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Ratings, ranking, percentiles for Schools within 2 miles of Summit Public School K2

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2016 Percentile 2
School
(District)
Location Distance
9 80.4 Summit Public School K2 7-12 details
(Contra Costa County Office of Education District)
1800 Elm Streetmap
El Cerrito, 94530
0 mi
1 0.4 Stege Elementary K-6 details
(West Contra Costa Unified District)
4949 Cypress Avenuemap
Richmond, 94804
0.66 mi
9 89.3 Madera Elementary K-6 details
(West Contra Costa Unified District)
8500 Madera Drivemap
El Cerrito, 94530
0.78 mi
2 17.7 John F. Kennedy High details
(West Contra Costa Unified District)
4300 Cutting Boulevardmap
Richmond, 94804
0.84 mi
5 40.7 Mira Vista Elementary K-8 details
(West Contra Costa Unified District)
6397 Hazel Avenuemap
Richmond, 94805
0.98 mi
6 52.1 Fred T. Korematsu Middle 7-8 details
(West Contra Costa Unified District)
1021 Navellier Streetmap
El Cerrito, 94530
1.01 mi
1 2.1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary K-6 details
(West Contra Costa Unified District)
4022 Florida Avemap
Richmond, 94804
1.03 mi
3 21.2 Wilson Elementary K-6 details
(West Contra Costa Unified District)
629 42nd Streetmap
Richmond, 94805
1.21 mi

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Notes:
  1. The California School Ratings Rank is determined by a school's testing percentile in comparison to other schools in California of the same type (i.e. elementary/middle/high). 1 is the worst, 10 is the best. A similar number of schools occupy each rank. * This rank is derived from the 2016 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).
  2. The 2016 Percentile is a number between 0 and 100 that reflects a school's performance on the 2016 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). A percentile score of 70 for an elementary school would reflect that 70% of elementary schools scored lower and 30% of elementary schools scored higher.
  3. Alternative Schools receive percentiles but do not receive ranks
  4. Ratings are based on the 2016 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The school information was last updated August, 2016.
  5. More information: Understanding California Assessment of Student Progress and Performance (CAASPP) Summary Reports

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