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ILM Academy is not currently hiring, however we are always in need of substitute teachers. To apply, please email your resume to us at info@ilmacademy.org. We will contact you should your qualifications meet our needs for a substitute teacher.

We will email you back to confirm we have received your resume for substituting this year or working at ILM Academy next year. We do not do walk-in interviews.

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General Overview

ILM Academy students shine every day, whether in their behavior or academics.  One measure of that success is in the standardized testing results.  As a school, we believe that authentic assessment of student achievement is measured on a daily basis through a variety of activities over an extended period of time and not by a single test administered on a single day, however, standardized tests do provide a benchmark against which to measure the progress of the students and the school.  Results from the Stanford Achievement Test and Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test show that ILM Academy students score well above their peers nationwide across grade levels.

 

Stanford Achievement Test- Spring 2015

The graph below shows how ILM Academy students compared to other students nationwide in terms of their grade level equivalency as determined by the results of their Stanford Achievement testing. The graph shows at which grade level these students performed on the test. This test covers areas including reading, math, language, spelling, science and social studies.  Note: Grade level equivalencies are not provided for first grade.

 

Measures of Academic Progress(MAP)Test- Winter and Spring 2015

The graph below shows how ILM Academy students compared to other students nationwide in both reading and math at both the winter and spring administrations of the MAP test.  The MAP test does not give a grade level equivalency, but rather a raw score (called a RIT score) that they compare to national norms of students of the same grade level nationwide taking the test in the same time period.

 


 

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We are still accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year through February 2018. Please continue to the Admissions and FAQ pages for more information on how to apply.

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