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University Academy 2022-2023 School Goals
Based on 2022 U.S. News & World Report rankings, 50% of University Academy seniors will gain acceptance to Top 150 colleges/universities, Top 150 Liberal Arts Colleges or Top 50 Regional Colleges.

University Academy will earn advanced/proficient scores above the state of Missouri in MAP assessments for Spring 2023 testing.

75% of UA’s graduating seniors will enroll in a 4-year college.
Seniors will score an average ACT score of 21 or higher.

The graduating Class of 2023 will earn an average of $200,000 in scholarships per graduate. 

The Class of 2023 will have at least 85% of graduates select a college/university that allows students to have $6000 or less in loans to attend their Freshman year. 

100% of UA graduating seniors will have at least two MVA's upon graduation based on opportunities through RWL college and career-ready events.

As evidenced by NEE observation, Domain 4.1 (The teacher uses instructional strategies that lead students to problem-solving and critical thinking.) will increase by at least .3 after implementing Project Lead The Way in classrooms.

UA will finish K-12 curriculum alignment and implement project-based learning in all K-8 classrooms with the K-12 finished Power Standards alignment published on the website by May, 2023. 

UA will participate in the Equity in Schools Cohort as well as the KC Talent Ready Cohort to reach a minimum teacher retention rate of 80% by August 1st, 2023.


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