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Ashland-Ashland High - 2016 School Assistance Level - Level 1
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2016-17 October Enrollment2016 MCAS % Proficient or Higher2016 Median Student Growth Percentile
School NameTotal Enrollment #Eco. Dis. %SWD %ELL %ELA %Math %Science %ELAMath
Ashland-Ashland High* 744      10.3      13.2      1.7      99%98%97%67.077.0
Freetown-Lakeville-Apponequet Regional High* 725      10.8      14.6      0.3      96%88%83%47.547.0
Grafton-Grafton High School* 835      10.8      13.7      0.5      96%89%86%50.040.0
Milton-Milton High* 1,001      11.2      11.9      1.5      96%90%89%46.052.5
Newburyport-Newburyport High* 779      10.5      10.4      0.6      98%91%93%59.569.0
North Middlesex-North Middlesex Regional* 795      12.6      13.7      0.6      94%79%84%48.539.0
Norton-Norton High* 763      13.6      13.8      0.7      97%89%92%43.046.5
Sandwich-Sandwich High* 709      9.7      14.2      0.6      94%85%88%39.028.0
Stoneham-Stoneham High* 679      12.8      12.4      2.4      97%89%88%83.047.0
Swampscott-Swampscott High* 677      13.1      12.3      1.0      95%91%92%48.550.0
Wilmington-Wilmington High* 891      8.1      13.0      0.7      96%88%79%58.042.0
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