Achievement First’s Connecticut network has been growing and achieving at high standards since the founding of its flagship school—Amistad Academy Middle—in 1999, and we are pleased to share the 2013 Connecticut state test results of our oldest elementary, middle and high school students. To view 2013 Connecticut state test results for each of our Connecticut schools, please visit their individual school pages under the Schools section.
Achievement First opened its first elementary school—Elm City College Preparatory Elementary—in August 2004 and has since opened three additional elementary schools—Amistad Academy Elementary in August 2006, Achievement First Hartford Academy Elementary in August 2008 and Achievement First Bridgeport Elementary in August 2010. Achievement First Bridgeport Academy Elementary, Amistad Academy Elementary and Elm City College Preparatory Elementary all offer a full K to fourth-grade program. The graph below compares the Connecticut Mastery Test scores of Achievement First’s oldest elementary students—fourth graders—to those of their peers in Connecticut’s three biggest cities and statewide.
Achievement First’s first middle school—Amistad Academy Middle—opened in August 1999, followed by Elm City College Preparatory Middle in August 2004, Achievement First Bridgeport Academy Middle in August 2007 and Achievement First Hartford Academy Middle in August 2008. The graph below compares the Connecticut Mastery Test scores of eighth-graders—Achievement First’s oldest middle school students—to those of their peers in Connecticut’s three biggest cities and statewide.
Achievement First opened its first high school—AF Amistad High—in August 2006 (the school was renamed Achievement First Amistad High in 2011). In 2009-10, the school offered a full ninth to 12th grade complement for the first time. The graph below compares the Connecticut Academic Performance Test scores of Achievement First's 10th graders to those of their peers in Connecticut’s three biggest cities and statewide.