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Lumos StepUp Efficacy Study: Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy, California-2017-18

School Overview

Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy is based in Huntington Park California, which comes under the Los Angeles unified district. The school supports over 547 students across the grades 6 to 8. It is a public school with a student-teacher ratio of 23.7:1 and about 90.1% of the students are economically disadvantaged.

Demographics

Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy Demographics

Methodology

We conducted a study to understand the impact of Lumos Learning programs on student achievement. We have compared the state ranking of Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy in 2016-17 and 2017-18 as indicated in schooldigger and California State Department of Education.
The school used Lumos StepUp program in 2017-18 to support student’s Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium preparation.

Improvement in State Ranking

Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy Ranking

There are 2480 middle schools in California and Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy was ranked 1351 in the 2016-17 academic year. In 2017-18, the school adopted Math program for Grade 6. About 180 students used the Lumos StepUp program for SBAC Math practice. In the 2017-18 SBAC tests, Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy rank improved by 417 positions.

Grade 6 SBAC Test Scores

Grade 6 SBAC Math

Compared to 2016-17, the percentage of 6th graders who met state expectations in 2017-18 SBAC Math increased by 27.3%.

Overall Result

  • Grade 6 students in Aspire Centennial College Preparatory Academy have surpassed the state average in SBAC Math tests in 2017-18.
  • The use of Lumos StepUp for SBAC Math practice in 6th grade in 2017-18 influenced an increase in the percentage of students who have met the standards.
  • The overall school ranking improved by 417 positions from 1351 in 2017 to 934 in 2018.

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