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Lowell Middlesex Academy Charter (District)

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Lowell Middlesex Academy Charter (District) - 2016 District Assistance Level - Level 3
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2016-17 October Enrollment2016 MCAS % Proficient or Higher2016 Median Student Growth Percentile
District NameTotal Enrollment #Eco. Dis. %SWD %ELL %ELA %Math %Science %ELAMath
Boston Day and Evening Academy Charter (District)* 404      56.2      27.2      9.2      83%31%19%
City on a Hill Charter Public School Circuit Street (District)* 279      56.3      22.6      10.4      91%81%78%43.061.0
City on a Hill Charter Public School Dudley Square (District)* 281      53.0      24.2      11.0      89%85%72%59.073.5
City on a Hill Charter Public School New Bedford (District)* 177      71.2      31.6      11.3      97%84%68%45.066.0
Concord-Carlisle* 1,276      5.4      18.8      0.4      98%94%97%51.051.0
Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers (Horace Mann Charter) (District)* 359      54.0      16.4      13.6      92%65%27%55.041.0
Lowell Middlesex Academy Charter (District)* 94      66.0      27.7      1.1      82%34%
Martha's Vineyard* 661      19.8      20.0      6.2      95%85%82%41.037.0
Paulo Freire Social Justice Charter School (District)* 328      69.5      17.7      10.4      88%63%40%64.547.0
Phoenix Academy Public Charter High School Springfield (District)* 193      81.3      31.1      15.0      93%33%
Phoenix Charter Academy (District)* 170      33.5      11.2      54.7      93%94%58%
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