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Santee Schools Fare Well With 2011 API Score Release

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Santee Schools Fare Well With 2011 API Score Release

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State education officials on Wednesday released Academic Performance Index (API) and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) data which is used to measure compliance with the federal No Child Left Behind education standards.

Here's how Santee schools measures up:

(For an overall look at the county and state, .)

Academic Performance Index (API)

  • Measures student performance on math and English tests.
  • Scale 200-1,000; Target is 800.
  • All Santee Sschool District schools met the target, Santana High School did not.
  • All Santee schools scored between 798 and 895.

Santee School District

  • Highest: Sycamore Canyon (895)
  • Lowest: Prospect Avenue School (PRIDE Academy) (823, though it increased 18 points in the year)

    High Schools

    • West Hills: 807
    • Santana: 798

      API Growth

      • Largest increase in 2011

      West Hills High School and Sycamore Canyon Elementary both increased 23 points.

      Santee's high schools increased a combined 41 points this year.

      • Largest decrease in 2011

      Rio Seco Elementary dropped 21 points.

      The Santee School District dropped three points this year.

      This year's results (click the school link to see details for the school):

      Elementary Schools   Cajon Park Elementary860


       


         Carlton Hills Elementary882


       


         Carlton Oaks Elementary862


       


         Chet F. Harritt Elementary853


       


         Hill Creek Elementary824


       


         Pepper Drive Elementary867


       


         Prospect Avenue Elementary823


       


         Rio Seco Elementary865


       


         Sycamore Canyon Elementary895

      High Schools

      West Hills High 807

      Santana High 798

      Click here to see the raw data from the state.

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