The IOWA Assessments Test is given to St. Isaac Jogues Catholic School Second through Eighth grade students each October. This test is administered by the Archdiocese of Detroit on a yearly basis, and St. Isaac Jogues Catholic School supports the use of these results for the purpose of assessment and improving classroom instruction.
For current year IOWA results please see the school principal.
The results have been correlated to the MEAP results by dividing student scores into the levels used by schools taking the MEAP test. Those categories are Advanced, Proficient, Partially Proficient, and Not Proficient. It is important to remember that there are a few key differences between the IOWA and MEAP tests. First, the IOWA test is a nationally-normed test, so students are compared to other students across the nation, rather to just students in Michigan. Second, students are not expected to know all of the answers for the IOWA Assessments.