2015 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)

2015 AYP School Report



Branham High
Campbell Union High
Santa Clara
43-69401-4330866
School Type: High School

Charter School: No

Date: 6/30/2016


AYP Determination:

Made AYP: Yes
Met: 9  of  9  AYP Criteria
PI Status: Not Title I
Participation Rate: Targets and Met Criteria

For details on how the participation rate was calculated, please see the 2015 AYP Participation Rate Web page.

Content AreaTargetMet
English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA)95%Yes
Mathematics95%Yes
Participation Rate: Schoolwide and Student Groups

Student GroupsELA EnrollmentELA Number of Students TestedELA RateELA Met 2015 CriteriaELA Alternative MethodMath EnrollmentMath Number of Students TestedMath RateMath Met 2015 CriteriaMath Alternative Method
Schoolwide32030896Yes--32030495Yes--
Black or African American66100----66100----
American Indian or Alaska Native00------00------
Asian3030100----3030100----
Filipino1010100----1010100----
Hispanic or Latino10510196Yes--1059994YesY2
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander22100----22100----
White14113394YesY214113193YesY2
Two or More Races2626100----2626100----
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged626097Yes--625894YesY2
English Learners1515100----1515100----
Students with Disabilities413688----413586----
Attendance Rate Target: 90 Percent

Average Daily AttendanceSchool Attendance EnrollmentMet Criteria
N/AN/AN/A

Attendance Rate Criteria: Schools that met the following criteria were required to meet the attendance rate indicator:

  1. The school's entire enrollment was 100 or more on Fall Census Day in October 2014, and the Enrollment in Transitional Kindergarten through grade eight (TK-8) was 30 or more.


  2. The school's entire enrollment was between 30 to 99 on Fall Census Day in October 2014, and the enrollment in TK-8 was 30 or more, or the percent of TK-8 enrollment made up 50% or more of the school's enrollment.
LEAs that met the following criteria were required to meet the attendance rate indicator:
  1. The LEAs entire TK-8 enrollment was 30 or more on Fall Census Day in October 2014.
LEAs and direct-funded charter schools were given two options for submitting their attendance data to the California Department of Education:
  1. Total number of days students attended and were enrolled.

    or

  2. Average Daily Attendance (ADA)

The data are as of the second period (P-2), which is from July 1 through the last school month that ends before April 15, 2015. LEAs and direct-funded charter schools submitted data for one option only. The attendance rate will be displayed in the column that reflects the option chosen by the LEA or direct-funded charter school.

"--" means the school submitted attendance data under the other option (i.e., ADA or School Attendance Enrollment).

“DNS” (Did Not Submit) in the ADA and School Attendance Enrollment columns mean an attendance rate could not be calculated because the LEA or direct-funded charter school did not submit data under either option.

 "N/A" means not applicable.

Graduation Rate Goal: 90 Percent
Met Schoolwide GraduationMet Student Group Graduation RatesMet Overall Graduation Rate Criteria
YesYesYes
Current Year: Graduation Rate Results
Groups2014 Cohort Graduation
Rate (class of 2012-13)
2015 Cohort Graduation
Rate (class of 2013-14)
2015 Target
Graduation Rate
2015
Graduation Rate
Criteria Met
2016 Target
Graduation Rate
Class of
2014-15)
Exclusion/
Alternative Method
Schoolwide91.8288.8186.80Yes87.60--
Black or African American----N/AN/AN/AU50
American Indian or Alaska Native----N/AN/AN/AU50
Asian----N/AN/AN/AU50
Filipino----N/AN/AN/AU50
Hispanic or Latino87.6480.5284.87Yes82.896Y
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander----N/AN/AN/AU50
White95.2192.6287.84Yes88.39--
Two or More Races----N/AN/AN/AU50
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged86.4676.6281.22Yes79.975Y
English Learners----N/AN/AN/AU50
Students with Disabilities----N/AN/AN/AU50
Graduation Rate Criteria: (1) met or exceeded the goal of 90%, or (2) met the fixed target graduation rate, or (3) met the variable target graduation rate. Fixed and variable target graduation rates are calculated for LEAs and schools until 2019 when the target for all LEAs, schools and the state is 90%.
Percent Proficient - Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) Percent Proficient Statement: Due to the transition to the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) approved the California Department of Education’s waiver request to exclude the percent proficient results from AYP determinations. However, the ED is requiring the percent proficient results be displayed on the AYP reports. For a more thorough view of a school’s or district’s progress, please view: Local Control Funding Formula State Priorities Snapshot
Percent Proficient Rate: Schoolwide and Student Groups

Content AreaTarget
English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA)100.0%
Mathematics100.0%
Percent Proficient: Schoolwide and Student Groups

Student GroupsELA Valid ScoresELA Number At or Above ProficientELA Percent At or Above ProficientMath Valid ScoresMath Number At or Above ProficientMath Percent At or Above Proficient
Schoolwide29622676.429214850.7
Black or African American5----5----
American Indian or Alaska Native0----0----
Asian282589.3282175.0
Filipino9----9----
Hispanic or Latino986263.3962324.0
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander2----2----
White12810783.61268063.5
Two or More Races262180.8261869.2
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged573866.7551730.9
English Learners12325.01218.3
Students with Disabilities281139.327311.1