Less Than 30% of Keefe Tech Students Meet or Exceed MCAS Standards

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FRAMINGHAM – The Commonwealth of Massachusetts released MCAS scores for school districts and regional high schools today, September 21.

South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical High School, known as Keefe Tech, had 28% of its students meet or exceed the standard for English, a drop of 12% since 2019 MCAS results.

Just 22% of Keefe Tech students met or exceed the standard for Math, a drop of 4% since 2019.

Across the Commonwealth, MCAS scores dropped in many districts and regional high schools due to the coronavirus pandemic.

No MCAS were administered in 2020, due to the pandemic.

The results released today were tests administered in spring 2021.

Students need to pass the MCAS exam in high school in order to graduate.

Keefe Tech is a regional vocation high school. Students study a discipline like culinary, automotive, or dental assistant as well as academics.

More than 50% of the students at Keefe Tech are from Framingham. Students from Ashland, Natick, Holliston, Hopkinton, and Framingham attend the 9-12 school located on Winter Street in Framingham.


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