Quick Facts
Grades 7-12  
Enrollment 496  
Students per Teacher 14.6  
School type public  
District Vernon Parish School Board  

 

Student Economic Level
  This School State Avg.
(grades 6-12)
% of students receiving free or reduced-price lunch 40% 52%

Student Ethnicity


Ethnicity This School State Avg.
(grades 6-12)
African American 24% 51%
American Indian 2% 1%
Asian 6% 1%
Hispanic 4% 1%
White 63% 46%

 



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  GEE 21 Results


About the Tests
  • Louisiana uses the Graduate Exit Examination for the 21st Century (GEE 21) as the state's high school exit examination.
  • The GEE 21 tests are standards based, which means they measure how well students are mastering the specific skills defined as necessary for graduation by the state of Louisiana.
  • The goal is that 100% of students meet or exceed standards on the tests.
Scale: % of students meeting or exceeding standards


English Language Arts
47% (2003)
58% (2002)
The state average for English language arts was 48% in 2003.

Math
72% (2003)
53% (2002)
The state average for math was 51% in 2003.

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  LEAP 21 Results


About the Tests
  • Louisiana uses the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program for the 21st Century (LEAP 21) tests to assess students in grades 4 and 8.
  • The LEAP 21 tests are standards based, which means they measure how well students are mastering the specific skills defined for each grade by the state of Louisiana.
  • The goal is that 100% of students meet or exceed standards on the tests.
Scale: % of students meeting or exceeding standards


Grade 8

English Language Arts
68% (2003)
61% (2002)
58% (2001)
59% (2000)
The state average for grade 8 English language arts was 52% in 2003.

Math
65% (2003)
57% (2002)
64% (2001)
66% (2000)
The state average for grade 8 math was 47% in 2003.

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  LEAP 21 Results by Subgroup


The test results by subgroup show how the designated group of students is performing in comparison to the general population. The goal is that all students will achieve at high levels.

Grade 8

English Language Arts
68% (Total)
61% (African American)
60% (Economically Disadvantaged)
76% (Female)
63% (Male)
68% (Not Economically Disadvantaged)
70% (English Proficient)
76% (Students with Disabilities)
10% (Students without Disabilities)
71% (White)
The state average for grade 8 English language arts was 52% in 2003.

Math
65% (Total)
58% (African American)
47% (Economically Disadvantaged)
71% (Female)
63% (Male)
70% (Not Economically Disadvantaged)
63% (English Proficient)
73% (Students with Disabilities)
64% (White)
The state average for grade 8 math was 47% in 2003.

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  GEE 21 Results by Subgroup


The test results by subgroup show how the designated group of students is performing in comparison to the general population. The goal is that all students will achieve at high levels.

English Language Arts
47% (Total)
17% (African American)
47% (Economically Disadvantaged)
52% (Female)
42% (Male)
46% (Not Economically Disadvantaged)
49% (English Proficient)
51% (Students with Disabilities)
20% (Students without Disabilities)
60% (White)
The state average for English language arts was 48% in 2003.

Math
72% (Total)
33% (African American)
59% (Economically Disadvantaged)
52% (Female)
86% (Male)
75% (Not Economically Disadvantaged)
71% (English Proficient)
72% (Students with Disabilities)
70% (Students without Disabilities)
78% (White)
The state average for math was 51% in 2003.

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