This school is a part of the Nevada Alternative Performance Framework (APF) and not rated under the Nevada School Performance Framework.
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South Academic Center JSHS High School
The total number of students enrolled at a school.
The total amount of money spent per student that year. This number includes federal, state, and local funds, and includes grants and appropriations.
The percentage of students who do not finish the school year at the same school they started.
- District Zoned School - Your neighborhood public school, based on where the student lives. District Zoned Schools serve all students without restrictions.
- Public Charter School - Schools of choice open to all students regardless of where they live. Charters operate without some of the regulations of district schools but are still held accountable to academic results and student achievement.
- Public Magnet School - Schools that offer programs in specific focus areas, such as math, fine arts, science, or health. Entry to an elementary or middle school magnet program is interest-based.
- Career and Technical Academies (CTA) - A type of Magnet School. Entry to a CTA program can be criteria, performance, and/or interest-based.
Substitute teachers that teach for more than ten days in a row in a school for the same teacher.
Students who speak a language other than English when they first enroll in school and receive support to grow and improve in English Language Arts.
Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch based on household income.
Students receiving special education services.
|Two or more races
English Language Proficiency
College & Career Readiness
How many kids at this school are on or above grade level?
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.
Equity in education means personal or social circumstances 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. Note: Subgroups that are less than 25 in the total number of students tested are not included here.
How is this school doing with students who need extra help to learn the English language?
This percentage of students are on track to no longer need services for English language skills within five years.
How many 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.
How many students completed (took an AP assessment) courses designed to prepare them for education beyond high school?
How many students graduated with an Advanced Diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma?
Explore the requirements for Nevada students to earn an Advanced Diploma OR a College and Career Ready (CCR) Diploma.
ACT Test Results: How many students at this school are ready for college?
To graduate, students must take the College and Career Readiness (CCR) assessment in 11th grade on the scheduled testing day. The CCR assessment given to students in Nevada is called the ACT.
While students are required to take the ACT to graduate, their ACT score is not used to determine graduation eligibility. Instead, the ACT score is used by colleges to understand how well a student is doing in certain subjects. Students may choose to include their ACT score when applying to colleges. A student is considered ready for college if they score a 22 or higher on the ACT. Learn more.
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 students at this school were chronically absent?
How many 9th graders are considered on-track?
The Nevada School Climate/Social Emotional Learning Survey (NV-SCSEL) is given to students each fall. It is used by schools to understand how students feel about the quality of school life.
Nevada law requires each school to report incidents of disciplinary action by race and ethnicity
No data indicate that the school did not report any recorded instances of discipline in the selected category.
Learn more about school climate