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2010 - 11 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)


County List of Schools
2010 Base
Academic Performance Index (API) Report

California Department of Education
Analysis, Measurement &
Accountability Reporting Division
6/27/2012

California Department of Education




 
County:  ALAMEDA
County Code:  01
 
  Ranks   Targets
Number of Students Included in the 2010 API 2010 Base API   2010 Statewide Rank 2010 Similar Schools Rank   2010 -11 Growth Target 2011 API Target


 

 

 
Alameda City Unified 7,106 833   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Amelia Earhart Elementary 391 948   10 9   A A
  Bay Farm Elementary 360 942   10 3   A A
  Donald D. Lum Elementary 304 867   8 5   A A
  Edison Elementary 267 940   10 7   A A
  Frank Otis Elementary 286 886   9 4   A A
  Franklin Elementary 183 897   9 6   A A
  Henry Haight Elementary 283 814   6 5   A A
  Nea Community Learning Center 228 839   7 8   A A
  Ruby Bridges Elementary 343 816   6 9   A A
  Washington Elementary 178 794   5 5   5 799
  William G. Paden Elementary 231 836   7 5   A A
Middle Schools
  Chipman Middle 508 739   4 3   5 744
  Lincoln Middle 903 899   10 4   A A
  Will C. Wood Middle 546 783   6 3   5 788
High Schools
  Alameda Community Learning Center 204 841   9 7   A A
  Alameda High 1,341 821   9 3   A A
  Alameda Science and Technology Institute 119 842   9 7   A A
  Encinal High 740 764   6 10   5 769
Small Schools
  Bay Area School of Enterprise 56 581 *   1 *   11 592
ASAM Schools
  Island High (Continuation) 58 644 *   B B   8 652
 
Alameda County Office of Educa 44 580   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  FAME Public Charter 987 761   3 4   5 766
High Schools
  Aspire California College Preparatory Ac 183 834   9 10   A A
  Envision Academy for Arts & Technology 182 602   1   10 612
ASAM Schools
  Alameda County Community 14 563 *   B B   12 575
  Alameda County Juvenile Hall/Court                
  Alameda County Opportunity 24 594 *   B B   10 604
 
Albany City Unified 2,735 877   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Cornell Elementary 343 891   9 1   A A
  Marin Elementary 324 943   10 6   A A
  Ocean View Elementary 323 913   10 6   A A
Middle Schools
  Albany Middle 841 889   9 7   A A
High Schools
  Albany High 874 846   9 5   A A
ASAM Schools
  MacGregor High (Continuation) 19 402 *   B B   20 422
 
Berkeley Unified 6,363 784   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Berkeley Arts Magnet at Whittier 237 854   8 3   A A
  Cragmont Elementary 250 842   7 3   A A
  Emerson Elementary 206 858   8 8   A A
  Jefferson Elementary 178 894   9 8   A A
  John Muir Elementary 145 821   6 6   A A
  Leconte Elementary 192 763   3 1   5 768
  Malcolm X Elementary 234 849   8 5   A A
  Oxford Elementary 187 876   9 8   A A
  Rosa Parks Environmental Science Magnet 253 797   5 1   3 800
  Thousand Oaks Elementary 270 837   7 3   A A
  Washington Elementary 194 851   8 6   A A
Middle Schools
  Longfellow Arts and Technology Middle 404 818   7 9   A A
  Martin Luther King Middle 889 831   8 7   A A
  Willard Middle 459 787   6 5   5 792
High Schools
  Berkeley High                
Small Schools
  Berkeley Technology Academy 33 527 *   1 *   14 541
 
California School for the Blind 24 459 *     17 476
 
California School for the Deaf-Fremont
High Schools
  California School for the Deaf-Fremont 282 471     16 487
 
Castro Valley Unified 6,665 854   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Castro Valley Elementary 243 829   7 4   A A
  Chabot Elementary 288 909   9 9   A A
  Independent Elementary 399 947   10 7   A A
  Jensen Ranch Elementary 256 980   10 9   A A
  Marshall Elementary 259 850   8 5   A A
  Proctor Elementary 353 872   8 2   A A
  Stanton Elementary 292 903   9 9   A A
  Vannoy Elementary 251 920   10 9   A A
Middle Schools
  Canyon Middle 1,292 853   9 6   A A
  Creekside Middle 777 876   9 3   A A
High Schools
  Castro Valley High 2,031 816   8 2   A A
Small Schools
  Palomares Elementary 96 934 *   10 *   A A
ASAM Schools
  Redwood Alternative High 58 551 *   B B   12 563
  Redwood Continuation High                
 
