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College Bound Enrollement 7-25-2011

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College Bound sign-up data as of 7/25/2011. The overall percentage in the Road Map region is 93%!

College Bound sign-up data as of 7/25/2011. The overall percentage in the Road Map region is 93%!

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  • 1. College Bound Enrollment Data July 25th 2011 Report
    Data from Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board (HEC Board)
  • 2. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Road Map Focus Areas
    2
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs. Not signed up
    4269
    Eligible Students
    Only 282 students (7%) eligible for the
    College Bound scholarship did not apply
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
  • 3. Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Road Map School District
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs. Not signed up
    Eligible
    Students
    715
    140
    536
    1062
    475
    816
    523
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    3
  • 4. Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – South Seattle Schools
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed Up vs. Not Signed Up
    35 Eligible
    Students
    34
    156
    32
    121
    158
    179
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    4
  • 5. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 South Seattle Focus Area Schools
    5
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    715 Eligible
    Students
    100%
    2%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • 6. Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Highline Middle Schools
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    207 Eligible
    Students **
    186
    174
    2
    2
    245
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    **Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    6
  • 7. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Highline School District
    7
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    816 Eligible Students**
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    **Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
  • 8. Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Federal Way Schools
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    55
    60
    78
    72
    10
    58
    1
    76
    76
    10
    5
    1
    21
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    8
  • 9. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Federal Way School District
    9
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    523 Eligible Students
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
  • 10. Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Auburn Middle Schools
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    117
    123
    113
    100%
    122 Eligible
    Students
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    10
  • 11. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Auburn School District
    11
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    475 Eligible Students
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • 12. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Tukwila School District - Showalter Middle School
    12
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    140 Eligible Students
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • 13. Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Renton Middle Schools
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    178 Eligible
    Students **
    4
    202
    151
    2
    1
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    **Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    13
  • 14. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Renton School District
    14
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    540 Eligible Students **
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    **Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
  • 15. Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Kent Middle Schools
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    215 Eligible
    Students **
    113
    89
    11
    304
    151
    179
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    **Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board
    15
  • 16. CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Kent School District
    16
    Note: Data as of July 25th 2011
    Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up
    1062 Eligible Students **
    100%
    *Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. These figures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which is why some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.
    **Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.
    Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board