Interpreting CAASPP results

If your child participated in any California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) testing last school year in English Language Arts, Math and Science, individual student score reports will be mailed out the week of August 15.

What is the CAASPP?

The CAASPP exams are part of California’s comprehensive plan for supporting high-quality learning at every school. They are based on California’s academic standards, which are designed to help all students graduate ready for college and to pursue a career. These tests include a wide variety of questions, and require students to explain how they solve problems, think critically, and write analytically.

  • Download guides in multiple languages to learn how to interpret CAASPP score reports.

Understanding the CAASPP student score report

Watch the following video to get tips on how to interpret the 2015-16 CAASPP score reports:

Come talk with us about the CAASPP!

The Achievement Assessments Office will be meeting with parents about CAASPP score reports, and translation and child care will be provided.

Come by on:

Aug. 30, 6-7 p.m.
555 Franklin Street

Sept. 13, 6-7 p.m.
Mission High School
3750 18th Street

Sept. 15, 6-7 p.m.
Willie Brown Middle School
2055 Silver Avenue

Please RSVP at 415-241-6400 or