College Bound Enrollment Data     July 12th 2011 ReportData from Washington Higher Education    Coordinating Board (HEC Bo...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011    CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Road Map Focus Areas                Number of 8th graders Eligible...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011        CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Road Map School District               Number of 8th graders...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011         CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – South Seattle Schools                Number of 8th graders ...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011        CBS Data 2010 – 2011 South Seattle Focus Area Schools                  Number of 8t...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011        CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Highline Middle Schools                Number of 8th graders...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011   CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Highline School District              Number of 8th graders Eligibl...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011        CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Federal Way Schools                Number of 8th graders Eli...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011    CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Federal Way School District                Number of 8th graders E...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011        CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Auburn Middle Schools                Number of 8th graders E...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011   CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Auburn School District              Number of 8th graders Eligible ...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011    CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Tukwila School District - Showalter    Middle School              ...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011            CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Renton Middle Schools                 Number of 8th grad...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011    CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Renton School District                Number of 8th graders Eligib...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011      CBS Data 2010 - 2011 – Kent Middle Schools                Number of 8th graders Eligi...
Note: Data as of July 12th 2011    CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Kent School District                Number of 8th graders Eligible...
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Updated College Bound Scholarship sign ups as of 7-12-2011 by district.

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College Bound Enrollement 7-12-2011

  1. 1. College Bound Enrollment Data July 12th 2011 ReportData from Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board (HEC Board)
  2. 2. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Road Map Focus Areas Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 4269 Eligible Students 9% 100% Only 375 students (9%) are eligible for College Bound scholarship did not apply Not Signed up 91% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Road Map Region*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 2
  3. 3. Note: Data as of July 12th 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 140 523 715 816 1062 536 475 100% 3% 5% 5% 8% 1% 1% 8% 1% 33% 100% 97% Not Signed up 95% 95% 92% 92% 1-Week Progress 67% Total % Signed up Tukwila Federal South Highline Kent Renton Auburn Way Seattle*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 3
  4. 4. Note: Data as of July 12th 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 179 121 32 34 156 158 -3% 3% 5% 100% 1% 18% 1% Not Signed up 100% 100% 100% 97% 97% 95% 1-Week Progress 82% Total % Signed Up Secondary Mercer Aki Kurose Orca New South Washington Denny BOC Shore*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 4
  5. 5. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 South Seattle Focus Area Schools Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 715 Eligible Students 100% 5% 1% Not Signed up 95% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Highline School District*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board Road Map for Education Results 5 www.ccedresults.org
  6. 6. Note: Data as of July 12th 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 ** 174 245 186 2 2 4% 1% 100% 18% 2% 100% 100% 99% 100% 100% 82% Not Signed up 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Cascade Pacific Sylvester Chinook CHOICE Manhattan Middle Middle Middle Middle Academy Learning School School School School Center*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy 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. 7. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Highline School District Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 816 Eligible Students** 100% 5% 1% Not Signed up 95% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Highline School District*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.**Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 7
  8. 8. Note: Data as of July 12th 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 72 78 55 60 58 76 5 10 21 10 76 1 1 100% 10% 16% 1% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 90% 84% Not Signed up 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 8
  9. 9. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Federal Way School District Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 523 Eligible Students 3% 100% Not Signed up 97% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Federal Way School District*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 9
  10. 10. Note: Data as of July 12th 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 123 Eligible Students 117 122 113 2% 100% 39% 46% 47% 98% Not Signed up 1-Week Progress 61% Total % Signed up 54% 53% Rainier Middle Mt Baker Middle Olympic Middle Cascade Middle School School School School*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 10
  11. 11. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Auburn School District Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 475 Eligible Students 100% 33% Not Signed up 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up 67% Auburn School District*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board Road Map for Education Results 11 www.ccedresults.org
  12. 12. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Tukwila School District - Showalter Middle School Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 140 Eligible Students 100% Not Signed up 100% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Tukwila School District*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board Road Map for Education Results 12 www.ccedresults.org
  13. 13. Note: Data as of July 12th 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 ** 151 202 2 1 4 100% 7% 3% 14% 100% 100% 100% 100% 93% Not Signed up 86% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Nelsen Mcknight Dimmitt Home Out Of Renton Middle Middle Middle Program District Academy School School School Facility*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy 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. 14. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Renton School District Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 540 Eligible Students ** 100% 8% 1% Not Signed up 92% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Renton School District*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.**Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 14
  15. 15. Note: Data as of July 12th 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 ** 151 89 179 304 113 11 -1% 4% 100% 16% 17% 18% 100% 100% 99% 96% 84% 83% 82% Not Signed up 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Meeker Cedar Northwood Meridian Mill Creek Mattson Kent Middle Heights Middle Middle Middle Middle Mountain School Middle School School School School View School Academy*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy 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. 16. Note: Data as of July 12th 2011 CBS Data 2010 – 2011 Kent School District Number of 8th graders Eligible for the College Bound Scholarship , *Percent Signed up vs Not signed up 1062 Eligible Students ** 100% 7% Not Signed up 93% 1-Week Progress Total % Signed up Kent School District*Signed up denotes that a student filled out the application form. The application is not counted as “Complete” until the parent signature is returned. Thesefigures only indicate applications that have been received by the HECB. Individual schools often collect a group of applications to submit at once which iswhy some districts notice smaller week-to-week gains.**Eligible numbers reflect more accurate information provided by this district.Source: Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board 16

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