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South High School

Serves grades 9 - 12

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Raw data sources:
  • Test Scores: Edfacts (U.S. Department of Education), State departments of education.
  • Expenditures: National Center for Education Statistics.
  • Educational Environment: American Community Survey (U.S. Census Bureau).
Date(s) & Update Frequency:
  • Test data: Reflects – school year [note on school closures TBD].
  • Expenditures:
  • Educational Environment: (latest available). Updated annually.

Methodology:   Only NeighborhoodScout gives you nationally comparable school ranks based on test scores, so you can directly compare the quality of schools in any location. Read more

Address
Pacific Coast Hwy.
Torrance, CA
Phone
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District
TORRANCE UNIFIED
County
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
Type of School
Regular elementary or secondary
Magnet School
No
Charter School
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Students Enrolled

School Quality Compared to California

(10 is best)

Better than % of CA schools.

School Quality Compared to U.S. info

(10 is best)

Better than % of U.S. schools.


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Grade 10

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POPULATIONDISTRICT FOR THIS SCHOOLSTATE
POPULATION , 39,,
POPULATION DENSITY (per sq. mile) 7,
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Instructional Expenditures $7, $45,,, %
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Total Support $4, $28,,, %
Non-instructional Expenditures $3, $19,,, %
Total Expenditures $15, $93,,, %
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Instructional Expenditures $7, $,,, %
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Student $ $36,,, %
Staff $ $28,,, %
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Transportation $ $25,,, %
Other $ $21,,, %
Total Support $4, $,,, %
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Total Expenditures $14, $,,, %

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Sours: https://www.neighborhoodscout.com/ca/torrance/schools/

News

All three Maine Township High School District schools were recognized among the best in Illinois in the U.S. News and World Report rankings released on April

College readiness, math and reading proficiency/performance, performance of underserved students, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate participation and graduation rate were all factors for the rankings.

“We are pleased that all three of our high schools continue to be recognized as among the best in Illinois and the nation by U.S. News and World Report and other similar ranking services,” says Superintendent Ken Wallace. “A couple of key areas to be noted, however, are that the rankings don’t reflect the fastest growing set of college courses our students are taking, dual credit courses. These courses give our students actual college transcripts that almost always have more value to our students than AP courses do. In addition, all of our District high schools are true public high schools that educate the full array of eligible students, while these ranking systems include selective enrollment “magnet schools” that do not enroll all students. Therefore, it’s not an apples to apples comparison.”

Maine South High School was ranked 36th in Illinois, Maine East High School was ranked nd and Maine West High School was ranked th. All three schools are ranked in the top 16% of all U.S. high schools both nationally and within Illinois.

“Additionally, the rankings don’t include the high level of specific supports like our nationally recognized career advisement program that adds incredible value to our students’ career searches in ways that the rankings services can’t begin to quantify,” Wallace says. “The good news is that the national discussion around school debt, as well as career and education paths, seems to finally be catching up to the work we have done here for several years to try to impact this harmful trend to our students.”

The rankings utilized data from sources outside the school district to rank more than 23, public high schools in all 50 states. According to the U.S. News and World Report release, “the highest-ranked schools are those whose students excelled on state tests and performed beyond expectations; participated in and passed a variety of college-level exams; and graduated in high proportions.”

Sours: https://south.maineorg/news/districtschools-ranked-among-the-best-in-nation/
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Valley Stream South High School

School in Valley Stream, New York, United States

Valley Stream South High School (VSSHS) is a combined public junior and senior high school located in South Valley Stream, New York, in southwest Nassau County on Long Island. The school was established in [3]

The high school is one of three high schools in the Valley Stream Central High School District as well as one of two combined junior-senior high schools which educate grades seventh through twelfth. Students who attend Valley Stream South High School are mainly graduates of the local South Valley Stream elementary schools, including William L. Buck Elementary School, Brooklyn Avenue Elementary School, Forest Road Elementary School, and Robert W. Carbonaro Elementary School which is approximately feet to the junior-senior high school complex. Valley Stream South High School is known to the local population simply as "South".[citation needed]

Valley Stream North High School was built at the same time. Both schools were originally similar in architecture and were arch rivals in to sporting events. During the – school year, South's athletics division was changed to Division 3 due to the size of the student body. The school has three floors and was originally designed in the shape of a cube with a landscaped courtyard in the center.[citation needed]

As of the school year, the school had an enrollment of 1, students and classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of There were students (% of enrollment) eligible for free lunch and 64 (% of students) eligible for reduced-cost lunch.[1]

The school's official colors are red and white. The school's mascot is the falcon.[citation needed]

School ethnicity[edit]

