School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
The California School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is an essential tool designed to offer parents, students, and community members a snapshot of various aspects of a school's operations, achievements, and challenges. It is a valuable resource for understanding how schools perform academically, socially, and in terms of the overall school environment.
The SARC provides information on the following key areas:
Academic Performance: Test scores, proficiency levels, and academic growth for different student groups.
School Environment: Class sizes, teacher qualifications, and student-to-teacher ratios.
Student Demographics: Population demographics, including information about diversity, English language learners, and students with disabilities.
Graduation Rates: For our high schools, you can learn about graduation rates and the percentage of students who complete their high school education.
School Programs: We showcase the various educational programs and extracurricular activities. This includes information about Advanced Placement (AP) courses, vocational training, arts programs, and more.
Parent Involvement: Engaging parents and families through meetings, workshops, and other initiatives in the education process.
Safety Measures: Safety protocols and policies to ensure a secure learning environment for all students.
Financial Information: School budget, expenditures, and sources of funding.
It's important to note that the California School Accountability Report Card is based on data collected from the previous school year and is published annually. This means the information provided offers a snapshot of a school's performance and characteristics during that period.
2022 California School Dashboard - Local Indicators
Some indicators on the CA Dashboard show Standard Not Met for the 2022 school year because The Classical Academy School Board approved the indicators after the deadline for approval.