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REPORT CARD / CALIFORNIA'S STANDARDIZED TESTS

Riverside County Grade 10

August 16, 2003

L.A. County and Inland Empire Report Card

In California, about 4.5 million public school students in grades 2 through 11 took tests last spring tied to the state's academic standards in English/language arts, math, science and history/social science.

For the first time, students also took the California Achievement Test/Sixth Edition, known as the CAT/6. That compared students against a national sample in reading, language skills, math, spelling and science.

In addition, schools had to meet new criteria, including test score targets, for "adequate yearly progress" under the federal No Child Left Behind education law. For example, in many schools, 12% of students had to be proficient in English/language arts and 12.8% proficient in math. Proficiency means students have a strong mastery of their grade-level's material. Schools that repeatedly miss targets may face corrective actions, especially those that receive Title I federal aid for educating low-income students.

Readers who want to know how a school in Los Angeles County and some parts of the Inland Empire is doing can use this listing of scores as a gauge. These are results for individual grades, not the entire school.

Results for all grades, schools and districts are available on the Internet at http://star.cde.ca.gov

*--* English Math CAT/6 School name...English '03 Chg '03 Chg Read Math California Statewide...33 0 17 -4 49 52 Riverside County County...30 0 10 -2 46 48 Alvord Unified DISTRICT...23 -1 11 -2 44 46 Alvord Continuation High(1)...9 -2 - - 34 18 La Sierra High(1)...27 0 15 -5 49 51 Norte Vista High(1)...19 -4 7 0 39 43 Coachella Valley Unified DISTRICT...10 1 7 3 25 30 Altenative Education center(1)...0 0 - - 2 4 Coachella Valley High(1)...12 2 6 1 27 33 La Familia Continuation High(1)...3 -3 - - 6 9 West Shores High(1)...14 4 - - 24 16 Corona-Norco Unified DISTRICT...35 -1 11 4 49 54 Buena Vista High(1)...- - - - - - Centennial High(1)...37 -1 8 2 47 55 Corona Senior High(1)...32 -1 11 5 49 52 Corona Vista High...- - - - - - Corona-Norco Alternative(1)...- - - - - - Norco High(1)...36 0 12 2 52 54 Phoenix High School(1)...0 0 - - 0 3 Santiago High...36 -4 12 3 50 57 Moreno Valley Unified DISTRICT...22 -3 8 0 39 40 Bayside Community Day(1)...5 - - - 11 11 Canyon Springs High(1)...27 -4 12 3 40 47 March Mountain High(1)...4 -4 - - 11 11 March Valley(1)...22 13 - - 39 22 Moreno Valley Comm. Learning - - - 23 36 Ctr.(1)...14 Moreno Valley High(3)...12 -4 5 -9 34 37 Valley View High(1)...35 6 9 2 51 45 Vista del Lago High(1)...18 - 5 - 41 39 Murrieta Valley Unified DISTRICT...46 1 17 6 66 68 Creekside High(1)...0 -9 - - 0 0 Murrieta Valley High(1)...47 1 17 6 68 70 Palm Springs Unified DISTRICT...23 -5 7 -2 40 44 Cathedral City High(1)...26 -4 7 -6 43 45 Desert Hot Springs High(1)...20 0 4 - 40 44 Las Brisas High(1)...- - - - - - Mount San Jacinto High(1)...3 1 - - 10 13 Palm Springs High(1)...27 -7 10 4 42 51 Ramon Academy(1)...- - - - - - Riverside Unified DISTRICT...35 3 7 -1 47 48 Arlington High...25 -3 4 -2 38 38 Creative Options for Positive - - - - - Education...- King High...55 7 7 -2 71 67 Lincoln Continuation(1)...4 1 - - 18 2 North High...37 7 3 0 47 50 Polytechnic High(1)...34 -2 6 -5 43 47 Raincross High(1)...7 -4 - - 14 8 Ramona High...31 8 14 5 45 51 Riverside Unified Independent -16 - - 38 23 Study(1)...15 Temecula Valley Unified DISTRICT...52 0 16 -5 65 69 Chaparral High(1)...53 -4 15 -1 70 75 Rancho Vista High(1)...13 13 - - 26 9 Temecula Preparatory...73 - - - 93 88 Temecula Valley High(1)...52 0 15 -9 63 69 Temecula Vly Un. Ind. Study -16 - - 43 38 High(1)...34

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