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NativityMiguel Network of Schools {Annual Impact Report 2011}


Transforming the lives of underserved children through education is the mission of NativityMiguel schools. The NativityMiguel Network, in turn, supports the efforts of its member schools to excel in that mission – with tools that promote quality, transparency, and accountability for student success. This first Annual Impact Report is one such essential tool, the product of collaboration since 2007 between NativityMiguel school leaders and the Network office, through Mission Measurement, LLC. Data has been gathered and analyzed to yield information that illuminates our shared work, providing a profile for each of our 60 member schools as well as Network-wide statistics. The stories that complement this quantitative view also testify to NativityMiguel schools’ immense impact on the lives of students, families, and communities. Because this report is a first for NativityMiguel, we invite our member schools and our extended community of supporters to reflect on the value of the information presented here. Does it capture what we want to measure? Does it offer insights about our challenges and opportunities? Does it spur positive action in service of our shared mission? How can we make this report more valuable in the future? Your comments and recommendations will help to determine where we go from here in our quest to use data wisely. As we challenge ourselves continually to improve for the sake of our students, and hold ourselves responsible for doing what we claim to do, we also inspire confidence – a critical foundation for sustaining our mission.

Mary Claire Ryan Executive Director

William Whitaker Chairman of the Board

{cover photo: Mother Caroline Academy}

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Table of Contents Data Methodology & Definitions {4} NativityMiguel Network Member Schools {6} NativityMiguel History {8} Mission Effectiveness Standards {10} NativityMiguel Students {11} NativityMiguel Graduates {14} NativityMiguel Teachers {17} NativityMiguel Finances {19} Individual School Scorecards {20} Generational Scorecards {109} Expanding our Impact {119} NativityMiguel Alumni Association {123} NativityMiguel Network {124}

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Data methodology and definitions

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In order to provide a clear picture of the NativityMiguel Network, the national staff works in partnership with Mission Measurement LLC, a Chicago-based social impact consulting firm, to collect data from each individual school through an Annual Member School Survey and Student Data Workbook. To familiarize you with the process: the Student Data Workbook was sent to schools in March of 2011, with a deadline of July 31. This spreadsheet is the avenue with which the Network collects academic data on enrolled students and information on graduates enrolled in high school. 13 of 57 schools met the original deadline. The Network extended this deadline to October 15 at which time 27 of 57 schools submitted this workbook.

The Annual Survey was sent to 57 Network schools* in July of 2011, with a deadline of July 31. This survey is the avenue with which the Network collects data on financials, facilities, and programming. 17 of 57 schools submitted their Annual Survey on this original deadline. This deadline was extended to October 15 as well, at which time 40 of 57 schools submitted this survey. As of December 2, 2011, 48 of 57 schools submitted their Annual Survey and 35 of 57 schools submitted their Student Data Workbook. Upon collection of the data, the Network’s Director of Mission Effectiveness works with Mission Measurement to validate the data and compile the information in useful forms, such as the individual school scorecards, aggregate generational data, an Executive Summary Report, and this Annual Impact Report. Throughout the process, Network staff tried to balance being flexible with holding realistic and responsible deadlines for submission of requested surveys and workbooks. After viewing the quality of this first Annual Impact Report, we can all commit anew to a more refined, efficient process for future years. We understand that critical to strengthening our schools is learning from one another, asking questions about our school’s data, and sharing best practices in all areas: academics, fundraising, graduate support, recruitment, after-school programming, family involvement, etc. We will best be able to do this with a complete picture of all Network schools, which will mean the timely submission of all requested documents. With this data we will be able to strengthen each school, which in turn will strengthen the NativityMiguel Network. * Schools in their first year of operation are not required to submit an Annual Survey, this includes St. James and Mother Teresa Middle School. In addition, information on Neighborhood Academy, the only high school in the Network, is not presented in the report at this time.

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The following definitions may allow you to more fully understand the Annual Impact Report and following School Scorecards: Affiliate schools: These schools have a strong association with the Network, yet due to atypical grade levels, funding streams, school size, and/or other components are considered “outliers” to the educational model of the NativityMiguel Network. Co-institutional: Co-institutional schools serve both genders, educating the sexes separately. The school operates in a shared facility, with one board, and submits one Annual Survey to the Network. There are three co-institutional schools in our Network. Middle schools: The Network consists of 60 schools. 58 of the 60 schools serve the middle school grades, defined as including all or some of the following: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Two Network schools serve elementary or high school grades: Escuela Guadalupe in Denver, CO serves grades K-5 and Neighborhood Academy in Pittsburg, PA serves grades 8-12. Note complete sets of data for Neighborhood Academy are not reported at this time as the Network’s focus has been on aggregating the data at the middle school level. By the 2012 report we {De La Salle Middle School at St. Matthew’s} hope to have complete sets of data from all member schools. Student demographics: The Scorecards provides information on the percentage of students that qualify for free and reduced-price meals programs (a proxy for family income), and the gender and race percentages of our schools. Student persistence rate: The Annual Impact Report details a student persistence rate for our graduates during the high school years. From the 2010-2011 data 90% of our graduates went on to complete high school in four years. Another 6% of these students remained in high school and will very likely go on to complete high school in a fifth year. The NativityMiguel Network defines these students who go on to high school completion through a persistence rate. The Network uses this same terminology for students who go on to college. It is common that students from impoverished backgrounds need additional time to complete college, due to financial or family reasons. For this reason we have defined a persistence rate to more accurately measure the number of graduates that complete high school or college in four years or more. Student retention data: The scorecards provide student retention data from the 2010-2011 school year. The Network defines retention by the number of students who enroll and either transferred out or were dismissed for academic or behavioral reasons. Network-wide statistics are based on the 48 schools that reported data. The Network’s goal is to ensure that every student has the opportunity to move successfully through middle and high school, into college. The Network is committed to understanding our student retention rates and minimizing attrition to the greatest possible extent. We are working closely with our schools to understand these dismissal and transferal percentages more comprehensively and to review our schools’ recruitment practices. Teacher retention: The education community lacks a common standard for defining and reporting teacher retention. The National Center for Education Statistics defines all cases in which a teacher stops teaching as turnover, regardless of whether the teacher transfers schools, moves into a non-teaching position at the school, or leaves the field of education altogether. The Network defines teacher retention as teachers who are teaching at a school one year and continue to teach at that school in the fall of the following year. Teachers who begin teaching at a school during the school year, at the start, middle, or end of the year, are considered part of the denominator when calculating teacher retention rates.

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NativityMiguel Schools {Nativity Preparatory School Boston}

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Arizona

Imago Dei Middle School {21} California

Sacred Heart Nativity Schools {22} De Marillac Academy {24} Nativity Prep Academy San Diego {26} Colorado

Escuela Guadalupe {28}

New York (continued)

Massachusetts

Blessed Stephen Bellesini OSA Academy {48} Epiphany School {50} Esperanza Academy {52} Mother Caroline Academy {53} Nativity Preparatory School Boston {55} Nativity Preparatory School of New Bedford {57} Nativity School of Worcester {59}

St. Martin de Porres Academy {30} Covenant Preparatory School {DNP} Delaware

Missouri

Nativity Preparatory School of Wilmington {31} Serviam Girls Academy {33} District of Columbia

Washington Jesuit Academy {34} Washington Middle School for Girls {36} San Miguel of Washington D.C. {38} Florida

Academy Prep Center of St. Petersburg {40} Academy Prep Center of Tampa {42} Illinois

Chicago Jesuit Academy {44} San Miguel Schools Chicago Back of the Yards Campus {DNP} San Miguel Schools Chicago Gary Comer Campus {DNP} Kentucky

Nativity Academy at St. Boniface {45}

North Carolina

Durham Nativity School {91} Oklahoma

San Miguel School of Tulsa {DNP}

Maryland

Mother Seton Academy {61} Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy {63} Sisters Academy of Baltimore {65}

Connecticut

San Miguel Academy of Newburg {89} Nativity Preparatory Academy of Rochester {90}

Oregon

St. Andrew Nativity School {93} Pennsylvania

Loyola Academy {66} Marian Middle School {68} De La Salle Middle School at St. Matthew’s {70} Central Catholic Academy {DNP} Holy Trinity Catholic School {DNP} St Cecilia Academy {DNP}

GESU School {95} Hope Partnership for Education {97} The Neighborhood Academy LaSalle Academy {98} The Nativity School of Harrisburg {99} St. James the Less Rhode Island

San Miguel School of Providence {101}

Nebraska

Jesuit Academy of Omaha {72}

Texas

New York

Guadalupe Regional Middle School {103}

Brooklyn Jesuit Prep {74} The NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo {76} Cornelia Connelly Center {78} Nativity Mission Center {80} St. Ignatius School {82} St. Aloysius School {84} The De La Salle School {86} Nora Cronin Presentation Academy {88}

Louisiana

Good Shepherd School {47} {DNP} = Data Not Provided

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Wisconsin

Nativity Jesuit Middle School {105} Notre Dame Middle School {107} Saskatchewan, Canada

Mother Teresa Middle School Affiliate Member Schools:

Catalyst Schools Chicago: Holwand Charter and Circle Rock Charter


Nativity Mission Center opened in 1948 to provide tutoring, emotional support, and social services to the youth of the Lower East Side of New York City. When the Center grew into a full middle school in 1971, it signaled the creation of a model that worked -- and inspired other pioneers to give children living in poverty the life-changing chance of a good education.

“Nativity Mission Center educators realized there was a need and acted on that need. Those that followed did the same in their own cities. What unfolded was hope.� Mary Claire Ryan, Executive Director NativityMiguel Network of Schools

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The Growing Impact of NativityMiguel

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Supporting Schools: The Nativity Network and the Lasallian Association of Miguel Schools (LAMS) form independently to support the 29 network schools open throughout the country.

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A Growing Model: 34 Network schools open due to the philanthropic vision of BJ Cassin. The model has grown to 55 schools strong. Collective Influence: The Nativity Network and LAMS join to found the NativityMiguel Network of Schools, headquartered in Washington, DC. This year, six new schools open under the newly formed Network.

2011

Data Collaboration: NativityMiguel Network begins partnership with Mission Measurement to facilitate Network data collection and analyses.

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Impacting New Communities: Schools in Hartford, Wilmington, and Rochester adopt the Network model. Nativity Preparatory Academy of Rochester is the 10thNetwork school to open in the state of New York.

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Oklahoma 1 school

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Texas 1 school

Expanding Our Reach: Nativity Preparatory School opens in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, MA. Over the next five years, 10 network schools open throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest.

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North Carolina 1 school

Replication Continues: Embracing the network model, nine additional schools open from Omaha, NE, to Denver, CO, bringing the nationwide count to 29.

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Colorado 1 school

California 3 schools

Massachusetts 7 schools

New York 10 schools

Arizona 1 school

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Seeding the Movement: Nativity Mission Center opens on the Lower East Side of New York City.

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Saskatchewan 1 school

Missouri 6 schools

60 schools 40 cities 22 states 2 countries 1 shared mission 1971

Oregon 1 school

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From Replication to Research: Dr. Mickey Fenzel of Loyola University of Maryland receives the Alpha Sigma Nu award for his extensive research of the NativityMiguel model and subsequent publication of his book, Improving Urban Middle Schools: Lessons from the Nativity Schools. International Reach: Nativity Mission Center celebrates its 40th anniversary, and the Network expands its North American growth to Canada with the opening of Mother Teresa Middle School in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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Illustration credit: Daniel Thai


Mission Effectiveness Standards

NativityMiguel Schools are committed to Nine Mission Effectiveness Standards. NativityMiguel Schools are‌ Faith-Based: A NativityMiguel School is explicitly faith-based in its mission and programming. Each school is sponsored by a religious congregation, parish, or diocese. Serve the Economically Poor and Marginalized: A NativityMiguel School offers a financially accessible, not tuition-based education to students from low-income families in underserved communities and reflects the faith, cultural, and racial demographics of the local community. Provide a Holistic Education: A NativityMiguel school addresses the academic, physical, social, emotional, moral, and spiritual needs of a student; and develops the growth of the student in all areas. Partner with the Family: A NativityMiguel School involves the family and the student’s other support systems in the education of the child; and provides opportunity for the growth of the support system. Extend the School Day and Year: A NativityMiguel School extends the hours and days that a student is in session and thereby offers additional structured opportunities for learning, enrichment, and growth. Are Committed Beyond Graduation: It is the expectation that all students in a NativityMiguel School will graduate from high school and go on to some form of post-secondary education. A NativityMiguel School offers a Graduate Support Program that eases a graduate’s transition into high school; tutors, advocates for, and maintains a connection with all graduates during high school; supports the high school in preparing the student for graduation and post-secondary education; and tracks the growth and achievements of all graduates. Effectively Administrated: A NativityMiguel School is governed by an effective administrative structure that includes a strong board comprised of leaders committed to the financial and academic sustainability of the school; and a working administrative team, based on the president/principal model, that attends to the operational and educational stability and vitality of the school. Engaging in a Process of On-going Assessment and Inquiry: A NativityMiguel School engages in a process of ongoing assessment and inquiry that assists the staff in providing a quality middle school education that will prepare students for success in high school, post-secondary education, and beyond. Participants in the Network: A NativityMiguel School is an active participant in the collaboration, support, and development of the NativityMiguel Network.

