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City-data.com school rating (using weighted 2010 test average as compared to other schools in Colorado) from 0 (worst) to 100 (best) is 56.

6201 SOUTH PIERCE STREET
Littleton, CO 80123

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Other nearby schools ratings:
D'Evelyn Junior/Senior High School (3.6 miles):

99
Arapahoe High School (6.0 miles):

75
Rangeview High School (16.4 miles):

60
Columbine High School:

56
Chaparral High School (14.9 miles):

54
Academy Charter School (18.6 miles):

38
Collegiate Academy Of Colorado School (3.3 miles):

27
Colorado's Finest Alternative High School (5.7 miles):

10
Columbine High School rating compared to average state, county and city schools ratings:
Colorado:

42
Arapahoe County:

56
Littleton:

57
Columbine High School:

56

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Grade span: 9th Grade-12th Grade

Student Enrollment: 1653

9th grade: 397
10th grade: 422
11th grade: 464
12th grade: 370


Student/Teacher ratio (year 2006): 20.8 (1645 / 79.2)
Here:

20.8
State average from 1693 schools:

17.3

The type of school: Senior High
District Name: Jefferson County R-1


Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) statistics:

Met 24 out of 27 AYP criteria
Made Overall AYP: NO
Made Participation: YES
Made Performance: NO
Made Safe Harbor: NO
Made Reading: NO
Made Math: NO
Made Other: YES


AYP Targets - Reading:

Reading participation: YES
Reading participation (Asian/Pacific Islander): YES
Reading participation (Hispanic): YES
Reading participation (White): YES
Reading participation (Economically Disadvantaged): YES
Reading participation (Students with Disabilities): YES
Reading performance: YES
Reading performance (Hispanic): YES
Reading performance (White): YES
Reading performance (Economically Disadvantaged): YES
Reading performance (Students with Disabilities): NO
Reading safe harbor (Students with Disabilities): NO
Reading matched safe harbor (Students with Disabilities): NO
Reading other: YES
Reading other (Hispanic): YES
Reading other (White): YES
Reading other (Economically Disadvantaged): YES
Reading other (Students with Disabilities): YES


AYP Targets - Math:

Math participation: YES
Math participation (Asian/Pacific Islander): YES
Math participation (Hispanic): YES
Math participation (White): YES
Math participation (Economically Disadvantaged): YES
Math participation (Students with Disabilities): YES
Math performance: YES
Math performance (Hispanic): YES
Math performance (White): YES
Math performance (Economically Disadvantaged): NO
Math performance (Students with Disabilities): NO
Math safe harbor (Economically Disadvantaged): NO
Math safe harbor (Students with Disabilities): NO
Math matched safe harbor (Economically Disadvantaged): NO
Math matched safe harbor (Students with Disabilities): NO


Ethnic information:

Female American Indian students (%): 0.3% (5 out of 1653)
Here:

0.3%
State average from 1746 schools:

0.6%
male American Indian students (%): 0.4% (6 out of 1653)
This school:

0.4%
State average from 1746 schools:

0.6%
Female Asian students (%): 1.5% (25 out of 1653)
Here:

1.5%
State average from 1746 schools:

1.8%
male Asian students (%): 2.1% (34 out of 1653)
Here:

2.1%
State average from 1746 schools:

1.7%
Female Black students (%): 0.8% (13 out of 1653)
Here:

0.8%
State average from 1746 schools:

2.9%
male Black students (%): 0.4% (7 out of 1653)
Here:

0.4%
State average from 1746 schools:

3.1%
Female Hispanic students (%): 4.8% (79 out of 1653)
Here:

4.8%
State average from 1746 schools:

13.7%
male Hispanic students (%): 6.5% (108 out of 1653)
Columbine High School:

6.5%
State average from 1746 schools:

14.2%
Female White students (%): 41.8% (691 out of 1653)
Here:

41.8%
State average from 1746 schools:

29.8%
male White students (%): 41.4% (685 out of 1653)
Here:

41.4%
State average from 1746 schools:

31.7%

Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) Results:

Percentage of students scoring unsatisfactorily - math grade 9: 26.0% (110 out of 417)
Here:

26.0%
State average from 321 schools:

33.1%
Percentage of students scoring partially - math grade 9: 34.0% (141 out of 417)
Columbine High School:

34.0%
State average from 321 schools:

29.7%
Percentage of students scoring proficient - math grade 9: 29.0% (119 out of 417)
Here:

29.0%
State average from 321 schools:

23.9%
Percentage of students scoring advanced - math grade 9: 11.0% (44 out of 417)
Here:

11.0%
State average from 321 schools:

11.5%
Percentage of students not scored - math grade 9: 1.0% (3 out of 417)
Here:

1.0%
State average from 321 schools:

1.8%

CSAP Math (Grade 9) Results - Columbine High School

CSAP Math (Grade 9) Results - Colorado



Percentage of students scoring unsatisfactorily - math grade 10: 24.0% (110 out of 450)
This school:

24.0%
State average from 321 schools:

32.5%
Percentage of students scoring partially - math grade 10: 39.0% (177 out of 450)
Here:

39.0%
State average from 321 schools:

