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    All Sumner Academy students in the Class of 2000 were involved in college level coursework through the Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Programs. In addition to receiving their USD 500 Sumner Academy Diploma, eight graduates also completed all of the requirements to receive an International Baccalaureate Diploma.

    Sumner students were listed among the nations finest on college entrance exams. This included 1 National Merit Finalist, 3 National Merit Commended Scholars, 2 National Achievement Finalists and 5 National Achievement Commended Scholars. Over 74% of the Graduating Class of 2000 were recognized for academic achievement through scholarship offers totaling $2.6 million.

    Sumner Academys Academic Decathlon team took third place in the 2000 4-A tournament at Kansas State University in Manhattan. Sumner also had the highest individual scorer in the small school division.

    Sumner Academy Varsity Boys Basketball Team had another successful year. The team won the Huron League Championship, Kansas 4-A Sub-State Championship and the 4-A Kansas State Championship. In addition, the team also received honors for Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. Sumner Academy Soccer Team also had an outstanding year. For the first time in the history of the school, the team qualified for the Kansas State Soccer Tournament.

    Sumner Academys debate and forensics programs ranked in the top 5% in the nation. Three students placed 1st in state competition. Two students qualified for the National Forensics Tournament. Also for the first time in the history of the school, a member of the Sumner debate team qualified for the National Debate Tournament.

    Music students at Sumner Academy earned numerous awards for outstanding performances. Students in the Vocal Music Department A Cappella Choir received one ratings at the State Music Festival and the American Classic Festival in Ft. Worth, Texas. Students in the Chamber Singers, Ladies Ensemble and several soloists received one ratings at both region and state choral competitions.

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    Sumner Academy of Arts and Science offers a college preparatory curriculum with educational experiences that promote responsibility, adaptability and lifelong learning to its diverse student body.

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    2000-2001 School Year Dr. Donna E. Severance

    Principal 1610 N. 8th Street

    Kansas City, KS 66101 (913) 627-7200

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    Kansas Reading Kansas MathNumber % Number % Number % Number % Number % Number %

    Advanced or Proficient: 87 67.4 Advanced or Proficient: 81 47.9Satisfactory: 28 21.7 Satisfactory: 42 24.9

    Basic or Unsatisfactory: 14 10.9 Basic or Unsatisfactory: 46 27.2

    MAT7 Reading MAT7 MathNumber % Number % Number % Number % Number % Number %

    Upper Quartile: 417 44.5 Upper Quartile:Lower Quartile: 34 3.6 Lower Quartile:

    Met Collective Met CollectiveResponsibility Target: Responsibility Target: 797 85

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    Attendance SuspensionsStudents who met standard Number % Number % Number % Number % Number % Number %for attendance (10 or fewer Students with no suspensions:

    absences per year):

    Note: On the Metropolitan Achievement Test (MAT7), about 25% of students in a national sample achieve in the

    upper and lower quartiles. The district's Collective Responsibility goal is to have 50% of our students achieveat or above the 55th percentile.

    Number and percent of students in important School Improvement categories.

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