Valley Stream South is one of the most diverse public high schools in New York according to Niche, ranking 9th most diverse in the state, 5th most diverse outside of New York City, and 98th most diverse in the United States as of [4]

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Newsweek rankings[edit]

South was ranked as one of the top high schools in the country according by Newsweek magazine. Since Newsweek started ranking high schools in , South has ranked as one of the top public high schools in America, until , as well as one of the top 25 public high schools on Long Island.[5] In April , Valley Stream South was ranked as the 16th best public high school on Long Island, but was not one of the top best high schools in America according to Newsweek.[6][7]

South was ranked, according to Newsweek:

  • 41st best high school in America in
  • 33rd best high school in America in
  • nd best high school in America in
  • th best high school in America in
  • th best high school in America in
  • th best high school in America in
  • rd best high school in America in
  • th best high school in America in

The Falcon Report[edit]

The Falcon Report began broadcasting on November 22, , as a 7- to minute student-made weekly TV news report shown school-wide on Fridays at during homeroom period (As of , the show is shown at AM during homeroom or viewed on the YouTube channel). All activity at South comes to a halt during the broadcast as all students and faculty watch the show. Full-footage news coverage is provided on 4 to 7 issues that are prominent in the mainstream news that week. Other elements typically shown are student-made commercials, a weather report, and a sports segment. Topics frequently covered include school events, recent trips, innovative projects in various classes, and unique happenings at the school. Taping of the show occurs throughout the week. The logo of the program is the symbol and mascot of Valley Stream South High School, a falcon.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Lon Babby, president of the Phoenix Suns
  • Deborah Oppenheimer, Academy Award Winner for her documentary, Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport
  • Gary Portnoy, singer/songwriter, most notably the performer of the Cheers theme song, "Where Everybody Knows Your Name"
  • Larry Miller, comedian and actor, notably in Pretty Woman, Law & Order, Boston Legal, Bee Movie, The Princes Diaries, Seinfeld and 10 Things I Hate About You

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Coordinates: 40°39′15″N73°42′50″W / °N °W / ;

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valley_Stream_South_High_School

Three Michigan high schools are rated among the top best high schools in the country in the latest U.S. News & World Report best high school rankings released on Tuesday, April

Rankings are based on several weighted factors, including: College readiness (30%), college curriculum breadth (10%), math and reading proficiency (20%), math and reading performance (20%), underserved student performance (10%) and graduation rate (10%). The data used is from the school year, so test scores were not affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Data used by U.S News is collected from third-party sources like Common Core Data, International Baccalaureate data, statewide math and reading level assessment tests and high school graduation rates.

“Families can use the Best High Schools rankings to see how schools compare at the national, state and local level on factors like graduation rates and college readiness,” said Anita Narayan, managing editor of education at U.S. News. “The rankings also provide insight into academic performance among underserved groups showing how well schools are supporting these students.”

Here’s a look at the top 25 high schools in Michigan:

Forest Hills Central High School

Central High School

School district: Forest Hills Public Schools (Kent County)

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Houghton Central High School

School district: Houghton-Portage Township School District (Houghton County)

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Byron Center High School

Byron Center High School

School district: Byron Center Public Schools (Kent County)

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Forest Hills Eastern High School

Eastern High School

School district: Forest Hills Public Schools (Kent County)

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Northern High School

School district: Forest Hills Public Schools (Kent County)

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Ann Arbor School Building Mugs

Pioneer High School

School district: Ann Arbor Public Schools (Washtenaw County)

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Saginaw Arts & Sciences Academy

Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy

School district: Saginaw Public School District (Saginaw County)

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Ann Arbor School Building Mugs

Skyline High School

School district: Ann Arbor Public Schools (Washtenaw County)

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Stoney Creek High School

School district: Rochester Community School District (Oakland County)

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Saline High School

Saline High School

School district: Saline Area Schools (Washtenaw County)

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East Grand Rapids High School

East Grand Rapids High School

School district: East Grand Rapids Public Schools (Kent County)

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Ernest W. Seaholm High School

School district: Birmingham Public Schools (Oakland County)

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Okemos High School

School district: Okemos Public Schools (Ingham County)

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Black River Public School

School district: Black River Public School (Ottawa County)

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Athens High School

School district: Troy School District (Oakland County)

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Northville High School

School district: Northville Public Schools (Wayne County)

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9. University High School Academy

School district: Southfield Public School District (Oakland County)

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8. Grosse Pointe South High School

School district: Grosse Pointe Public Schools (Wayne County)

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7. Novi High School

School district: Novi Community School District

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6. Troy High School

School district: Troy Public Schools (Oakland County)

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5. Rochester Adams High School

School district: Rochester Community School District (Oakland County)

