2005 Academic Performance Index (API) Growth Report for Marin County Schools

 

How to read this chart:

API Base: Index of test scores from 200-1,000

Statewide Rank: Rankings are categorized into a 1-10 scale that translates into percentiles. For example, a statewide rank of “9” ranks the school in the 90th percentile.

Similar Schools Rank: This ranking compares schools of the same socio-economic level. Schools were split into groups of 100 based on a set of criteria including family income level, number of students receiving free lunches, student ethnicity and average class size. Schools were then ranked within the group in the same 1-10 scale used for the statewide rank.

For futher explanation, click on the links below to access the California Department of Education website.

Ranks
Targets
Number of Students Included in the 2005 API 2005 API Base 2005 Statewide Rank 2005 Similar Schools Rank 2005-06 Growth Target 2006API TARGET






Bolinas-Stinson Union 91 817 B B B B
Small Schools
  Bolinas Elementary 91 817 * 8 * N/A A A
Dixie School District 1,390 878 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Dixie Elementary 242 905 10 6 A A
  Silveira (Mary E.) Elementary 236 846 9 1 A A
  Vallecito Elementary 259 912 10 7 A A
Middle Schools
  Miller Creek Middle 648 868 10 4 A A
Kentfield School District 746 921 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Bacich (Anthony G.) Elementary 287 947 10 10 A A
Middle Schools
  Kent (Adaline E.) Middle 459 906 10 10 A A
Laguna Joint School District 14 828 B B B B
Small Schools
  Laguna Elementary 14 828 * 8 * N/A A A
Lagunitas School District 160 771 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Lagunitas Elementary 154 774 6 3 1 775
Small Schools
  San Geronimo Valley Elementary
Larkspur School District 752 893 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Neil Cummins Elementary 424 888 10 5 A A
Middle Schools
  Hall Middle 328 901 10 8 A A
Lincoln School District
Small Schools
  Lincoln Elementary
Marin Co. Office of Education 142 642 B B B B
High Schools
  Special Education 105 712 C C 4 716
ASAM Schools
  Juvenile Hall/Community 28 480 * B B B B
  Phoenix Academy
Mill Valley School District 1,675 911 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Maguire (Edna) Elementary 213 941 10 10 A A
  Old Mill Elementary 204 918 10 8 A A
  Park Elementary 206 901 10 7 A A
  Strawberry Point 140 921 10 10 A A
  Tamalpais Valley Elementary 207 932 10 10 A A
Middle Schools
  Mill Valley Middle 703 895 10 8 A A
Nicasio School District 53 890 B B B B
Small Schools
  Nicasio Elementary 53 890 * 10 * N/A A A
Novato Unified 5,311 821 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Hamilton Meadow Park Elementary 213 772 6 3 1 773
  Loma Verde Elementary 200 820 8 9 A A
  Lu Sutton Elementary 240 801 7 5 A A
  Lynwood Elementary 263 811 8 4 A A
  Novato Charter (Elem) 160 862 9 4 A A
  Olive Elementary 224 798 7 5 1 799
  Pleasant Valley Elementary 249 914 10 9 A A
  Rancho Elementary 316 947 10 10 A A
  San Ramon Elementary 300 841 9 4 A A
Middle Schools
  Hill Middle 477 823 9 10 A A
  San Jose Middle 486 807 9 4 A A
  Sinaloa Middle 683 874 10 8 A A
High Schools
  Marin School of Arts and Technolog 156 802 9 10 A A
  Novato High 731 758 8 8 2 760
  San Marin High 664 802 9 9 A A
Small Schools
  Nova Education Center (Indep. St.) 50 649 * 3 * N/A 8 657
ASAM Schools
  Marin Oaks High School 16 629 * B B B B
Reed Union School District 786 922 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Bel Aire Elementary 341 924 10 7 A A
  Reed Elementary 104 945 10 7 A A
Middle Schools
  Del Mar Intermediate 341 914 10 9 A A
Ross School District 298 945 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Ross Elementary 298 945 10 10 A A
Ross Valley School District 1,329 890 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Brookside Elementary 347 923 10 10 A A
  Manor Elementary 196 844 9 10 A A
  Wade Thomas Elementary 199 920 10 10 A A
Middle Schools
  White Hill Middle 585 876 10 10 A A
San Rafael City Schools 2,558 758 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Bahia Vista Elementary 247 696 3 10 5 701
  Coleman Elementary 168 775 7 6 1 776
  Gallinas Elementary 440 751 6 5 2 753
  Glenwood Elementary 234 911 10 7 A A
  San Pedro Elementary 230 656 2 8 7 663
  Sun Valley Elementary 249 883 10 9 A A
Middle Schools
  James B. Davidson Middle 896 735 6 2 3 738
Small Schools
  Laurel Dell Elementary 81 722 * 4 * N/A 4 726
San Rafael City High 1,486 720 B B B B
High Schools
  San Rafael High 717 683 5 1 6 689
  Terra Linda High 733 766 9 1 2 768
ASAM Schools
  Madrone High (Cont.) 16 506 * B B B B
Sausalito Marin City School Di 169 692 B B B B
Small Schools
  Bayside 69 723 * 4 * N/A 4 727
  King (Martin Luther, Jr.) Academy 43 629 * 2 * N/A 9 638
  Willow Creek Academy 56 709 * 4 * N/A 5 714
Shoreline Unified 492 755 B B B B
Elementary Schools
  Tomales Elementary 177 791 7 10 1 792
  West Marin Elementary 132 783 7 6 1 784
High Schools
  Tomales High 157 697 6 8 5 702
Small Schools
  Bodega Bay Elementary 22 796 * 7 * N/A 1 797
  Inverness Elementary
  Shoreline Independent Study
ASAM Schools
  Shoreline Continuation High
Tamalpais Union High 2,787 821 B B B B
High Schools
  Redwood High 1,068 858 10 9 A A
  Sir Francis Drake High 767 813 10 10 A A
  Tamalpais High 798 807 10 10 A A
Small Schools
  Tamiscal High (Alter.) 68 794 * 9 * N/A 1 795
ASAM Schools
  San Andreas High (Continuation) 49 620 * B B B B
Union Joint School District
Small Schools
  Union Elementary

“N/A” means a number is not applicable or not available due to missing data.
“N/R” means required enrollment data are not reported.
” *” means this API is calculated for a small school, defined as having between 11 and 99 Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program test scores included in the API. APIs based on small numbers of students are less reliable and therefore should be carefully interpreted. Similar schools ranks are not calculated for small schools.
“A” means the school scored at or above the statewide performance target of 800 in 2005.
“B” means this is either an LEA or an Alternative Schools Accountability Model (ASAM) school. Schools participating in the ASAM do not currently receive growth, target information, or statewide or similar schools rankings on this report in recognition of their markedly different educational missions and populations served. ASAM schools are covered under the Alternative Accountability system as required by Education Code Section 52052 and not the API accountability system. However, API information is needed to comply with the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law. Growth, target, and rank information are not applicable to school districts.
“C” means this is a special education school. Statewide and similar schools ranks are not applicable to special education schools.
“I” means the school has some invalid data, and the California Department of Education (CDE) cannot calculate a valid similar schools rank for this school.
Missing schools – some schools in the county may not appear on this list because APIs were not generated for them. Very small schools (fewer than 11 non-mobile students with STAR Program test scores) and schools that had no STAR Program test results in 2005 will not receive a 2005 API Base report.

Source: California Department of Education. View this report on their website here.