Institutional Research

Institutional Research at St. Margaret's

St. Margaret’s Episcopal School is committed to measuring our mission and gauging institutional effectiveness through comprehensive data collection and analysis. We believe that institutional research is critical for the assessment of, and reflection on the alignment between the school’s mission and core values, and the school’s policies, procedures and practices.
The Office of Institutional Research is committed to:

List of 6 items.

  • Collaborative and inclusive

    research projects that elevate the mission of the school and have an observable impact on school systems and decision-making.
  • Fostering a data culture

    and promoting data literacy as a tool for effective teaching, learning and institutional growth.
  • Building systems

    of data-informed feedback anchored in relational trust and the strength of our community.
  • A human-centered approach

    to data collection, analysis and reporting.
  • Leveraging data

    in creative and innovative ways to promote positive change.
  • Sharing the results and outcomes

    of research with various stakeholders in the St. Margaret’s community.

List of 1 members.

  • Photo of Stephanie Capen

    Stephanie Capen 

    Director of Institutional Research & Astronomy Teacher
    (949) 661-0108 x1370
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