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Franklin County Regional Vocational Technical-Franklin County Technical - 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
Cape Cod Regional Vocational Technical-Cape Cod Region Vocational Technical* 623      35.8      27.3      2.9      95%74%75%54.060.0
Franklin County Regional Vocational Technical-Franklin County Technical* 488      35.7      28.5      0.0      94%72%78%36.556.0
Medford-Medford Vocational Technical High* 257      36.2      36.2      0.0      84%63%42%39.050.0
Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical-Minuteman Regional High* 582      26.1      48.3      0.9      96%79%75%53.556.0
Northampton-Smith Vocational Agricultural-Smith Vocational and Agricultural High* 486      31.1      36.0      2.5      90%65%73%47.056.0
Northern Berkshire Regional Vocational Technical-Charles McCann Vocational Technical* 484      30.2      19.2      0.0      98%80%87%43.052.0
Pathfinder Regional Vocational Technical-Pathfinder Vocational Technical* 618      36.6      25.7      0.0      86%66%61%29.041.5
South Shore Regional Vocational Technical-So Shore Vocational Technical High* 636      25.6      30.8      0.0      96%73%57%41.561.0
Tantasqua-Tantasqua Regional Vocational* 497      23.3      18.7      0.0      88%75%72%30.040.0
Wareham-Wareham Senior High* 518      42.9      23.0      0.4      87%68%45%59.042.0
Westfield-Westfield Technical Academy* 540      34.4      28.3      1.1      91%60%45%45.042.5
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