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NativityMiguel Students {Nativity Mission Center}

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NativityMiguel Network schools change lives. Our Nine Mission Effectiveness Standards aim to ensure a high-quality education and healthy life experience for each of our 3,953 students* enrolled nationwide. The average total enrollment at a member school is 75 students, with a small class size averaging 20 students. We intentionally focus on seeing our students succeed in middle school, through high school and into college. To do this we offer a unique extended school day and school year designed to provide all students with a safe, engaging academic environment in which to grow as learners and thinkers. Students spend an average of 9.7 hours per day in school, for a total of over 546 hours more than their peers in public schools. In addition to extending the school day, 96% of NativityMiguel schools extend their year, offering programming and camps for NativityMiguel students during the summer months. The 97% daily attendance rate at our schools testifies to student and parent approval of this unique enrichment system. The Network is committed to more fully understanding our retention rates and minimizing attrition. Currently, 79% of students who enroll at NativityMiguel schools complete 8th grade at the same institution. We are working with our schools to carefully assess the dismissal and transferral data; our goal next year is to raise the retention rate from 79% to 85%. *This data is based on the 48 of 60 schools that submitted their 2011 Annual Member School Survey.

{number of students by grade}

{ethnicity of students} Native American, >1%

Hispanic, 41%

Multiracial, 3% 8th gr.- 871 students African American, 50%

7th gr.- 955 students

Asian, 1% White, 3%

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K5-3rd grade- 407 students 4th gr. - 156 students 5th gr. 565 students 6th gr.1004 students


NativityMiguel Schools are committed to serving lowincome families from underserved communities.

NativityMiguel schools take different forms, but all offer a uniquely effective education for underserved students. Of the 3,953 students enrolled in NativityMiguel schools the percentage of students at:

83% of students attending NativityMiguel Schools are eligible for free & reduced lunch.

All-boy schools: 25% All-girl schools: 15%

12 of 47 schools have 100% of their students eligible.

Co-institutional schools: 19%

19 of 47 schools have 90% or above free & reduced averages. The Network aims for each school to enroll students that qualify for free & reduced lunch at a rate of 90% or higher. 66% of our schools already meet this standard.

Co-educational schools: 41%

Believing in giving back to others, our students completed over 27,000 hours of service in their communities last year. That is an average of 7 hours for every student, K-8th grade. Serving at homeless shelters, assisting at daycare centers, or planting a community garden, our students are contributing generously to their communities.

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NativityMiguel Graduates {Nativity Academy San Diego}

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{high school enrollment}

Public 27% Catholic 61% Private 11%

61% of our students continue their faith-based education by enrolling in Catholic high schools in their city. Many of our graduates receive scholarship assistance from these private schools, and 77% of our Network schools offer financial aid to graduates to make sure there are no barriers to obtaining a good college preparatory education.

{high school completion} 90% of NativityMiguel Network graduates complete high school in 4 years, compared to the national average of 75% for all students, 62% for African American students, and 64% for Latino students. Another 6% of high school seniors are persisting and plan to complete high school in five years. In another four years nearly half of these students will go on to study at and graduate from a college or university. Instrumental to the NativityMiguel model are our Graduate Support Directors, who work closely with graduates through high school and college. Local Graduate Support Programs offer such services as tracking student progress, financial assistance, tutoring, mentoring, SAT/ACT prep, employment counseling, and summer internships.

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Gadisa Goso , Graduate Support Director, Nativity Preparatory School Boston

Upon graduating from Nativity Prep in 1997, Goso went on to complete high school at the Groton School and college at Stonehill College, where he majored in International Relations. Inspired to serve, Goso returned to his middle school as a volunteer teacher. Six years later, as the school’s Graduate Support Director, Goso works hard to see Nativity Prep’s graduates through high school, into college and beyond. Goso is driven to see graduates succeed as he has, and his diligence and commitment to Nativity Prep graduates help make that possible.


Alfred University

Florida A&M

Milwaukee Area Technical College

Texas A&M

Allbright College

Florida Atlantic University

Morehouse College

Trinity College

Alverno College

Florida International University

Mount Saint Mary's

UMass Amherst

American Institute of Business

Framingham State University

Naval Academy Prep School

UMass Boston

Anna Maria College

Frostburg University

New York City College of Technology

University of Albany

Arcadia University

George Washington University

New York University

University of California, Berkeley

Assumption College

Georgetown University

Newbury College

University of Chicago

Baruch College

Gonzaga University

North Carolina A&T

University of Connecticut

Beloit University

Grambling University

Notre Dame de Namur University

University of Delaware

Bethune-Cookman University

Hanover University

Pace University

University of Kentucky

Blackburn College

Harvard College

Peabody Conservatory

University of Maryland College Park

Bond University, Australia

Hilbert College

Penn State

University of Missouri at Kansas City

Boston College

Howard County Community College

Pennsylvania State University

University of Missouri- Columbia

Boston University

Immaculata College

Philander Smith College

University of Missouri- St. Louis

Bowie State University

Iowa Western Community College

Providence College

University of Nebraska Omaha

Briar Cliff University

John Jay University

Rhode Island College

University of North Carolina

Brooklyn College

Johnson and Wales University

Salem State University

University of North Florida

Bucknell University

Juilliard School of Dance

San Diego State University

University of Rhode Island

City College of New York

La Salle University

Seattle University

University of Texas-Pan American

College of the Holy Cross

Lake Land College

Seton Hall University

University of Texas-San Antonio

Coppin State University

LeMoyne College

Simmons College

University of the District of Columbia

Cornell University

Lincoln University

Sonoma State University

University of Virginia

CSU East Bay

Loyola Maryland

Southeast Missouri State University

University of Missouri-St. Louis

CSU Northridge

Loyola University

Southern Alabama University

UW-Madison

CSU Sacramento

Loyola University of New Orleans

Southwestern College

UW-Milwaukee

CUNY Medgar Evers

Lycoming College

St Mary's University

Villanova University

Delaware State University

Marian University

St. John's University

Wake Forest

DePaul University

Marquette University

St. Joseph's University

Wellesley College

DeSales University

Marshall University

St. Louis University

Western Kentucky

Dominican College

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

St. Vincent University

Wilmington College

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

State University College at Buffalo

Worcester State

Emmanuel College

McDaniel College

SUNY Binghamton

Xaiver University

Evangel University

Mercy College

SUNY Oneanta

Yale University

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Merrimack College

Syracuse University

York College

NativityMiguel Graduates from high school in 2011 continue Kentucky State University San Francisco State University University of San Francisco Cabrini College Kentucky Wesleyan San Jose State Univesity University of South Florida California Maritime Academy education Kings College at the following Santa Barbara City College University of Texas-Brownsville their colleges and universities: Buffalo State College

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NativityMiguel Teachers {Epiphany School}

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NativityMiguel teachers are… {committed} Martha Altvater, Master Teacher, De La Salle Middle School at St. Matthew’s

Altvater is one of many excellent educators deeply committed to her students and the NativityMiguel mission. Since arriving at De La Salle in the fall of 2002, Altvater has worked to align the school curriculum with the expectations of the college preparatory high schools De La Salle’s Graduates attend. As a master teacher, Altvater mentors new teachers in addition to instructing language arts, social studies, speech, swimming, and several electives. She is one of our 499 committed, talented, and hard-working teachers.

Retaining excellent teachers is essential to assuring

stability in our schools. From the 2010 to 2011 school year, 76% of teachers returned to teach at their NativityMiguel School. Dedicated to providing a holistic education, our teachers also serve as coaches, advisors, and mentors. They take the time to build strong, beneficial relationships with students and their families and caregivers.

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Network schools seek to recruit and retain a talented

teaching staff dedicated to a vibrant mission. Our schools have an average of 9 full-time faculty members and 2 part-time teachers, of which 50% are certified teachers. As a Network we are looking to increase the percentage of certified teachers in coming years.

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We believe our teachers play the most instrumental

role in our schools, helping to shape our students’ minds, hearts and spirits through the quality of their instruction and example every day. The original Nativity Mission Center model of a volunteer teaching staff has evolved over time to one in which master teachers guide, on average, 2 volunteer teachers per school.

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Our schools are committed to small classes, which allows

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NativityMiguel School Finances Revenue Streams

The average operating costs per school for the 2010-2011 year was $1.3 million dollars. Collectively our schools raised over $65 million dollars last year.

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Fast Financial Facts: Network schools are non-tuition driven and depend on the support of individuals, foundations, corporations, and other partnerships: • The average total revenue at Network schools exceeds average total expenditures (excluding graduate support program expenditures) by 7%. • The average cost per middle school student is $15,393. • The family average expense in tuition or activity fees is $522 per student per year. • 30 NativityMiguel Schools have an endowment with an average of $2.3 million dollars.

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NativityMiguel School Scorecards {San Miguel Schools Chicago: Gary Comer Campus}

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School Scorecard 2010-11

Imago Dei Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

51 & 55 N. 6th Avenue (PO Box 3056) Tucson, AZ 85701 (520) 882-4008 www.imagodeischool.org 33%

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2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

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Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

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Annual Dismissal Rate

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100% African American

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Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 6 Race/Ethnicity:

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2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$984,151 Class Summary $13,482 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,049,584 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

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Tuition and Fees 54%

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Mission Effectiveness Standards

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President: Rev. Anne Sawyer Principal: Mr. Rick Schantz & Ms. Kitt Bret-Harte Founded: 2006 Grades: 5-8

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School Scorecard 2010-11

Sacred Heart Nativity Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

310 Edwards Ave San Jose, CA 95110 www.shnativity.org

(408) 993-1293

President: Rev. Peter G. Pabst, SJ Principal: Bridget McGarry & Jeff Cunjak

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Female

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Founded: 2001 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 135 Capacity: 144

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

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Fall

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Math 100%

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2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$2,362,105 Class Summary $17,117 Students Originally Enrolled: $2,412,080 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 17% 46%

Average Daily Attendance 11.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

Reading

Hispanic

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Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

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Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 14 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity: 14%

100%

3%

34%

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

0%

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduated

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

{22}

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Sacred Heart Nativity Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia Notre Dame de Namur, San Jose State Univesity California Maritime Academy

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100% 80%

73%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

86%

81%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

80%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

4-Year

12%

2-Year

6%

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

23%

59%

Military Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{23}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

De Marillac Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

175 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 www.demarillac.org

(415) 552-5220

Race/Ethnicity 11% 3%

Male

President: Mike Daniels Principal: Susan Smith

Hispanic

50%

50%

9%

African American

9%

Female

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Caucasian

Free Reduced-Price

22%

Not Eligible 69%

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2001 Grades: 4-8

77%

Enrollment: 115 Capacity: 115

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

100%

15%

98%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

2.5%

2.5%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

0.0%

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

5th

8th

2010-11 2010 11

Math

75%

Class of 2010-11

$2,150,000 Class Summary $18,067 Students Originally Enrolled: $2,500,000 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 18% 1%

Class Graduation Rate 0 21 21

Tuition and Fees

Other

0%

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

Organizational Donors 62%

√ √ √ √ √

Annual Dismissal Rate

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 19%

100%

Reading

Hispanic

80%

Average Daily Attendance 9.5

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 5 Race/Ethnicity: 10% 10%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

0 0 0 0 0

{24}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

De Marillac Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions San Francisco State University San Jose State University Sonoma State University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

87% 74%

71%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

80%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 7%

Graduated from High School

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

Trade/Vocational 43%

50%

Military Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{25}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Prep Academy San Diego Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

2755 55th Street San Diego, CA 92105 www.nativityprep.org

(619) 544-9455

Race/Ethnicity 2% 1%

Male

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2001 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 65 Capacity: 60

97%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

100%

12%

African American

Multi-Racial

$501,300 $7,833 $1,160,114 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

20%

2%

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

Winter

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Math Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information

48%

98%

8th

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

30%

Fall

100%

Caucasian

62%

98%

98%

Reading

Hispanic

13%

99%

Annual Dismissal Rate

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): TerraNova

2011-12 Staffing

13%

77%

Other

Average Daily Attendance

10.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

9. Active Network Participant

Full-time Teachers: 8 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

Free

23%

Hispanic

48%

52%

0%

African American

Female

President: Deacon Mike Daniels Principal: Mr. Brendan Sullivan

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class: Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

