San Mateo County test scores

These tables show the percentage of test-takers who scored proficient or above — in Spring 2006, compared to the previous year — on the California Standards Test for sample grades 4, 7 and 10.BAYSHORE ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 42 38 4 51 45 6

Bayshore Elementary School4 38 22 16 46 26 20

District 7 30 56 -26 43 57 -14

Robertson (Garnet J.) Intermediate School 7 30 56 -26 43 57 -14

BELMONT-REDWOOD SHORES ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 79 70 9 72 69 3

Central Elementary School 4 85 74 11 72 71 1

Cipriani Elementary School 4 68 60 8 76 68 8

Fox Elementary School 4 85 74 11 84 76 8

Nesbit Elementary School 4 64 60 4 50 62 -12

Sandpiper Elementary School 4 86 79 7 75 71 4

District 7 68 68 0 69 57 12

Ralston Intermediate School 7 68 69 -1 70 59 11

BRISBANE ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 55 56 -1 47 46 1

Brisbane Elementary School 4 48 58 -10 36 48 -12

Panorama Elementary School 4 62 53 9 59 43 16

District 7 55 56 -1 50 41 9

Lipman Middle School 7 55 56 -1 50 41 9

BURLINGAME ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 80 71 9 82 68 14

Franklin Elementary School 4 87 85 2 92 87 5

Lincoln Elementary School 4 85 78 7 91 73 18

McKinley Elementary School 4 75 59 16 66 60 6

Roosevelt Elementary School 4 80 64 16 81 59 22

Washington Elementary School 4 67 61 6 67 44 23

District 7 73 75 -2 61 54 7

Burlingame Intermediate School 7 73 75 -2 61 54 7

HIGH TECH HIGH BAYSHORE

High Tech High Bayshore 10 39 N/A N/A N/A * N/A

HILLSBOROUGH CITY ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 92 97 -5 91 91 0

North Hillsborough School 4 95 98 -3 89 87 2

South Hillsborough School 4 88 88 0 88 91 -3

West Hillsborough School 4 91 94 -3 9597 -2

District 7 93 96 -3 89 88 0

Crocker Middle School 7 93 96 -3 89 89 0

JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT

District 4 51 47 4 51 51 0

Anthony (Susan B.) Elem. School 4 45 52 -7 42 46 -4

Brown (Margaret P.) Elem. School 4 76 43 33 54 38 16

Edison (Thomas) Elem. School 4 61 44 17 62 48 14

Garden Village Elementary School 4 41 58 -17 33 53 -20

Kennedy (John F.) Elem. School 4 46 42 4 51 54 -3

Roosevelt (Franklin) Elem. School 4 55 60 -5 31 45 -14

Tobias Elementary School 4 63 64 -1 62 60 2

Washington (George) Elem. School 4 33 57 -24 24 58 -34

Webster (Daniel) Elem. School 4 58 57 1 60 58 2

Westlake Elementary School 4 42 38 4 65 60 5

Wilson (Woodrow) Elem. School 4 55 38 17 70 44 26

District 7 42 44 -2 37 33 4

Franklin (Benjamin) Intermediate School 7 42 42 0 40 31 9

Pollicita (Thomas R.) Middle School 7 32 36 -4 26 22 4

Rivera (Fernando) Intermediate School 7 52 56 -4 44 45 -1

JEFFERSON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

District 10 43 39 4 * * *

Jefferson High School 10 26 21 5 * * *

Oceana High School 10 42 45 -3 * * *

Terra Nova High School 10 61 49 12 * * *

Thornton High Continuation School 10 4 5 -1 * * *

Westmoor High School 10 45 44 1 * * *

LAS LOMITAS ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 3 89 92 -3 93 88 5

Las Lomitas Elementary School 3 89 N/A N/A 93

District 7 91 88 3 92 86 6

La Entrada Middle School 7 91 88 3 92 86 6

MENLO PARK CITY ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 83 84 -1 83 78 5

