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Lexile Framework (Reading Level)

Grade On Track
1 *220L - 500L
2 450L – 620L
3 550L – 790L
4 770L – 910L
5 865L – 980L
6 955L – 1035L
7 1005L – 1085L
8 1045L – 1155L
9 1080L – 1230L
10 1110L – 1305L
11/12 1215L – 1355L



The Lexile Framework for Reading matches a reader's ability to the difficulty of a text, allowing for individualized assessment and instruction.  It is a scientific approach to reading and text measurement that measures reading ability on a scale from 200L (200 Lexiles) for beginning readers to 1700L for advanced text.  The Lexile Framework has become the most widely adopted reading measure used by educators, libraries and publishers today.

Language arts educators have long struggled with the task of assessing reading and writing proficiency objectively.  Unlike math or the sciences, we have had no meaningful, unified system of measurement.  The Lexile Framework finally provides an objective system for measurement, enabling more precise assessment and more effective language arts instruction.

LevelSet reports student performance on a Lexile Scale.  The scale ranges from one for beginning readers to above 1350 for highly advanced readers. The Lexile Framework is a scientific approach to reading and text measurement that has become the most widely adopted reading measure in use today.  To help you better understand your child's Lexile score, we have provided a note about reading level equivalent above.  For example, if a student scores a 600L, his score is translated to a 3 and he receives reading materials appropriate for a student reading approximately a third-grade level.  Note that BR indicates that the student is a beginning reader.  AR indicates that the student is an advanced reader.The chart that follows can help you understand whether your students are considered "on track for college and career readiness" as defined by the Common Core State Standards. Refer to the appropriate grade level to see whether your child is on track. For example, if your child is in the fourth grade, refer to the Grade 4 row. This row indicates that a score between 770L and 910L is considered on track.