21 3 24 23 1 0 0 0

{26}

Class Graduation Rate 0% 4%

Graduated

Graduate Matriculation 14%

Remain Enrolled

Catholic

0% 32%

Transferred Out

Public Selective

Dismissed Deceased 96%

Unknown

Private

Public General 41% 13%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Prep Academy San Diego Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions University of Notre Dame de Namur University of San Francisco San Francisco State University San Diego State University Humboldt State University CSU Northridge CSU East Bay

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

80%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

87%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

Graduated from High School

2-Year

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

Class of 2007/11

46%

Trade/Vocational 54%

Dropped out w/out GED

Military Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{27}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Escuela de Guadalupe Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

3401 Pecos Street Denver, CO 80211 www.escuelaguadalupe.org

(303) 964-8456

Race/Ethnicity 7%2%

Male

African American

10%

Female

President: David Card Principal: Mariella Robledo

Free

Hispanic

50%

50%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Caucasian

Reduced-Price

38%

45%

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1999 Grades: K-5

Enrollment: 119 Capacity: 124

81%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance

7.6 √ √ √

100% 98%

12%

96%

96%

9%

94%

6%

90%

87% 2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

3% 0%

0.0%

0.0%

#N/A

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 11 Part-time Teachers: 3 Race/Ethnicity:

100% African American Hispanic Caucasian

64%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

98%

92%

9. Active Network Participant

36%

17%

Other

Multi-Racial

Fall

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

100%

Fall

Winter

Spring

Math 100%

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

0%

UG

th

th

Fall

Winter

UG

Spring

th

th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

$1,185,503 $9,879 $1,215,563 Individual Donors

10% 28% 41%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

21%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

25 15 40

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

17 4 16 2 0

{28}

Class Graduation Rate Graduated

3% 0% 5% 42% 40%

10%

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic

Remain Enrolled

Private

Transferred Out

Public Selective

Dismissed

Public General

Deceased

Public Other

Unknown

100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Escuela de Guadalupe Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Sufflok University Metropolitan State College of Denver

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100%

75%

80%

80% 45%

60% 40%

40% 20%

20% 0%

60%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

4-Year

20%

2-Year 40%

Dropped out w/ GED

Other/Unknown

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Remain in High School

Dropped out w/out GED

Class of 2007/11

Trade/Vocational Military

20%

Working Other 20%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{29}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

St. Martin de Porres Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

208 Columbus Ave. New Haven, CT 06519 www.saintmartinacademy.org

(203) 772-2424

Race/Ethnicity 9% 2%

Male

African American

Female

President: Allison Rivera Principal: Kelly O'Leary

47%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 11%

Hispanic

53%

33%

Free Reduced-Price

13%

Caucasian

56%

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2005 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 55 Capacity: 60

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

15%

100%

√ √

98%

97%

97%

97%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

3.0%

3.3%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

0.0%

0%

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

Class of 2010-11

$871,280 Class Summary $14,283 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,033,994 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 11%

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

5th

Class Graduation Rate 5 14 19

0% 0%7%

2010-11 2010 11

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated

15%

0%

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

49%

3%

Annual Dismissal Rate

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

37%

Average Daily Attendance 9.5

Reading

Hispanic

82%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 11 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity: 9% 9%

76%

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

13 0 1 0 0

Transferred Out

Public Selective

16%

Public General Dismissed 93%

{30}

Deceased

69%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Preparatory School of Wilmington Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1515 Linden Street Wilmington, DE 19805 www.nativitywilmington.org

(302) 777-1015

Race/Ethnicity

Male

10%

Female

African American

Free

21%

Hispanic

9%

President: John R. Matlusky Principal: Michael Hassler Founded: 2003 Grades: 5-8

5%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

100%

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

36%

Other

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

76%

Enrollment: 42 Capacity: 60

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance 11.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100% 98%

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

4.5%

5.3%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

#N/A

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

75%

Fall

100% African American

25%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 4 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

6th

8th

2010-11 2010 11

Math

75%

5th

Reduced-Price

43%

Caucasian

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$767,000 Class Summary $20,184 Students Originally Enrolled: $802,272 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Tuition and Fees 50% Organizational Donors 1%

0%

Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

16%

33%

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

{31}

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Preparatory School of Wilmington Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions DeSales University University of Delaware Wilmington College Delaware Technical Community College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100%

80%

71%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

4-Year 33%

Remain in High School

2-Year Trade/Vocational Military

56%

Working

Dropped out w/out GED 11%

Other/Unknown

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School

Dropped out w/ GED

Class of 2007/11

Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{32}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Serviam Girls Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

14 Halcyon Drive New Castle, DE 19720 www.serviamgirlsacademy.org

(302) 651-9700

Race/Ethnicity 7%

Male 16%

Female

President: Jeanne Rapley Principal: Stacy Solomon, Dean of Academics Founded: 2008 Grades: 5-8

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

100%

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

9.8 15%

100%

√ √

98%

96%

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

2.7%

2.3%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

2010-11 2010 11

Math

Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$786,846 Class Summary $17,883 Students Originally Enrolled: $884,048 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 12%

Class Graduation Rate 18 0 18

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees 52% Organizational Donors

1%

Not Eligible

Winter

5th

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

35%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Other

Reading

Hispanic

86%

Free

Hispanic

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): TerraNova

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 6 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity: 14%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

African American

Multi-Racial

77%

Enrollment: 31 Capacity: 62

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

8 0 0 2 0

20%

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Graduated

0%

Remain Enrolled

0%

Catholic 25%

38%

Private Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed

Public Other

80% Deceased

{33}

37%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Washington Jesuit Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

900 Varnum Street NE Washington, DC 20017 www.wjacademy.org

(202) 832-7679

Race/Ethnicity 7%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Free 27%

Hispanic

President: William B. Whitaker Principal: Marcus Washington

Reduced-Price

44%

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2001 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 75 Capacity: 81

93%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

29%

Other

Average Daily Attendance 12.0 √ √ √

100% 98%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

7.9%

7.9%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

#N/A

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

75%

Fall

100% African American

25%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 10 Part-time Teachers: 2 Race/Ethnicity:

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

5th

8th

2010-11 2010 11

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$2,626,580 Class Summary $34,560 Students Originally Enrolled: $3,170,200 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 5%

0%

Tuition and Fees 70%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

25% 0%

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

{34}

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Washington Jesuit Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Penn State University Delaware State University University of Virginia Fayetteville State Randolph-Macon College Hagerstown Community College Sage College of Albany Naval Academy Prep School Florida A&M

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

90%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100% 65%

80% 60%

60% 40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

80%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

University of the District of Columbia Virginia Union

Graduated from High School

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 8%

4-Year

8%

2-Year

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 84%

Other/Unknown

Class of 2007/11

Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{35}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Washington Middle School for Girls Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20020 (202) 678-1113 www.washingtonmiddleschoolforgirls.org

Race/Ethnicity

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Male

African American

Female

Hispanic

President: Sister Mary Bourdon, RJM Principal: Angela Stepancic and Charlene Hursey Enrollment: 105 Capacity: 110

100%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Reduced-Price

Caucasian Multi-Racial

Founded: 1998 Grades: 4-8

Free 25%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

11%

Other

Average Daily Attendance 9.0 √ √ √

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100% 97%

98% 96%

95%

95%

12% 9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic 57%

Fall

100% African American

43%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 10 Part-time Teachers: 4 Race/Ethnicity:

Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

Math Fall

100%

75%

5th

Not Eligible

64%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,706,764 Class Summary $17,240 Students Originally Enrolled: $2,102,025 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

0%

37%

1%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduate Matriculation 6%0%

Graduated

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

15 0 0 0 0

Catholic 27%

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

12%

50%

Class Graduation Rate 5 21 26

Private Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 100%

{36}

Deceased

67%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Washington Middle School for Girls Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Marshall University Delaware State University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 9 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 100%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

90% 67%

80%

80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20%

0%

0%

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School 33%

4-Year

17% 33%

Dropped out w/ GED

Trade/Vocational Working Other

50%

Other/Unknown

2-Year Military

Dropped out w/out GED 11%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Remain in High School 56%

Class of 2007/11

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 7 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

14%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{37}

86%

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

San Miguel School of Washington DC Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

7705 Georgia Avenue NW Washington, DC 20012 www.sanmigueldc.org

2022328345

Race/Ethnicity 0% 2% 0%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Principal: Bro. Francis Eells, FSC

15%

0%

Free

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2002 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 61 Capacity: 61

98%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Average Daily Attendance

8.0 100%

√ √

98%

Fall

100% African American Hispanic

Multi-Racial

12% 9% 6%

92%

3% 2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

0%

3.8%

3.3%

2008-09

2009-10

0.0%

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

5th

8th

2010-11

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 0%

15%

94%

Reading

Caucasian 80%

98%

97%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 4 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity: 20%

97%

Annual Dismissal Rate

96%

90%

9. Active Network Participant

0%

85%

Other

N/A

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

13 6 19

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

0 0 14 5 0

Class Graduation Rate Graduated

0% 26%

74%

{38}

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic

Remain Enrolled

Private

Transferred Out

Public Selective

Dismissed

Public General

Deceased

Public Other

Unknown

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

San Miguel School of Washington DC Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions University of Maryland Virginia Commonwealth University of the District of Columbia Catholic University Marymount University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100% 80%

59%

80%

63%

56%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

60%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Dropped out w/ GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

11% 0%

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

2-Year

11%

Trade/Vocational

0%

Military

11%

Dropped out w/out GED

67%

Other/Unknown

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 0%

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

4-Year Degree

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{39}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Academy Prep Center of St. Petersburg Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

2301 22nd Ave South St. Petersburg , FL 33712 www.academyprep.orJ

(727) 322-0800

Race/Ethnicity 5%3%

Male

46%

7%

African American

Female

r PrLncipal: Leanne Bayne

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility Free

13%

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

54%

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1997 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 91 Capacity: 120

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

19%

Average Daily Attendance 11.0 √ √ √

100%

Fall

100% African American Hispanic

Multi-Racial

99%

15% 12% 9%

96% 93%

94% 92% 90%

6% 3%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

100%

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

Math Fall

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,419,890 Class Summary N/A Students Originally Enrolled: $1,769,184 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 10 26 36

27% Tuition and Fees 2% 21%

Organizational Donors Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

Graduated

0%

Individual Donors

50%

Annual Dismissal Rate

98%

Reading

Caucasian

69%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

80%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 10 Part-time Teachers: 6 Race/Ethnicity: 12%

92%

33%

2 0 4 0 0

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Private

Remain Enrolled

Public Selective

Transferred Out 67%

0%

Public General Dismissed Deceased

{40}

Catholic

Public Other 100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Academy Prep Center of St. Petersburg Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions University of North Florida Evangel University Florida International University Agness-Scott College Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Flagler College Florida Atlantic University University of South Florida Bethune-Cookman University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 11 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

93%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

92%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

4-Year

17%

2-Year Trade/Vocational

8%

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 100%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

75%

Other/Unknown

Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 7 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

14%

15%

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

14%

40%

Some College High School

20% 0%

4-Year Degree

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{41}

57%

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Academy Prep Center of Tampa Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1407 East Columbus Dr Tampa, FL 33605 www.academyprep.org

(813) 248-5600

Race/Ethnicity

Male

Founded: 2003 Grades: 5-8

48%

52%

3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

15%

100% 98%

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

Reading

Fall

100% African American

53%

Annual Dismissal Rate

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

#N/A

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 15 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

40%

80%

Average Daily Attendance

11.0 √ √ √

9. Active Network Participant

7%

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial Other

School Culture

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

16%

Enrollment: 121 Capacity: 124

Mission Effectiveness Standards

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Math Fall

100%

75%

5th

Free

15%

Hispanic

65%

1. Faith Based

5%

African American

11% 7% 1%

Female

President: Lincoln J. Tamayo Principal: Lincoln J. Tamayo

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

8th

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 17% 37%

1%

$1,571,315 N/A $1,784,433 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

45%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class: Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

Class Graduation Rate

33 15 48 17 0 4 5 0

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated

Catholic

0% 5%3%

Remain Enrolled 35% 46%

Transferred Out Dismissed

0%11%

{42}

0% 8%

Private Public Selective

32%

55%

Deceased Unknown

Public General Public Other

5%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Academy Prep Center of Tampa Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

95%

100%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

5%

6%

4-Year 2-Year

11%

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

Military 17%

61%

Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{43}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Chicago Jesuit Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

