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Region 20 AVATAR Regional Local Data AEIS Data from TEA, 2010-2011 Harlandale H.S. Student Body StudentsNumber 1,920 Grade 9574 Grade 10505 Grade 11454.

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3 AEIS Data from TEA, Harlandale H.S. Student Body StudentsNumber 1,920 Grade 9574 Grade Grade Grade Graduating class380 % Minimum Curriculum 13.7 % Recommended Curriculum 86.3 *State Comparison: Minimum 17.3% Recommended 82.7%

4 AEIS Data from TEA, McCollum H.S. Student Body StudentsNumber 1,690 Grade 9512 Grade Grade Grade Graduating class361 % Minimum Curriculum 12.5 %Recommended Curriculum 87.5 *State Comparison: Minimum 17.3% Recommended 82.7%

5 AEIS Data from TEA, Harlandale H.S. Ethnicity of Student Body in Percentages Ethnic DistributionPercentage African American0.6 Hispanic97.9 White1.3 American Indian0.0 Asian0.1 Pacific Islander0.0 Two or More Races0.1

6 AEIS Data from TEA, McCollum H.S. Ethnicity of Student Body in Percentages Ethnic DistributionPercentage African American0.5 Hispanic94.9 White4.3 American Indian0.0 Asian0.1 Pacific Islander0.0 Two or More Races0.2

7 AEIS Data from TEA, Harlandale H.S. Other Descriptors of Student Body in Percentages Demographic Student InformationPercentage Economically Disadvantaged83.6 Limited English Proficient (LEP)5.3 Students w/Disciplinary Placements ( ) 2.3 *At-Risk63.4 Mobility ( ) 16.1 Number of Students per Teachern/a *At Risk of dropping out of school based on performance and status indicators listed in the AEIS glossary.

8 AEIS Data from TEA, McCollum H.S. Other Descriptors of Student Body in Percentages Demographic Student InformationPercentage Economically Disadvantaged78.3 Limited English Proficient (LEP)2.8 Students w/Disciplinary Placements ( ) 3.7 *At-Risk60.0 Mobility ( ) 22.2 Number of Students per Teachern/a *At Risk of dropping out of school based on performance and status indicators listed in the AEIS glossary.

9 AEIS Data from TEA, % Enrolled in Advanced Placement Dual Credit Harlandale HS YearAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmerican Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races *-* n/a

10 YearAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmerican Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races * **-* *n/a AEIS Data from TEA, % Enrolled in Advanced Placement Dual Credit McCollum HS

11 AEIS Data from TEA, AP/IB Percentages Tests and Examinees who Met Criteria Harlandale HS YearAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmerican Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races * *6.40.0n/a YearAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmerican Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races * *-* n/a AP/IB Percentage Tested AP/IB Percent Examinees Met or Exceeded Criteria

12 AEIS Data from TEA, AP/IB Percentages Tests and Examinees who Met Criteria McCollum HS YearAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmerican Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races *--* *8.40.0*n/a YearAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmerican Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races *--* * *n/a AP/IB Percentage Tested AP/IB Percent Examinees Met or Exceeded Criteria

13 AEIS Data from TEA Texas Success Initiative - Harlandale HS AllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmer. Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races ELA *73***** ELA * >99**** AllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmer. Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races Math * ***** Math *6180**** English Language Arts, Percent Passing Math, Percent Passing

14 AEIS Data from TEA Texas Success Initiative - McCollum HS AllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmer. Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races ELA *6781**** ELA *6150**** AllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmer. Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races Math *5970**** Math * 70**** English Language Arts, Percent Passing Math, Percent Passing

15 AEIS Data from TEA College Ready Graduates Harlandale HS SubjectAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmeric an Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races ELA 66* >99**** Math 52* 17**** Both 42*4317**** Class of 2010, Percentage

16 AEIS Data from TEA College Ready Graduates McCollum HS SubjectAllAfrican American HispanicWhiteAmeric an Indian AsianPacific Islander Two or more Races ELA 64* 67**** Math 44*4357**** Both 38*3657**** Class of 2010, Percentage

17 P-16 Data from THECB Harlandale HS, 2010 Institution of Enrollment, Class of 2010HHS Students ALAMO CCD PALO ALTO COLLEGE69 ALAMO CCD ST. PHILIPS COLLEGE34 ALAMO CCD SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE28 U. OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO26 UNIV OF THE INCARNATE WORD10 TEXAS STATE UNIV - SAN MARCOS8 U. OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN7 ALAMO CCD NW VISTA COLLEGE6 TEXAS A&M UNIV-CORPUS CHRISTI6 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY6 Other Pub/Ind 4-yr Inst. (9)14 Not trackable13 Not found153 Total high school graduates380

