Class of 2016 Shows Increases in Post-High School Preparation
The College and Career Readiness Indicators Report (CCRI) for the Class of 2016 shows that students have made steady, and in some cases significant, improvements in key indicators of college and career readiness, including dual-credit attainment, ACT scores, Advanced Placement (AP) participation, and Career and Technical Education.
To view a copy of the 2016 Technical Report, click here.
Below are some key highlights of this year’s data: (click here to skip directly to view school reports)
Research shows that participation in college-level coursework during high school can increase students’ exposure and aspirations for postsecondary success. High school students who graduate with college credit are more likely to enroll, persist, and succeed in higher education.
Since 2011, dual credit programs offered at high schools statewide have been on the rise. These programs allow students the opportunity to earn both college and high school credit before graduating from high school. Research shows that students with dual credit enroll in college at much higher rates, and students who earn at least six college credits before completing high school are more likely to earn a college degree. (1)
(1) Adelman, C. The Toolbox Revisited: Paths to Degree Completion From High School Through College. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education, 2006.
To view a copy of your school’s report, please see below:(Listed by complex).
Hakipuʻu Learning Center NCPCS
Hālau Kū Māna NCPCS
Hālau Lōkahi NCPCS
Hawaiʻi Academy of Arts & Sciences PCS
Hawaiʻi Technology Academy PCS
Ka ‘Umeke Ka‘eo PCS
Kamaile Academy PCS
Kanu o Ka ʻAina NCPCS
Kanuikapono Learning Center PCS
Ke Ana Laʻahana PCS
Ke Kula Niʻihau O Kekaha Learning Center PCS
Ke Kula ʻO Samuel M. Kamakau Laboratory PCS
Kua O Ka Lā PCS
Kula Aupuni Niʻihau A Kahelelani Aloha (KANAKA)
Laupāhoehoe Community PCS
Myron B. Thompson Academy PCS
University Laboratory School
West Hawaiʻi Explorations Academy PCS