5058 West Jackson Boulevard Chicago, IL 60644 www.cjacademy.org

(773) 638-6103

Race/Ethnicity 2%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Free

11%

Hispanic

President: Matthew Lynch Principal: Thomas Beckley

Reduced-Price

22%

Caucasian

Not Eligible 67%

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2005 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 93 Capacity: 98

98%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance

10.5 √ √ √ √ √ √

100% 98%

Fall

100% African American Hispanic

Multi-Racial

12% 9% 6%

92%

3% 2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

4.7%

4.7%

2008-09

2009-10

0.0%

0%

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Math Fall

100%

75%

8th

0%

2010-11

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 4%

$1,750,469 $20,354 $3,836,104 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees

56% 0%

15%

94%

Reading

Caucasian

40%

98%

98%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): TerraNova

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 11 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

83%

98%

Annual Dismissal Rate

96%

90%

9. Active Network Participant

17%

Other

Organizational Donors Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

7 7 14

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

14 0 0 0 0

Class Graduation Rate 0%

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Catholic

11% 0%

Private

7%

Transferred Out Dismissed

Public Selective 50%

18%

Deceased 100%

{44}

Unknown

Public General Public Other

14%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Academy at St. Boniface Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

529 East Liberty Street Louisville, KY 40202 www.nativitylouisville.org

(502) 855-3300

Race/Ethnicity 2% 4% 3%

Male

President: Carol Nord Principal: Meghan Weyland Founded: 2003 Grades: 6-8

47%

African American

13%

Female 53%

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

0%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible 84%

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

10.0 100%

√ √

98%

98%

98%

97%

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

1.6%

1.6%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): TerraNova

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

75%

Fall

100% African American

25%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 6 Part-time Teachers: 2 Race/Ethnicity:

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

5th

Free

Hispanic

Other

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards

16%

Multi-Racial

78%

Enrollment: 55 Capacity: 72

1. Faith Based

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

8th

0%

5th

0.0% 2010-11 2010 11

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$896,608 Class Summary $14,010 Students Originally Enrolled: $916,588 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 19 1 20

0% 5%

Tuition and Fees 52% Organizational Donors

21% 2%

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

19 1 0 0 0

0%

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

25%

Graduate Matriculation Catholic

27%

Private Public Selective

Transferred Out Dismissed 95%

{45}

Deceased

5% 5%

63%

Public General Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Academy at St. Boniface Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Kentucky State University Jefferson Community College St. Catharine College Kentucky Wesleyan University of Kentucky Hanover Georgetown College Western Kentucky

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 13 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100%

80%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 6%

Graduated from High School

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

Trade/Vocational

33%

Military 61%

Working Other

100%

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{46}

No HS/GED Other


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Good Shepherd School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information 353 Baronne Street New Orleans, LA 70112 www.thegoodshepherdschool.org

Gender

(504) 598-9399

President: Ronnie Briggs Principal: Emily M. Paul

47%

Race/Ethnicity

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 13%0%

Male

African American

Female

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

53%

Free

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2001 Grades: K-7

Enrollment: 87 Capacity: 96

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

98% 96%

96%

95%

12% 9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

6.0%

5.6%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

#N/A

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

5th

8th

2010-11 2010 11

Math

50%

Class of 2010-11

$1,011,000 Class Summary $11,360 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,264,000 Students Transferred In:

Class Graduation Rate 6 0 6

0%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

1%

15%

100%

√ √

75%

Total Students Ever In Class:

39%

Annual Dismissal Rate

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

42%

Average Daily Attendance 9.0

Reading

African American

18%

87%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 8 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

100%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

0 0 0 0 0

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

{47}

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Blessed Stephen Bellesini OSA Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

94 Bradford Street Lawrence, MA 01840 www.bellesiniacademy.org

(978) 989-0004

Race/Ethnicity 3% 2%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 9%

African American

Female

Hispanic

President: Julie DiFilippo Principal: Kara Rogers (Assistant Director)

Free Reduced-Price

19%

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2002 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 57 Capacity: 60

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance 11.5 √ √ √ √ √ √

100%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

98%

98%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

#N/A

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

English/Language Arts

Reading

Fall

100% African American Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math 100%

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

8th

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$790,000 Class Summary $13,621 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,032,265 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 2%

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

1%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

0%

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors 28%

69%

72%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

95%

100%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

{48}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Blessed Stephen Bellesini OSA Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Providence College Boston College Anna Maria College Merrimack College Wheaton College Pace University U-Mass Amherst Assumption

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

89%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

91%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 10%

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED

Other Other/Unknown

90%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{49}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Epiphany School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

154 Centre Street Dorchester, MA 02124 www.epiphanyschool.com

(617) 326-0425

Race/Ethnicity 8% 3% 8%

Male Female

President: John Finley Principal: Michelle Sanchez Founded: 1997 Grades: 5-8

African American

47%

53%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

18%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible 82%

Other

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100% 98%

96%

12%

96%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford

2011-12 Staffing

38%

Hispanic Caucasian

56%

Fall

100% African American

6%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 15 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

Math Fall

100%

75%

5th

Free

Hispanic

Average Daily Attendance 12.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

0%

Multi-Racial

81%

Enrollment: 87 Capacity: 80

1. Faith Based

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$2,376,288 Class Summary $25,829 Students Originally Enrolled: $3,451,574 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 15%

1%

Class Graduation Rate 23 4 27

Graduated

12% 0%

Organizational Donors 84%

Other

18%

0%

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees

Graduate Matriculation

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

22 3 0 0 0

{50}

Transferred Out

Catholic Private 37%

9%

Public Selective Public General

Dismissed 88%

Deceased

Public Other 36%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Epiphany School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Morehouse College UMass Boston Bentley University Trinity College Boston College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 15 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100%

80%

80%

61%

56%

60%

60% 40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

80%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

20%

8%

4-Year

8%

2-Year Trade/Vocational

17%

Military 67%

Dropped out w/out GED 80%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

Class of 2007/11

Other/Unknown

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 21 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

10%

100%

2-Year Degree

5%

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

25%

20% 0%

Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{51}

60%

High School GED No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Esperanza Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

198 Garden Street Lawrence, MA 01840 esperanzaacademy.org

9786864373

0%

Race/Ethnicity 9%0%9%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 10%0%

African American

Female

President: Chris Wilson Principal:

Free

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2006 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: Capacity:

82%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance

10.5 √ √ √

99%

15%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09

Reading

Fall

100% African American Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

2009-10

2010-11

Winter

0.0%

2008-09

2009-10

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

5th

2010-11

Math Fall

100%

75%

1.4%

0.0%

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 0%

100%

Annual Dismissal Rate

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 8 Part-time Teachers: Race/Ethnicity:

100%

100%

100%

9. Active Network Participant

0%

90%

Other

$1,360,000 N/A $1,150,000 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

5 19 24

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

14 0 9 1 0

Class Graduation Rate Graduated

0% 4%

38% 58% 0%

{52}

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic

Remain Enrolled

Private

Transferred Out

Public Selective

Dismissed

Public General

Deceased

Public Other

Unknown

Unknown


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Mother Caroline Academy and Education Center Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

515 Blue Hill Avenue Dorchester, MA 02121 www.mcaec.org

(617) 427-1177

Race/Ethnicity 4% 2%

Male Female

Founded: 1993 Grades: 5-8

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

72%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

74%

Average Daily Attendance 9.5 √

100%

15%

98%

98%

√ √ √

Annual Dismissal Rate

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

1.7%

1.7%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

5th

8th

#N/A 2010-11 2010 11

Math

75%

Class of 2010-11

$2,007,641 Class Summary $34,028 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,958,804 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

0%

Tuition and Fees 54%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

23%

2%

Not Eligible

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

21%

Reduced-Price

Other

Reading

Hispanic

92%

19%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 13 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity: 8%

Free

Multi-Racial

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards

Hispanic Caucasian

Enrollment: 54 Capacity: 60

1. Faith Based

7%

African American

22%

President: Ed Hudner Principal: Michelle Albert and Betty Brown

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

{53}

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Mother Caroline Academy and Education Center Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Harvard Wellesley College Bridgewater State University Wake Forest Worcester State Emmanuel College St. John's Wheelock Massachusetts College of Art

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 100%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Simmons Regis College Pine Manor

Graduated from High School

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

14%

2-Year Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED

Other 86%

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 30 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100% 25%

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

2-Year Degree

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{54}

75%

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Preparatory School Boston Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

39 Lamartine St. Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 www.nativityboston.org

(877) 280-0031

Race/Ethnicity

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Male 27%

Female 43%

President: John C. Wronski, S.J. Principal: Daniel Roy

11%

Free

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

32%

Not Eligible

57%

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1990 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 56 Capacity: 60

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance 12.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

100%

Annual Dismissal Rate

99%

98%

98%

98%

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

15% 15%

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

62%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Hispanic

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

100%

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

8th

0%

5th

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,467,818 Class Summary $25,751 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,676,825 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 16 1 17

0% 6% 0%

33%

Tuition and Fees 58%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated

Graduate Matriculation Catholic

0%7% 7%

Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

8% 1%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 11 Part-time Teachers: 2 Race/Ethnicity: 8%

30%

100%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

15 0 1 0 0

{55}

13%

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 94%

Deceased

73%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Preparatory School Boston Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Loyola Maryland Boston College Lassel College Seton Hall Newbury College Bridgewater State U. Salem State U. Regis College Juilliard School of Dance

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 13 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 100%

100% 80%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

83%

59%

100% 80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20%

0%

0%

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 8%

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 10%

Graduated from High School

4-Year 2-Year

15%

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 77%

Other Other/Unknown

90%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 17 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

12%

2-Year Degree

80% 60%

41%

40%

Some College High School

20% 0%

Trade School Degree

Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{56}

47%

GED No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Preparatory School of New Bedford Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

66 Spring Street New Bedford, MA 02740 www.nativitynb.org

(508) 994-3800

Race/Ethnicity 4%5%

Male

9%

Female

President: Stephen Pettey Principal: Kimberly Wall

41% 41%

Founded: 2000 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 54 Capacity: 57

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

98%

Annual Dismissal Rate

99%

100%

97%

97%

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

1.8%

1.8%

1.9%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

Class of 2010-11

$647,979 Class Summary $11,781 Students Originally Enrolled: $688,233 Students Transferred In:

8th

Class Graduation Rate 6 10 16

0% 6% 0%

0%

5th

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

15 0 0 1 0

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees

1%

Average Daily Attendance 10.5 √ √ √

75%

Total Students Ever In Class:

53%

Not Eligible

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

24%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Other

Reading

African American

22%

Free

Hispanic

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 8 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

African American

Multi-Racial

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 94%

{57}

Deceased

Public Other 100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Preparatory School of New Bedford Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

88%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

86%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

Trade/Vocational Military

Dropped out w/out GED

Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{58}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity School of Worcester Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

67 Lincoln St. Worcester, MA 01605 www.nativityworcester.org

(508) 799-0100

Race/Ethnicity

Male

28%

Free

11%

Hispanic

13%

President: Alex Zequeira Principal: Sean Dillon

7%

African American

13%

Female

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2003 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 54 Capacity: 58

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

99%

98%

98%

15%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

1.7%

1.8%

1.8%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$1,009,037 Class Summary $18,019 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,156,274 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 1%

8th

0%

5th

Class Graduation Rate 15 0 15

0%

55%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees

1%

100%

Annual Dismissal Rate

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

43%

Average Daily Attendance 11.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

Reading

Hispanic

85%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

82%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 12 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity: 15%

46%

100%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

14 0 0 0 0

{59}

Graduate Matriculation 0% 0%7%

Catholic Private

14%

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 100%

Deceased

79%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity School of Worcester Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions College of the Holy Cross Yale University St. Anselm College DePaul University Providence College Framingham State University Johnson and Wales University University of California, Berkeley Quinsigamond Community College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 13 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100%

80%

70%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Eastern Nazarene College

8%

4-Year 2-Year

15%

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 100%

77%

Other/Unknown

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{60}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Mother Seton Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

2215 Greenmount Avenue Baltimore, MD 21218 www.mothersetonacademy.org

(410) 563-2833

Race/Ethnicity

Male

14%

1%

Free

21%

Hispanic

47%

53%

5%

African American

Female

President: Sister Charmaine Krohe, SSND Principal: Laura Minakowski

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1993 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 73 Capacity: 90

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

100%

√ √

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

1.5%

1.4%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

0.0% 2010-11 2010 11

Math Fall

100%

50%

Class of 2010-11

$1,248,547 Class Summary $16,872 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,402,324 Students Transferred In:

Class Graduation Rate 25 0 25

8% 0%

Individual Donors

1%

98%

97%

75%

Total Students Ever In Class:

