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Somerset Berkley Regional School District-Somerset Berkley Regional High School - 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
Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical-Blackstone Valley* 1,206      10.0      9.8      0.2      100%96%95%68.064.0
Bridgewater-Raynham-Bridgewater-Raynham Regional* 1,512      12.0      9.9      0.8      96%87%77%35.041.0
Canton-Canton High* 951      11.6      7.7      1.1      99%90%90%51.048.5
Dartmouth-Dartmouth High* 1,064      15.8      10.0      1.0      96%81%86%47.029.0
Dracut-Dracut Senior High* 801      13.9      10.0      0.9      95%84%87%58.073.5
Dudley-Charlton Reg-Shepherd Hill Regional High* 1,166      17.2      10.4      0.7      96%82%84%35.043.0
North Andover-North Andover High* 1,391      10.8      10.9      0.5      94%86%90%40.051.0
Pembroke-Pembroke High School* 973      10.7      10.3      0.1      99%92%83%54.039.5
Somerset Berkley Regional School District-Somerset Berkley Regional High School* 1,006      13.9      9.8      0.3      96%88%85%52.051.0
Sturgis Charter Public (District)-Sturgis Charter Public School* 804      13.6      11.2      0.0      100%96%94%56.068.0
Tantasqua-Tantasqua Regional Sr High* 760      12.9      5.9      0.1      98%93%92%36.050.0
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