SBA Student Growth Percentiles (SGP)
A student growth percentile (SGP) describes a student's growth compared to other students with similar prior test scores (their academic peers). Although the calculations for SGPs are complex, percentiles are a familiar method of measuring students in comparison to their peers.
- SGPs at a Glance (PDF)* - a short overview of SGPs
- Understanding a Student Growth Percentile Report (PDF)* - a guide for parents and teachers
All students that have at least two years of consecutive state testing (SBA) scores are included. Click here to learn where to find your student's SGP report.
Learn more about SGP from from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction here.
For students - learn how to find and use your SGP data for student led conferences by viewing a short video tutorial from your Google Drive.
*Retrieved from Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction website at https://www.k12.wa.us/data-reporting/reporting/student-growth-percentiles-sgp/district-and-school-resources