Dublin Unified 4,262 878   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Dublin Elementary 343 890   9 3   A A
  Eleanor Murray Fallon 765 910   9 6   A A
  Frederiksen Elementary 324 861   8 3   A A
  James Dougherty Elementary 409 939   10 4   A A
  John Green Elementary 395 933   10 3   A A
  Murray Elementary 220 870   8 4   A A
Middle Schools
  Wells Middle 653 836   8 5   A A
High Schools
  Dublin High 1,092 867   10 9   A A
ASAM Schools
  Valley High (Continuation) 34 557 *   B B   12 569
 
Emery Unified 526 711   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Anna Yates Elementary 281 774   4 7   5 779
High Schools
  Emery Secondary 245 649   2 5   8 657
 
Fremont Unified 23,588 867   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Ardenwood Elementary 558 947   10 5   A A
  Brier Elementary 386 856   8 10   A A
  Brookvale Elementary 338 869   8 5   A A
  Cabrillo Elementary 248 764   4 4   5 769
  E. M. Grimmer Elementary 245 806   6 7   A A
  Forest Park Elementary 615 968   10 7   A A
  Fred E. Weibel Elementary 508 969   10 7   A A
  Glenmoor Elementary 382 868   8 7   A A
  Harvey Green Elementary 288 861   8 10   A A
  J. Haley Durham Elementary 260 799   5 5   1 800
  James Leitch Elementary 207 965   10 6   A A
  John Blacow Elementary 379 794   5 4   5 799
  John G. Mattos Elementary 312 863   8 4   A A
  John Gomes Elementary 625 992   10 10   A A
  Joseph Azevada Elementary 281 829   7 6   A A
  Joshua Chadbourne Elementary 571 974   10 8   A A
  Mission San Jose Elementary 483 995   10 10   A A
  Mission Valley Elementary 555 953   10 4   A A
  Niles Elementary 339 914   10 6   A A
  O. N. Hirsch Elementary 246 885   9 9   A A
  Oliveira Elementary 343 846   7 8   A A
  Parkmont Elementary 566 943   10 6   A A
  Patterson Elementary 363 836   7 3   A A
  Steven Millard Elementary 366 888   9 10   A A
  Tom Maloney Elementary 315 851   8 5   A A
  Vallejo Mill Elementary 304 813   6 3   A A
  Warm Springs Elementary 773 952   10 5   A A
  Warwick Elementary 565 884   9 5   A A
Middle Schools
  Centerville Junior High 952 837   8 6   A A
  G. M. Walters Junior High 709 783   6 5   5 788
  John M. Horner Junior High 899 890   9 3   A A
  Thornton Junior High 951 868   9 3   A A
  William Hopkins Junior High 1,079 984   10 10   A A
High Schools
  American High 1,455 796   8 2   4 800
  Circle of Independent Learning 190 743   5 3   5 748
  Irvington High 1,474 857   10 3   A A
  John F. Kennedy High 919 723   4 3   5 728
  Mission San Jose High 1,605 953   10 10   A A
  Washington High 1,346 765   6 1   5 770
Small Schools
  Vista Alternative 34 625 *   1 *   9 634
ASAM Schools
  Robertson High (Continuation) 132 540   B B   13 553
 