18 P-16 Data from THECB McCollum HS, 2010 Institution of Enrollment, Class of 2010MHS Students ALAMO CCD PALO ALTO COLLEGE100 ALAMO CCD SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE13 ALAMO CCD ST. PHILIPS COLLEGE13 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY9 U. OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO9 ST. MARY'S UNIVERSITY7 UNIV OF THE INCARNATE WORD7 TEXAS STATE UNIV - SAN MARCOS5 Other Pub/Ind 4-yr Inst. (9)18 Other Pub/Ind 2-yr Inst. (5)7 Not trackable11 Not found151 Total high school graduates350

19 P-16 Date from THECB Public Education First Year Grades of High School Graduates In FY 2011 Harlandale HS IHE TypeTotal Graduates < >3.5Unk Four-Year Public University Two-Year Public Colleges

20 P-16 Date from THECB Public Education First Year Grades of High School Graduates In FY 2011 McCollum HS IHE TypeTotal Graduates < >3.5Unk Four-Year Public University Two-Year Public Colleges

21 Participation Data from THECB Enrollment by Year and by Ethnicity Percentage University of Texas at San Antonio Fall 2011 Institution UTSA30,25830,968 Palo Alto College8,9659,163 San Antonio College25,26925,567 InstitutionWhiteHispanicAfrican American Multi- Racial Asian/ Pacific Internat’lOther/Unk UTSA Palo Alto College San Antonio College

22 Online Institutional Resumes: THECB Graduation/Completion Numbers InstitutionDegrees and Certificates Awarded 2011 UTSABachelor’s4,148 Master’s1,007 Doctoral68 Palo Alto College Associate’s1,470 Certificate 1382 Certificate 218 San Antonio College Associate’s1,470 Certificate 1382 Certificate 218

23 P-16 Data from THECB Dual Credit Enrollment Dual Credit Enrollment2011 UTSA28 Palo Alto College1,986 San Antonio College2,514

24 Participation Data from THECB Palo Alto College, 2011 Developmental Education, Fall 2008 Cohort Tracked for 2 years FTIC Students Not Needing Dev. Ed N% Attempting College Courses % Attempting and Completing Palo Alto College234 Math Reading Writing FTIC Students Requiring Dev. Ed N% Attempting College Courses % Attempting and Completing Math Reading Writing

25 Participation Data from THECB San Antonio College, 2011 Developmental Education, Fall 2008 Cohort Tracked for 2 years FTIC Students Not Needing Dev. Ed N% Attempting College Courses % Attempting and Completing San Antonio College808 Math Reading Writing FTIC Students Requiring Dev. Ed N% Attempting College Courses % Attempting and Completing Math1, Reading Writing

26 Student Migration Data from THECB Palo Alto College Fall 2010-Fall 2011 Graduates by program N % at Same% at Other 2-yr % at 4-yr % not found Academic Technical Tech-Prep Non- graduates N % at Same% at Other 2-yr % at 4-yr % not found Academic3, Technical Tech-Prep

27 Student Migration Data from THECB San Antonio College Fall 2010-Fall 2011 Graduates by program N % at Same% at Other 2-yr % at 4-yr % not found Academic Technical Tech-Prep Non- graduates N % at Same% at Other 2-yr % at 4-yr % not found Academic6, Technical2, Tech-Prep

28 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from Palo Alto College Developmental Education vs. No Developmental Education, Fall 2010 Developmental Education prior to Transfer TotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr No Developmental Education TotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr

29 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from San Antonio College Developmental Education vs. No Developmental Education, Fall 2010 Developmental Education prior to Transfer TotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr No Developmental Education TotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr

30 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from Palo Alto College Academic or Technical Associate Degrees, Fall 2010 Associate of Arts DegreeTotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr Technical Associate DegreeTotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr

31 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from San Antonio College Academic or Technical Associate Degrees, Fall 2010 Associate of Arts DegreeTotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr Technical Associate DegreeTotalN< >3.5UNKEnroll Fall 2011 Texas A&M – San Antonio University of Texas – San Antonio UTHSCSA Other public 4-yr

