Across Connecticut, Bristol Central High School posted the second highest increase during the past year in the average percentage of students within goal range across all subjects on state tests, according to ConnCan.
That makes it the second most improved high school in the state, behind only Cromwell High School. See the rankings here.
In general, though, the group didn't rate Bristol too well, as you can see here.
For elementary schools, it gave Bristol a C- in performance gains, a C in having students within test goal range, a D+ on having its minority students meet goal and a C+ on the gap between the achievement of students as a whole and those in subgroups such as African Americans and Hispanics.
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