The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has released the results of its 2013 Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) standardized tests administered last spring.
In most grades and categories Lexington was well above the state average in test scores.
Here's an overview of Lexington students versus the state average.
Lexington students scored 47 percent Advanced, 43 percent Proficient, 7 percent Needs Improvement and 2 percent Warning/Failing.
Statewide students scored 19 percent Advanced, 50 percent Proficient, 23 percent Needs Improvement and 8 percent Warning/Failing.
Lexington students scored 63 percent Advanced, 25 percent Proficient, 9 percent Needs Improvement and 3 percent Warning/Failing.
Statewide students scored 28 percent Advanced, 33 percent Proficient, 25 percent Needs Improvement and 14 percent Warning/Fail.
Science and Tech:
Lexington students scored 42 percent Advanced, 41 percent Proficient, 14 percent Needs Improvement and 3 percent Warning/Failing.
Statewide students scored 16 percent Advanced, 37 percent Proficient, 35 percent Needs Improvement and 12 percent Warning/Fail.