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A High School Report Card

January 20, 1985

The state's review of 11 public high schools on the Westside

TEST RESULTS COURSE SAT SAT Advanced High School Verbal Math Placement Math English Science State Avg 421 476 9.5 67 73 33 BEVERLY HILLS UNIFIED DISTRICT Beverly Hills 448 519 49.8 82 90 49 CULVER CITY UNIFIED DISTRICT Culver 425 474 16.7 76 93 28 LOS ANGELES UNIFIED DISTRICT Fairfax 393 478 16.8 59 55 26 Hamilton 412 456 7.1 50 38 29 Hollywood 329 440 3.6 40 33 14 L. A. C.E.S. 438 460 20.4 86 96 52 Palisades 436 480 25.8 64 61 35 University 426 503 28.5 73 86 39 Venice 426 482 24.5 75 80 38 SANTA MONICA UNIFIED DISTRICT Santa Monica 452 513 13.1 69 85 40 SM Malibu Alt. 412 476 0.0 17 0 33 ENROLLMENTS History/ Social Foreign Fine High School Science Language Arts State Avg 52 22 65 BEVERLY HILLS UNIFIED DISTRICT Beverly Hills 25 65 80 CULVER CITY UNIFIED DISTRICT Culver 88 18 76 LOS ANGELES UNIFIED DISTRICT Fairfax 22 28 67 Hamilton 11 23 88 Hollywood 10 17 88 L. A. C.E.S. 13 51 90 Palisades 12 25 93 University 14 33 93 Venice 20 23 85 SANTA MONICA UNIFIED DISTRICT Santa Monica 17 44 72 SM Malibu Alt. 0 18 100

SAT VERBAL: Average score among students taking the Scholastic Achievement Test college entrance examination. Results range from 200 to 800. SAT MATH: Average score among students taking the Scholastic Achievement Test college entrance examination. Results range from 200 to 800. ADVANCED PLACEMENT: Percentage of students who passed Advanced Placement examinations this year with a score of 3 or above. COURSE ENROLLMENTS: Percentage of students enrolled in classes in particular subject areas: math for three years, English for four years, science for three years, social science for four years, foreign language for three years, fine arts for one year.

The chart, presents selected data from "performance reports" issued on 11 public high schools in the Westside by the state Department of Education. Since this is the first such "report card" on schools, the figures represent baseline information for comparison in following years. Similar data on other schools in the Los Angeles Unified District may be found in today's Metro section.

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