Hayward Unified 14,917 707   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Bowman Elementary 362 739   2 4   5 744
  Burbank Elementary 527 716   2 4   5 721
  Cherryland Elementary 530 704   1 4   5 709
  East Avenue Elementary 405 770   4 2   5 775
  Eden Gardens Elementary 405 750   3 2   5 755
  Eldridge Elementary 387 776   4 7   5 781
  Fairview Elementary 300 663   1 1   7 670
  Faith Ringgold School of Arts and Scienc 105 752   3 2   5 757
  Glassbrook Elementary 268 701   1 3   5 706
  Harder Elementary 449 692   1 1   5 697
  Longwood Elementary 444 620   1 1   9 629
  Lorin A. Eden Elementary 361 747   3 1   5 752
  Palma Ceia Elementary 384 761   3 3   5 766
  Park Elementary 426 693   1 1   5 698
  Ruus Elementary 472 718   2 1   5 723
  Schafer Park Elementary 381 690   1 2   6 696
  Southgate Elementary 438 785   5 6   5 790
  Stonebrae Elementary 427 795   5 2   5 800
  Strobridge Elementary 358 695   1 1   5 700
  Treeview Elementary 332 747   3 2   5 752
  Tyrrell Elementary 438 737   2 6   5 742
Middle Schools
  Anthony W. Ochoa Middle 654 698   2 3   5 703
  Bret Harte Middle 590 745   4 5   5 750
  Cesar Chavez Middle 561 723   3 6   5 728
  Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle 544 766   5 8   5 771
  Winton Middle 541 688   2 4   6 694
High Schools
  Hayward High 1,121 663   2 4   7 670
  Impact Academy of Arts & Technology 317 718   4   5 723
  Leadership Public Schools - Hayward 315 822   9 10   A A
  Mt. Eden High 1,427 688   3 1   6 694
  Tennyson High 936 649   2 5   8 657
Small Schools
  Golden Oak Montessori of Hayward 70 803 *   6 *   A A
ASAM Schools
  Brenkwitz High 31 570 *   B B   12 582
 
Livermore Valley Joint Unified 9,545 822   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Altamont Creek Elementary 393 841   7 1   A A
  Arroyo Seco Elementary 455 854   8 3   A A
  Emma C. Smith Elementary 469 895   9 3   A A
  Jackson Avenue Elementary 324 852   8 8   A A
  Joe Michell 294 826   7 7   A A
  Junction K-8 183 758   3 7   5 763
  Leo R. Croce Elementary 419 859   8 4   A A
  Marylin Avenue Elementary 255 796   5 10   4 800
  Rancho Las Positas Elementary 352 870   8 4   A A
  Sunset Elementary 443 910   9 6   A A
Middle Schools
  Andrew N. Christensen Middle 614 794   6 2   5 799
  East Avenue Middle 658 803   7 1   A A
  Junction Avenue Middle 489 753   5 3   5 758
  William Mendenhall Middle 819 873   9 2   A A
High Schools
  Granada High 1,636 838   9 4   A A
  Livermore High 1,465 801   8 6   A A
ASAM Schools
  Del Valle Continuation High 24 493 *   B B   15 508
  Phoenix High (Continuation) 19 522 *   B B   14 536
  Vineyard Alternative 93 618 *   B B   9 627
 
Mountain House Elementary 40 743   B B   B B
Small Schools
  Mountain House Elementary 40 743 *   2 *   5 748
 
New Haven Unified 9,352 778   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Alvarado Elementary 561 835   7 9   A A
  Delaine Eastin Elementary 545 911   9 7   A A
  Guy Jr. Emanuele Elementary 521 781   4 5   5 786
  Hillview Crest Elementary 433 794   5 7   5 799
  Pioneer Elementary 543 849   8 5   A A
  Searles Elementary 462 761   3 2   5 766
  Tom Kitayama Elementary 494 828   7 4   A A
Middle Schools
  Alvarado Middle 1,404 830   8 6   A A
  Cesar Chavez Middle 1,379 743   4 2   5 748
High Schools
  James Logan High 2,842 736   5 1   5 741
Small Schools
  Alternative Learning Academy at Conley-C                
  Cabello Student Support Center                
  New Haven Community Day                
ASAM Schools
  Core Learning Academy at Conley-Caraball 45 579 *   B B   11 590
 
Newark Unified 4,932 763   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  August Schilling Elementary 364 743   2 4   5 748
  E. L. Musick Elementary 251 768   4 5   5 773
  H. A. Snow Elementary 288 776   4 3   5 781
  James A. Graham Elementary 333 734   2 1   5 739
  James L. Bunker Elementary 373 862   8 4   A A
  John F. Kennedy Elementary 290 829   7 3   A A
  Lincoln Elementary 276 793   5 2   5 798
  Louis Milani Elementary 253 756   3 2   5 761
Middle Schools
  Newark Junior High 946 792   6 6   5 797
High Schools
  Newark Memorial High 1,427 738   5 3   5 743
Small Schools
  Crossroads High (Alternative) 20 543 *   1 *   13 556
ASAM Schools
  Bridgepoint High (Continuation) 33 524 *   B B   14 538
  New Beginnings Academy                
  Progressive Academy                
 
