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James Lick Middle
1220 Noe Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
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- School Type: Intermediate/Middle Schools (Public)
- District: San Francisco Unified
- Grades: 6-8
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when compared to other schools of the same type: Intermediate/Middle/Junior High
7th Grade Immunization Information:
(2014-15 School Year)
Alvarado Elementary rank: 8 in San Francisco
Bryant Elementary rank: 5 in San Francisco
Buena Vista/ Horace Mann K-8 rank: 3 in San Francisco
Cesar Chavez Elementary rank: 1 in San Francisco
Edison Charter Academy rank: 6 in San Francisco
Everett Middle rank: 5 in San Francisco
Fairmount Elementary rank: 3 in San Francisco
George R. Moscone Elementary rank: 6 in San Francisco
Glen Park Elementary rank: 1 in San Francisco
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Elementary rank: 6 in San Francisco
Hilltop S.F. County Opportunity rank: none in San Francisco
John O’Connell High rank: 4 in San Francisco
Junipero Serra Elementary rank: 7 in San Francisco
Las Americas Children Center rank: none in San Francico
Leonard R. Flynn Elementary rank: 1 in San Francisco
McKinley Elementary rank: 9 in San Francisco
Miraloma Elementary rank: 9 in San Francisco
Mission Education Center rank: 1 in San Francisco
Mission High rank: 3 in San Francisco
Paul Revere Elementary rank: 2 in San Francisco
Rooftop Elementary rank: 8 in San Francisco
Ruth Asawa SF Sch of the Arts, A Public School rank: 10 in San Francisco
S.F. County Court Woodside Learning Ctr rank: none in San Francisco
S.F. International High rank: 3 in San Francisco
Sanchez Elementary rank: 4 in San Francisco
The Academy – SF @McAteer rank: 7 in San Francisco
The New School of San Francisco rank: none in San Francisco
Theresa S. Mahler Children Center rank: none in San Francisco
- California School Ratings (CSR) computes percentiles in this way:
- For a given grade level, all Math scores are put into an ordered list and a percentile is calculated for each score, based its position in the list.
- For a given grade level, all English scores are put into an ordered list and a percentile is calculated for each score, based its position in the list.
- Math and English percentiles from (a & b above) are weighted, based on the number of students who completed each type of test, to create a combined Math+English weighted percentile for each school.
- The combined Math+English weighted percentiles are put into an ordered list for the particular type of school
(elementary/middle/high school/K-12) and a percentile-within-the-school-type is calculated.
- How percentiles work: the school percentile is a number between 0 and 100 that reflects the percentage of
schools of the same type (elementary/middle/high school/K-12) in California that have an equal or lower combined Math+English weighted percentile (from 1-c above).
For example, a school in the 70th percentile would have a combined weighted percentile that was equal to or better than 70% of the other schools of the same type.
- The CSR Rank is determined by a school’s percentile in
comparison to other schools of the same type in California (from 1-d above).
(1 is the worst, 10 is the best). Schools in the 90th percentile and above have rank 10, 80%-89.999% rank 9 and so on.
A similar number of schools occupy each rank.
* This rank is derived from data in the 2016 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).
- Alternative Schools receive percentiles, but are not ranked
- More information: 2016 CAASPP Paper-based Test Results
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Lick (James) Middle School
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