from certain requirements of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was approved for two years by the U.S. Department of Education. As a result, the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) federal accountability system and related school or district or "in need of improvement" designations were suspended in favor of a differentiated accountability system; thus, the 2012-13 report card reflects the transition. The new system sets individual performance targets (referred to as Annual Measurable Objectives) for each school and each student subgroup of 11 or more students over a six year time span, with the goal of reducing any achievement gaps by half. The waiver also focuses support on Title I schools in the greatest need of assistance, beginning in the 2013-14 school year. Click the link below for a list of designated schools:
Priority / Focus / Reward Schools
Corrective Action/Level 3Math

Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)
SubjectStudent GroupTargetActualMet
ReadingWhole School 90.493.0Y
ReadingWhite 90.192.9Y
ReadingWaiver - Economically Disadvantaged only 89.995.3Y
MathWhole School 66.465.4Y(RC)
MathWhite 66.766.0Y(RC)
MathWaiver - Economically Disadvantaged only 64.068.2Y
Y=Yes - Y(RC)=Yes(Risk Corridor) - N=No

New Hampshire School Adequacy Summary
Met Input-Based Accountability System (IBAS): Yes
Met Performance-Based School Accountability System (PBAS): Yes
Performance Score: 2.7
Provides Opportunity for an Adequate Education: Yes

Assessment Rankings
Ranking School TypeSubjectNbr. of StudentsIndex Score and Std ErrorIndex Score RankingNo. of Students Prior YearPrior Year Index Score and Std ErrorIndex Score ImprovementIndex Score Improvement Ranking
High SchoolMath7465.4 (+/-3)52 of 829662.7 (+/-3.1)2.722 of 81
High SchoolRead7493 (+/-1.8)36 of 829789.3 (+/-2.2)3.714 of 81
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Student Assessment
* indicates total number of test takers is 10 or less.
Blank indicates no science assessment test administered.
Achievement Level (%)ReadingMathematicsWritingScience
Substantially Below Proficient (%)246331415549161517
Partially Proficient (%)181415442517552935615645
Proficient (%)546056174644354944222936
Proficient with Distinction (%)2121211142201611001
Testing Participation (%)95999995999995989810010099
NECAP Longitudinal Reports
1) NECAP Teaching Year District Tested at Grade Comparison Reading and Math
2) NECAP Teaching Year District "Cohort" History Comparison Reading and Math
3) NECAP Teaching Year District vs. State by Tested at Grade Math Reading   
4) NECAP Teaching Year District vs. State by "Cohort" History Math Reading   
5) NECAP Teaching Year District GAP Analysis by Tested at Grade Math Reading   
6) NECAP and NH ALPs Teaching Year Average Index Score and GAP analysis Math Reading Science Writing
7) NECAP and NH ALPs Teaching Year Percent of students at each index level Math Reading Science Writing
8) NECAP and NH ALPs Teaching Year Median Student Growth Percentile (SGP) and GAP analysis Math Reading   
9) NECAP and NH ALPs Teaching Year Percent of students at each Student Growth Percentile (SGP) Grouping Math Reading   
Student Achievement Trends
N is the number of students participating.
% is the percent of students scoring proficient or above.
Click on a grade to show the achievement trend for that grade.
Achievement Trend
GradeContent Area2009-20102010-20112011-20122012-20132013-2014

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Student Achievement Data-Percent of NH Students At or Above Each Achievement Level (Based on the Winter 2011 NAEP Assessment)
NAEP achievement levels are indicated as follows: B+ for Basic or above, P+ for Proficient or above, and A for Advanced
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