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G L Wiley Opportunity Center
1030 E Live Oak ST
Waco, Tx 76704

State Rating: Not Rated
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Demographic Information:
  • Gifted program students: 5%
  • Vocational Education Program students: 13.4%
  • English learners: 5.9%
  • Special Education Program students: 16%
  • Bilingual Program students: 5.9%
  • Economically Disadvantaged students: 90.8%
  • At Risk Students: 100%
Student Ethnicity:
African American
 53.8%
Hispanic
 41.2%
White
 3.4%

Median Home Price (Zindex) for zip code 76704:

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Alta Vista Elementary rating: Academically Acceptable (Waco)
Bell's Hill Elementary rating: Academically Acceptable (Waco)
Bill Logue Detention Center rating: Not Rated (Waco)
Brazos High School rating: Academically Acceptable (Waco)
Brook Avenue Elementary rating: Academically Unacceptable (Waco)
Cedar Ridge Elementary rating: Academically Acceptable (Waco)
Cesar Chavez Middle rating: Academically Unacceptable (Waco)
Challenge Academy rating: Not Rated (Waco)
Crestview Elementary rating: Academically Acceptable (Waco)
Dean Highland Elementary rating: Recognized (Waco)
G W Carver Middle rating: Academically Acceptable (Waco)
Hillcrest PDS Magnet rating: Exemplary (Waco)
J H Hines Elementary rating: Academically Unacceptable (Waco)
Kendrick Elementary rating: Exemplary (Waco)
Lake Air Montessori School rating: Recognized (Waco)
Mountainview Elementary rating: Recognized (Waco)
Parkdale Elementary rating: Exemplary (Waco)
Provident Heights Elementary rating: Recognized (Waco)
South Waco Elementary rating: Recognized (Waco)
Tennyson Middle rating: Academically Unacceptable (Waco)
University High School rating: Academically Unacceptable (Waco)
Waco High School rating: Academically Unacceptable (Waco)
West Avenue Elementary rating: Academically Acceptable (Waco)

Notes:
  1. The rating is from the Texas Education Agency's Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) 2010-2011 Learn more here
  2. The AEIS ratings categories are: Exemplary, Recognized, Academically Acceptable, Academically Unacceptable, and Not Rated.
  3. For schools that have been rated, 15.6% were Exemplary, 35.9% were Recognized, 41.7% were Academically Acceptable, and 6.7% were Academically Unacceptable.
  4. To learn about requirements for each rating category, see: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2011/manual/table8.pdf
  5. For the 2011 TEA Accountability manual, see: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2011/manual/index.html


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