Our priority is to help every student excel in the classroom.
Students in our district are required to take the Stanford 10 and AIMS exams, which measure academic performance in specific areas. The link below provides a summary of Arizona's Assessment Program and test results for CFSD.
View AZ Assessment Program: CFSD 2012 Summary Report
Arizona's A-F Accountability System Overview
CFSD Achievement Profiles
Students in grades 2 and 9 take the Stanford 10, a national norm-referenced assessment created by Pearson covering language arts and mathematics.
View CFSD's Stanford 10 Scores
Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS)
Students in grades 3-8 take the AIMS DPA (Dual Purpose Assessment), a combination of AIMS criterion-referenced assessment items based on the Arizona Academic Standards and items from the Stanford 10.
Beginning with the class of 2006, 10th grade students must pass the AIMS in order to graduate. Students in grade 10 take the AIMS HS (High School) assessment and continue to test twice annually in grades 11-12 until they have met or exceeded the standard in each area tested - writing, reading, and mathematics.
View CFSD's AIMS Reading Scores
View CFSD's AIMS Writing Scores
View CFSD's AIMS Math Scores
View CFSD's AIMS Science Scores
View CFSD's High School SAT Scores