Dublin High School Ranking in California Improves to Highest Level (10)
The California Department of Education (CDE) annually ranks all California public schools (including charter schools) on a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest). The ranking is based on each school’s Achievement Performance Index (API) score. The rankings based on the most recent API scores were released yesterday by the CDE.
Dublin High School, based on an API of 868 for 2009-10, achieved the highest ranking of 10 (an improvement from 9 one year ago). The CDE also creates a list of 100 “similar” schools based on demographic, socio-economic and other factors. Dublin High School maintained a ranking of 9 when compared to similar schools.
Below is a summary of results for all Dublin Unified School District public schools. Every public school in the Dublin Unified School District now has a ranking of 8 or higher, with Dublin High School, Wells Middle School, Frederiksen Elementary School and Murray Elementary School all improving over 2009, with Fallon School, Dougherty Elementary School, Dublin Elementary School and John Green Elementary School maintaining their ranking.
|School (click link for detailed 2010 results)||2010
|2010 Statewide Rank||2009 Statewide Rank|
|Dublin High School||868||10||9|
|Fallon School (K-8)||910||9||9|
|Wells Middle School||838||8||7|
|Dougherty Elementary School||939||10||10|
|Dublin Elementary School||890||9||9|
|Frederiksen Elementary School||861||8||7|
|John Green Elementary School||933||10||10|
|Murray Elementary School||870||8||7|