- Students in grades 6-8 grew by 50% or more, on average, in English language arts, based on the 2018 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).
- In 2018, 6th graders nearly doubled math proficiency on the CAASPP.
- Elementary students in Delano and Lost Hills had a great FIRST year with the majority of kindergarten through second graders ending the year at or above grade level.
- 88% of 2018 graduating class attending four-year universities this Fall.
- One-third of the 2018 graduating class earned an Associate of Science degree, while in high school.
- High School students ranked among TOP THREE of all high schools in Kern County, based on the 2017 CAASPP in English language arts and math.
What Makes Us Different
In K-8, our students love going to school. Our one-on-one support helps kids succeed and sparks a love for learning. Through music and arts, our students develop creativity and self-discipline. Small class sizes and caring teachers provide a fun, friendly, safe environment your kids will love.
Our high school students choose between two pathways: Liberal Arts or Ag Business. Free tutors help students to complete college classes so they can get 1-2 years of college credit under their belt when enter a four-year university. This accelerates time spent in college thus reducing overall costs. [KN1]
[KN1]Should the “Vision of Excellence” be mentioned at all since the infographic is going to be added to this section?