|School Name||Schuylkill Valley HS|
929 Lakeshore Dr
Leesport, PA 19533-8631
|Grades Offered||9, 10, 11, 12|
|Title I School||No|
|Number of Advanced Placement Courses Offered||11|
|Average Years of Educational Experience (Total)||18.38|
|Average Years of Educational Experience (In LEA)||15.46|
|Percent of Classes Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers||100.00|
|Percent of Gifted Students||1.55|
|Dropout Rate (Percent)||0.01|
Career and Technical Center (CTC) Programs
|Career and Technical Center Name||Berks CTC|
|Career and Technical Center Website||http://www.berkscareer.com|
Supporting Intermediate Unit
|Supporting Intermediate Unit Name||Berks County IU 14|
|Supporting Intermediate Unit Website||http://www.berksiu.org|
|Percent Enrollment By Ethnicity|
|American Indian/Alaskan Native (not Hispanic)||0.00|
|Asian (not Hispanic)||0.62|
|Black or African American (not Hispanic)||4.33|
|Hispanic (any race)||7.57|
|Multi-Racial (not Hispanic)||0.15|
|White (not Hispanic)||87.17|
|Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (not Hispanic)||0.15|
Percent Enrollment by Student Groups
|English Language Learner||1.24|
Percent Enrollment by Gender
Link to Supplemental Reports:
|School Safety Report||https://www.safeschools.state.pa.us|
|Special Education Data Report||http://penndata.hbg.psu.edu|
The Educator Effectiveness System (24 P.S. § 11-1123 – Act 82 – 2012) is designed to evaluate teachers based upon classroom observations, teacher specific data, elective data, and building level data. The building level data are used to develop the school academic performance score derived from the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile. It comprises 15 percent of each teacher and principal’s evaluation beginning with the teacher rating in the 2013-2014 school year and the principal rating in the 2014-2015 school year.
The score for a school is based upon indicators that define a high performing school. Many data elements come together to create the academic score. These elements are categorized into five areas.
The first three areas represent 50 percent of the school academic performance score:
This category represents 40 percent of the school academic performance score:
This category represents 10 percent of the school academic performance score:
Schools may earn up to 7 additional points via Extra Credit for Advanced Achievement based upon advanced performance on state and industry assessments, as well as for students earning a 3 or higher on an Advanced Placement exam.
Note: Data are displayed for each element if there are 11 or more students represented . This includes all the performance measures used to determine the academic performance score.
|* Note: For 2012-13 data, Closing the Achievement Gap will not be measured as this is the baseline year. This AMO will be considered as having been met if the proficiency for the All Student group and the Historically Underperforming Student group is above the statewide proficiency for that group.|
(This data is used to determine the building level academic score.)
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