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Free or Reduced Lunch (FRL)
Students from households that qualify by income to receive free or reduced-price lunch at their school. Economically disadvantaged students have historically been identified as those from low-income families, earning below 185 percent of the federal poverty line.

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Individual Education Plan (IEP)
Students on an Individual Education Plan (IEP) are those students who are receiving special education services. For the purposes of the Nevada School Performance Framework, only students who were on an IEP at the time of testing factor into the IEP calculations.

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English-Language Learners (ELL)
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Zoom School
Zoom Schools have unique needs that require additional resources to help students. Zoom Schools have the highest percentage of students who are limited English proficient and are the lowest performing academically. Additionally, the schools receiving these funds are in need of programs to boost academic achievement. Zoom Schools will be monitored closely to ensure efforts effectively provide students with valuable individualized assistance and instructional time (source: CCSD).
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Victory School
Victory Schools were designated as Victory Schools by the Department of Education based on the highest poverty zip codes and the star rating (1 or 2 stars) of schools for the preceding school year. Schools receive additional funding to address the unique academic and social needs of their student population.
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Rising Star
Rising Star schools are identified by the Nevada Department of Education and meet the following criteria:
  • Based upon the most recent annual report of the statewide system of accountability for public schools, the public school is an elementary school or middle school that was rated in the lowest 5 percent of elementary or middle schools in the State in pupil achievement and school performance for the most recent school year.
  • All 1- and 2-star schools that scored less index points than the year before.
  • Or, the public school is a high school that had a graduation rate for the immediately preceding school year of less than 60 percent.
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Shining Star Schools
Shining Star Schools have significantly outperformed the State average in serving ALL kids, with an emphasis on closing the opportunity gap. A shining star school is a high-performing school serving a high percentage of students who quality for Free or Reduced Lunch (FRL) (at least 75% of students eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch, 50% for high schools) (source: NV Department of Education).

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Public Charter School
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Achievement School District (ASD) Charter Schools
Nevada ASD charter schools partner with communities to provide vibrant, high-quality, in-neighborhood alternatives for students in the State's chronically underperforming schools. The schools serve students in neighborhoods with few choices and can be zoned or paired with a school to be an alternate option in a zone.

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Career and Technical Academies (CTA)
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Select School
Select Schools are a new district school choice option for families. Students can choose from one of five (5) high schools that offer outstanding Career and Technical Education programs of study as well as many Advanced Placement and other specialized programs. Students that live within the designated transportation zone of the school that they choose will receive transportation.

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Why are some data sections showing up as N/A?

Sections are N/A, or Not Available, if:
  1. A school is new and does not yet have test results data to report.
  2. Not enough students at a school were tested to report, the state requires a minimum of 25 students
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What is TSI?
Targeted Support and Improvement Schools (TSI) meet designation criteria under Nevada's federally approved Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Plan. All Indicators in the Nevada School Performance Framework have multiple Measures and each Measure is disaggregated by 10 subgroups (American Indian, Asian, Black, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, Multi-Race, Caucasian, English Learner, Students With Disabilities, Economically Disadvantaged Students). TSI schools have low performing subgroups in multiple Measures for at least two years in a row. The TSI Schools list identifies schools eligible for supports and interventions. TSI schools cannot receive a rating higher than 3-Stars in the year of initial designation.
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College Readiness
The number of 11th grade students who are ready to go to college without having to take remedial classes that do not count towards college credit. An ACT score of 22 is a baseline for college readiness without a student needing to repeat high school work once they get to college.
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Transiency
Is the percentage of students who do not finish the school year at the same school they started.
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School Climate

School Climate is assessed at the school level via a survey provided to all students in Nevada. The survey is administered by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) on behalf of the Nevada Department of Education. The survey was administered in Fall of 2020, and therefore reflects the student experience of 2019-2020 school year, prior to COVID-19. The NV-SCSEL asks students questions about the environment and conditions for learning in their schools with four main categories:

  • Cultural and Linguistic Competence tells us whether students feel that adults at school show that they care and respect the values, history, language, and experiences of students from different backgrounds;
  • Relationships tells us whether students feel that the positive interactions between adults and students create a welcoming and trusting environment for kids to learn;
  • Emotional Safety tells us how comfortable kids feel at school expressing their feelings, trusting peers and adults, and taking risks; and
  • Physical Safety tells us if kids feel safe from violence, theft, harsh punishment, and weapons at school.
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Per Pupil Expenditures
This is the total amount of money spent per student (per pupil) this year. This number includes federal, state, and local funds, which are inclusive of grants, appropriations, and categoricals like Zoom and Victory.
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Important information regarding the impact of COVID-19 on 2020-2021 school performance information

Thank you for visiting the Great School All Kids (GSAK) school performance portal. Please note that school performance information may look different for the 2020-2021 school year due to the impacts of COVID-19. In accordance with the U.S. Department of Education ESEA waiver, some 2020-2021 school performance data has been waived or reported differently than prior years.

