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2011 - 12 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)


County List of Schools
2011 Base
Academic Performance Index (API) Report

California Department of Education
Analysis, Measurement, &
Accountability Reporting Division
6/14/2012

California Department of Education




 
County:  SAN MATEO
County Code:  41
 
  Ranks   Targets
Number of Students Included in the 2011 API 2011 Base API   2011 Statewide Rank 2011 Similar Schools Rank   2011 -12 Growth Target 2011 API Target


 

 

 
Bayshore Elementary 298 724   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Bayshore Elementary 118 727   2 2   5 732
Middle Schools
  Garnet J. Robertson Intermediate 180 722   3 3   5 727
Small Schools
  Kaplan Academy of California-San Francis 52 632 *   1 *   8 640
 
Belmont-Redwood Shores Element 2,285 910   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Central Elementary 274 939   10 5   A A
  Cipriani Elementary 238 899   9 2   A A
  Fox Elementary 241 912   9 3   A A
  Nesbit Elementary 177 843   7 7   A A
  Redwood Shores Elementary 139 940   10 5   A A
  Sandpiper Elementary 317 935   10 3   A A
Middle Schools
  Ralston Intermediate 888 904   10 5   A A
 
Brisbane Elementary 422 839   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Brisbane Elementary 143 853   7 1   A A
Middle Schools
  Lipman Middle 184 848   8 8   A A
Small Schools
  Panorama Elementary 92 810 *   6 *   A A
 
Burlingame Elementary 2,039 899   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Franklin Elementary 362 960   10 9   A A
  Lincoln Elementary 263 938   10 6   A A
  McKinley Elementary 205 848   7 2   A A
  Roosevelt Elementary 202 884   9 5   A A
  Washington Elementary 181 909   9 10   A A
Middle Schools
  Burlingame Intermediate 821 878   9 3   A A
 
Cabrillo Unified 2,447 797   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Alvin S. Hatch Elementary 368 796   5 2   4 800
  El Granada Elementary 315 793   5 6   5 798
  Farallone View Elementary 264 814   6 2   A A
Middle Schools
  Manuel F. Cunha Intermediate 758 808   7 3   A A
High Schools
  Half Moon Bay High 663 781   7 6   5 786
Small Schools
  Kings Mountain Elementary 52 927 *   10 *   A A
ASAM Schools
  Pilarcitos Alternative High (Continuatio                
 
Hillsborough City Elementary 1,209 969   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  North Hillsborough 256 986   10 10   A A
  South Hillsborough 200 970   10 10   A A
  West Hillsborough 255 973   10 9   A A
Middle Schools
  Crocker Middle 491 963   10 9   A A
 
Jefferson Elementary 4,428 796   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  California Virtual Academy @ San Mateo 648 756   3 8   5 761
  Daniel Webster Elementary 316 829   6 5   A A
  Franklin Delano Roosevelt Elementary 222 771   3 2   5 776
  Garden Village Elementary 248 787   4 5   5 792
  George Washington Elementary 216 785   4 3   5 790
  John F. Kennedy Elementary 308 810   6 6   A A
  Margaret Pauline Brown Elementary 236 824   6 8   A A
  Marjorie H. Tobias Elementary 227 896   9 7   A A
  Susan B. Anthony Elementary 303 802   5 7   A A
  Thomas Edison Elementary 308 811   6 2   A A
  Westlake Elementary 253 829   6 9   A A
  Woodrow Wilson Elementary 216 753   3 2   5 758
Middle Schools
  Benjamin Franklin Intermediate 452 754   4 3   5 759
  Fernando Rivera Intermediate 463 824   7 4   A A
  Thomas R. Pollicita Middle 626 754   4 4   5 759
 
Jefferson Union High 3,491 759   B B   B B
High Schools
  Jefferson High 844 672   2 1   6 678
  Oceana High 404 792   7 3   5 797
  Terra Nova High 909 800   8 3   A A
  Westmoor High 1,231 798   8 2   2 800
ASAM Schools
  Thornton High 48 499 *   B B   15 514
 
