CLARKSTOWN NORTH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL - School Report Card Data [2015 - 16]

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Secondary-Level English Language Arts Results for Accountability

All accountability groups made AYP: NO

GROUP
MADE AYP
Tested 95%
12th graders
Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores
PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target
2012 Accountability Cohort Members
PI
EAMO
Safe Harbor Target
All Students
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

381

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

370

PI

182

EAMO

168

Safe Harbor Target

168

American Indian or Alaska Native
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

0

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

0

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Black or African American
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

17

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

17

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Hispanic or Latino
MADE AYP: NO
Tested 95%

NO

12th Graders

107*

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

93%*

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

44

PI

168

EAMO

145

Safe Harbor Target

145

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

61

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

58

PI

195

EAMO

169

Safe Harbor Target

169

White
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

253

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

249

PI

182

EAMO

176

Safe Harbor Target

176

Multiracial
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

2

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

2

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Students With Disabilities
MADE AYP: NO
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

54

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

98%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

NO

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

54✝

PI

115✝

EAMO

121

Safe Harbor Target

121

Limited English Proficient
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

9

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

5

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Economically Disadvantaged
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

68

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

64

PI

173

EAMO

150

Safe Harbor Target

150

Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP.

GROUP
12th Graders
  • 381
  • 364
  • 333
  • 320
  • 128
  • 379
  • 327
  • 372
  • 313
  • 213
  • 168
  • 0
  • 381
Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores
  • 99%
  • 99%
  • 100%
  • 99%
  • 98%
  • 99%
  • 99%
  • 100%
  • 99%
  • 99%
  • 100%
  • 99%
2012 Accountability Cohort Members
  • 370
  • 353
  • 326
  • 312
  • 121
  • 368
  • 318
  • 365
  • 306
  • 204
  • 166
  • 0
  • 370
PI
  • 182
  • 182
  • 183
  • 179
  • 181
  • 182
  • 193
  • 183
  • 183
  • 175
  • 190
  • 182
Not American Indian or Alaska Native
12th Graders

381

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

370

PI

182

Not Black or African American
12th Graders

364

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

353

PI

182

Not Hispanic or Latino
12th Graders

333

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

326

PI

183

Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
12th Graders

320

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

312

PI

179

Not White
12th Graders

128

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

98%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

121

PI

181

Not Multiracial
12th Graders

379

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

368

PI

182

General Education
12th Graders

327

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

318

PI

193

English Proficient
12th Graders

372

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

365

PI

183

Not Economically Disadvantaged
12th Graders

313

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

306

PI

183

Male
12th Graders

213

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

204

PI

175

Female
12th Graders

168

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

166

PI

190

Migrant
12th Graders

0

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

0

PI

Not Migrant
12th Graders

381

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

370

PI

182

― There were fewer than 40 12th graders, so the Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores data are suppressed OR there were fewer than 30 students in the 2012 accountability cohort, so PI, EAMO, and Safe Harbor Target data are suppressed.
* The percentage of 12th graders tested in the current year fell below 95 percent, so the numbers of 12th graders in the current year and previous year were combined to provide the school/district with another opportunity to meet the participation rate criterion.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.

Secondary-Level Mathematics Results for Accountability

All accountability groups made AYP: YES

GROUP
MADE AYP
Tested 95%
12th graders
Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores
PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target
2012 Accountability Cohort Members
PI
EAMO
Safe Harbor Target
All Students
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

381

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

370

PI

175

EAMO

153

Safe Harbor Target

153

American Indian or Alaska Native
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

0

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

0

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Black or African American
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

17

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

17

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Hispanic or Latino
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

48

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

98%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

44

PI

155

EAMO

127

Safe Harbor Target

127

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

61

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

58

PI

181

EAMO

164

Safe Harbor Target

164

White
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

253

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

249

PI

179

EAMO

163

Safe Harbor Target

163

Multiracial
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

2

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

2

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Students With Disabilities
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

54

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

54✝

PI

130✝

EAMO

112

Safe Harbor Target

112

Limited English Proficient
MADE AYP: ―
Tested 95%

12th Graders

9

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

5

PI

EAMO

Safe Harbor Target

Economically Disadvantaged
MADE AYP: YES
Tested 95%

YES

12th Graders

68

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

PI >= EAMO or Safe Harbor Target

YES

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

64

PI

159

EAMO

134

Safe Harbor Target

134

Results for the following groups are NOT used to determine AYP.

