Wednesday, August 27, 2014


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Student Demographics Senior Exit Survey MEAP Reports Free and Reduced Lunch Counts Reward, Focus, and Priority Schools

Department Contacts
Naomi Norman
Director, Achievement Initiatives
734-994-8100 x1263
Sarah Devaney
Research Assistant
734-994-8100 x1276
Brenda Hegwood
Technical Support
734-994-8100 x1283
WISD Student Data Reports

Student Demographics

This section contains student demographic information for the schools and buildings of the ten local districts in Washtenaw County.

Student Demographic Summary Profile

Senior Exit Survey

Each year the senior exit survey is administered to all graduating seniors at each of the 16 public high schools in Washtenaw County. Questions on the survey ask students about a wide variety of topics including their course-taking patterns, extra-curricular involvement, and learning experiences in high school as well as their feelings of self-efficacy related to their academic and social abilities. Students are also asked about their anticipated post-secondary plans. District staff use the survey results as a tool for the planning for and evaluation of school improvement efforts.

Senior Exit Survey

MEAP/MME Reports

The Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) information section provides background information on the MEAP and contains links to county-level achievement results for students in grades 3-9 in Reading, Mathematics, Writing, Science, and Social Studies.

The Michigan Merit Exam (MME) is the State high school assessment administered to grade 11 and grade 12 students. It replaced the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) high school assessment in Spring 2007.

MEAP/MME Information

Free and Reduced Lunch Counts

The Center for Educational Performance Information (CEPI) makes available free and reduced lunch counts for current and past years. This section of our web site links to the State of Michigan maintained web site and is provided for ease of use. Questions with regard to the data may be directed to CEPI:,1607,7-113-21423_30451_36965---,00.html

Reward, Focus, and Priority Schools

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