La Honda-Pescadero Unified 256 745   B B   B B
Small Schools
  La Honda Elementary 95 738 *   2 *   5 743
  Pescadero Elementary and Middle 49 739 *   2 *   5 744
  Pescadero High 70 769 *   6 *   5 774
 
Las Lomitas Elementary 963 965   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Las Lomitas Elementary 281 955   10 10   A A
Middle Schools
  La Entrada Middle 671 971   10 9   A A
 
Menlo Park City Elementary 1,908 934   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Encinal Elementary 537 938   10 5   A A
  Laurel Elementary 197 913   9 2   A A
  Oak Knoll Elementary 480 943   10 6   A A
Middle Schools
  Hillview Middle 688 934   10 8   A A
 
Millbrae Elementary 1,702 885   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Green Hills Elementary 212 875   8 7   A A
  Lomita Park Elementary 179 866   8 10   A A
  Meadows Elementary 244 892   9 1   A A
  Spring Valley Elementary 249 882   9 2   A A
Middle Schools
  Taylor Middle 811 892   9 9   A A
 
Pacifica 2,399 844   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Cabrillo Elementary 441 896   9 3   A A
  Ocean Shore Elementary 286 846   7 1   A A
  Ortega Elementary 312 838   7 1   A A
  Sunset Ridge Elementary 349 829   6 5   A A
  Vallemar Elementary 423 875   8 3   A A
Middle Schools
  Ingrid B. Lacy Middle                
Small Schools
  Linda Mar Educational Center                
 
Portola Valley Elementary 557 941   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Ormondale Elementary 175 931   10 7   A A
Middle Schools
  Corte Madera 380 946   10 8   A A
 
Ravenswood City Elementary 2,586 714   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Aspire East Palo Alto Charter 341 866   8 10   A A
  Belle Haven Elementary 406 693   1 4   5 698
  Costano Elementary 359 759   3 9   5 764
  Edison-Brentwood Elementary 311 817   6 10   A A
  Green Oaks Academy 349 643   1 1   8 651
  James Flood Elementary 169 715   1 5   5 720
  Willow Oaks Elementary 425 754   3 7   5 759
Middle Schools
  Cesar Chavez Elementary 248 697   2 7   5 702
  Ronald McNair Academy 301 631   1 3   8 639
High Schools
  Stanford New 179 605   1 4   10 615
 
Redwood City Elementary 6,644 765   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Adelante Spanish Immersion 335 813   6 5   A A
  Clifford Elementary 559 802   5 5   A A
  Fair Oaks Elementary 303 725   2 1   5 730
  Garfield Elementary 473 657   1 1   7 664
  Hawes Elementary 237 693   1 2   5 698
  Henry Ford Elementary 269 809   5 8   A A
  Hoover Elementary 634 728   2 2   5 733
  John Gill Elementary 250 755   3 1   5 760
  North Star Academy 537 992   10 10   A A
  Orion Alternative 105 847   7 3   A A
  Roosevelt Elementary 242 725   2 3   5 730
  Roy Cloud Elementary 606 876   8 8   A A
  Selby Lane Elementary 520 704   1 2   5 709
  Taft Elementary 353 774   4 6   5 779
Middle Schools
  John F. Kennedy Middle 795 672   1 1   6 678
  McKinley Institute of Technology 374 720   3 5   5 725
 
San Bruno Park Elementary 1,926 812   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Allen (Decima M.) Elementary 240 819   6 10   A A
  Belle Air Elementary 296 762   3 8   5 767
  Crestmoor Elementary 148 875   8 7   A A
  El Crystal Elementary 174 856   8 8   A A
  John Muir Elementary 239 873   8 6   A A
  Portola Elementary 171 902   9 9   A A
  Rollingwood Elementary 165 793   5 4   5 798
Middle Schools
  Parkside Intermediate 467 765   5 5   5 770
 
San Carlos Elementary 2,155 903   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Arundel Elementary 247 946   10 9   A A
  Brittan Acres Elementary 259 870   8 1   A A
  Heather Elementary 197 917   9 6   A A
  San Carlos Charter Learning Center 224 918   10 4   A A
  White Oaks Elementary 221 932   10 3   A A
Middle Schools
  Central Middle 622 872   9 2   A A
  Tierra Linda Middle 595 922   10 8   A A
 