Oakland Unified 26,483 718   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Achieve Academy 218 789   5 9   5 794
  ACORN Woodland Elementary 151 807   6 2   A A
  Allendale Elementary 279 786   5 5   5 791
  ASCEND 265 781   4 6   5 786
  Aspire Berkley Maynard Academy 322 825   7 10   A A
  Aspire ERES Academy 162 695   1 3   5 700
  Aspire Millsmont Academy 160 757   3 4   5 762
  Aspire Monarch Academy 228 825   7 10   A A
  Bella Vista Elementary 298 848   8 3   A A
  Bridges Academy 240 767   4 1   5 772
  Brookfield Elementary 238 739   2 3   5 744
  Carl B. Munck Elementary 208 821   6 6   A A
  Chabot Elementary 334 941   10 6   A A
  Civicorps Elementary 102 743   2 1   5 748
  Cleveland Elementary 217 911   9 6   A A
  Community United Elementary 176 651   1 1   7 658
  Conservatory of Vocal/Instrumental Arts 133 847   8 10   A A
  Crocker Highlands Elementary 232 922   10 1   A A
  East Oakland Leadership Academy 101 747   3 2   5 752
  East Oakland Pride Elementary 248 627   1 1   9 636
  Education for Change at Cox Elementary 325 729   2 5   5 734
  Emerson Elementary 162 737   2 1   5 742
  EnCompass Academy Elementary 145 742   2 1   5 747
  Esperanza Elementary 205 739   2 1   5 744
  Franklin Elementary 443 816   6 4   A A
  Fred T. Korematsu Discovery Academy 202 685   1 1   6 691
  Fruitvale Elementary 339 739   2 1   5 744
  Futures Elementary 158 711   1 2   5 716
  Garfield Elementary 401 729   2 1   5 734
  Glenview Elementary 235 838   7 3   A A
  Global Family 235 638   1 1   8 646
  Grass Valley Elementary 156 791   5 2   5 796
  Greenleaf Elementary 295 826   7 9   A A
  Hillcrest Elementary 239 964   10 6   A A
  Hoover Elementary 184 703   1 1   5 708
  Horace Mann Elementary 194 797   5 3   3 800
  Howard Elementary 127 763   3 3   5 768
  International Community 155 770   4 2   5 775
  Joaquin Miller Elementary 231 897   9 1   A A
  Kaiser Elementary 157 880   9 1   A A
  La Escuelita Elementary 165 848   8 9   A A
  Lafayette Elementary 183 645   1 1   8 653
  Lakeview Elementary 181 770   4 3   5 775
  Laurel Elementary 282 828   7 4   A A
  Lazear Elementary 186 687   1 1   6 693
  Learning Without Limits 215 728   2 2   5 733
  Lighthouse Community Charter 366 770   4 8   5 775
  Lincoln Elementary 383 953   10 10   A A
  Manzanita Community 161 733   2 1   5 738
  Manzanita SEED 133 842   7 10   A A
  Markham Elementary 247 791   5 8   5 796
  Marshall Elementary 135 737   2 2   5 742
  Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary 133 701   1 3   5 706
  Maxwell Park International Academy 186 691   1 2   5 696
  Montclair Elementary 246 967   10 7   A A
  New Highland Academy 193 735   2 1   5 740
  North Oakland Community Charter 134 899   9 9   A A
  Parker Elementary 123 790   5 6   5 795
  Peralta Elementary 180 910   9 9   A A
  Piedmont Avenue Elementary 219 795   5 7   5 800
  Preparatory Literary Academy of Cultural 113 684   1 1   6 690
  Reach Academy 180 569   1 1   12 581
  Redwood Heights Elementary                
  Reems (Ernestine C.) Academy of Technolo 252 707   1 6   5 712
  Rise Community 170 706   1 1   5 711
  Santa Fe Elementary 171 667   1 1   7 674
  Sequoia Elementary 244 857   8 8   A A
  Sobrante Park Elementary 155 744   3 4   5 749
  Think College Now 190 859   8 10   A A
