APS Dashboard

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Enrollment and Demographics

Academic Performance

30% of students assessed were proficient in English/Language Arts. This is the same as the previous year.
20% of students assessed were proficient in mathematics. This is a one percentage point decrease from the previous year.
73% of students graduated from high school within four years. This does not include charter schools and is the same as the previous year.

Parent and Student Engagement

88% of parents report they are satisfied with the district. This does not include charter schools and is a two percentage point decrease from the previous year.
93% average daily attendance for 2018-2019
The district's Annual Dropout Rate is 4%. This is a one percentage point decrease from the previous year.

College Readiness

65% of students enrolled in college the fall after high school. This does not include charter schools and is a one percentage point decrease from the previous year.
The district's Average Composite ACT Score is 19.9. This does not include charter schools and is the same as the previous year.
45% of students who took an AP Exam passed. This does not include charter schools and is a two percentage point increase from the previous year.
The district had 10,941 AP Course Enrollments for 2017-2018. This does not include charter schools and is 35 higher than the previous year.
* APS Charter schools included.** As of May 23, 2019. Chronically absent is defined as students missing 10% or more of the school year due to excused or unexcused absences who were still enrolled at the end of the school year and were enrolled for 10 or more days.Note: Enrollment and demographic information is based on October 2019 official enrollment counts and does not include charter schools.

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