The district racked up a score of 953 (out of a possible 1000), with its closest competition being La Canada Unified, which checked in at 947. The 953 score is actually two points lower than what was scored in 2012, but a look at API reports across the state show that drops of varying degrees were a trend -- overall, the number of schools meeting the target for student performance fell 2 percent.
Here's how each of the district's schools scored compared to 2012, according to the Department of Education:
- Carver Elementary scored 967 points (966 in 2012)
- Valentine Elementary scored 952 (951 in 2012)
- Huntington Middle School scored 977 (973 in 2012)
- San Marino High School scored 932 (940 in 2012)
For a summary of the API reports, click here.
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