Island high school students have effectively bounced back from pandemic-era educational challenges with improved MCAS scores, as the English Language Learner program grows.
Three years after the pandemic upended established learning curriculums, Martha's Vineyard public school students have turned in a solid performance on statewide testing.


Martha’s Vineyard public school students experienced a dip in MCAS scores following a difficult two years that involved virtual learning during the Covid pandemic.
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee heard an extensive progress report Monday on an ongoing MCAS test preparation program at the high school, as the state-sanctioned standardized test nears.


Vineyard elementary schools scored well across the board on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS), earning marks well above the state average. Science continues to be a standout.


Island students generally excelled in English language arts and saw lower scores in mathematics, results from state standardized tests show.