San Mateo County Office of Edu 143 506   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  San Mateo County Special Education 156 729   C C   C C
ASAM Schools
  Camp Glenwood                
  Canyon Oaks Youth Center                
  Central Community                
  Gateway Center 14 440 *   B B   18 458
  Hillcrest at Youth Services Center                
  Margaret Kemp Girls Camp                
  North Community                
  South Community                
 
San Mateo Union High 6,009 813   B B   B B
High Schools
  Aragon High 1,145 839   9 2   A A
  Burlingame High 961 861   9 4   A A
  Capuchino High 811 748   5 5   5 753
  Hillsdale High 976 796   8 2   4 800
  Mills High 995 863   10 5   A A
  San Mateo High 981 782   7 3   5 787
ASAM Schools
  Peninsula High (Continuation) 74 587 *   B B   11 598
 
San Mateo-Foster City 7,780 840   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Albion H. Horrall Elementary 286 729   2 2   5 734
  Audubon Elementary 402 900   9 1   A A
  Baywood Elementary 358 932   10 4   A A
  Beresford Elementary 149 829   6 3   A A
  Brewer Island Elementary 423 951   10 3   A A
  College Park Elementary 181 825   6 1   A A
  Fiesta Gardens International Elementary 285 753   3 1   5 758
  Foster City Elementary 492 936   10 1   A A
  George Hall Elementary 246 834   7 6   A A
  Highlands Elementary 323 873   8 1   A A
  Laurel Elementary 267 858   8 5   A A
  Meadow Heights Elementary 213 859   8 3   A A
  North Shoreview Elementary 250 865   8 7   A A
  Park Elementary 290 747   2 1   5 752
  Parkside Elementary 254 786   4 5   5 791
  Sunnybrae Elementary 309 788   4 3   5 793
Middle Schools
  Abbott Middle 740 783   6 2   5 788
  Borel Middle 879 829   7 5   A A
  Bowditch Middle 911 909   10 3   A A
  THE Bayside S.T.E.M. ACADEMY 485 719   3 5   5 724
 
Everest Public High 191 829   9 10   A A
 
Sequoia Union High 5,650 786   B B   B B
High Schools
  Carlmont High 1,451 857   9 10   A A
  Menlo-Atherton High 1,432 794   8 9   5 799
  Sequoia High 1,382 766   6 8   5 771
  Summit Preparatory Charter High 309 853   9 9   A A
  Woodside High 1,206 743   5 7   5 748
Small Schools
  Aspire East Palo Alto Phoenix Academy 73 771 *   6 *   5 776
ASAM Schools
  Redwood High 73 484 *   B B   16 500
 
South San Francisco Unified 6,767 818   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Buri Buri Elementary 395 887   9 9   A A
  Junipero Serra Elementary 236 867   8 8   A A
  Los Cerritos Elementary 206 821   6 10   A A
  Martin Elementary 245 832   7 10   A A
  Monte Verde Elementary 349 892   9 5   A A
  Ponderosa Elementary 286 871   8 8   A A
  Skyline Elementary 280 859   8 6   A A
  Spruce Elementary 389 819   6 9   A A
  Sunshine Gardens Elementary 254 843   7 8   A A
Middle Schools
  Alta Loma Middle 721 828   7 5   A A
  Parkway Heights Middle 492 763   5 6   5 768
  Westborough Middle 671 841   8 4   A A
High Schools
  El Camino High 1,080 799   8 8   1 800
  South San Francisco High 1,066 785   7 8   5 790
ASAM Schools
  Baden High (Continuation) 28 531 *   B B   13 544
 
Woodside Elementary 346 968   B B   B B
Elementary Schools
  Woodside Elementary 346 968   10 10   A A


Click on column header to view notes.
"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, county office of education, or statewide benefit charter.) 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 2011.
"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 2011 will not receive a 2011 Base API report.
 
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