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Castro Valley High School Exit Exam Results Released

More than 90 percent of Castro Valley students who took the California High School Exit Exam last year passed.

About nine out of 10 Castro Valley sophomores who took the California High School Exit Exam last year passed, according to results released by the state.

Students — who first take the test in 10th grade — must pass the exit exam by 12th grade in order to earn a high school diploma.

For the :

  • 93 percent of students tested passed the math portion of the test.
  • 90 percent of students tested passed the English portion of the test.

The district's results exceed both the county and state averages.

Alameda County

  • 84 percent of students tested passed the math portion of the test.
  • 84 percent of students tested passed the English portion of the test.

California

  • 84 percent of students tested passed the math portion of the test.
  • 83 percent of students tested passed the English portion of the test.

View the results on the California Department of Education website.

David Bushong August 23, 2012 at 05:31 PM
Correction? If I read this URL on the CAHSEE site: http://goo.gl/LPc3A correctly, the numbers are 93% passing math and 90% passing the English portion.
Analisa Harangozo (Editor) August 23, 2012 at 06:25 PM
Ah, thanks for that, David. It's been corrected.
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