Results

At Great Oaks, we want every student to graduate from college. We believe that by providing a great charter school education supported by excellent teachers and our dedicated Tutor Corps, we can set our students on the path to success. Our initial academic results suggest that our model boosts academic achievement. See our results below to learn more.

 

Great Oaks Legacy Charter School

90%
84%

In 2015-2016, GOLCS 11th Graders outperformed 90% and 84% of all students across New Jersey in Math and ELA, respectively.


100%

100% of GO-Legacy’s first high school senior class was admitted to college/university.

 

Great Oaks Charter School – Wilmington

89%

In the school’s first year of operation, 89% of GO—WIL students scored higher on the state Math assessment than they did in the previous year.


217
217

All students improved on the state English Language Arts assessment.


Students outperformed their peers in the surrounding school district.

 

Great Oaks Charter School – New York City

85%

Over 85% of parents and guardians attended school community events such as back-to-school and goal- setting nights during the 2016-2017 school year.


The 2016-17 School Quality Review by the NYC Dept. of Ed showed that GO-NYC outperformed comparison schools in both Math and ELA.

 

Great Oaks Charter School – Bridgeport

7.5%

GO—BPT students demonstrated 7.5% growth on the state academic assessment, compared to 3.3% across the state and 1.15% in the City of Bridgeport.

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