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We are fighting our way back from not only the pandemic-induced learning challenges but also from a steady decline in scores and ratings before we took office.

Where HHHS Was

This graph highlights how Hatboro-Horsham High School performed during the years 2012 to 2017 using multiple indicators as calculated by the State of PA. NOTE: This indicator was no longer used after the 2016-2017 school year. (Source: Public School Review)

Increased Improvement

This graph from the Public School Review shows the drop in test scores from 2016 through 2019. Following our first year on the board and under our newly appointed Superintendent Hatboro-Horsham High School's testing rank has increased significantly. 

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Our rigorous course of study ranking is sharply increasing as well.
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Today, Hatboro-Horsham High School ranks in the
top 5% of public schools in PA for:
Most improved public schools and
highest graduation rate

Source: Public School Review
Measuring Up

According to the Public School Review, Hatboro-Horsham Senior High School currently ranks among the top 20% of public schools in PA for:

  • Highest overall rank (Top 11%)

  • Most improved public schools (Top 5%)

  • Highest math proficiency (Top 20%)

  • Highest reading/language arts proficiency (Top 20%)

  • Highest graduation rate (Top 5%), and

  • Lowest student: teacher ratio (Top 20%)


Plus, 61% of students have achieved math proficiency (compared to the 38% PA state average), and 70-74% of students have achieved reading proficiency (compared to the 55% PA state average).

Moving Forward

We're proud that our efforts, the efforts of our administrators, and especially our students' efforts are paying off. But we know there is still more to be done. We're committed to continuing our work to improve the level of education here at the HHSD—not only just at the high school level but in the elementary and middle school grades, as well.

HHSD proficiency is significantly above the State average in English and Math, with some improvement needed in Science.  You will note a drop in state scores as well through the COVID timeframe.

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Meeting State requirements is on the rise in all subjects over the last three (3) years at H-H.  

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Advanced scores as outlined above show significantly higher than the State average in Math.  Science was above in 2020-2021 while falling slightly below the State Average.  English, while above in Proficient and showing great improvement in Meeting, is lagging in the Advanced category.

2023 Academic Achievement Continues to Rise!
Elementary Schools
  • Double digit proficiency gains in Math

  • Double digit proficiency gains in Science

  • Improved scores in English/Language Arts


Keith Valley and High School

  • Doubled the number of students taking Algebra 1 in last year's 8th grade class

  • Cut the number of students not meeting proficiency in half

  • More than doubled the number of students achieving an advanced score 

  • Keystone scores at the High School are increasing, with the most significant gains in Biology

  • Improvement in ELA Scores

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High School Graduate Increased in 3 Years
  • 3.21 average GPA up from 3.1

  • 1,120 average SAT score up from 1,090

  • 81% AP Exam pass rate up from 76%

National Merit Finalists

  • Six in 2023

  • Four in 2022

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