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Washtenaw International Middle Academy hosts first day of school under WEOC governance

4. Washtenaw International High School

School district: Washtenaw Independent School District (Washtenaw County)

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3. International Academy

School district: Oakland Schools (Oakland County)

National ranking: 43

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City High Middle School

2. City High Middle School

School district: Grand Rapids Public Schools (Kent County)

National ranking: 31

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1. International Academy of Macomb

School district: Chippewa Valley Schools (Macomb County)

National ranking: 24

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Sours: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor//04/these-are-thehighest-rated-michigan-high-schools-in-the-new-us-news-ranking.html

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Plymouth South High School in Plymouth, Massachusetts (MA)

City-data.com school rating (using weighted test average as compared to other schools in Massachusetts) from 0 (worst) to (best) is 37.

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Plymouth, MA

Other nearby schools ratings:
Plymouth South High School rating compared to average state, county and city schools ratings:
Massachusetts:58
Plymouth County:62
Plymouth:60
Plymouth South High School:37



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Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) statistics - 10th Grade:


Students Tested - English:
Warning / Failing - English:2
Needs Improvement - English:44
Proficiency - English:
Advanced - English:60


Students Tested - Math:
Warning / Failing - Math:13
Needs Improvement - Math:48
Proficiency - Math:85
Advanced - Math:67


MCAS English Results - Plymouth South High School

MCAS English Results - Massachusetts

Composite Performance Index - English:
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MCAS Math Results - Plymouth South High School

MCAS Math Results - Massachusetts

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Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) statistics - 10th Grade:


Students Tested - English:
Warning / Failing - English:18
Needs Improvement - English:66
Proficiency - English:66
Advanced - English:38


Students Tested - Math:
Warning / Failing - Math:10
Needs Improvement - Math:71
Proficiency - Math:61
Advanced - Math:5


MCAS English Results - Plymouth South High School

MCAS English Results - Massachusetts

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MCAS Math Results - Plymouth South High School

MCAS Math Results - Massachusetts

Composite Performance Index - Math:
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Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) statistics - 10th Grade:


Students Tested - English:
Warning / Failing - English:7
Needs Improvement - English:50
Proficiency - English:
Advanced - English:45


Students Tested - Math:
Warning / Failing - Math:19
Needs Improvement - Math:68
Proficiency - Math:71
Advanced - Math:53


MCAS English Results - Plymouth South High School

MCAS English Results - Massachusetts

Composite Performance Index - English:
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MCAS Math Results - Plymouth South High School

MCAS Math Results - Massachusetts

Composite Performance Index - Math:
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Participation Statistics:


Participation - All students - English - 10th Grade:

Enrollment:
Standard Assessment:
Absent:1
Medically documented absence:1
After October:10

AYP participation rate:%
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Participation - All students - Math - 10th Grade:

AYP participation rate:99%
Enrollment:
Standard Assessment:
Absent:2
After October:10

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Participation - Low income subgroup - English - 10th Grade:

AYP participation rate:99%
Enrollment:22
Standard Assessment:20
After October:2

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Participation - Low income subgroup - Math - 10th Grade:

AYP participation rate:%
Enrollment:23
Standard Assessment:20
After October:2

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Participation - Black/African American subgroup - English - 10th Grade:

AYP participation rate:%



Participation - White subgroup - English - 10th Grade:

Enrollment:
Standard Assessment:
Absent:1
Medically documented absence:1
After October:10

AYP participation rate:%
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Participation - White subgroup - Math - 10th Grade:

AYP participation rate:99%
Enrollment:
Standard Assessment:
Absent:2
After October:10

AYP participation rate:%
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State average from schools:%


Participation - Multi-race subgroup - English - 10th Grade:

AYP participation rate:99%



Participation - Special Education subgroup - English - 10th Grade:

Enrollment:19
Standard Assessment:16
Absent:1
Medically documented absence:1
After October:1

AYP participation rate:%
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Participation - Special Education subgroup - Math - 10th Grade:

AYP participation rate:89%
Enrollment:19
Standard Assessment:17
Absent:1
After October:1

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2019 High School Rankings

Students at this school are making far more academic progress given where they were last year, compared to similar students in the state.


This school is about the same as the state average in key measures of college and career readiness, but depending on the state, average can mean only a minority of students are ready for college and career.

(Remember: high graduation rates don't mean much if students are graduating without the coursework and test scores they need to succeed.)


