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School Profile     FISCAL YEAR:  2011-12
Orland High School
101 Shasta Street
Orland, CA 95963-1426
Phone (530) 865-1210
CDS: 11 - 75481 - 1135656
This page includes:
Students by Race/Ethnicity
Special Programs
English Learners
Languages of English Learner Students
Related links:
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This site reports data for California's K-12 public school system only.

After steadily increasing for more than 15 years, enrollment in California schools is leveling off and even declining in some areas.

The percentage of Hispanic students continues to grow while the percentages of African-American and white students have declined. Remaining fairly constant is the percentage of students of Asian, Pacific Islander, and Philippine descent.

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Students by Race/Ethnicity
Orland High School, 2011-12
  School District
Enrollment Percent of Total Percent of Total
American Indian or Alaska Native
6
0.9%
0.9%
Asian
20
3.0%
2.5%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
1
0.1%
0.0%
Filipino
1
0.1%
0.2%
Hispanic or Latino
362
54.1%
59.3%
Black or African American
10
1.5%
0.7%
White
264
39.5%
35.9%
Two or More Races
3
0.4%
0.4%
None Reported
2
0.3%
0.1%
Total
669
100%
100%
Note:Orland High's Ethnic Diversity Index is 39.
Students by Race/Ethnicity definitions
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Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (CBEDS, enr11 12/10/12)
Special Programs
Orland High School, 2011-12
  School District
Number of Students Percent of Enrollment Percent of Enrollment
English Learners
46
6.9%
25.0%
Free/Reduced Price Meals1
316
47.2%
69.1%
Compensatory Education
669
100.0%
97.4%
Title I
Yes, Schoolwide Plan
N/A
N/A
1Explanation of enrollment calculation for Free/Reduced Price Meals.
Note:To protect privacy, data is not reported for schools with 5 or fewer students.
Special Programs definitions
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Source: Data Reporting Office (CARS 3/5/13), CALPADS/CBEDS/CDS Operations Office (frpm1112.xls, 4/10/2013)
Numerous special programs serve students who meet certain criteria. Assistance is provided in different ways, such as a hot meal during the school day or extra instructional time. Participation may vary from year to year depending on student enrollment. Special Education is another specialized program that serves the unique needs of students with disabilities. For data and information about Special Education, visit DataQuest and the CDE Special Education Division.

English Learners
Orland High School, 2011-12
  Number of Students Percent of Enrollment Percent of Prior Year's Enrollment
English Learners (ELs)
46
6.9%
N/A
Fluent-English-Proficient (FEP) Students
290
43.3%
N/A
ELs Redesignated Fluent-English-Proficient (RFEP) Since Prior Year
18
N/A
28.1%
EL Student definitions
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Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (Language Census, elsch12 9/20/12)
About one in five California's public school students need to learn English in order to succeed in school. The percentages are highest in the early grades--about 38% of kindergartners were English learners in 2012-13.

Students are identified as English learners until they achieve district-specified scores on state achievement tests and meet other academic criteria. At that point, the district labels the student as RFEP. The FEP category includes both RFEP students and students whose primary language is not English but who scored high enough on a state test of English proficiency to be considered "initially fluent English proficient" (IFEP).
Languages of English Learner Students
Orland High School, 2011-12
  Number of Students Percent of Enrollment
Spanish
44
6.6%
Hmong
2
0.3%
Total
46
6.9%
Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (language census, elsch12 9/20/12)
About 85% of the English learners speak Spanish. A grade-by-grade list of over 55 languages (plus "other non-English") reported in California schools is at DataQuest.


Student Performance Data
You can now see data on student performance on the California Standards Tests, the California High School Exit Exam, and Physical Fitness Tests on the Performance tab of the Accountability Report. Also available on this tab are data on dropouts, graduates, graduates with UC/CSU, and average SAT score.


 

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