Subject Proficiency Testing
Student exit exams receive grades among multiple proficiency levels established by the state. These figures display how the school as a whole performed in different subjects.
Reading Proficiency Distribution
Reading proficiency is determined by student results on the school's High School Proficiency Exams test.
|Total Students Tested||75|
Algebra Proficiency Distribution
Algebra proficiency is determined by student results on the school's High School Proficiency Exams test.
|Total Students Tested||35|
Overall Student Performance
This measures overall student performance on state exams. The calculations by U.S. News were the first of two steps in determining which schools received at least a bronze medal.
|State Test Performance Index||59.7|
|Risk-Adjusted Performance Index||-19.4|
Disadvantaged Student Performance
This measures the proficiency on state exams among typically underperforming subgroups. The calculations by U.S. News were the second of two steps in determining which schools received at least a bronze medal.
|Percentage of Disadvantaged Students Who Are Proficient||43.4|
|Percentage of Non-Disadvantaged Students Who Are Proficient||60.5|
|Gap Between Disadvantaged and Non-Disadvantaged Students||-17.1|
|Gap Between School and State Among Disadvantaged Students||-6.8|
College-Ready Student Performance
High school students take AP® and IB exams to earn college credit and demonstrate success at college-level course work. U.S. News calculated a College Readiness Index based on exam participation rates and percentages of students passing at least one exam. The Index determined which types of medals (gold, silver or bronze) were awarded to top-performing schools.
|College Readiness Index||N/A|
|Exam Used for Index||N/A|
Data are based on the 2011-2012 school year.
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International Baccalaureate (IB) data provided by International Baccalaureate of North America. Used with permission.