San Mateo County 10th graders' exit exam results

Percentage of incoming 11th-graders who passed the exit exam in 10th grade during the 2007-2008 school year, compared to 2006-2007

  English Language Arts   Math
  2008 2007 Change   2008 2007 Change
ALL SAN MATEO COUNTY 10TH GRADERS 84 83 1   84 84 0
         
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT      
District 81 85 -4   80 83 -3
Baden High School (continuation) 24 5 19   30 22 8
El Camino High School 87 93 -6   87 88 -1
South San Francisco High School 78 82 -4   77 81 -4
           
JEFFERSON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT          
District 85 82 3   81 85 -4
Jefferson High School 76 72 4   69 73 -4
Oceana High School 92 87 5   87 86 1
Terra Nova High School 91 90 1   89 94 -5
Thornton High School (continuation) 39 27 12   31 27 4
Westmoor High School 88 86 2   87 90 -3
           
SEQUOIA UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT          
District 81 80 1   84 82 2
Carlmont High School 85 88 -3   87 90 -3
Menlo-Atherton High School 82 76 6   85 81 4
Redwood High School (continuation) * * *   * * *
Sequoia High School 72 69 3   81 79 2
Summit Preparatory Charter School 95 97 -2   93 91 2
Woodside High School 83 82 1   84 78 6
           
SAN MATEO UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT          
District 89 86 3   89 84 5
Aragon High School 90 86 4   88 90 -2
Burlingame High School 94 94 0   94 94 0
Capuchino High School 82 81 1   82 81 1
Hillsdale High School 86 89 -3   88 87 1
Mills High School 95 90 5   95 93 2
Peninsula High School (continuation) * 33 *   * 36 *
San Mateo High School 84 78 6   84 81 3
           
SAN MATEO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION DISTRICT          
District 57 38 19   55 40 15
Juvenile Hall * * *   * * *
Special Education * * *   * * *
       
State 79 76 3   78 77 1
* So few students taking the test, revealing pass/fail rates would compromise individual students' privacy.
Source: California Department of Education      

 

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