Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) - Interpreting Student Results
The Ministry of Education reports results of the annual FSA at the provincial, district, school and individual student levels.
Results from the FSA are used by schools to improve their programs and enhance student performance in core literacy and numeracy skills.
The assessment provides valuable information on student performance, but is only one measure of what students know and are able to do. FSA results should not be considered to be the only method used for measuring individual student, school or district performance.
Student Results Report
The FSA Individual Student Results Report sent home from schools are provided in English. To help families and students for whom English is not the language spoken in the home, translated versions of the Individual Student Results Report are available on this site in 14 additional languages. From the list below, please choose the language in which you wish to view the Student Results Report.
What happens to the FSA results?
The individual student results are sent home to parents. School and district summary reports are compiled by the Ministry of Education in late spring and are made available at www.bced.gov.bc.ca/reporting