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Mid-Columbia Partnership Virtual School Report Card

Mid-Columbia Partnership Virtual School is a Washington homeschooling partnership program providing an alternative learning experience for students in grades K-12. The program is part of the Kennewick School District, offering on-site classes and online options complete with textbooks and workbooks. Students should reside in Kennewick or within driving distance.

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Mission Statement

Mid-Columbia Parent Partnership (MCP) is sponsored by Kennewick School District. We work together with home-schooling families in the Tri-Cities. A variety of enrollment options help meet the needs and desires of our families. Options range from full-time Alternative Learning Experiences to part-time enrollment for home-scholars wanting supplemental classes. Classes are provided onsite at MCP and at off-site community learning centers.

Mid-Columbia Partnership Virtual School

Guidance Counselor Or Academic TutoringNo
Social Or Emotional CounselingNo
Special ClassificationHome school Program
Geographic RestrictionsYes, there are geographical restrictions
Geographic DetailsKennewick School districts and all districts within driving distance of the program in Kennewick
International Students AcceptedNo
Enrollment Tests Or RequirementsFull time students are required to take the MSP for placement
Campus LocationsNo
Social OpportunitiesYes
Religious AffiliationNONE
AccreditedNo
University AffiliatedNo
Part Time AvailableN/A
Graduation RateN/A
Computer LabNo
Second Language CourseworkNo
Necessary Education MaterialsN/A
Hybrid LearningYes
Class ScheduleBoth Live and On-Demand
Student Success StoriesN/A
Free TuitionYes
Free Tuition RestrictionsN/A
ScholarshipsN/A
LoansN/A
Payment PlansN/A
DiscountsN/A
Other Financial AssistanceN/A

Please review this school’s standardized test scores and read more about our thoughts on state testing below. Understand that the state test scores below can be a useful indicator of a successful school, but they are not the only indicator.

View Results By Grade & Subject

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3th Grade

Math

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
37%
State
61%

Reading

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
81%
State
72%

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4th Grade

Math

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
43%
State
53%

Reading

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
68%
State
67%

Writing

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
43%
State
61%

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5th Grade

Math

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
11%
State
53%

Reading

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
76%
State
69%

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6th Grade

Math

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
45%
State
34%

Reading

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
54%
State
51%

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7th Grade

Math

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
54%
State
64%

Reading

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
72%
State
55%

Writing

Measurements of Student Progress

Percentage of students testing at proficient or better:

School
63%
State
63%

The debate on the importance and value of standardized test scores has raged across the country for the better part of the decade. On one hand, a standardized test is one of the easiest and simplest ways to compare and contrast the success of students in certain schools and school districts. On the other hand, some students’ academic abilities do not shine through on tests. Here at OnlineSchools.com, we see the validity in both arguments, which is why we chose to present test data for each school without any editorial comment. Understand that test scores can be a useful indicator of a successful school, but they are not the only indicator. Also please note that each state offers slightly different types and versions of these standardized tests, so comparing test results from one state to results from another isn’t informative, or fair. If you have any questions regarding the test scores we have displayed, please contact us and we will be sure to answer your questions to the best of our abilities. Thank you.

At-A-Glance
Level:K - 12 Location:Kennewick, WA Free Tuition:Yes Schedule:Both Live and On-Demand Status:Public
Mid-Columbia Partnership Virtual School
201 South Garfield
Kennewick, WA 99336

(509) 222-5036
www.ksd.org