Star Ratings

NSPF school star ratings and accountability indicators were carried over from the 2018-2019 school year.

Academic Achievement

All assessments, such as SBAC, were required for the 2020-2021 school year. Assessment results are generally reported for schools with a minimum participation rate of 95%. The 95% requirement was waived for the 2020-21 school year; therefore, assessment results may look different from prior years.

Growth & Opportunity Gaps

Growth data has been carried over from the 2018-2019 school year.

English Language Proficiency

Testing for English Language Proficiency (WIDA) has been extended. Results will be available in early 2022. Please check back.

Student Engagement

Chronic absenteeism was waived for NSPF reporting but has been reported for the 2020-21 school year.

School Climate

School Climate data will be reported for the 2020-2021 school year in October 2022. Please check back after October for updated results.

More information about the waiver and how school performance is reported for the 2020-2021 school year can be found in the Nevada Department of Education’s Nevada Accountability Portal.

Data Confidentiality

To protect student privacy and confidentiality, the Nevada Department of Education reports data less than 5% or great than 95% as <5% or >95%. Data meeting this criteria is rounded to 5% or 95% in this school performance portal.

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(775) 826-4200
555 Double Eagle Ct., #2000
Reno, NV 89521
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How did this school perform?
Academic Achievement
+Equity
Academic Achievement
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Graduation
Graduation
English Language Proficiency
English Language Proficiency
College & Career Readiness
College & Career Readiness
Student Engagement
Student Engagement
N/A0
  = district average
Academic Achievement tells us how many students met the State defined on grade level score on the ACT for Math and ELA, and the Nevada Science Assessment.

How many kids at this school are on or above grade level?
*Kids on or above grade level is unavailable for this school.

*Math data is unavailable for this school
*English Language Arts data is unavailable for this school
*Science data is unavailable for this school
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Performance by Student Race/Ethnicity
Performance by Student Race/Ethnicity
Performance by Grade Level
Year over year comparison information is unavailable.
Performance by Student Subgroup
Equity in education means personal or social circumstanced do not impact achievement.

This data shows students on or above grade level across the school's student population. Differences may suggest some student groups are not getting the support to succeed.

ACT Composite Scores

Black
15.2
Hispanic
16.3
2+ Races
15.4
White
17.1
  = district average
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64% 4-year Track
54% 5-year Track
  = district average
How many students graduated in 4-years?
64% graduated last year on a 4-year track.

How many students graduated in 5-years?
54% graduated last year on a 5-year track.

Note: This data runs one year behind in reporting.
*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
Compare to 2018
Compare to 2018
Year over year comparison information is unavailable.
N/A0
17% English Language Proficiency
  = district average
How is this school doing with students who need extra help to learn the English language?
2 out of 10 students are on track to no longer need services for English language skills within five years.
*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
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Year over year comparison information is unavailable.
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8% Post-secondary Course Participation
1% Post-secondary Course Completion
4% Advanced Diploma
This category measures the following three components:

1. The number of students who enroll in courses that prepare them for education beyond high school (also known as Post-Secondary Preparation programs).

8% of students at this school participated in courses that prepare them for education beyond high school.

Examples of these types of courses include Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate, Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment, and Career and Technical Education classes.

2. The number of students who completed (took an AP assessment) courses designed to prepare them for education beyond high school.

1% of students at this school completed courses that prepare them for education beyond high school.

3. The number of students who graduate with an Advanced Diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma.
Click here to see the requirements for Clark County students to earn an advanced diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma.

4% of students at this school graduated with an Advanced Diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma.


ACT Test Results: How many students at this school are ready for college?
The ACT is a test that 11th-graders are required to take in Nevada. The test measures academic college readiness and predicts the likelihood of success in the first year of college. A score of 22 is a baseline to be considered college-ready.

15% of students at this school scored a 22 or higher on the ACT test.

*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
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N/A0
0.00% Chronically Absent
77% 9th Graders On-track
How many students at this school were chronically absent during the 2020-2021 school year?
0.00% of students are chronically absent.

