Gulfport School District

Science Performance

How students performed on the end-of-year Science assessment (grades 5 and 8) or the end-of-course Biology I assessment (high school) determines how proficient the student is in the subject area.

Accountability Data

The Mississippi Statewide Accountability System is a single “A” through “F” school and district accountability system. Click any chart to get detailed information on the measure.

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The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted many facets of education including instruction and assessment during the 2020-2021 school year. These disruptions may have influenced a student’s opportunity to learn, motivation and/or assessment administration conditions. Results presented should not be considered comparable to prior years.
There are no new A-F letter grades for districts and schools because assessments were not administered in 2019-2020 and growth could not be calculated.

Science Performance Overview

Level 1
Minimal
Level 2
Basic
Level 3
Passing
Level 4
Proficient
Level 5
Advanced

Gulfport School District

Mississippi

Science Performance by Subgroup

Small groups are not displayed to protect student privacy. See User Guide for more information.

Level 1
Minimal
Level 2
Basic
Level 3
Passing
Level 4
Proficient
Level 5
Advanced

All

Male

Female

Black or African American

White

Alaskan Native or Native American

Asian

Two or More Races

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

Hispanic or Latino

Non Economically Disadvantaged

Economically Disadvantaged

English Learners

Non English Learners

Students without Disabilities

Homeless

Foster Care

Military Connected

Students with Disabilities

Science Performance Data

All

  • Level 1 9.2%
  • Level 2 14.5%
  • Level 3 24.6%
  • Level 4 33.7%
  • Level 5 18.0%

Male

  • Level 1 11.0%
  • Level 2 13.8%
  • Level 3 23.5%
  • Level 4 33.4%
  • Level 5 18.3%

Female

  • Level 1 7.5%
  • Level 2 15.2%
  • Level 3 25.7%
  • Level 4 34.0%
  • Level 5 17.7%

Black or African American

  • Level 1 13.3%
  • Level 2 20.4%
  • Level 3 30.9%
  • Level 4 26.1%
  • Level 5 9.2%

White

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 0-10%
  • Level 3 11-20%
  • Level 4 41-50%
  • Level 5 31-40%

Alaskan Native or Native American

  • Level 1 0.0%
  • Level 2 0.0%
  • Level 3 0.0%
  • Level 4 71-80%
  • Level 5 21-30%

Asian

  • Level 1 0.0%
  • Level 2 0-10%
  • Level 3 11-20%
  • Level 4 51-60%
  • Level 5 21-30%

Two or More Races

  • Level 1 0.0%
  • Level 2 10.2%
  • Level 3 14.3%
  • Level 4 42.9%
  • Level 5 32.7%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

  • Level 1 0.0%
  • Level 2 0.0%
  • Level 3 0.0%
  • Level 4 91-100%
  • Level 5 0.0%

Hispanic or Latino

  • Level 1 13.8%
  • Level 2 13.8%
  • Level 3 22.0%
  • Level 4 41.5%
  • Level 5 8.9%

Non Economically Disadvantaged

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 0-10%
  • Level 3 11-20%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 31-40%

Economically Disadvantaged

  • Level 1 11.4%
  • Level 2 17.7%
  • Level 3 28.8%
  • Level 4 31.9%
  • Level 5 10.3%

English Learners

  • Level 1 25.9%
  • Level 2 18.5%
  • Level 3 24.1%
  • Level 4 31.5%
  • Level 5 0.0%

Non English Learners

  • Level 1 8.6%
  • Level 2 14.4%
  • Level 3 24.6%
  • Level 4 33.8%
  • Level 5 18.7%

Students without Disabilities

  • Level 1 6.1%
  • Level 2 12.8%
  • Level 3 23.8%
  • Level 4 37.0%
  • Level 5 20.2%

Homeless

  • Level 1 11-20%
  • Level 2 0.0%
  • Level 3 31-40%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 0.0%

Foster Care

  • Level 1 31-40%
  • Level 2 0.0%
  • Level 3 0.0%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 31-40%

Military Connected

  • Level 1
  • Level 2 5.0%
  • Level 3 20.0%
  • Level 4 40.0%
  • Level 5 35.0%

Students with Disabilities

  • Level 1 21-30%
  • Level 2 21-30%
  • Level 3 21-30%
  • Level 4 11-20%
  • Level 5 0-10%

Mississippi Department of Education

PO Box 771
Jackson, MS 39205
(601) 359-3513

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Last updated 3/31/2022