34.3%
Percentage of students scoring proficient - math grade 10: 30.0% (133 out of 450)
Columbine High School:

30.0%
State average from 321 schools:

25.6%
Percentage of students scoring advanced - math grade 10: 4.0% (20 out of 450)
Here:

4.0%
State average from 321 schools:

5.1%
Percentage of students not scored - math grade 10: 2.0% (10 out of 450)
Here:

2.0%
State average from 321 schools:

2.5%

CSAP Math (Grade 10) Results - Columbine High School

CSAP Math (Grade 10) Results - Colorado



Percentage of students scoring unsatisfactorily - reading grade 9: 5.0% (22 out of 416)
Here:

5.0%
State average from 321 schools:

7.8%
Percentage of students scoring partially - reading grade 9: 20.0% (83 out of 416)
Here:

20.0%
State average from 321 schools:

23.4%
Percentage of students scoring proficient - reading grade 9: 69.0% (285 out of 416)
Here:

69.0%
State average from 321 schools:

62.7%
Percentage of students scoring advanced - reading grade 9: 5.0% (21 out of 416)
Here:

5.0%
State average from 321 schools:

3.9%
Percentage of students not scored - reading grade 9: 1.0% (5 out of 416)
Here:

1.0%
State average from 321 schools:

2.3%

CSAP Reading (Grade 9) Results - Columbine High School

CSAP Reading (Grade 9) Results - Colorado



Percentage of students scoring unsatisfactorily - reading grade 10: 5.0% (23 out of 449)
Here:

5.0%
State average from 321 schools:

8.4%
Percentage of students scoring partially - reading grade 10: 16.0% (73 out of 449)
Here:

16.0%
State average from 321 schools:

19.3%
Percentage of students scoring proficient - reading grade 10: 68.0% (304 out of 449)
Here:

68.0%
State average from 321 schools:

60.3%
Percentage of students scoring advanced - reading grade 10: 9.0% (39 out of 449)
Here:

9.0%
State average from 321 schools:

9.1%
Percentage of students not scored - reading grade 10: 2.0% (10 out of 449)
Columbine High School:

2.0%
State average from 321 schools:

2.9%

CSAP Reading (Grade 10) Results - Columbine High School

CSAP Reading (Grade 10) Results - Colorado



Percentage of students scoring unsatisfactorily - science grade 10: 13.0% (57 out of 450)
Here:

13.0%
State average from 321 schools:

25.0%
Percentage of students scoring partially - science grade 10: 22.0% (99 out of 450)
Here:

22.0%
State average from 321 schools:

24.2%
Percentage of students scoring proficient - science grade 10: 58.0% (261 out of 450)
Here:

58.0%
State average from 321 schools:

44.0%
Percentage of students scoring advanced - science grade 10: 5.0% (23 out of 450)
Here:

5.0%
State average from 321 schools:

4.3%
Percentage of students not scored - science grade 10: 2.0% (10 out of 450)
This school:

2.0%
State average from 321 schools:

2.5%

CSAP science (Grade 10) Results - Columbine High School

CSAP science (Grade 10) Results - Colorado



Percentage of students scoring unsatisfactorily - writing grade 9: 3.0% (11 out of 416)
Here:

3.0%
State average from 321 schools:

4.5%
Percentage of students scoring partially - writing grade 9: 38.0% (158 out of 416)
Here:

38.0%
State average from 321 schools:

43.5%
Percentage of students scoring proficient - writing grade 9: 50.0% (210 out of 416)
Here:

50.0%
State average from 321 schools:

42.2%
Percentage of students scoring advanced - writing grade 9: 8.0% (33 out of 416)
Here:

8.0%
State average from 321 schools:

7.5%
Percentage of students not scored - writing grade 9: 1.0% (4 out of 416)
Here:

1.0%
State average from 321 schools:

2.3%

CSAP Writing (Grade 9) Results - Columbine High School

CSAP Writing (Grade 9) Results - Colorado



Percentage of students scoring unsatisfactorily - writing grade 10: 5.0% (21 out of 449)
Here:

5.0%
State average from 321 schools:

7.0%
Percentage of students scoring partially - writing grade 10: 37.0% (164 out of 449)
Columbine High School:

37.0%
State average from 321 schools:

39.2%
Percentage of students scoring proficient - writing grade 10: 46.0% (208 out of 449)
Here:

46.0%
State average from 321 schools:

42.9%
Percentage of students scoring advanced - writing grade 10: 10.0% (46 out of 449)
Here:

10.0%
State average from 321 schools:

8.0%
Percentage of students not scored - writing grade 10: 2.0% (10 out of 449)
Here:

2.0%
State average from 321 schools:

3.0%

American College Testing (ACT) results:

Average composite score: 20.4
Columbine High School:

20.4
State average from 316 schools:

19.1
Average English score: 19.9
Columbine High School:

19.9
State average from 316 schools:

18.3
Average math score: 20.5
Here:

20.5
State average from 316 schools:

19.2
Average reading score: 20.6
Here:

20.6
State average from 316 schools:

19.4
Average science score: 20.2
Here:

20.2
State average from 316 schools:

19.2


School rating:

Score: 0.72 (High)

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