39%

98%

98%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

34%

Annual Dismissal Rate

9.0

Reading

African American

26%

74%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 8 Part-time Teachers: 2 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

85%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

21 0 2 1 0

Graduate Matriculation 10%0%

Graduated

0% 4%

Remain Enrolled

Catholic Private

9%

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 88%

{61}

Deceased

Public Other 81%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Mother Seton Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Kings College Mount St. Marys La Salle University Stevenson University Seton Hall University Allbright College Coppin State University Towson University Frostburg University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 22 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

95%

100%

78%

80%

80%

56%

60%

60% 40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) Santa Barbara City College California

14%

Remain in High School

4-Year

15%

2-Year

5%

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED 82%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School

4%

Class of 2007/11

55% 25%

Military Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 20 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

8%

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

31%

60%

23%

40%

Some College High School

20% 0%

Trade School Degree

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{62}

23%

15%

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

740 N. Calvert Street Baltimore, MD 21202 www.saintignatius.org

(410) 539-8268

Race/Ethnicity 3% 1% 4%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Free

14%

Hispanic

President: John Ciccone Principal: Teresa Scott

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

25%

Founded: 1993 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 71 Capacity: 78

92%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

100%

√ √ √ √ √

98%

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

9% 6%

92%

3% 2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

100%

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

8th

0%

Winter

5th

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

$1,551,810 $20,970 $1,647,241 Individual Donors

22%

Tuition and Fees

2%

12%

94%

Reading

African American

19%

15%

97%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 10 Part-time Teachers: 3 Race/Ethnicity:

77%

97%

Annual Dismissal Rate

96%

90%

9. Active Network Participant

23%

Other

Average Daily Attendance

9.3

Not Eligible

61%

Multi-Racial

57%

Organizational Donors Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

25 0 25

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

22 0 0 0 0

{63}

Class Graduation Rate

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated 12% 0%

16%

Remain Enrolled

0% 12%

Private

Transferred Out Dismissed Deceased 88%

Unknown

Catholic

Public Selective 20%

Public General 52%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions McDaniel College Peabody Conservatory Mount Saint Mary's Arcadia University Penn State University St. Vincent University Bowie State University Bucknell University George Washington University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 21 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100% 80%

77%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

90%

80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Loyola University University of Maryland College Park Howard County Community College Community College of Baltimore County

10%

Graduated from High School Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

10% 5%

2-Year Trade/Vocational

20%

Military 65%

Dropped out w/out GED 90%

Class of 2007/11

Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 23 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

45%

40%

55%

20% 0%

Some College High School GED

Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{64}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Sisters Academy of Baltimore Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

139 First Avenue Baltimore, MD 21227 www.sistersacademy.org

(410) 242-1212

Race/Ethnicity 8%1% 5% 5%

Male Female

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American Hispanic

President: Delia Dowling, SSND Principal: Debra Liesen, SSND

11%

Free Reduced-Price

18%

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2004 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 63 Capacity: 63

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

100%

√ √

98%

98% 96%

95%

95%

15% 12% 9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

4.4%

4.6%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

3.1%

2010-11 2010 11

Math Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$914,703 Class Summary $14,072 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,045,527 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 10%

Class Graduation Rate 0 20 20

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees 53%

2%

Annual Dismissal Rate

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

35%

Average Daily Attendance 9.5

Reading

Hispanic

93%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

71%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 9 Part-time Teachers: 5 Race/Ethnicity: 7%

81%

100%

Organizational Donors Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

15 0 3 2 0

{65}

Graduated

10%0%

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Private

Remain Enrolled

15%

Public Selective

Transferred Out

0%

Catholic

Public General 75%

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other 100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Loyola Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

3851 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108 www.loyolaacademy.org

(314) 531-9091

Race/Ethnicity 1%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

President: H. Eric Clark Principal: Katherine L. Petron

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Enrollment: 68 Capacity: 70

99%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Other

Average Daily Attendance 9.0 √ √ √ √

100%

100%

Annual Dismissal Rate

100% 98%

15%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

1.8% 2008-09 2008 09

100% African American

30%

Hispanic Caucasian

70%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Fall

Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Math Fall

100%

75%

4.8%

4.5%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 6 Part-time Teachers: 4 Race/Ethnicity:

Not Eligible

59%

18%

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1999 Grades: 6-8

Free

23%

Hispanic

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,135,683 Class Summary $18,027 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,073,236 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

48%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

6%

0%

Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

16%

30%

Class Graduation Rate 16 9 25

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

0 0 0 4 0

{66}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed 100%

Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Loyola Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions University of Chicago DePaul University Loyola Universtiy of New Orleans University of Missouri-Columbia Universtiy of Missouri-St. Louis Southern Alabama University Lindenwood University Southern Illinois University-Carbondale University of Kansas-Lawrence

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 16 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 94%

100%

95%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

94%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

6%

4-Year 2-Year

18%

Trade/Vocational Military

6%

Dropped out w/out GED 81%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School

19%

Class of 2007/11

70%

Other/Unknown

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 15 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100% 80%

28%

29%

60%

Trade School Degree Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

2-Year Degree

7% Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{67}

GED No HS/GED

36%

Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Marian Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

4130 Wyoming St. Louis, MO 63116 www.marianmiddleschool.org

3147717674

0%

Race/Ethnicity

Male

11%

Female

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

83%

Average Daily Attendance 10.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100% 98% 96%

12%

96%

95%

95%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

3.9%

4.2%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

0.0%

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Math Fall

100%

75%

8th

0%

2010-11 2010 11

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,207,895 Class Summary N/A Students Originally Enrolled: $1,716,320 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 0%

Class Graduation Rate 9 3 12

0%

Tuition and Fees 55%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduate Matriculation 8%0%

Graduated

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

42%

3%

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial Other

Reading

Hispanic

86%

67%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 2 Race/Ethnicity: 0%14%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

Free

10%

Hispanic

9%

Enrollment: 70 Capacity: 80

7%

African American

9%

President: Maureen A. Herrmann Principal: Christy Leming Founded: 1999 Grades: 5-8

4%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

12 0 0 0 0

{68}

42%

Transferred Out Dismissed 100%

Deceased

Public Selective Public General

42%

Public Other 8%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Marian Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions University of Missouri- Columbia University of Missouri- St. Louis Philander Smith College California State University- Sacramento Lincoln University (MO) Southeast Missouri State University Blackburn College St. Louis University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 19 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 85%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

84%

79%

80%

80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 11%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

13%

Graduated from High School

5%

Class of 2007/11

2-Year Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

Trade/Vocational 25%

Military 62%

Dropped out w/out GED 84%

Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 6 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{69}

No HS/GED 100%

Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

De La Salle Middle School at St Matthew's Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

4145 Kennerly Avenue St. Louis, MO 63113 www.delasallems.org

(314) 531-9820

President: Corey Quinn Principal: Phil Pusateri

48%

Race/Ethnicity

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Male

African American

Female

Hispanic

8%

Free

13%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

52%

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2001 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 63 Capacity: 63

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

15%

100%

12%

98% 95%

95%

96% 93%

94%

6%

92%

√

90%

9% 4.0%

3.5%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

3% 2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0.0%

0%

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

2010-11 2010 11

Math Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$947,353 Class Summary $16,620 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,573,330 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 10%

5th

Class Graduation Rate 15 7 22

14%

Graduated

0%

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors 49%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

2%

Annual Dismissal Rate

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

39%

Average Daily Attendance 9.0 √

Reading

Hispanic

83%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

79%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 6 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity: 17%

100%

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

14 0 4 3 0

{70}

19% 0%

Graduate Matriculation 14%

0%

Catholic Private

0%

Public Selective

Transferred Out 67%

Public General Dismissed Deceased

Public Other 86%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

De La Salle Middle School at St Matthew's Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions St. Louis University Dillard University University of Central Missouri University of Missouri at Kansas City McDaniel College Ottawa University Missouri University of Science and Technology Lake Land College University of Missouri Columbia

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 11 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

82%

75%

80%

80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Earlham College Lane College

9%

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

82%

Other/Unknown

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School 9%

Class of 2007/11

4-Year

18%

2-Year

6%

Trade/Vocational

6%

Military 70%

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{71}

No HS/GED Other


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Jesuit Academy of Omaha Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

2311 N 22nd St Omaha, NE 68110 www.jesuitmso.org

4023464464

0%

Race/Ethnicity 0% 5%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Free 28%

Hispanic

President: Rev. Tom Neitzke S.J. Principal: Patrick Rusca

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1996 Grades: 4-8

Reduced-Price 50%

Caucasian

Enrollment: 60 Capacity: 75

95%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

22%

Other

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

8.5 100%

98%

√ √

15%

97%

97%

97%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

1.8% 0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 7 Part-time Teachers: Race/Ethnicity:

Fall

100%

0%

African American 29% 0%

71%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

2010-11 2010 11

Math Fall

100%

75%

5th

Not Eligible

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$793,355 Class Summary N/A Students Originally Enrolled: $805,792 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 0%

52% Organizational Donors 5%

9%0% 0%

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees

43%

Class Graduation Rate 9 10 19

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Graduated

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled 40%

10 0 1 0 0

Transferred Out Dismissed 91%

{72}

Deceased

Public Selective Public General

60% 0%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Jesuit Academy of Omaha Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Briar Cliff University Xaiver University American Institute of Buisiness University of Nebraska Omaha Metro Community College Iowa Western Community College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

92%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

82%

80%

80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Dropped out w/ GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

11%

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

2-Year

11% 45% 11%

Trade/Vocational Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED

Other Other/Unknown

22%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 12 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 0%

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

4-Year Degree

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{73}

No HS/GED 100%

Other


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Brooklyn Jesuit Prep Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

560 Sterling Place Brooklyn, NY 11238 www.NYNativity.org

(716) 638-5884

Race/Ethnicity 10%

Male

African American

Female

President: Jack Podsiadlo, SJ Principal: Brian Chap

49%

51%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

34%

56%

0%

21%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2003 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 89 Capacity: 120

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

9.0 100%

√ √ √ √ √

98%

15%

98%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

2.6%

2.5%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

#N/A

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic Caucasian

17%

Fall

100% African American

25%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 12 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

58%

79%

Other

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

6th

8th

2010-11 2010 11

Math

75%

5th

Free

Hispanic

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,168,712 Class Summary $14,429 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,388,447 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 0%

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

Tuition and Fees 4% 70%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

26%

0%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

{74}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Brooklyn Jesuit Prep Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Rochester Brooklyn College University of Connecticut University of Albany Penn State

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

93%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

20%

2-Year

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 80%

Other/Unknown

Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 15 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

7%

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{75}

No HS/GED 93%

Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

The NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information 21 Davidson Avenue Buffalo, NY 14215 www.NativityMiguelBuffalo.org

Gender

(716) 836-5188

Race/Ethnicity 2% 4% 2%

Male 24%

African American

Female

President: Nancy Langer Principal: Father Edward Durkin, S.J. Founded: 2004 Grades: 5-8

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

7%

Free

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

86%

Other

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

8.5 15%

100%

√ √ √ √

12%

98% 96%

95%

95%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

5.9%

5.3%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

#N/A

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 8 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

Fall

100% African American Hispanic

50%

92%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

7%

Multi-Racial

76%

Enrollment: 82 Capacity: 160

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

50%

Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

5th

8th

2010-11 2010 11

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 9%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

6%

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

0%

Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

50%

35%

$607,965 $6,400 $670,388

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

{76}

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

The NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

D'Youville College Alfred University Hilbert College LeMoyne College State University College at Buffalo (Buffalo State College)

85%

100% 80%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100% 77%

64%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

80%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

4-Year 2-Year

29%

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

6% 6%

Other/Unknown

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

59%

Military Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{77}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Cornelia Connelly Center Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

220 East 4th Street New York, NY 10009 www.connellycenter.org

(212) 982-2287

Race/Ethnicity 4% 8% 6%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

9%

Hispanic

President: Heather Raftery Principal: Shalonda Neeley Gutierrez

Free

9%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1993 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 77 Capacity: 80

82%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

82%

Other

Average Daily Attendance

8.5 √ √ √ √ √ √

100%

9. Active Network Participant

99%

99%

98%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

1.3%

1.3%

2008-09

2009-10

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 9 Part-time Teachers: 2 Race/Ethnicity:

Fall

100% African American

9%

Hispanic 27% 64%

Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

Math Fall

100%

5th

0.0% 2010-11

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

$1,201,767 $15,813 $1,938,136 Individual Donors

21% 42%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

35%

2%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class: Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

18 0 18 18 0 0 0 0

{78}

Class Graduation Rate 0%

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated

Catholic

11% 0%

Remain Enrolled Transferred Out Dismissed Deceased 100%

Unknown

Private

11%

Public Selective

11%

Public General 67%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Cornelia Connelly Center Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Cabrini College Syracuse University City College of New York, CUNY Hunter College Beloit University John Jay College SUNY Binghamton LeMoyne College St. John's University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 13 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 88%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

