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Twain Elementary
5021 East Centralia St.
Long Beach, CA 90808

Demographic Information:
  • GATE students: 6%
  • English learners: 4%
  • Reclassified as English proficient: 5%
  • Migrant education program participants: 0%
  • Eligible for free/reduced price lunch: 33%
  • Special education within past two years: 15%
Parent's Education:
  • Overall Average Education4: 3.76
(based on the 91% who responded)
Graduate School
 23%
College Graduate
 42%
Some College
 24%
High School
Graduate
 9%
Not a High School
Graduate
 2%

State Rank: 8 out of 101
API Score:
(2012)
8722
Student Ethnicity:
White
 38%
Hispanic/Latino
 32%
African American
 11%
Asian
 8%
Filipino
 3%
Pacific Islander
 2%
American Indian
 1%
Two or More
 1%

Median Home Price (Zindex) for zip code 90808:

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Carver Elementary rank: 9 in Long Beach
Cleveland Elementary rank: 6 in Lakewood
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Gompers K-8 rank: 6 in Lakewood
Harte Elementary rank: 2 in Long Beach
Henry K-8 rank: 8 in Long Beach
Holmes Elementary rank: 4 in Lakewood
Hoover Middle rank: 8 in Lakewood
Intensive Learning Center rank: 8 in Lakewood
Lakewood High rank: 5 in Lakewood
MacArthur Elementary rank: 4 in Lakewood
Madison Elementary rank: 9 in Lakewood
Marshall Academy of the Arts rank: 4 in Long Beach
Mayfair High rank: 7 in Lakewood
Monroe K-8 rank: 4 in Lakewood
Newcomb Academy rank: 9 in Long Beach
Paramount Alternative Education Center rank: in Lakewood
Riley Elementary rank: 6 in Lakewood
Stephen Foster Elementary rank: 7 in Lakewood
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Notes:
  1. The State Rank is determined by a school's API Score in comparison to all other schools in California. (1 is the worst, 10 is the best). An equal number of schools occupy each rank. * This rank comes from the 2012 California Academic Performance Index (API) Base report.
  2. The API Score is a number between 200 and 1000 that reflects a school's performance on statewide student assessments administered in 2012.
  3. Alternative Schools receive APIs but do not receive ranks
  4. Parent Education is the average of all responses where "1" represents "Not a high school graduate" and "5" represents "Graduate school."
  5. More information: 2012 Base API Information Guide (PDF; 490KB; 65pp.)