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Westfield-Highland - 2015 School Assistance Level - Level 2
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2015-16 October Enrollment2015 MCAS % Proficient or Higher2015 Median Student Growth Percentile
School NameTotal Enrollment #Eco. Dis. %SWD %ELL %ELA %Math %Science %ELAMath
Boston-David A Ellis* 444      68.0      12.2      38.3      14%
Boston-John F Kennedy* 394      65.0      14.5      48.0      8%
Boston-William E Russell* 402      55.0      8.7      60.4      21%
Lynn-Tracy* 424      59.7      5.0      38.0      50%52%37%52.544.0
New Bedford-Ellen R Hathaway* 342      68.4      13.7      51.5      4%
New Bedford-James B Congdon* 392      60.5      13.0      37.0      72%
Springfield-White Street* 367      76.8      13.4      26.2      55%75%46%73.068.0
Westfield-Highland* 402      60.7      12.7      41.8      60%64%44%45.048.0
Worcester-Grafton Street* 363      70.0      12.7      47.9      29%16%23%49.063.0
Worcester-Jacob Hiatt Magnet* 450      52.7      11.3      43.1      50%44%34%53.554.0
Worcester-Rice Square* 420      62.1      12.4      37.6      34%34%29%49.573.0
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