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Nashoba Valley Regional Vocational Technical-Nashoba Valley Technical High School - 2015 School Assistance Level - Level 1
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2015-16 October Enrollment2015 MCAS % Proficient or Higher2015 Median Student Growth Percentile
School NameTotal Enrollment #Eco. Dis. %SWD %ELL %ELA %Math %Science %ELAMath
Blue Hills Regional Vocational Technical-Blue Hills Regional Vocational Technical* 882      21.1      25.3      0.7      98%80%82%48.049.0
Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School District-Essex Technical High School* 1,219      20.8      22.8      0.3      95%76%81%61.047.5
Middleborough-Middleborough High* 773      18.9      18.0      0.3      92%78%68%43.044.5
Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical-Minuteman Regional High* 624      22.3      46.6      0.0      97%73%70%40.048.0
Nashoba Valley Regional Vocational Technical-Nashoba Valley Technical High School* 731      18.9      33.9      0.0      93%78%80%38.054.0
Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical-Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical* 550      15.8      24.4      0.0      97%84%72%41.541.0
Plymouth-Plymouth South High* 1,017      14.7      20.0      0.0      94%81%83%42.042.0
Shawsheen Valley Regional Vocational Technical-Shawsheen Valley Vocational Technical High School* 1,344      11.8      24.6      0.0      99%80%88%75.065.0
South Shore Regional Vocational Technical-So Shore Vocational Technical High* 630      20.8      31.9      0.0      93%84%71%43.561.5
Tri County Regional Vocational Technical-Tri County Regional Vocational Technical* 1,007      18.9      29.7      0.4      96%83%79%37.054.0
Upper Cape Cod Regional Vocational Technical-Upper Cape Cod Vocational Technical* 702      23.8      19.2      0.0      96%79%68%43.046.5
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