A student that is absent 10% or more of the total days enrolled in a school will be identified as chronically absent. A student must be enrolled in a school for at least 91-days of the current school year to be included in this calculation.

How many 9th graders are considered on-track?
77% of 9th graders received the credits needed to be considered on-track.

*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
Compare to 2018
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GRADUATION RATE: 64%
COLLEGE READINESS: 15%
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Enrollment: N/A
Grades Served: 9-12
School Type: State Charter
Per Pupil Expenditure: $0
Transience: 55.9%

Staff
Long-term Substitutes: None Reported
Student Population
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Academic Achievement
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NSPF Points Earned
*Kids on or above grade level is unavailable for this school.
Click here to view performance by student race/ethnicity.

Click here to view SBAC Results, 2016-2021.
  = district average
Academic Achievement tells us how many students met the State defined on grade level score on the ACT for Math and ELA, and the Nevada Science Assessment.

How many kids at this school are on or above grade level?
*Kids on or above grade level is unavailable for this school.

*Math data is unavailable for this school
*English Language Arts data is unavailable for this school
*Science data is unavailable for this school
*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
Year over year information is not available.
Compare to 2017
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Graduation
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NSPF Points Earned
64% graduated last year on a 4-year track.

54% graduated last year on a 5-year track.
64%% 4-year Track
54% 5-year Track
  = district average
How many students graduated in 4-years?
64%% graduated last year on a 4-year track.

How many students graduated in 5-years?
54% graduated last year on a 5-year track.

Note: This data runs one year behind in reporting.
*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
Year over year information is not available.
Compare to 2017
Compare to 2017
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English Language Proficiency
N/A0
NSPF Points Earned
2 out of 10 students are on track to no longer need services for English language skills within five years.
17% English Language Proficiency
  = district average
How is this school doing with students who need extra help to learn the English language?
2 out of 10 students are on track to no longer need services for English language skills within five years.
*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
Year over year information is not available.
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College & Career Readiness
N/A0
NSPF Points Earned
8% of students at this school participated in courses that prepare them for education beyond high school.
8% Post-secondary Course Participation
1% Post-secondary Course Completion
4% Advanced Diploma
This category measures the following three components:

1. The number of students who enroll in courses that prepare them for education beyond high school (also known as Post-Secondary Preparation programs).

8% of students at this school participated in courses that prepare them for education beyond high school.

Examples of these types of courses include Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate, Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment, and Career and Technical Education classes.

2. The number of students who completed (took an AP assessment) courses designed to prepare them for education beyond high school.

1% of students at this school completed courses that prepare them for education beyond high school.

3. The number of students who graduate with an Advanced Diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma.
Click here to see the requirements for Clark County students to earn an advanced diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma.

4% of students at this school graduated with an Advanced Diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma.


ACT Test Results: How many students at this school are ready for college?
The ACT is a test that 11th-graders are required to take in Nevada. The test measures academic college readiness and predicts the likelihood of success in the first year of college. A score of 22 is a baseline to be considered college-ready.

15% of students at this school scored a 22 or higher on the ACT test.

*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
Year over year information is not available.
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Student Engagement
N/A0
NSPF Points Earned
0.00% of students are chronically absent.

A student that is absent 10% or more of the total days enrolled in a school will be identified as chronically absent. A student must be enrolled in a school for at least 91-days of the current school year to be included in this calculation.
0.00% Chronically Absent
77% 9th Graders On-track
How many students at this school were chronically absent during the 2020-2021 school year?
0.00% of students are chronically absent.

A student that is absent 10% or more of the total days enrolled in a school will be identified as chronically absent. A student must be enrolled in a school for at least 91-days of the current school year to be included in this calculation.

How many 9th graders are considered on-track?
77% of 9th graders received the credits needed to be considered on-track.

*Why is data unavailable? Click here to find out
Year over year information is not available.
Compare to 2017
Compare to 2017
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Performance by Student Race/Ethnicity
Performance by Student Race/Ethnicity
Equity in education means personal or social circumstanced do not impact achievement.

This data shows students on or above grade level across the school's student population. Differences may suggest some student groups are not getting the support to succeed.
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ACT Composite Scores

Black
15.2
Hispanic
16.3
2+ More
15.4
White
17.1
  = district average
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School Details
Enrollment: N/A
Grades Served: 9-12
School Type: State Charter
Extra Funding:
Per Pupil Expenditure : $0
Specialty: N/A
Transience: Coming soon
Staff
Long Term Substitutes: None Reported
Student Population
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