College and Career Readiness
College and career readiness measures whether students are prepared for postsecondary life by achieving college or career credentials while still in high school. College or career credentials include successful completion of an approved industry certification; successful completion of at least three hours of college-level courses; a passing score on an Advanced Placement exam; or a passing score on the International Baccalaureate exam. Graduates in the most recently finalized cohort enrolled in the school are included when reporting college and career readiness information.
How are students in this school performing compared to the state's interim targets for college and career readiness?
Interim targets indicate expected progress needed to achieve the state’s long-term goals for college and career readiness.