Test scores at this school are about the same as the state average, though still below the top-performing schools in the state. Because test scores in some states are so low, many students at this school may not be performing at grade level.
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  • Posted April 22,
  • Submitted by a parent

As one who always felt commitment to our neighborhood schools, I am very sad to give this poor review and to share that we will be pulling our child out of this school after one year. Overall, the curriculum is extremely content poor, and many of the teachers are more interested in far-left political indoctrination. You wouldn't believe the amount of time wasted on kids being taught what to think, not how to think. These kids will graduate with lots of opinions, but very little knowledge. The language arts class is particularly bad. The teacher has jettisoned the reading of great literature, or the reading of much of anything at all, for that matter, in order to prosthelytize his activist agenda. I can assure you, I am no conservative. Recently, my student took a standardized test and pretty much bombed it, especially the language section. It is no wonder.

  • Posted April 26,
  • Submitted by a parent

South has been a great experience. It's smaller than other schools and the teachers and administrators know and care about the kids. Students also get great opportunities to participate in school life via sports and clubs. And our daughter has also gotten to know students from around the world, which has been an invaluable and unique experience. The academics have been challenging, and AP classes interesting, relevant and engaging. I strong recommend South to students and parents who are looking for a place where they're supported, engaged, and can have an interesting experience in a culturally diverse environment. Read the Newcomers by Helen Thorpe to get some of the flavor of the school

  • Posted February 08,
  • Submitted by a parent

My daughter has had the most wonderful experience at South High School. The ratings are not reflective of the amazing learning environment at this school. My daughter chose to leave a highly selective private school to attend South, our neighborhood school. The opportunity to get to know kids from all over the world and from all socioeconomic backgrounds has been such an enriching experience. South is a very inclusive school with teachers and administrators that truly care. Their AP classes are just as challenging as the school my daughter transferred from. My daughter was just accepted to a very selective (13%) top tier liberal arts college and South made all the difference in making this happen.

  • Posted June 03,
  • Submitted by a parent

Great new principalMs. Hanson truly cares about kids

  • Posted May 04,
  • Submitted by a parent

We came from a terrible middle school experience and have found that under the leadership of Dr. Waters, all of the teachers have been wonderful/caring mentors to our daughter. The sense of community is very strong and we love the international aspect of the school. Much more like a real world experience!

  • Posted February 14,
  • Submitted by other

I shadowed at this school and it was amazing very diverse the students are very nice and helpful hopefully i get in this school. I would definitely recommend your kid going there

  • Posted May 24,
  • Submitted by a parent

I must admit to having a great deal of anxiety as I performed my due diligence on High Schools for my children to attend. I even investigated private school options and expanded my search to encompass most of the Denver Metro area. I have relatives in the southern suburbs and heard a great deal from them as to why I would be crazy to enroll my kids in a DPS High School, so I even contemplated moving in order to ensure my kids benefited from the best education I could provide them. Between such strongly worded counsel and the less than glowing appraisals of South at places like this site, I was on the verge of making a huge leap. Then I remembered what brought me to the Washington Park neighborhood in the first place. Traditional neighborhoods and tree lined streets, active parks and big porches that draw economically diverse people out into the open where community can take form. Its streets are narrow and sidewalks are old but there is a sort of genius visible to those willing to see beyond its surface. So, I made the effort to look again at our neighborhood school and see if there was something deeper than raw test scores and economic struggles of many students and their families. It was there all along, I just hadn't taken note as I maintained my focus on the caution lights being flashed in my face. If you spend time speaking with the people who work there and the students they serve, it rises like smoke from a concealed flame. There is an opportunity here for the kind of education that goes well beyond IB programs, AP classes, and athletic programs. Give it some time and I think you'll see it, too. The truth is that my children have been high performers their whole lives, the beneficiaries of attentive parents with economic resources to spare. There are many good schools with caring faculty and competent administration, and my children were likely to thrive in any safe environment with opportunities to learn. This is bigger than that, though. South High School is an opportunity for them to experience life in all its diversity and attendant challenges and beauties, to understand struggles they have never known, and to see beyond societal veneers and broad labels which plague so many in the world today. I can't guarantee that South High School is for you or your children, but I challenge you to find greater opportunity than what is found here.

  • Posted November 24,
  • Submitted by other

The principals only care about test scores and sports. All students are not of their concern. Do not go here!

  • Posted September 08,
  • Submitted by a parent

South is a special place that truly must be experienced to really understand how unique it is among all other Colorado high schools. Visionary leaders and thoughtful, engaging teachers. Incredible.

  • Posted May 22,
  • Submitted by a parent

There is a culture of inclusiveness and positivity permeating the halls of Denver South. My daughter is just completing her freshman year and South has far surpassed our expectations. She is already earning college credit and could potentially earn more credit if she did well on her AP exams. We love the international students and have realized that the roughly attendance breakdown by race/ethnicity creates a very compelling dynamic. You won't experience any of this in any other Colorado high school.

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