92%

85%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

CUNY, City Tech

8%

Graduated from High School

8%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 8%

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 84%

Class of 2007/11

Other

Other/Unknown

92%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 15 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 8%

100% 80%

4-Year Degree 2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

15%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{79}

No HS/GED 77%

Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Mission Center Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

204 Forsyth Street New York, NY 10002 www.nativitymissionschool.org

(212) 477-2472

Race/Ethnicity 6%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 6%

African American

Female

Hispanic

President: Fr. Jack Podsiadlo, SJ Principal: Daniel Perez

Free

13%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1971 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 16 Capacity: 16

94%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance

10.0 √

100%

√ √ √

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3% 2008-09

Reading

Fall

100% African American Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

2009-10

2010-11

0%

8.6%

Winter

2008-09

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

5th

2009-10

2010-11

Math Fall

100%

75%

5.7%

5.5%

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 0%

$791,429 $22,612 $1,020,228 Individual Donors

37%

Tuition and Fees 60%

3%

98%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

80%

99%

98%

Annual Dismissal Rate

98%

90%

9. Active Network Participant

20%

81%

Other

Organizational Donors Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

17 2 19

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

17 0 1 1 0

Class Graduation Rate

5% 0%

0% 5%

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated 18%

Remain Enrolled Transferred Out

Catholic

0%

Private

6% 0%

Public Selective

Dismissed Deceased 90%

{80}

Unknown

Public General 76%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Mission Center Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions College of the Holy Cross Boston College Villanova University Mount St. Vincent City College of New York John Jay University Mercy College York College Lehman College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 17 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

79%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

88%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

New York City College of Technology School of Visual Arts

Graduated from High School

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 6%

6%

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 100%

Class of 2007/11

Other

Other/Unknown

88%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 14 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

9%

100% 80%

4-Year Degree 2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

18%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{81}

No HS/GED 73%

Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

St. Ignatius School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

740 Manida Street Bronx, NY 10474 www.bronxignatius.org

(718) 861-9084

Race/Ethnicity

Male

African American

15%

Female

President: Rev. Jack Podsiadlo, SJ Principal: John Omernik

47%

53%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 9%

4%

Free

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1995 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 98 Capacity: 100

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American Hispanic

Multi-Racial

100% 98%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

97%

12%

96%

9%

94%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

1.2%

1.1%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

5th

8th

#N/A 2010-11 2010 11

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,055,096 Class Summary $11,723 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,319,649 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 0%

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

Tuition and Fees 69%

Organizational Donors Other

0%

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

27% 4%

Average Daily Attendance 9.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

Reading

Caucasian 82%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

87%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 10 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity: 18%

85%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

{82}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

St. Ignatius School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions St. Joseph's University State University of New York - Delhi City University of New York - Staten Island

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

89%

100% 80%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

62%

60%

80% 60%

50%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

13%

Graduated from High School

2-Year Remain in High School

13%

37%

Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

Trade/Vocational Military

12%

Working Other

Other/Unknown

25%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{83}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

St. Aloysius School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

223 West 132nd Street New York, NY 10027 www.staloysiusschool.org

(212) 283-0921

Race/Ethnicity 9%1%

Male 10%

Female

President: John J. Lavagnino Principal: Carol Martino Founded: 1990 Grades: PreK-8

45%

55%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

100%

Other

Average Daily Attendance 9.0 √ √ √ √ √

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100%

12%

98% 96%

95%

94%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0.8%

0.9%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

32%

16%

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian

47%

English/Language Arts

Reading

African American

5%

Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

2010-11 Financial Information

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$3,950,000 Class Summary $18,037 Students Originally Enrolled: $3,172,000 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

8th

Class Graduation Rate 0 18 18

0%

0%

5th

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduated

Graduate Matriculation 0% 6%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

18 0 0 0 0

{84}

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors 26%

17%

Winter

0.0% 2010-11 2010 11

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

23%

Free

Hispanic

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): NWEA MAP

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 18 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

34%

African American

Multi-Racial

80%

Enrollment: 179 Capacity: 246

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 100%

Deceased

Public Other 94%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

St. Aloysius School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Georgetown University Dominican College Delaware State University SUNY Binghamton Fairleigh Dickinson University SUNY Oneanta Buffalo State College St. John's University Bond University, Australia

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 27 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100%

100%

80%

80% 60%

41%

40% 0%

Class of 2005/09

40% 20%

DNR

20%

60%

0%

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

CUNY Medgar Evers

41%

Dropped out w/ GED 59%

Dropped out w/out GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 9%

Graduated from High School Remain in High School

Class of 2007/11

4-Year 2-Year

9%

Trade/Vocational

9%

Military Working 73%

Other/Unknown

Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 32 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{85}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

The De La Salle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

87 Pine St Freeport, NY 11520 www.DeLaSalleSchool.org

(516) 379-8660

Race/Ethnicity 4%3% 16%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Free 29%

Hispanic

President: Br.Thomas Casey,FSC Principal: Kathleen Boniello

Reduced-Price

41%

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2002 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 69 Capacity: 60

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

15%

100% 97%

98%

√

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

1.6%

1.5%

1.4%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Math Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$680,391 Class Summary $10,006 Students Originally Enrolled: $768,000 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class: 11%

8th

Class Graduation Rate 15 1 16

19%

Graduated

0%

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

83%

Annual Dismissal Rate

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 6%

Average Daily Attendance 9.0

Reading

Hispanic

86%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

30%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 3 Part-time Teachers: 4 Race/Ethnicity: 14%

77%

100%

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

13 3 0 0 0

Graduate Matriculation Catholic

0%8% 8%

Private Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 81% Deceased

{86}

Public Other 84%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

The De La Salle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Adelphi University Baruch College Briarcliffe College St. John's University State University of New York at Farmingdale Pennsylvania State University

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 13 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

92%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

Dropped out w/out GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 7%

7%

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

Class of 2007/11

Trade/Vocational 29%

57%

Military Working Other

100%

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{87}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nora Cronin Presentation Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

69 Bay View Terrace Newburgh, NY 12550 (845) 567-0708 www.noracroninpresentationacademy.com

Race/Ethnicity 2% 4%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 11%0%

African American

Female

President: Katherine McKenna, PBVM Principal: Sister Yliana Hernandez, PBVM

Free

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2006 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 54 Capacity: 60

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

89%

Other

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

10.0 100%

√ √

98%

15%

97%

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

English/Language Arts

Reading

Fall

100% African American Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

2010-11 2010 11

Math Fall

100%

75%

1.8%

0.0%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 4 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

94%

100%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$0 Class Summary N/A Students Originally Enrolled: $0 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 14 2 16

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

12 0 4 0 0

{88}

Graduated

0% 25%

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Private

Remain Enrolled

Public Selective

Transferred Out

0%

Catholic

Public General 75%

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other 100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

San Miguel Academy of Newburgh Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

241 Liberty Street Newburgh, NY newburghsanmiguel.org

(845) 561-2822

Race/Ethnicity African American

Female

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

36% 64%

Enrollment: 58 Capacity: 60

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Average Daily Attendance 100%

√ √ √ √ √

98%

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

#N/A

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$635,000 Class Summary N/A Students Originally Enrolled: $550,000 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

8th

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

27% Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

0%

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

1%

12%

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

19%

15%

97%

96%

Reading

African American

53%

Annual Dismissal Rate

9.0

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 4 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

98%

Other

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Free

Multi-Racial

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

0% 2%

Male

President: Father Mark Connell Principal: Sean Bowman Founded: 2006 Grades: 5-8

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

{89}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Preparatory Academy of Rochester Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

15 Whalin Street Rochester, NY 14620 www.nativityrochester.org

(585) 271-1630

8%

Male

21%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

13%

4%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

83%

Other

Average Daily Attendance 10.5 √ √ √ √ √ √

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100%

97%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

9.1% 5.7% #N/A 2008-09 2008 09

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic Caucasian

63%

Fall

100% African American

37%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 7 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

6th

8th

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Math

75%

5th

Free

Hispanic

Multi-Racial

Enrollment: 48 Capacity: 80

1. Faith Based

46%

12%

62%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

13%

Female

38%

President: William M Carpenter Principal: Dianne Crowley Founded: 2009 Grades: 5-8

Race/Ethnicity

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$415,000 Class Summary $11,857 Students Originally Enrolled: $421,000 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

3%

Tuition and Fees 62%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors 35%

0%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

{90}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Durham Nativity School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

P.O. Box 3537 Durham, NC 27702 www.durhamnativity.org

(919) 680-3790

Race/Ethnicity

Male

African American

22%

Female

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

Average Daily Attendance 9.0 √

100%

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

15%

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

7.5%

7.7%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

0.0%

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

2010-11 2010 11

Math Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$731,078 Class Summary $18,746 Students Originally Enrolled: $856,775 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 9 3 12

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees 71%

99%

98%

Annual Dismissal Rate

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

1%

52%

Other

Reading

African American

22%

Not Eligible

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

6%

Reduced-Price

Multi-Racial

78%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

83%

26%

Caucasian

Enrollment: 46 Capacity: 45

17%

Free

22%

Hispanic

President: Dr. Joe Moylan Principal: Dr. Dan Vannelle Founded: 2002 Grades: 6-8

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Organizational Donors Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

7 1 0 3 0

{91}

Graduated

0% 27% 0% 9%

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Private

Remain Enrolled

Public Selective

Transferred Out 64%

Catholic

Public General Dismissed Deceased

Public Other 100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Durham Nativity School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Cornell University University of North Carolina-Greensboro North Carolina A&T

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

88%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

Graduated from High School

2-Year Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED

Other Other/Unknown

100%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{92}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

St. Andrew Nativity School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

4925 NE 9th Portland, OR 97211 www.nativityportland.com

(503) 335-9600

Race/Ethnicity 1%

Male

49%

8%

African American

Female

President: Loretta Wiltgen Principal: Fr. Jeff McDougall, S.J.

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

51%

48%

51%

Free

13%

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2001 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 63 Capacity: 63

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Average Daily Attendance

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

100%

√

98%

√

97%

96%

96%

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

6.5%

6.7%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

0.0%

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

Math Fall

100%

2010-11 2010 11

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,375,134 Class Summary $22,919 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,729,068 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 23 0 23

Individual Donors 33% 56%

Annual Dismissal Rate

10.0

Reading

Hispanic

86%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 6 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity: 14%

79%

Other

1% 10%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

19 0 0 4 0

{93}

17%

Graduated

0%

Graduate Matriculation 11% 0% 0%

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

0%

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 83% Deceased

Public Other 89%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

St. Andrew Nativity School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Seattle University Gonzaga University Grambling University Western Oregon University University of Oregon

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 17 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 100%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

80%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 6%

6%

6%

6%

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School

Dropped out w/out GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School

Dropped out w/ GED

Class of 2007/11

Trade/Vocational

23%

Military 65%

Working Other

88%

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{94}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

GESU School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1700 W. Thompson Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 www.gesuschool.org

(215) 763-3660

President: Bryan Carter Principal: Sr. Ellen Convey, IHM

50%

Race/Ethnicity

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Male

African American

Female

Hispanic

50%

Free Reduced-Price

36%

Caucasian

54%

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1993 Grades: PreK-8

Enrollment: 430 Capacity: 450

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

10%

Other

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

7.0 15%

100%

√

98%

√

97%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0.9%

0.9%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic Caucasian

69%

Fall

100% African American

31%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 29 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

Multi-Racial

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

5th

8th

#N/A 2010-11 2010 11

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 10% 6%

$4,196,843 $9,224 $4,462,027

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

Tuition and Fees

75%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

9%

0%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

{95}

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

GESU School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

92%

100%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

Trade/Vocational Military Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{96}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Hope Partnership for Education Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1701 N. 8th St. Philadelphia, PA 19122 (484) 270-8827 www.hopepartnershipforeducation.org

41%

President: Rose Martin, RSM Principal: Andrew Miller

Race/Ethnicity

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 8%0%

Male

African American

Female

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

59%

Free

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2004 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 51 Capacity: 55

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

9.0 100%

15%

98%

12%

√ √ √ √ √

96% 94% 92% 90%

94%

93%

9% 6%

92% 2008-09 2008 09

12.2%

10.9%

1.8%

3% 2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): TerraNova

2011-12 Staffing

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

13%

Fall

100% African American

37%

English/Language Arts

Reading

Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 3 Race/Ethnicity:

50%

92%

Other

Winter

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

8th

0%

Math

Fall

100%

5th

2010-11 2010 11

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$0 Class Summary N/A Students Originally Enrolled: $0 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 9 2 11

