Waynesburg Elementary was 424th in the state, while Stanford Elementary was 560th and Crab Orchard Elementary was 630th.
Waynesburg's score was in the 42nd percentile; Stanford's was in the 24th percentile; and Crab Orchard's was in the 14th percentile.
Difference in scores
The scores under K-PREP are substantially different from the old scores because they incorporate a whole bevy of new measurements for school achievement.
Under CATS, schools were assessed largely on academic achievement. Under K-PREP, academic achievement makes up just 30 percent of the score for elementary schools, 28 percent for middle schools and 20 percent for high schools.
Schools' scores are now substantially affected by how individual students improve in proficiency over time and how well low-income, special-education, minority and English-language-learner students perform.
At the middle- and high-school levels, scores also account for how well students are prepared for college or a career.
And at the high-school level, scores are affected by graduation rates.
Hart said in order to score well in the new system, it's essential that all students are "met at their point of academic need and taught in a very intentional manner."
“This is a radical departure from the scores of the past that were primarily determined by the academic index," Hart said. "This new model requires that we develop a comprehensive learning system, where every student demonstrates academic progress every year."