  Thornhill Elementary 236 956   10 4   A A
  World Academy 220 785   5 8   5 790
Middle Schools
  Alliance Academy 312 702   3 5   5 707
  American Indian Public Charter 180 988   10 10   A A
  American Indian Public Charter School II 173 974   10 10   A A
  Aspire Millsmont Secondary Academy 243 660   1 6   7 667
  Bay Area Technology 141 674   2 2   6 680
  Bret Harte Middle                
  Claremont Middle 362 704   3 5   5 709
  Coliseum College Prep Academy 292 602   1 2   10 612
  Edna Brewer Middle 751 823   8 10   A A
  Elmhurst Community Prep 312 684   2 6   6 690
  Explore Middle 155 578   1 2   11 589
  Frick Middle 383 633   1 4   8 641
  KIPP Bridge Charter 230 863   9 10   A A
  Madison Middle 288 726   4 9   5 731
  Melrose Leadership Academy 168 678   2 2   6 684
  Montera Middle 852 830   8 9   A A
  Oakland Charter Academy 124 953   10 10   A A
  Roosevelt Middle 584 627   1 1   9 636
  ROOTS International Academy 310 593   1 1   10 603
  United for Success Academy 371 606   1 1   10 616
  Urban Promise Academy 282 733   4 7   5 738
  West Oakland Middle 194 616   1 3   9 625
  Westlake Middle 573 689   2 7   6 695
High Schools
  ARISE High 144 483   1 1   16 499
  Aspire Lionel Wilson College Preparatory 400 798   8 10   2 800
  Business and Information Technology High 189 506   1 1   15 521
  College Preparatory and Architecture Aca 199 604   1 3   10 614
  East Oakland School of the Arts 165 533   1 1   13 546
  Expression, Excellence, Community, Empow 125 525   1 1   14 539
  Leadership Preparatory High 177 525   1 1   14 539
  LIFE Academy 182 659   2 7   7 666
  Lighthouse Community Charter High 145 758   6 10   5 763
  LPS College Park 175 617   1 3   9 626
  Mandela High 238 536   1 1   13 549
  Media College Preparatory 200 619   1 5   9 628
  Oakland High 1,177 649   2 4   8 657
  Oakland International High 123 376   1 1   21 397
  Oakland Military Institute, College Prep 436 728   5 6   5 733
  Oakland School for the Arts 433 756   6 1   5 761
  Oakland Technical High 1,154 685   3 3   6 691
  Oakland Unity High 169 699   3 7   5 704
  Skyline High                
  YES, Youth Empowerment 118 521   1 1   14 535
Small Schools
  American Indian Public High 74 976 *   10 *   A A
  Barack Obama Academy 19 502 *   1 *   15 517
  Burckhalter Elementary 86 821 *   6 *   A A
  Business, Entrepreneurial School of Tech 27 471 *   1 *   16 487
  Civicorps Middle 21 694 *   1 *   5 699
  East Oakland Leadership Academy High 37 633 *   1 *   8 641
  Far West 73 562 *   1 *   12 574
  Gateway to College at Laney College                
  Hillside Academy 11 222 *   C C   C C
  Independent Study, Sojourner Truth 56 562 *   1 *   12 574
  MetWest High 84 571 *   1 *   11 582
  Oakland Aviation High 68 501 *   1 *   15 516
  Oakland Charter High 90 961 *   10 *   A A
  Ralph J. Bunche High 54 485 *   1 *   16 501
  Robeson School of Visual and Performing 68 509 *   1 *   15 524
  Rudsdale Continuation 40 430 *   1 *   19 449
  Sankofa Academy 63 717 *   2 *   5 722
  Tilden Elementary 19 788 *   C C   C C
ASAM Schools
  Civicorps Corpsmember Academy                
  Community Day                
  Dewey Academy 65 589 *   B B   11 600
  Oakland Community Day Middle                
  Street Academy (Alternative) 74 523 *   B B   14 537
 
