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North Middlesex-Hawthorne Brook - 2016 School Assistance Level - Level 2
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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
Agawam-Agawam Junior High* 562      23.3      14.9      1.1      76%55%35%52.037.0
Ashburnham-Westminster-Overlook Middle School* 570      15.1      17.7      1.4      56%
Attleboro-Robert J. Coelho Middle School* 663      19.8      17.5      1.5      40%
Dudley-Charlton Reg-Dudley Middle School* 617      20.1      14.4      1.1      78%53%39%46.034.0
East Longmeadow-Birchland Park* 628      17.2      17.0      1.0      48%
Nauset-Nauset Regional Middle* 535      21.7      19.3      0.6      85%66%51%59.051.5
North Middlesex-Hawthorne Brook* 490      18.0      16.7      1.0      77%52%50%49.048.0
Sandwich-Sandwich STEM Academy* 470      14.7      17.2      0.6      83%52%46%47.033.0
Seekonk-Dr. Kevin M. Hurley Middle School* 519      14.5      16.8      1.0      57%
Swansea-Joseph Case Jr High* 497      19.7      11.3      1.2      47%
Tyngsborough-Tyngsborough Middle* 419      16.0      16.0      1.7      46%
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