Encinal Elementary School 4 84 81 3 83 78 5

Oak Knoll Elementary School 4 82 86 -4 74 76 -2

District 7 78 78 0 75 76 -1

Hillview Middle School 7 84 79 5 76 76 0

MILLBRAE ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 67 70 -3 75 68 7

Green Hills Elementary School 4 80 73 7 86 73 13

Lomita Park Elementary School 4 45 60 -15 53 63 -10

Meadows Elementary School 4 67 65 2 78 61 17

Spring Valley Elementary School 4 71 81 -10 77 79 -2

District 7 66 71 -5 68 62 6

Taylor Middle School 7 66 71 -5 68 62 6

PACIFICA SCHOOL DISTRICT

District 4 64 64 0 64 57 7

Cabrillo Elementary School 4 76 69 7 80 70 10

Ocean Shore Elementary School 4 71 85 -14 70 76 -6

Ortega Elementary School 4 63 59 4 64 41 23

Sunset Ridge Elementary School 4 49 48 1 46 43 3

Vallemar Elementary School 4 65 72 -7 71 69 2

District 7 69 64 5 58 44 14

Cabrillo Elementary School 7 76 63 13 68 55 13

Ingrid B. Lacy Middle School 7 66 62 4 48 33 15

Ocean Shore Elementary School 7 73 75 -2 69 58 11

Vallemar Elementary School 7 67 63 4 76 74 2

REDWOOD CITY ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 47 45 2 57 54 3

Adelante Spanish Immersion Elementary 4 64 34 30 74 49 25

Clifford Elementary School 4 68 61 7 80 62 18

Cloud (Roy) Elementary School 4 79 67 12 81 68 13

Fair Oaks Elementary School 4 35 15 20 40 26 14

Ford (Henry) Elementary School 4 44 39 5 52 56 -4

Gill (John) Elementary School 4 49 60 -11 66 63 3

Hawes Elementary School 4 32 33 -1 49 36 13

Hoover Elementary School 4 24 23 1 36 48 -12

North Star Academy 4 96 96 0 97 96 1

Orion Alternative School 4 75 65 10 75 52 23

Roosevelt Elementary School 4 22 46 -24 34 58 -24

Selby Lane Elementary School 4 28 38 -10 52 60 -8

Taft Elementary School 4 29 27 2 41 32 9

District 7 52 50 2 48 46 2

Adelante Spanish Immersion Elementary 7 59 51 8 41 44 -3

Clifford Elementary School 7 68 73 -5 53 58 -5

Cloud (Roy) Elementary School 7 80 84 -4 74 89 -15

Hoover Elementary School 7 28 30 -2 41 30 11

Kennedy (John F.) Middle School 7 45 44 1 45 42 3

McKinley Institute of Technology School 7 45 29 16 35 21 14

North Star Academy 7 96 95 1 93 98 -5

Selby Lane Elementary School 7 44 23 21 35 19 16

SAN BRUNO PARK ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 62 59 3 70 61 9

