Eureka Union School District earns highest API average score in Placer County
The four local school districts serving Roseville and Granite Bay once again reached high marks on the annual Academic Performance Index, based on results released Thursday.
The API summarizes a school’s scores on the Standardized Testing and Reporting program and the California High School Exit Exam taken during the 2011-12 academic year. The state’s API goal is 800 out of a maximum 1,000.
Eureka Union High School District achieved the highest district-wide API average score in Placer County at 918. Oakhills School, a kindergarten through third grade campus in Granite Bay, scored the highest for an individual school at 949. Greenhills School, which also serves K-3 students, experienced the greatest increase over last year, earning 24 more points to reach 912.
Roseville City School District’s 17 schools earned a district average API of 874, with Blue Oaks Elementary School achieving the highest score at 928. Eich Intermediate School saw the greatest increase of 30 points to reach 883.
Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District’s 10 schools resulted in a district-wide API average of 868. Quail Glen Elementary School in Roseville earned a 930 score, and Antelope Meadows Elementary School had the highest increase of 47 points over last year to earn 874 points.
Roseville Joint Union High School District had a district-wide score of 776. Out of seven campuses, Granite Bay High School earned the top score at 868. Independence High School had a 61-point increase from last year, earning a score of 689.
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