The 2013 growth API score for the LEUSD was 800, compared to a 2012 base API of 801, according to the figures released Thursday by the California Department of Education.
Once again, Tuscany Hills Elementary had the highest 2013 growth score in the district with a 914.
The Top 10 LEUSD schools that scored above the district average on the 2013 growth API included:
- Tuscany Hills Elementary 914 (no change from 2012 base API)
- Rice Canyon Elementary 886 (down one point from 2012 base API)
- Cottonwood Canyon Elementary at 875 (down 17 points from 2012 base API)
- Earl Warren Elementary at 870 (down nine points from 2012 base API
- Ronald Reagan Elementary at 858 (down seven points from 2012 base API)
- Donald Graham Elementary at 857 (down eight points from 2012 base API)
- Luiseno at 852 (down 20 points from 2012 base API)
- Withrow Elementary at 833 (down 14 points from 2012 base API)
- Wildomar Elementary at 821 (down two points from 2012 base API)
- David A. Brown Middle at 821 (up 17 points from 2012 base API)
None of the LEUSD high schools scored above 800.
The API is a numeric index that ranges from a low of 200 to a high of 1,000.
Click here to see all the 2013 results for the LEUSD.
To learn more about API scores, click here.