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Joseph P Keefe Technical High School

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South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical-Joseph P Keefe Technical High School - 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
Gloucester-Gloucester High* 818      32.6      25.6      4.2      94%73%69%39.050.0
Greater Lowell Regional Vocational Technical-Gr Lowell Regional Vocational Technical* 2,184      43.9      21.2      5.4      87%62%65%58.054.0
Leominster-Center For Technical Education Innovation* 696      36.5      25.7      2.3      93%75%75%37.040.0
Lynn-Lynn Vocational Technical Institute* 969      48.7      24.8      11.2      42%
Pittsfield-Pittsfield High* 861      38.4      25.7      5.5      86%70%55%45.034.0
Quincy-Quincy High* 1,503      34.7      19.3      7.5      90%75%76%50.051.0
Randolph-Randolph High* 679      42.7      19.3      9.0      88%72%65%55.571.0
Salem-Salem High* 933      45.4      24.5      13.6      88%57%57%43.048.0
South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical-Joseph P Keefe Technical High School* 717      38.1      44.4      7.4      84%58%60%65.554.0
West Springfield-West Springfield High* 1,219      38.5      18.9      6.7      90%76%74%51.042.5
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