The Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) outline the goals and objectives of curriculum taught in the state’s public schools at each grade level and in each subject area. Student performance is measured by a series of state-mandated SOL tests. Thirty-two SOL tests measure competency in the four core areas: English (Reading and Writing), Mathematics, History/Social Science, and Science.
SOL Results for APSThree-year summary reports for APS schools are available online for elementary, middle and high schools. The reports show across grade levels by school, subject and group. The high school report includes end-of-course SOL tests in each of the following content areas: English/Reading, Mathematics, Science, History/Social Science, and Writing. APS summary reports include results for HB Woodlawn in addition to the state-recognized secondary schools.
2013 SOL Results
State SOL Report Cards and SOL Results
SOL results are part of the School Report Card and begin on page 9 of that report. School Report Card results include VAAP and VGLA alternate test results and are adjusted for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reporting. (Failing scores for students who transferred into APS during the year and for qualifying LEP students have been excluded.) These results include all APS students in their school of registration and do not break out results for students in APS continuation and special program schools. All figures are percentages. Accountability & Virginia Public Schools (PDF)
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To view Student Report Card SOL results for Arlington Public Schools:
Arlington Public Schools State School Report Cards and SOL results: https://p1pe.doe.virginia.gov/reportcard/
- Click the link below.
- Select Arlington from the Division drop down menu
- Select the school from the School drop down menu.
- You will then be asked to select the file format in which you prefer to view the results (PDF or Excel). We suggest viewing the results in PDF as they are easier to read.
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