San Ramon API Scores

San Ramon Valley Schools API Scores

All Schools in District 2008= 901; 2009= 914; Change= 13

Elementary

Alamo 2008= 919; 2009= 915; Change= -4
Armstrong 2008= 922; 2009= 931; Change= 9
Baldwin 2008= 945; 2009= 943; Change= -2
Bollinger 2008= 918; 2009= 918; Change= 0
Country Club 2008= 880; 2009= 911; Change= 31
Coyote Creek 2008= 959; 2009= 965; Change= 6
Disney 2008= 908; 2009= 917; Change= 9
Golden View 2008= 923; 2009= 941; Change= 18
Green Valley 2008= 905; 2009= 917; Change= 12
Greenbrook 2008= 937; 2009= 944; Change= 7
Hidden Hills 2008= 962; 2009= 974; Change= 12
Live Oak 2008= 938; 2009= 965; Change= 27
Montair 2008= 904; 2009= 923; Change= 19
Montevideo 2008= 917; 2009= 927; Change= 10
Quail Run 2008= 899; 2009= 926; Change= 27
Rancho Romero 2008= 937; 2009= 944; Change= 7
Sycamore Valley 2008= 933; 2009= 964; Change= 31
Tassajara Hills 2008= 932; 2009= 942; Change= 10
Twin Creeks 2008= 877; 2009= 881 Change= 4
Vista Grande 2008= 934; 2009= 954; Change= 20

Middle Schools

Diablo Vista 2008= 918; 2009= 935; Change= 17
Iron Horse 2008= 924; 2009= 928; Change= 4
Los Cerros 2008= 918; 2009= 911; Change= -7
Pine Valley 2008= 895; 2009= 914; Change= 19
Stone Valley 2008= 897; 2009= 908; Change= 11
Windemere Ranch 2008= 933; 2009= 950; Change= 17
Wood (Chalotte) 2008= 925; 2009= 922; Change= -3

High Schools

California High 2008= 866; 2009= 880; Change= 14
Dougherty Valley 2008= 891; 2009= 880; Change= 14
Monte Vista 2008= 888; 2009= 897; Change=9
San Ramon 2008= 868; 2009= 885; Change= 17
Venture 2008= 759; 2009= 778; Change= -3

ASAM Schools
Del Amigo Cont. (29 stu) 2008= 483; 2009= 562; Change= 79

San Ramon API Scores

San Ramon Valley Schools API Scores

All Schools in District 2008= 901; 2009= 914; Change= 13

Elementary

Alamo 2008= 919; 2009= 915; Change= -4
Armstrong 2008= 922; 2009= 931; Change= 9
Baldwin 2008= 945; 2009= 943; Change= -2
Bollinger 2008= 918; 2009= 918; Change= 0
Country Club 2008= 880; 2009= 911; Change= 31
Coyote Creek 2008= 959; 2009= 965; Change= 6
Disney 2008= 908; 2009= 917; Change= 9
Golden View 2008= 923; 2009= 941; Change= 18
Green Valley 2008= 905; 2009= 917; Change= 12
Greenbrook 2008= 937; 2009= 944; Change= 7
Hidden Hills 2008= 962; 2009= 974; Change= 12
Live Oak 2008= 938; 2009= 965; Change= 27
Montair 2008= 904; 2009= 923; Change= 19
Montevideo 2008= 917; 2009= 927; Change= 10
Quail Run 2008= 899; 2009= 926; Change= 27
Rancho Romero 2008= 937; 2009= 944; Change= 7
Sycamore Valley 2008= 933; 2009= 964; Change= 31
Tassajara Hills 2008= 932; 2009= 942; Change= 10
Twin Creeks 2008= 877; 2009= 881 Change= 4
Vista Grande 2008= 934; 2009= 954; Change= 20

Middle Schools

Diablo Vista 2008= 918; 2009= 935; Change= 17
Iron Horse 2008= 924; 2009= 928; Change= 4
Los Cerros 2008= 918; 2009= 911; Change= -7
Pine Valley 2008= 895; 2009= 914; Change= 19
Stone Valley 2008= 897; 2009= 908; Change= 11
Windemere Ranch 2008= 933; 2009= 950; Change= 17
Wood (Chalotte) 2008= 925; 2009= 922; Change= -3

High Schools

California High 2008= 866; 2009= 880; Change= 14
Dougherty Valley 2008= 891; 2009= 880; Change= 14
Monte Vista 2008= 888; 2009= 897; Change=9
San Ramon 2008= 868; 2009= 885; Change= 17
Venture 2008= 759; 2009= 778; Change= -3

ASAM Schools
Del Amigo Cont. (29 stu) 2008= 483; 2009= 562; Change= 79

District API scores best of any large unified school district in the state

San Ramon Valley schools once again showed significant improvement in the Academic Performance Index Growth Report according to data recently released by the California Dept. of Education, with all scores averaging well above the state target.  The API measures and compares the academic performance and growth of schools on a variety of academic measures.

The overall 2009 API growth score of the district was 914, up 13 points from the 2008 API Base score of 901.  The state goal for all schools is 800 on API.  The results place SRVUSD as the 6th highest unified school district in the state and the highest among unified districts with more than 9,000 students.

All but 4 schools in the district saw improvement.  Country Club and Sycamore Valley Elementary Schools showed the greatest gains at the elementary level, 31 points over the previous year.  At the middle school level, Pine Valley increased by 19 points for the second straight year.  San Ramon Valley High School showed the largest increase among high schools, 17 points.  Both of the district’s alternative schools also improved significantly.  Venture Independent Study School’s results increased 19 points, with Del Amigo Continuation High School seeing an amazing 79-point gain.

In addition, scores for every ethnic subgroup in the district also improved significantly, and those students classified as “English Learners” (as a group) posted a base score of 889, 21 points higher than the 2008 Base.  “Students with Disabilities” improved by 18 points. 

“What are perhaps the most rewarding data are the results related to our subgroups.  While we still have an achievement gap, I am very pleased to see that gap continue to narrow” said Superintendent Steven Enoch.  “Once again, this shows that what we set out to do as a district is working.”

Statewide, 42% of all CA schools are now at or above the overall statewide target API of 800, up 6% points from the year.

SRV Unified School District October 2009 Newsletter

An Update from the Superintendant Steven Enoch:

The enrollment is up to approx. 900 students from this time last year.  With this growth, all teachers were hired back who faced layoffs plus an additional 70 new teachers and others were hired. 

The budget is slightly better as well.  The slight increase in K-3 class size, combined with the passage of Measure “C” and restriction last year on all spending except for what was most essential, our bottom line has improved slightly, although still spending down reserves.  It is recommended to the board that K-3/9th grade increases to a class size of 24 for the next 2 years, something that most other school districts have already been forced to implement.

The academic performance improved 13 points, to a score of 914, the highest average of any large school district in the state!  This level of academic performance, combined with a slight stabilization of the budget, provides an excellent opportunity to think creatively about ways to make this outstanding school district even better.