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2011 -12 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)


School Report
2012 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Report

California Department of Education
Analysis, Measurement, &
Accountability Reporting Division
6/25/2013

California Department of Education




    2012 AYP and PI Links:
School:  Clayton Valley High (An LEA is a school district, county office of education, or statewide benefit charter.)
LEA:  Mt. Diablo Unified
County:  Contra Costa
CDS Code:  07-61754-0731380
School Type:  High
   
Direct Funded Charter School:  No
 


Made AYP:
  No    
Met 10 of 18 AYP Criteria        


Participation Rate

English-Language Arts
Target 95%
Met all participation rate criteria? Yes
  Mathematics
Target 95%
Met all participation rate criteria? Yes
GROUPS Enrollment
First
Day of
Testing
Number of Students Tested Rate Met 2012 AYP Criteria Alternative Method Enrollment
First
Day of
Testing
Number of Students Tested Rate Met 2012 AYP Criteria Alternative Method
Schoolwide 506 496 98 Yes 506 498 98 Yes
  Black or African American 19 19 100 -- 19 19 100 --
  American Indian or Alaska Native 2 2 100 -- 2 2 100 --
  Asian 44 44 100 -- 44 44 100 --
  Filipino 22 22 100 -- 22 22 100 --
  Hispanic or Latino 134 129 96 Yes 134 129 96 Yes
  Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 3 3 100 -- 3 3 100 --
  White 274 269 98 Yes 274 271 99 Yes
  Two or More Races 8 8 100 -- 8 8 100 --
  Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 114 112 98 Yes 114 113 99 Yes
  English Learners 55 52 95 -- 55 52 95 --
  Students with Disabilities 40 35 88 -- 40 35 88 --

> Percent Proficient - Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)

English-Language Arts
Target  77.8 %
Met all percent proficient rate criteria? No
  Mathematics
Target  77.4 %
Met all percent proficient rate criteria? No
GROUPS Valid Scores Number At or Above Proficient Percent At or Above Proficient Met 2012 AYP Criteria Alternative Method Valid Scores Number At or Above Proficient Percent At or Above Proficient Met 2012 AYP Criteria Alternative Method
Schoolwide 488 336 68.9 Yes SH 490 309 63.1 No
  Black or African American 19 11 57.9 -- 19 10 52.6 --
  American Indian or Alaska Native 2 -- -- -- 2 -- -- --
  Asian 43 23 53.5 -- 43 32 74.4 --
  Filipino 21 13 61.9 -- 21 13 61.9 --
  Hispanic or Latino 126 88 69.8 No 126 71 56.3 No
  Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2 -- -- -- 2 -- -- --
  White 267 192 71.9 No 269 176 65.4 No
  Two or More Races 8 -- -- -- 8 -- -- --
  Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 112 51 45.5 No 113 49 43.4 No
  English Learners 51 10 19.6 -- 51 17 33.3 --
  Students with Disabilities 34 8 23.5 -- 34 9 26.5 --


Academic Performance Index (API) - Additional Indicator for AYP


2011 Base API 2012 Growth API 2011-12 Growth Met 2012 API Criteria Alternative Method
777 772 -5 Yes  

2012 API Criteria for meeting federal AYP: A minimum "2012 Growth API" score of 740 OR "2011-12 Growth" of at least one point.

Graduation Rate Goal: 90 Percent

Met Schoolwide GraduationMet Student Group Graduation RatesMet Overall Graduation Rate Criteria
YesNoNo

Current Year: Graduation Rate Results

Groups2011 Cohort
Graduation
Rate (class
of 2009-10)
2012 Cohort
Graduation
Rate (class
of 2010-11)
2012 Target
Graduation Rate
2012
Graduation Rate
Criteria Met
2013 Target
Graduation Rate
Class of
2011-12)
Exclusion/
Alternative Method
Schoolwide94.37 94.38 90.00 Yes90.00  
Black or African American86.67 94.44  N/AN/AU50
American Indian or Alaska Native100.00 75.00  N/AN/AU50
Asian97.06 97.56  N/AN/AU50
Filipino93.75 100.00  N/AN/AU50
Hispanic or Latino93.90 88.71 90.00 No88.89  
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander100.00 100.00  N/AN/AU50
White94.48 95.06 90.00 Yes90.00  
Two or More Races100.00 -- N/AN/AU50
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged92.68 86.84 90.00 No87.29  
English Learners87.50 73.33  N/AN/AU50
Students with Disabilites88.89 87.80  N/AN/AU50

Graduation Rate Criteria: (1) met or exceeded the goal of 90%, or (2) met the fixed target graduation rate, or (3) met the variable target graduation rate. Fixed and variable target graduation rates are calculated for local educational agencies and schools that have not reached the 90% goal.