Aggregated by school, not individual students)
(Sept. 30, 2002) -- LBReport.com posts below CA High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) results for each LB High School.
The CAHSEE exam consists of English Language Arts and Mathematics sections which students graduating in 2004 must pass to receive a diploma (unless the CA Bd. of Education changes the dates for accountability).
The test was mandated by the state legislature and covers English-language arts through grade 10 and mathematics through Algebra I. Questions are multiple-choice, with two written essays also are required for the English-language arts portion.
The CA Dept. of Education web site says, "Failure to pass the CAHSEE in tenth grade does not mean a student will not graduate from high school. Students who do not pass the CAHSEE in tenth grade have seven additional opportunities to retake the exam. Only the part(s) not passed must be taken again. In addition, school districts are required by law to provide supplemental instruction aligned to state academic content standards for students who do not pass the exam."
To view results for the English Language Arts section, click LBUSD results in English Language Arts CAHSEE
To view results for the Mathematics section, click LBUSD results in Mathematics CAHSEE
To access detailed results for LB High Schools, click LBUSD High School Results On CA High School Exit Exam.