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School Profile     FISCAL YEAR:  2013-14
Alameda County Community School
313 West Winton Ave.
Hayward, CA 94544-1136
Phone (510) 670-6619
CDS: 01 - 10017 - 0130419
This page includes:
School Description
API Base Scores
Enrollment by Grade
Average Class Size
School Technology
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School Description
Alameda County Community School, 2013-14
Type of School
County Community
Grade Levels1
08-12
Charter School
No
Total Enrollment
275
Population Status
Data Not Available
1The lowest and highest grade in which student enrollment was reported. Special programs, such as special education or independent study, may include grade levels beyond the typical grades served by the school.
Population Status in the glossary.
Pop-trends
Source: California Department of Education, Data Reporting Office (CDS, 10/2/2013)
API Base Scores
Alameda County Community School, 2013-14
API Base Scores data pending.
Click here for this school's API Report.
From 1998-2012, as part of California's extensive accountability program, public schools received an Academic Performance Index (API) score based on their state test scores. For more information, please see Understanding the Academic Performance Index.Note: Due to changes to California's testing and accountability systems, 2013 Base API data is not available.

Enrollment by Grade
Alameda County Community School, 2013-14
  Enrollment
Grade 8
5
Grade 9
77
Grade 10
76
Grade 11
81
Grade 12
36
Total
275
Enrollment by Grade definitions
Pop-trends
Source: California Department of Education, Data Reporting Office (CALPADS, DataQuest - Statewide Enrollment by Ethnicity, 3/24/2014)
Enrollment is measured by counting the number of students enrolled in school on a particular day in October.

Average Class Size
Alameda County Community School, 2013-14
Average Class Size data pending.
Average Class Size definitions
Source: California Department of Education, Data Reporting Office
Average class size is the number of students enrolled in classes divided by the number of classes. The data in this table is calculated using the California Department of Education's "filtered" definition of average class size.
School Technology
Alameda County Community School, 2013-14
School Technology data pending.
Technology definitions
The computer count includes those used by staff for instructional activities in addition to computers available to students. This count is divided by student enrollment to arrive at the students-per-computer figure.
 

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