Village Oaks High School
1900 West Swain
Stockton, CA 95207
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- School Type: Continuation High Schools
- Instruction Type: Partial Virtual - The school offers some, but not all, instruction through virtual instruction.
- District: Lincoln Unified
- Grades: 9-12
2016 CAASPP Test Score Details:
|Grade||Test Type||Mean Score||Exceeded|
- Asterisk "*" indicates scores are not available (too few) 'none'
SAT Test Results:
|Average Reading Score||*|
|Average Math Score||*|
|Percent Tested||1.3% (1 out of 76 seniors)|
|Hispanic or Latino||48.98%|
|Two or More Races||2.04%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||1.22%|
Brookside rank: 9 in Stockton
Claudia Landeen rank: 5 in Stockton
Colonial Heights rank: 3 in Stockton
Don Riggio rank: 5 in Stockton
Experience Based Career Educat rank: none in Stockton
Horace Mann Academy for Boys rank: none in Stockton
Independent Study Center rank: none in Stockton
John McCandless Charter rank: 9 in Stockton
John McCandless High (Cont.) rank: none in Stockton
John R. Williams rank: 2 in Stockton
Lincoln Community Day 7-12 rank: none in Stockton
Lincoln Community Day K-6 rank: none in Stockton
Lincoln Elementary rank: 5 in Stockton
Lincoln High rank: 7 in Stockton
Lincoln Unified Preschool rank: none in Stockton
Mable Barron rank: 6 in Stockton
Mary McLeod Bethune Academy for Girls rank: none in Stockton
Sierra Middle rank: 7 in Stockton
Special Education Preschool DIS rank: none in Stockton
Tully C. Knoles rank: 5 in Stockton
Village Oaks Elementary rank: none in Stockton
Village Oaks High School rank: 3 in Stockton
- 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