Each spring, Monarch Christian School students are assessed using the Stanford 10, a nationally recognized and utilized test to measure academic growth.
As seen in the data to the left, MCS students consistently score in the top percentiles nationally. On average, Monarch students gain 1.87 years of academic growth for one year of instruction.
More than that, MCS students typically score higher than high-performing schools nationwide as defined by the US Department of Education's National Blue Ribbon Schools Program.
For more information on Monarch's outstanding achievements in assessment, please contact Mandy Diaz, Head of School.