Upon the request of an individual, Paladin Career & Technical High School must make available in a timely fashion financial statements showing all operations and transactions affecting income, surplus, and deficit during Paladin’s last annual accounting period.
Annual School Report, Scorecards, and Reviews
Each year, Paladin Career & Technical High School evaluates the effectiveness of its programming and educational delivery methods, as well as the results from standardized testing and student support assistance. By aggregating the analytic data from each of these programs, Paladin can present a statistical snapshot of its students’ performance and growth.
World’s Best Workforce Report
In order to create the world’s best workforce, each year the Paladin Career & Technical High School board holds a public meeting, adopting a comprehensive, long-term strategic plan to support and improve teaching and learning that is aligned with that goal. An annual report on the previous year’s goals, outcomes and strategies can be found below.
IQS Schoolwide Improvement Plan (Authorizer)
As an independent charter school, Paladin Career & Technical High School has the ability to adapt to meet the needs of its students from year to year. Supported by data-driven practices, Paladin administrators, and teachers take efforts every year to shape the curriculum, support systems, and incentive programs available in order to best meet students’ needs. Each year, a site improvement plan is developed in conjunction with Paladin’s authorizer, IQS, and approval from the charter board.
ESSA School Improvement Plan
Under Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), Paladin—in partnership with stakeholders (including principals and other school leaders, teachers and parents)—must locally develop and implement a school improvement plan for the school to improve student outcomes. The School Improvement Plan answers the question, “How are we going to get to where we want to be?” The Plan is written to achieve the vision of the school and is about keeping the entire system together and moving forward.
Title I and Title II
Paladin Career & Technical High School has implemented a Title I schoolwide program (SWP) in order to address and reform its educational practices in regards to providing all students with equitable support and opportunities for academic success. By prioritizing educational resources for students with additional needs, particularly those with proficiencies below grade-level, who may struggle with homelessness or poverty, and who would otherwise be disadvantaged in an unaccommodating environment, Paladin strives to fairly offer the highest quality learning to all its young people.
Testing and Assessments