0%

Organizational Donors Other

18%

0%

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees

Graduated

Graduate Matriculation

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

11 0 0 0 0

{97}

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 100%

Deceased

Public Other 82%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

LaSalle Academy Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1434 North 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 www.lasalleacademy.net

(215) 739-5804

Race/Ethnicity 9%0%

Male

Founded: 2003 Grades: 3-8

48%

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

90%

Average Daily Attendance

Annual Dismissal Rate

9.0 15%

100%

√ √

98%

96%

96%

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Winter

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

100%

75%

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

8th

0%

5th

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Class of 2010-11

$1,446,786 Class Summary $16,441 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,558,500 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 15 2 17

18%

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

96%

Not Eligible

Other

Reading

Hispanic

0% 0% 4%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian Multi-Racial

56%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Free

Hispanic

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): TerraNova

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 8 Part-time Teachers: 1 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

52%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

0%

35%

Enrollment: 90 Capacity: 90

6%4%

African American

Female

President: Sr. Jeanne McGowan, SSJ Principal: Teresa Diamond

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Other

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

0%

Graduated

0%

Remain Enrolled

0%

14 0 3 0 0

Graduate Matriculation

Public Selective 50%

0% Dismissed Deceased

{98}

Private

29%

Transferred Out

82%

Catholic

21%

Public General Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

The Nativity School of Harrisburg Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

2135 North 6th Street Harrisburg, PA 17110 www.nativityharrisburg.org

(717) 236-5602

Race/Ethnicity 5%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 9%

African American

Female

Hispanic

President: Joseph S. Conrad Principal: Joseph S. Conrad

Free Reduced-Price

18%

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 2001 Grades: 6-8

Enrollment: 44 Capacity: 44

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Average Daily Attendance 9.0 √ √ √ √ √ √

100% 98%

Fall

100%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

11.6%

12%

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

#N/A 2008-09 2008 09

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

5th

8th

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Math

75%

Class of 2010-11

$496,535 Class Summary $11,547 Students Originally Enrolled: $523,921 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate N/A N/A N/A

0%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

20%

15%

98% 96%

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

38%

Annual Dismissal Rate

96%

Reading

African American

42%

73%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 5 Part-time Teachers: 0 Race/Ethnicity:

100%

95%

100%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Transferred Out

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Catholic Private Public Selective Public General

Dismissed Deceased

{99}

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

The Nativity School of Harrisburg Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Immaculata HACC

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

100%

80%

80% 60% 40%

29%

43%

31%

40% 20%

20% 0%

60%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

4-Year 33%

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

Other/Unknown

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Graduated from High School

Dropped out w/out GED

Class of 2007/11

2-Year Trade/Vocational Military

67%

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

4-Year Degree

80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{100}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

San Miguel School of Providence Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

525 Branch Ave. Providence, RI 02904 www.sanmiguelprov.org

(401) 467-9777

Race/Ethnicity 5%5% 5%

Male Female

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility 8%

African American

20%

Hispanic

President: Brother Lawrence Goyette, FSC Principal: Carol Soltys

Free Reduced-Price

19%

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1993 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 64 Capacity: 64

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Average Daily Attendance

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

100%

√ √

98%

97%

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

Math

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

Class of 2010-11

$952,700 Class Summary $15,122 Students Originally Enrolled: $876,200 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

8th

Class Graduation Rate 15 1 16

0%

0%

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

31% 4%

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduated

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

15 0 0 0 0

{101}

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

33%

98%

97%

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

32%

Annual Dismissal Rate

8.5

Reading

Hispanic

88%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

73%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score)

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 4 Part-time Teachers: 4 Race/Ethnicity: 12%

65%

100%

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 100%

Deceased

Public Other 100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

San Miguel School of Providence Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Providence College St. John's University; NY University of Rhode Island New York University Rhode Island College Johnson & Wales University Mt. Union College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 15 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 87%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

80%

67%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 6%

7%

Graduated from High School Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 7%

7%

4-Year 2-Year

6%

Trade/Vocational Military

13% 67%

Dropped out w/out GED 87%

Class of 2007/11

Other/Unknown

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 15 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 7%

100%

4-Year Degree

13%

2-Year Degree

80% 60%

13%

40%

Some College High School

20% 0%

Trade School Degree

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10 2-Year & Trade/Vocational

Class of 2003/11 4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{102}

67%

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Guadalupe Regional Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1214 E. Lincoln St Brownsville, TX 78521 http://guadalupe.schoolfusion.us

(956) 504-5568 39%

President: Michael Motyl Principal: Kathy Stapleton Founded: 2002 Grades: 6-8

Race/Ethnicity African American

Female

Hispanic

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Not Eligible

100%

School Culture

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Free

85%

Other

Average Daily Attendance

8.5 √

100% 98%

√ √

9. Active Network Participant

15%

97%

97%

Annual Dismissal Rate

96%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Reading

Fall

100% African American

9%

Hispanic 55%

Caucasian Multi-Racial

Winter

0.0%

2008-09

2009-10

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

75%

8th

0%

1.3%

0.0%

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): Stanford/ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 4 Part-time Teachers: 7 Race/Ethnicity:

36%

15%

Multi-Racial

Enrollment: 87 Capacity: 90

Mission Effectiveness Standards

0%

Male

61%

1. Faith Based

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

5th

2010-11

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Class of 2010-11

2010-11 Financial Information Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 11%

18% 3%

$644,000 $8,256 $578,116 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

68%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class: Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

Class Graduation Rate

32 0 32

9% 0%

27 0 3 2 0

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated

0% 6%

Remain Enrolled

Catholic

0% 26%

33%

Transferred Out Dismissed 85%

{103}

Public Selective Public General

0%

Deceased Unknown

Private

41%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Guadalupe Regional Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions University of Texas-San Antonio University of Texas-Brownsville University of Texas-Pan American Texas A&M Boston University Wabash College Lycoming College Southwestern College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

100%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

100%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4-Year

Graduated from High School

2-Year

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

Dropped out w/ GED

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED Other/Unknown

Class of 2007/11

Other 100%

Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): No 8th Grade Graduating Class 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100%

2-Year Degree

80%

Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{104}

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Jesuit Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1515 South 29th Street Milwaukee, WI 53215 www.njms.org

4146451060

0%

Race/Ethnicity 0%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Free 29%

Hispanic

President: Fr. Jim Flaherty, S.J. Principal: Jim Wilkinson

52%

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1993 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 80 Capacity: 80

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

99%

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

99%

98%

15%

98%

12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Fall

100%

50%

8th

0%

1.3%

0.0%

English/Language Arts

Spring

75%

Class of 2010-11

$1,428,972 Class Summary N/A Students Originally Enrolled: $1,450,275 Students Transferred In:

Total Students Ever In Class:

Class Graduation Rate 21 0 21

0% 5% 0%

5th

2010-11 2010 11

Math Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

Graduated

Graduate Matriculation 0%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

19 0 0 1 0

{105}

Catholic Private

Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors

81%

Annual Dismissal Rate

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 0%

√ √ √ √ √

Reading

Hispanic

19%

19%

Average Daily Attendance 10.0 100%

Not Eligible

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): TerraNova

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 9 Part-time Teachers: 2 Race/Ethnicity:

91%

100%

100%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based

0%9%

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 95%

Deceased

Public Other 100%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Nativity Jesuit Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Marquette University University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Marian University St. Mary's University, Winona, MN

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 19 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 94%

87%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

89%

80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 16%

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 12%

Graduated from High School

4-Year 2-Year

Remain in High School

Trade/Vocational

18%

Dropped out w/ GED

Military

Dropped out w/out GED 84%

70%

Other/Unknown

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 17 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

100%

6%

80%

6%

19%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40% 19%

20% 0%

4-Year Degree

High School GED

Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{106}

50%

No HS/GED Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

Notre Dame Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information

Gender

1420 W. Scott St. Milwaukee, WI 53204 www.ndmswi.org

(414) 671-3000

Race/Ethnicity 2% 1% 1%

Male

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

Hispanic

President: Mary McIntosh Principal: Sr. Jean Ellman

11%

Free Reduced-Price

17%

Caucasian

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

Founded: 1996 Grades: 5-8

Enrollment: 139 Capacity: 140

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 1. Faith Based 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Fall

100% African American

Caucasian Multi-Racial

2010-11 Financial Information

Winter

98%

98%

15% 12%

96%

9%

94%

6%

92%

3%

90%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

English/Language Arts

Spring

Fall

100%

Winter

Spring

75%

75%

50%

50%

25%

25%

25%

0%

0%

5th

6th

7th

8th

5th

6th

7th

Math Fall

100%

50%

Class of 2010-11

$1,733,747 Class Summary $12,938 Students Originally Enrolled: $1,824,827 Students Transferred In:

8th

0%

Class Graduation Rate 32 6 38

0%

Organizational Donors Other

Graduated Remain Enrolled

Individual Donors Tuition and Fees

72%

98%

98%

75%

Total Students Ever In Class: 12% 1%

100%

Annual Dismissal Rate

5th

Winter

6th

Spring

7th

8th

Other

Total Operating Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue: 15%

Average Daily Attendance 10.0 √ √ √

Reading

Hispanic

93%

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? Is Attendance Required? Summer Camp? Is Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

72%

Other

Class of 2010-11 Academic Proficiency (Average National Percentile Score): ITBS

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 11 Part-time Teachers: 4 Race/Ethnicity: 7%

96%

100%

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

33 0 0 0 0

{107}

Graduate Matriculation 9% 0%

0% 0% 3%

Catholic Private Public Selective

Transferred Out

Public General Dismissed 100%

Deceased

Public Other 88%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

Notre Dame Middle School Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

Class of 2007 High School Graduates Post-Secondary Institutions Marquette University St Mary's University Alverno Marian UW-Madison UW-Milwaukee UW-Parkside UW-Whitewater Milwaukee Area Technical College

Class of 2007 (Expected High School Graduation in 2011): 27 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate 89%

100%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

93%

84%

100% 80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20%

0%

0%

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 11%

Graduated from High School

4% 4%

4%

8%

4-Year 2-Year Trade/Vocational

20%

Military

Dropped out w/out GED 81%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

Class of 2007/11

68%

Other/Unknown

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2003 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2011): 18 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4-Year Degree

100% 80%

2-Year Degree

29%

60%

Trade School Degree 47%

40%

High School

20% 0%

Some College GED

Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year

*Figures in charts exclude students with whom the school is no longer in contact or whose status is unknown

{108}

18%

No HS/GED 6%

Other


Generational Data {Saint Martin de Porres Academy}

{109}


School Scorecard 2010-11

1st Generation Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information Founded between: 1971-1995 Number of Schools: 10 Grades 3 or 4-8: 0 Grades 5-8: 5 Grades 6-8: 5

Gender

(8 Schools Reporting) (0 Schools Reporting) (4 Schools Reporting) (4 Schools Reporting)

38%

Reduced-Price

18%

Caucasian 58%

School Culture

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? With Attendance Required? Summer Camp? With Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Not Eligible

Multi-Racial

71%

Average Daily Attendance

9.5 50% 70% 70% 70% 70% 90%

100%

African American

1%7% 0% 10%

Hispanic Caucasian Multi-Racial

82%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

97.5%

98.2%

15% 12% 6%

94%

3%

92% 90%

Annual Dismissal Rate

9%

96%

0% 2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Class Graduation Rate 116 25 141

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

88 0 4 3 0

2010-11 Financial Information (Avg) Total Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

97.9%

98%

Class of 2010-11

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 79 Part-time Teachers: 16 Race/Ethnicity:

$1,300,642 $20,362 $1,476,631 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

3%

39%

Free

11%

Hispanic

Other

Mission Effectiveness Standards

28%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female 62%

1. Faith Based

47%

2% 1%

Male

Total Enrollment: 589 Total Capacity: 628

22%

Race/Ethnicity

Other

{110}

0% 4%3% 0%

Transferred Out Dismissed 93%

Deceased

1.2%

2008-09

2009-10

2.3% 2010-11

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated Remain Enrolled

1.2%

Catholic

18%

Private

0% 2% 6% 7%

Public Selective Public General 67%

Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

1st Generation Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

2010-11 Graduate Support Finances (Avg) Graduate Support Expenses: High School Assistance Provided? Number of award recipients: High School Assistance Provided: Highest award: Lowest award:

$145,216 80% 31 $71,618 $4,542 $1,103

Graduate Support Services Offered (Percent of Schools Offering the Service)

Academic Support Services Academic tutoring College prep counseling/placement SAT/ACT tutoring Study hall/homework center Tracking student progress

60% 80% 40% 40% 90%

Career-Path Support Services Contact with high school officials Employment counseling/placement High school application High school financial assistance Summer internships