GROUP
12th Graders
  • 381
  • 364
  • 333
  • 320
  • 128
  • 379
  • 327
  • 372
  • 313
  • 213
  • 168
  • 0
  • 381
Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 99%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
2012 Accountability Cohort Members
  • 370
  • 353
  • 326
  • 312
  • 121
  • 368
  • 318
  • 365
  • 306
  • 204
  • 166
  • 0
  • 370
PI
  • 175
  • 176
  • 178
  • 174
  • 169
  • 176
  • 183
  • 176
  • 179
  • 171
  • 181
  • 175
Not American Indian or Alaska Native
12th Graders

381

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

370

PI

175

Not Black or African American
12th Graders

364

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

353

PI

176

Not Hispanic or Latino
12th Graders

333

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

326

PI

178

Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
12th Graders

320

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

312

PI

174

Not White
12th Graders

128

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

99%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

121

PI

169

Not Multiracial
12th Graders

379

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

368

PI

176

General Education
12th Graders

327

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

318

PI

183

English Proficient
12th Graders

372

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

365

PI

176

Not Economically Disadvantaged
12th Graders

313

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

306

PI

179

Male
12th Graders

213

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

204

PI

171

Female
12th Graders

168

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

166

PI

181

Migrant
12th Graders

0

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

0

PI

Not Migrant
12th Graders

381

Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores

100%

2012 Accountability Cohort Members

370

PI

175

― There were fewer than 40 12th graders, so the Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores data are suppressed OR there were fewer than 30 students in the 2012 accountability cohort, so PI, EAMO, and Safe Harbor Target data are suppressed.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.

Unweighted Combined ELA and Math PIs

GROUP
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
  • 182
  • 168
  • 195
  • 182
  • 115
  • 173
Secondary-Level MATH PI
  • 175
  • 155
  • 181
  • 179
  • 130
  • 159
UNWEIGHTED COMBINED PI
  • 179
  • 0
  • 0
  • 162
  • 188
  • 181
  • 0
  • 123
  • 0
  • 166
All Students
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
182
Secondary-Level MATH PI
175
Unweighted Combined PI
179
American Indian or Alaska Native
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
Secondary-Level MATH PI
Unweighted Combined PI
0
Black or African American
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
Secondary-Level MATH PI
Unweighted Combined PI
0
Hispanic or Latino
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
168
Secondary-Level MATH PI
155
Unweighted Combined PI
162
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
195
Secondary-Level MATH PI
181
Unweighted Combined PI
188
White
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
182
Secondary-Level MATH PI
179
Unweighted Combined PI
181
Multiracial
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
Secondary-Level MATH PI
Unweighted Combined PI
0
Students With Disabilities
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
115
Secondary-Level MATH PI
130
Unweighted Combined PI
123
Limited English Proficient
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
Secondary-Level MATH PI
Unweighted Combined PI
0
Economically Disadvantaged
Elementary/ Middle-Level ELA PI
Elementary/ Middle-Level MATH PI
Secondary-Level ELA PI
173
Secondary-Level MATH PI
159
Unweighted Combined PI
166
― There were not enough students to determine a Performance Index.

Overall Graduation Rate for Accountability

All accountability groups made AYP: YES

GROUP
MADE AYP
All Students

MADE AYP

YES

American Indian or Alaska Native

MADE AYP

Black or African American

MADE AYP

Hispanic or Latino

MADE AYP

YES

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

MADE AYP

YES

White

MADE AYP

YES

Multiracial

MADE AYP

Students With Disabilities

MADE AYP

YES

Limited English Proficient

MADE AYP

Economically Disadvantaged

MADE AYP

YES

― There were not enough students to make an AYP determination.

Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort for Accountability

GROUP
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion:
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 396
  • 0
  • 21
  • 56
  • 61
  • 254
  • 4
  • 46✝
  • 3
  • 47
Graduation Rate
  • 97%
  • 93%
  • 97%
  • 98%
  • 96%✝
  • 87%
State Standard
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
Progress Target
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
All Students
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
396
Graduation Rate
97%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
American Indian or Alaska Native
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
0
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Black or African American
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
21
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Hispanic or Latino
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
56
Graduation Rate
93%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
61
Graduation Rate
97%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
White
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
254
Graduation Rate
98%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
Multiracial
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
4
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Students With Disabilities
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
46✝
Graduation Rate
96%✝
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
Limited English Proficient
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
3
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Economically Disadvantaged
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
47
Graduation Rate
87%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%

YES Graduation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target.
NO Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's Progress Target.
― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.

Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort for Accountability

GROUP
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion:
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
  • YES
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 366
  • 1
  • 21
  • 44
  • 54
  • 243
  • 3
  • 61✝
  • 3
  • 38
Graduation Rate
  • 98%
  • 93%
  • 100%
  • 99%
  • 93%✝
  • 95%
State Standard
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
Progress Target
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
All Students
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
366
Graduation Rate
98%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
American Indian or Alaska Native
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Black or African American
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
21
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Hispanic or Latino
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
44
Graduation Rate
93%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
54
Graduation Rate
100%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
White
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
243
Graduation Rate
99%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
Multiracial
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
3
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Students With Disabilities
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
61✝
Graduation Rate
93%✝
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%
Limited English Proficient
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
3
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Economically Disadvantaged
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
38
Graduation Rate
95%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
80%

YES Graduation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target.
NO Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's Progress Target.
― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.

Graduation Rates for Non-AYP Groups for Accountability

GROUP
Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 396
  • 375
  • 340
  • 335
  • 142
  • 392
  • 352
  • 393
  • 349
  • 202
  • 194
  • 0
  • 396
Graduation Rate
  • 97%
  • 97%
  • 98%
  • 97%
  • 96%
  • 97%
  • 97%
  • 98%
  • 99%
  • 96%
  • 98%
  • 97%
Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 365
  • 345
  • 322
  • 312
  • 123
  • 363
  • 306
  • 363
  • 328
  • 191
  • 175
  • 0
  • 366
Graduation Rate
  • 98%
  • 98%
  • 99%
  • 98%
  • 97%
  • 98%
  • 99%
  • 99%
  • 98%
  • 97%
  • 99%
  • 98%

Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Not American Indian or Alaska Native
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
396
Graduation Rate
97%
Not Black or African American
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
375
Graduation Rate
97%
Not Hispanic or Latino
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
340
Graduation Rate
98%
Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
335
Graduation Rate
97%
Not White
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
142
Graduation Rate
96%
Not Multiracial
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
392
Graduation Rate
97%
General Education
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
352
Graduation Rate
97%
English Proficient
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
393
Graduation Rate
98%
Not Economically Disadvantaged
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
349
Graduation Rate
99%
Male
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
202
Graduation Rate
96%
Female
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
194
Graduation Rate
98%
Migrant
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
0
Graduation Rate
Not Migrant
2011 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
396
Graduation Rate
97%

Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Not American Indian or Alaska Native
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
365
Graduation Rate
98%
Not Black or African American
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
345
Graduation Rate
98%
Not Hispanic or Latino
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
322
Graduation Rate
99%
Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
312
Graduation Rate
98%
Not White
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
123
Graduation Rate
97%
Not Multiracial
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
363
Graduation Rate
98%
General Education
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
306
Graduation Rate
99%
English Proficient
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
363
Graduation Rate
99%
Not Economically Disadvantaged
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
328
Graduation Rate
98%
Male
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
191
Graduation Rate
97%
Female
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
175
Graduation Rate
99%
Migrant
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
0
Graduation Rate
Not Migrant
2010 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
366
Graduation Rate
98%

― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.

Graduation Rates for Regents with Advanced Designation and CTE Endorsement for Accountability

Percentage of 2011 Graduation-Rate Total Cohort members who graduated as of August 31, 2015 with:
  • Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (This School)
  • 60%
  • Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (Statewide)
  • 32%
  • Percentage in This School Exceeded Statewide
  • YES
Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (This School)
60%
Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (Statewide)
32%
Percentage in This School Exceeded Statewide
YES
Regents Diploma with CTE Endorsement (This School)
3%
Regents Diploma with CTE Endorsement (Statewide)
5%
Percentage in This School Exceeded Statewide
NO
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