Allen (Decima M.) Elem. School 4 51 56 -5 67 49 18

Belle Air Elementary School 4 52 51 1 69 64 5

Crestmoor Elementary School 4 85 84 1 87 80 7

El Crystal Elementary School 4 78 53 25 81 47 34

John Muir Elementary School 4 67 64 3 67 69 -2

Portola Elementary School 4 60 68 -8 67 76 -9

Rollingwood Elementary School 4 51 53 -2 59 58 1

District 7 44 48 -4 42 38 4

Parkside Intermediate School 7 44 48 -4 42 38 4

SAN CARLOS ELEMENTARY DISTRICT

District 4 79 82 -3 74 70 4

Arundel Elementary School 4 80 77 3 80 77 3

Brittan Acres Elementary School 4 78 78 0 63 62 1

Charter Learning Center 4 90 80 10 78 50 28

Heather Elementary School 4 66 80 -14 68 69 -1

White Oaks Elementary School 4 87 90 -3 84 89 -5

District 4 76 78 -2 69 72 -3

Central Middle School 7 70 76 -6 56 68 -12

Charter Learning Center 7 78 80 -2 68 66 2

Tierra Linda Middle School 7 81 79 2 83 76 7

SAN MATEO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION DISTRICT

District 4 44 0 44 14 0 14

Special Education School 4 44 0 44 14 0 14

District 7 16 6 10 12 3 9

Special Education School 7 25 7 18 15 4 11

SAN MATEO UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

District 10 55 55 0 * * N/A

Aragon High School 10 62 63 -1 * * N/A

Burlingame High School 10 62 61 1 * * N/A

Capuchino High School 10 38 38 0 * * N/A

Hillsdale High School 10 44 48 -4 * * N/A

Mills High School 10 67 69 -2 * * N/A

Peninsula Continuation School 10 8 10 -2 * * N/A

San Mateo High School 10 51 50 1 * * N/A

SAN MATEO-FOSTER CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

District 4 64 64 0 66 62 4

Audubon Elementary School 4 73 80 -7 67 69 -2

Baywood Elementary School 4 87 85 2 88 76 12

Beresford Elementary School 4 28 33 -5 58 45 13

Brewer Island Elementary School 4 86 94 -8 91 89 2

College Park Elementary School 4 39 N/A N/A 55 N/A N/A

Fiesta Gardens International Elem. School 4 60 66 -6 65 57 8

Foster City Elementary School 4 79 81 -2 81 81 0

George Hall Elementary School 4 45 45 0 53 46 7

Highlands Elementary School 4 83 81 2 88 78 10

Horrall (Albion H.) Elem. School 4 37 41 -4 39 55 -16

Laurel Elementary School 4 61 74 -13 58 66-8

Meadow Heights Elementary School 4 73 77 -4 64 93 -29

North Shoreview Elementary School 4 26 40 -14 43 27 16

Park Elementary School 4 56 44 12 56 49 7

Parkside Elementary School 4 59 56 3 51 41 10

Sunnybrae Elementary School 4 51 41 10 43 39 4

District 7 58 53 5 47 42 5

Abbott Middle School 7 51 53 -2 36 33 3

Bayside Middle School 7 40 30 10 35 26 9

Borel Middle School 7 59 54 5 50 42 8

Bowditch Middle School 7 74 71 3 63 61 2

SEQUOIA UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

District 10 48 48 0 * * N/A

Carlmont High School 10 58 58 0 * * N/A

Menlo-Atherton High School 10 55 52 3 * * N/A

Redwood High Continuation School 10 0 0 0 * * N/A

Sequoia High School 10 39 35 4 * * N/A

Woodside High School 10 42 47 -5 * * N/A

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

District 4 52 48 4 54 51 3

Buri Buri Elementary School 4 63 66 -3 67 63 4

Junipero Serra Elementary School 4 46 57 -11 55 49 6

Los Cerritos Elementary School 4 47 50 -3 45 48 -3

Martin Elementary School 4 42 31 11 48 49 -1

Monte Verde Elementary School 4 64 60 4 62 59 3

Ponderosa Elementary School 4 72 59 13 68 56 12

Skyline Elementary School 4 51 55 -4 50 50 0

Spruce Elementary School 4 37 32 5 47 50 -3

Sunshine Gardens Elementary School 4 41 44 -3 33 38 -5

District 7 47 45 2 43 36 7

Alta Loma Middle School 7 47 48 -1 44 35 9

Parkway Heights Middle School 7 39 36 3 30 23 7

Westborough Middle School 7 53 49 4 52 52 0

District 10 41 40 1 * * N/A

Baden High Continuation School 10 0 5 -5 * * N/A

El Camino High School 10 44 47 -3 * * N/A

South San Francisco High School 10 39 35 4 * * N/A

* No cumulative percentage available since high school students take different math tests — integrated math, algebra, geometry, etc. — according to their skill level. Source: California Department of EducationBay Area NewsLocal

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