San Francisco 10th graders' exit exam results

Percentage of this year's incoming 11th-grade students who passed the exit exam as sophomores during the 2007-08 school year, compared with the percentage of incoming seniors who passed the exam as sophomores during the 2006-07 school year.

 

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  Mathematics   English-Language Arts  
  2008 2007 Change   2008 2007 Change  
Abraham Lincoln High School 89 89 0   80 79 1  
Balboa High School 80 73 7   80 68 12  
Philip & Sala Burton High School 74 72 2   72 68 4  
City Arts & Technology Charter High School 62 76 -14   87 83 4  
Downtown High School 27 31 -4   40 24 16  
Five Keys Charter High School 28 * *   61 * *  
Galileo High School 91 91 0   79 -1  
Gateway Charter High School 89 92 -3   84 91 -7  
George Washington High School 90 91 -1   87 82 5  
Independence High School 40 35 5   83 63 20  
International Studies High School 48 52 -4   53 46 7  
June Jordan Small School for Equity 59 47 12   64 53 11  
Leadership Charter High School 76 71 5   79 81 -2  
Life Learning Charter High School 41 47 -6   73 71 2  
Lowell High School 99 99 0   99 99 0  
Thurgood Marshall High School 68 69 -1   59 58 1  
Metropolitan Arts and Technology High School 66 80 -14   76 84 -8  
Mission High School 50 65 -15   45 48 -3  
Newcomer High School 78 58 20   2 0 2  
John O'Connell High School 51 53 -2   53 52 1  
Raoul Wallenberg High School 74 80 -6   72 79 -7  
School of the Arts High School 80 87 -7   87 87 0  
Ida B. Wells Alternative High School 56 49 7   63 56 7  
         
District 80 81 -1   77 75 2  
State 78 76 2   79 77 2  
         
* So few students took the test, revealing pass/fail rates would compromise individual students' privacy
         
Source: California Department of Education        

 

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