Social Support Services Alumni/ae association Alumni/ae newsletter/website Mentoring Retreats Social reunions Summer activities

90% 40% 90% 90% 40%

Class of 2006 (Expected High School Graduation in 2010): 120 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

83%

74%

80%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

95%

80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20% 0%

100%

0% Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 4%

9%

Graduated from High School Remain in High School Dropped out w/ GED

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 7% 3% 4% 1%

4-Year 2-Year Trade/Vocational

13%

Military Working

Dropped out w/out GED 87%

Class of 2007/11

72%

Other/Unknown

Other Unknown

Class of 2002 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2010): 125 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

80%

25%

26%

60%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree Some College

40%

6% 1%

20% 0%

4-Year Degree

11% % 2%

100%

Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

{111}

4-Year

High School GED No HS/GED

38%

Other

60% 50% 70% 80% 40% 90%


School Scorecard 2010-11

2nd Generation Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information Founded between: 1996-2000 Number of Schools: 8 Grades 3 or 4-8: 2 Grades 5-8: 5 Grades 6-8: 1

Gender

(6 Schools Reporting) (1 Schools Reporting) (4 Schools Reporting) (1 Schools Reporting)

Race/Ethnicity 6% 5%

Male 40%

Female 26%

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? With Attendance Required? Summer Camp? With Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

African American

2% 27%

Hispanic Caucasian

2%

Multi-Racial

69%

Other

Not Eligible

14% 66%

Multi-Racial

98%

Total Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

96.8%

96.9%

97.1%

6%

94%

3%

92%

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class:

100 63 163

Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

107 3 1 5 0

12% 9%

96%

90%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100%

0% 2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

1.2%

1.2%

1.1%

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Class Graduation Rate 0% 4% 1% 3%

Transferred Out Dismissed 92%

$1,396,628 $17,163 $1,680,805 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

{112}

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated Remain Enrolled

2010-11 Financial Information (Avg)

1%

Reduced-Price

Average Daily Attendance

10.0 88% 100% 88% 50% 38% 88%

Class of 2010-11

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 77 Part-time Teachers: 15 Race/Ethnicity:

37%

Caucasian 63%

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards

43%

Free

20%

Hispanic

Other

1. Faith Based

19%

African American

60%

Total Enrollment: 704 Total Capacity: 736

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Deceased

Catholic

14%

Private

0% 12%

43%

Public Selective Public General

19%

Public Other 12%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

2nd Generation Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

2010-11 Graduate Support Finances (Avg) Graduate Support Expenses: High School Assistance Provided? Number of award recipients: High School Assistance Provided: Highest award: Lowest award:

$125,706 100% 21 $58,329 $4,492 $1,038

Graduate Support Services Offered (Percent of Schools Offering the Service)

Academic Support Services Academic tutoring College prep counseling/placement SAT/ACT tutoring Study hall/homework center Tracking student progress

88% 100% 63% 63% 100%

Career-Path Support Services Contact with high school officials Employment counseling/placement High school application High school financial assistance Summer internships

Social Support Services Alumni/ae association Alumni/ae newsletter/website Mentoring Retreats Social reunions Summer activities

100% 63% 100% 100% 75%

50% 75% 88% 75% 38% 100%

Class of 2006 (Expected High School Graduation in 2010): 86 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

84%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

87%

84%

80%

100% 80% 60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20%

0%

0%

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement 13%

Graduated from High School

1% 1%

Remain in High School 54%

31%

Dropped out w/ GED Dropped out w/out GED

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 4%5% 6% 4% 1%

4-Year 2-Year Trade/Vocational Military

18%

62%

Working Other

Other/Unknown

Unknown

Class of 2002 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2010): 71 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement 4% 1%

100% 80%

20%

60%

2-Year Degree 3%

40%

Trade School Degree Some College High School

20% 0%

4-Year Degree

17%

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

{113}

4-Year

No HS/GED 55%

Other


School Scorecard 2010-11

3rd Generation Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

School Information Founded between: 2001-2005 Number of Schools: 26 (22 Schools Reporting) Grades 3 or 4-8: 2 (2 Schools Reporting) Grades 5-8: 12 (11 Schools Reporting) Grades 6-8: 12 (9 Schools Reporting)

2011-12 Student Demographics Gender

2% 2%

Male

44%

3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? With Attendance Required? Summer Camp? With Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Not Eligible 66%

Average Daily Attendance

9.8 46% 69% 65% 50% 42% 77%

98%

African American

16%

Hispanic

9%

Caucasian Multi-Racial

72%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class: Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

96.7%

12% 9% 6%

94%

3.2%

3%

92% 2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2008-09

2010-11 2010 11

168 5 29 21 0

$1,150,330 $15,874 $1,451,483 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors Other

{114}

2009-10

12%

Catholic

0% 1%

Private

Remain Enrolled

13% 2%

Transferred Out 75%

Dismissed Deceased

2010-11

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated

10%0%

3.2% 1.3%

0%

Class Graduation Rate 180 103 283

2010-11 Financial Information (Avg) Total Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

97.0%

96.8%

96%

90%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100%

Class of 2010-11

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 167 Part-time Teachers: 40 Race/Ethnicity:

2%

52%

Reduced-Price 17%

Multi-Racial

School Culture

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized

35%

Caucasian

Other

Mission Effectiveness Standards

41%

Free

17%

Hispanic

64%

1. Faith Based

22%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

36%

Total Enrollment: 1584 Total Capacity: 1781

1% 2%

Race/Ethnicity

15%

11%

Public Selective 61%

Public General Public Other Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

3rd Generation Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

2010-11 Graduate Support Finances (Avg) Graduate Support Expenses: High School Assistance Provided? Number of award recipients: High School Assistance Provided: Highest award: Lowest award:

$79,943 50% 21 $40,399 $4,921 $1,322

Graduate Support Services Offered (Percent of Schools Offering the Service)

Academic Support Services Academic tutoring College prep counseling/placement SAT/ACT tutoring Study hall/homework center Tracking student progress

Career-Path Support Services Contact with high school officials Employment counseling/placement High school application High school financial assistance Summer internships

77% 69% 50% 58% 85%

85% 42% 85% 81% 42%

Social Support Services Alumni/ae association Alumni/ae newsletter/website Mentoring Retreats Social reunions Summer activities

Class of 2006 (Expected High School Graduation in 2010): 78 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

84%

79%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

89%

100% 80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20%

0%

0%

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

53%

Dropped out w/ GED

7% 2% 2% 1% 1%

4-Year 2-Year Trade/Vocational

19%

Military

Dropped out w/out GED 3% 1% 1%

4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation

Remain in High School

42%

Class of 2007/11

68%

Other/Unknown

Working Other Unknown

Class of 2002 (Expected 4-Year College Graduation in 2010): 22 8th Grade Graduates 8-Year Post-Secondary Graduation Rate

8-Year Highest Level of Achievement

5%5% 4% 4%

100% 80%

2-Year Degree Trade School Degree

60%

Some College

40%

High School

20% 0%

4-Year Degree

GED Class of 2001/09 Some College

Class of 2002/10

Class of 2003/11

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

{115}

4-Year

82%

No HS/GED Other

35% 27% 62% 65% 12% 77%


School Scorecard 2010-11

4th Generation Schools Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education 2011-12 Student Demographics

School Information Founded between: 2006-2010 Number of Schools: 9 Grades 3 or 4-8: 0 Grades 5-8: 8 Grades 6-8: 1

Gender

(5 Schools Reporting) (0 Schools Reporting) (5 Schools Reporting) (0 Schools Reporting)

Race/Ethnicity 4%5%

Male

48%

52%

Total Enrollment: 261 Total Capacity: 342

School Culture

Mission Effectiveness Standards 2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized 3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? With Attendance Required? Summer Camp? With Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

100% 98%

African American

6% 11%

Hispanic

9%

Caucasian Multi-Racial 74%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class: Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

90%

45%

1%

97.3%

12% 9% 6% 3% 0%

2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Class Graduation Rate 37 21 58 34 0 4 4 0

$705,249 $14,407 $726,158

Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

22%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

97.7%

97.2%

92%

Individual Donors 32%

91%

Other

94%

2010-11 Financial Information (Avg) Total Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

Not Eligible

96%

Class of 2010-11

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 26 Part-time Teachers: 9 Race/Ethnicity:

Reduced-Price

Caucasian

Average Daily Attendance

9.7 11% 56% 56% 33% 33% 44%

Other

{116}

Free

Hispanic

Multi-Racial

61%

1. Faith Based

8%1%

African American 30%

Female

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

Transferred Out

2008-09

6%

Remain Enrolled

9% 0%

1.8% 2009-10

Catholic 9%

Deceased

Private 9%

41%

Public Selective Public General

Dismissed 81%

2010-11

Graduate Matriculation

Graduated

10%0%

5.3% 2.7%

Public Other 0%

35%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

All Schools (Generations 1-4) Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

School Information Founded between: 1971-2010 Number of Schools: 53 (41 Schools Reporting) Grades 3 or 4-8: 4 (3 Schools Reporting) Grades 5-8: 30 (24 Schools Reporting) Grades 6-8: 19 (14 Schools Reporting)

2011-12 Student Demographics Gender

3% 3%

Male

44%

School Culture

3. A Holistic Education 4. Partners with the Family 5. Extended Day & Year 6. Commitment Beyond Graduation 7. Effective Administrative Structure 8. Ongoing Assessment and Inquiry 99. Active Network Participant

Environment Instructional hours per day: Evening Study Hall Provided? Summer Day Program? With Attendance Required? Summer Camp? With Attendance Required? Parent Meetings Required?

Reduced-Price 16%

Not Eligible 69%

Average Daily Attendance

9.8 47% 72% 68% 51% 45% 75%

98%

African American

16%

Hispanic

7%

Caucasian Multi-Racial

74%

Other

Class Summary Students Originally Enrolled: Students Transferred In: Total Students Ever In Class: Students Graduated Students Remain Enrolled Students Transferred Out Students Dismissed Students Deceased

97.2%

12% 9% 6%

94%

2.4%

2.3%

1.9%

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

3%

92%

0% 2008-09 2008 09

2009-10 2009 10

2010-11 2010 11

Class Graduation Rate 433 212 645 397 8 38 33 0

2010-11 Financial Information (Avg) Total Expenses: Cost per Student: Total Revenue:

97.2%

97.1%

96%

90%

Annual Dismissal Rate 15%

100%

Class of 2010-11

2011-12 Staffing Full-time Teachers: 349 Part-time Teachers: 80 Race/Ethnicity:

$1,187,065 $16,928 $1,431,474 Individual Donors Tuition and Fees Organizational Donors

2%

Caucasian

Other

2. Serve the Economically Poor & Marginalized

33%

50%

Multi-Racial

Mission Effectiveness Standards

43%

Free

15%

Hispanic

57%

1. Faith Based

22%

Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility

African American

Female

43%

Total Enrollment: 3138 Total Capacity: 3487

1% 2%

Race/Ethnicity

Other

{117}

8% 2%

Graduated

7%0%

Remain Enrolled

Graduate Matriculation

83%

Deceased

Private

12%

Transferred Out Dismissed

Catholic

12% 0%

Public Selective 53%

13%

Public General Public Other

10%

Unknown


School Scorecard 2010-11

All Schools (Generations 1-4) Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Education

2010-11 Graduate Support Finances (Avg) Graduate Support Expenses: High School Assistance Provided? Number of award recipients: High School Assistance Provided: Highest award: Lowest award:

$94,733 60% 23 $51,984 $4,613 $1,124

Graduate Support Services Offered (Percent of Schools Offering the Service)

Academic Support Services Academic tutoring College prep counseling/placement SAT/ACT tutoring Study hall/homework center Tracking student progress

Career-Path Support Services Contact with high school officials Employment counseling/placement High school application High school financial assistance Summer internships

70% 64% 42% 53% 81%

Social Support Services Alumni/ae association Alumni/ae newsletter/website Mentoring Retreats Social reunions Summer activities

81% 38% 81% 75% 42%

Class of 2006 (Expected High School Graduation in 2010): 284 8th Grade Graduates 4-Year High School Graduation Rate

100%

84%

78%

Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

90%

100% 80%

80%

60%

60%

40%

40%

20%

20%

0%

0%

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2006/10

Class of 2005/09

Class of 2007/11

Class of 2006/10

2-Year & Trade/Vocational

4-Year Highest Level of Academic Achievement Graduated from High School

19%

Remain in High School

1% 1%

Dropped out w/ GED

12% 67%

Class of 2007/11 4-Year

High School Graduate Matriculation 6% 3% 4% 2% 0%

4-Year 2-Year Trade/Vocational

17%

Military

Dropped out w/out GED

68%

Other/Unknown