32 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from UTSA, 2011 Developmental vs. No Developmental Education, Fall 2010 Developmental Education prior to TransferTotalN< >3.5UnkEnroll Fall ’10 ACCD Lakeview ACCD NW Vista ACCD Palo Alto ACCD San Antonio College ACCD St. Philips Austin Community College Blinn College Central Texas College Cisco College Coastal Bend College Collin Co Comm College District DCCCD Richland College Del Mar College El Paso Community College District Houston Community College Laredo Community College District Lone Star College – Cy-Fair Lone Star College – Kingwood Lone Star College – Montgomery Lone Star College – Tomball Midland College Navarro College San Jacinto College Cen Campus San Jacinto College S Campus South Plains College South Texas College SW TX Jr College Tarrant Co SE Campus Temple College TX Southmost Coll Texas State T.C. Harlingen Wharton County JR. Coll Other Public 2YR Institution Unduplicated University Total1,

33 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from UTSA, 2011 Developmental vs. No Developmental Education, Fall 2010 No Developmental EducationTotalN< >3.5UnkEnroll Fall ’10 ACCD Lakeview ACCD NW Vista ACCD Palo Alto ACCD San Antonio College ACCD St. Philips Austin Community College Blinn College Central Texas College Cisco College Coastal Bend College Collin Co Comm College District DCCCD Richland College Del Mar College El Paso Community College District Houston Community College Laredo Community College District Lone Star College – Cy-Fair Lone Star College – Kingwood Lone Star College – Montgomery Lone Star College – Tomball Midland College Navarro College San Jacinto College Cen Campus San Jacinto College S Campus South Plains College South Texas College SW TX Jr College Tarrant Co SE Campus Temple College TX Southmost Coll Texas State T.C. Harlingen Wharton County JR. Coll Other Public 2YR Institution Unduplicated University Total1,

34 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from UTSA, 2011 Core Curriculum Completed Prior to Transfer, Fall 2010 Core Curriculum Completed Prior to TransferTotalN< >3.5UnkEnroll Fall ’10 ACCD Lakeview ACCD NW Vista ACCD Palo Alto ACCD San Antonio College ACCD St. Philips Austin Community College Blinn College Central Texas College Cisco College Coastal Bend College Collin Co Comm College District DCCCD Richland College Del Mar College El Paso Community College District Houston Community College Laredo Community College District Lone Star College – Cy-Fair Lone Star College – Kingwood Lone Star College – Montgomery Lone Star College – Tomball Midland College Navarro College San Jacinto College Cen Campus San Jacinto College S Campus South Plains College South Texas College SW TX Jr College Tarrant Co SE Campus Temple College TX Southmost Coll Texas State T.C. Harlingen Wharton County JR. Coll Other Public 2YR Institution Unduplicated University Total1,

35 Academic Performance of Transfer Students from UTSA, 2011 Earned Field of Study Degree Prior to Transfer, Fall 2010 No Developmental EducationTotalN< >3.5UnkEnroll Fall ’10 ACCD Lakeview ACCD NW Vista ACCD Palo Alto ACCD San Antonio College ACCD St. Philips Austin Community College Blinn College Central Texas College Cisco College Coastal Bend College Collin Co Comm College District DCCCD Richland College Del Mar College El Paso Community College District Houston Community College Laredo Community College District Lone Star College – Cy-Fair Lone Star College – Kingwood Lone Star College – Montgomery Lone Star College – Tomball Midland College Navarro College San Jacinto College Cen Campus San Jacinto College S Campus South Plains College South Texas College SW TX Jr College Tarrant Co SE Campus Temple College TX Southmost Coll Texas State T.C. Harlingen Wharton County JR. Coll Other Public 2YR Institution Unduplicated University Total1,

36 Participation Data from THECB University of Texas at San Antonio, 2011 Developmental Education, Fall 2008 Cohort Tracked for 2 years FTIC Students Not Needing Dev. Ed N% Attempting College Courses % Attempting and Completing UTSA4,042 Math Reading Writing FTIC Students Requiring Dev. Ed N% Attempting College Courses % Attempting and Completing Math Reading Writing

37 Success Data from THECB Palo Alto College and San Antonio College, 2011 Percent of Students Who Transferred to a 4-year Institution with Less and 30 SCH or more Transferred with < 30 SCH Transferred with > 30 SCH EmployedStill EnrolledEnrolled and Employed PAC FY FY n/a Peers (2011) Transferred with < 30 SCH Transferred with > 30 SCH EmployedStill EnrolledEnrolled and Employed SAC FY FY n/a Peers (2011)

38 Success Data from THECB University of Texas at San Antonio, 2011 Graduation Rate of First-time, Full-time Degree-Seeking Students Student Baccalaureate Success Rate 4-year rate year rate year rate 2004 UTSA Same Institution Other Institution Total


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