Piedmont City Unified 1,895 926   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Beach Elementary 218 968   10 10   A A
  Havens Elementary 313 937   10 4   A A
  Wildwood Elementary 200 964   10 8   A A
Middle Schools
  Piedmont Middle 575 942   10 8   A A
High Schools
  Piedmont High 547 905   10 8   A A
ASAM Schools
  Millennium High Alternative 37 649 *   B B   8 657
 
Pleasanton Unified 11,329 906   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Alisal Elementary 446 893   9 3   A A
  Donlon Elementary 477 930   10 7   A A
  Fairlands Elementary 487 944   10 4   A A
  Henry P. Mohr Elementary 470 961   10 6   A A
  Lydiksen Elementary 418 898   9 2   A A
  Phoebe Apperson Hearst Elementary 478 951   10 7   A A
  Valley View Elementary 475 902   9 5   A A
  Vintage Hills Elementary 420 934   10 2   A A
  Walnut Grove Elementary 476 925   10 2   A A
Middle Schools
  Harvest Park Middle 1,129 933   10 7   A A
  Pleasanton Middle 1,205 932   10 7   A A
  Thomas S. Hart Middle 1,120 899   10 4   A A
High Schools
  Amador Valley High 1,870 883   10 6   A A
  Foothill High 1,693 888   10 7   A A
ASAM Schools
  Village High 68 527 *   B B   14 541
 
San Leandro Unified 6,337 730   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Garfield Elementary 232 755   3 1   5 760
  Jefferson Elementary 338 753   3 2   5 758
  Madison Elementary 263 866   8 6   A A
  McKinley Elementary 309 779   4 4   5 784
  Monroe Elementary 257 761   3 2   5 766
  Roosevelt Elementary 333 821   6 1   A A
  Washington Elementary 251 721   2 1   5 726
  Wilson Elementary 527 773   4 2   5 778
Middle Schools
  Bancroft Middle 930 701   3 1   5 706
  John Muir Middle 999 722   3 1   5 727
High Schools
  San Leandro High 1,837 703   4 4   5 708
ASAM Schools
  Lincoln High (Continuation) 12 525 *   B B   14 539
 
San Lorenzo Unified 7,851 739   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Bay Elementary 369 808   6 5   A A
  Colonial Acres Elementary 324 718   2 3   5 723
  Corvallis Elementary 368 809   6 4   A A
  Dayton Elementary 317 820   6 4   A A
  Del Rey Elementary 337 752   3 2   5 757
  Grant Elementary 247 829   7 8   A A
  Hesperian Elementary 416 705   1 1   5 710
  Hillside Elementary 249 659   1 1   7 666
  Lorenzo Manor Elementary 386 729   2 1   5 734
Middle Schools
  Bohannon Middle 932 763   5 5   5 768
  Edendale Middle 565 656   1 1   7 663
  KIPP Summit Academy 375 844   8 10   A A
  Washington Manor Middle 808 794   6 6   5 799
High Schools
  Arroyo High 1,291 770   7 6   5 775
  East Bay Arts High 207 631   1 1   8 639
  KIPP King Collegiate High                
  San Lorenzo High 935 667   2 3   7 674
ASAM Schools
  Royal Sunset (Continuation) 25 432 *   B B   18 450
 
Livermore Valley Charter
Elementary Schools
  Livermore Valley Charter 686 900   9 7   A A
 
Sunol Glen Unified 181 909   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Sunol Glen Elementary 181 909   9 8   A A


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"N/A" means a number is not applicable or not available due to missing data.
" * " means this API is calculated for a small school or a small LEA, defined as having between 11 and 99 Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program test scores included in the API. (An LEA is a school district or county office of education.) APIs based on small numbers of students are less reliable and therefore should be carefully interpreted. Similar schools ranks are not calculated for small schools.
"A" means the school scored at or above the statewide performance target of 800 in 2010.
"B" means this is either an LEA or an Alternative Schools Accountability Model (ASAM) school. Schools with an approved ASAM application do not receive statewide or similar schools rankings. Growth, target, and rank information are not applicable to LEAs.
"C" means this is a special education school. Statewide and similar schools ranks are not applicable to special education schools.
"I" means the school has some invalid data, and the California Department of Education cannot calculate a valid similar schools rank for this school.
 
Missing schools - some schools in the county may not appear on this list because APIs were not generated for them. Very small schools (fewer than 11 non-mobile students with STAR Program test scores) and schools that had no STAR Program test results in 2010 will not receive a 2010 Base API report.
 
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