• Quick Facts

     

    Student Body Facts

    - Total students:      1,024 
     
    - Percent of Juniors and Seniors taking AP/Allan Hancock College courses:       45%
     
    - Percent of Students in ROP Career Technical Classes Before Graduation:      92%
     
    - Scholarship offers to the Class of 2012:      $2.28 Million
     
    - Percent of Students in Athletics:      75%
     
    - Percent of English Language Learners:      8.5%
     
    - Percent of Title I students:      38%

     

    Academics

    - District 2010 Academic Performance Index (API) score:      836
    - Percent of Students Passing the CA High School Exit Exam on First Attempt:
    - Math:          95%
    - English:      96%
     
    - Number of elective courses offered:             167
     
    - Number of ROP courses offered:                  29
     
    - Number of AP and Allan Hancock courses offered (all eligible for college credit): 27
     
    - Average SAT (Crit. Reading) of Class of 2011:     543
    - Average SAT (Crit. Reading), State of CA:            499
    - Average SAT (Crit. Reading), National:                 494
     
     
    - Average SAT (Math) of Class of 2011:                   563
    - Average SAT (Math), State of CA:                          515
    - Average SAT (Math), National:                               506
     
    - Average SAT (Writing) of Class of 2011:               548
    - Average SAT (Writing), State of CA:                      499
    - Average SAT (Writing), National:                           483
     
     
    - Average class size in grades 9-12:             29:1
     
     
    College Admissions
     
    -Most popular college selections for the Class of 2012:
    • Boston University
    • Brigham Young University
    • Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    • Cal State University, San Diego
    • Cal State University, San Francisco
    • Cal Lutheran University
    • Chapman University
    • Occidental College
    • Purdue University
    • Saint Mary's College
    • Sonoma State University
    • Stanford University
    • Swarthmore College
    • University of California, Berkeley
    • University of California, Irvine
    • University of California, Los Angeles
    • University of California, Santa Barbara
    • University of California, Santa Cruz
    • University of Colorado
    • University of San Diego 
    • University of Southern California 
    • Wake Forest University
    • Westmont College  
    • Westpoint
    • Yale University
Last Modified on August 20, 2012