Lebanon High School
Hybrid students passed the Keystone Exams at rates almost three times higher than their non-hybrid (traditional) counterparts in the same school. Hybrid classrooms beat traditional classrooms in all assessed subjects including Biology, Literature and Algebra.
Pottstown High School
Students started the year scoring 17.6 percentage points below the statewide average on the Keystone Algebra Exams. After a year of hybrid learning, they scored 3.5 points above – a 21-point swing reflected in a maximum score of 100 for academic growth in math.
Lower Dauphin High School
Hybrid math students scored advanced or proficient on the Keystone Algebra Exams at a rate 10.3 percentage points higher than the state average.
Dallas High School
Achieved state standards for academic growth in high school math by using hybrid learning to motivate students who historically struggled with the subject.
Lancaster Wheatland Middle School
Hybrid students scored 86 percent advanced or proficient on the Keystone Algebra Exams, a rate more than two times higher than the state average.
Garden Spot Middle School
Hybrid students in Eastern Lancaster County School District achieved 84 percent proficient or advanced on the 7th Grade PSSA math test and beat growth standards.
Spring City Hybrid Elementary School
Students exceeded standards for academic growth in math and reading using the hybrid program throughout the school building.