The raised its Academic Performance Index score from 922 to 925 — well above the state target score of 800. The California Department of Education released API scores this week.
Only two schools in the district did not meet their API growth targets, and all but one school had a score lower than 800.
In contrast, only 55 percent of elementary schools, 43 percent of middle schools and 28 percent of high schools met or surpassed the state API target of 800.
and schools tied for the highest API scores in the district at 969. However, Baldwin Stocker's score slipped 7 points from 976 last year.
The most improved elementary or middle school award goes to , which raised its API score nearly 20 points from 933 to 952. While Rancho Learning Center, the district's alternative high school, didn't break the magic 800, its scores rose meteorically from 653 to 736.
did not meet its growth target; its scores fell from 890 to 885.
For more information or to check your child's school's API scores, visit the California Department of Education and click on School and District Reports.