William Workman High School represents a public school based in California, City of Industry. It is one among the four high schools within the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District. Workman enrolls students from Grandview Middle school, Valinda School of Academics and Sierra Vista Middle School. In 2013, William Workman was graded by greatschools.net at 5 out of 10.
Grover Cleveland entails a public school that teaches grades 9 to 12. The Cleveland Humanities Magnet is a section of the Cleveland High school. The school is situated within Reseda in San Fernando Valley found in Los Angeles, California. Cleveland is found in the Los Angeles Unified School District; and the school was named after the U. S. President Grover Cleveland. Cleveland High school represents the single comprehensive school which has the title, California Distinguished School.
In 2013, the number of students who participated in the API program, at Grover Cleveland high School, totaled 2,387. The numerically significant groups in the API program in the school are; blacks or African Americans (113), Asians (310), Hispanic or Latino (1,479), Whites (370), English learners (368), socioeconomic disadvantaged (1,711) and students with disabilities (251). The other social groups minimally represented include; American Indians (11), Filipino (96), Pacific Islanders (7), and two or more races (1).
In 2013, the number of students who took part in the API initiative totaled 823, in William Workman High School. The numerically significant social groups during the API academic exercise are: Latino (748), socioeconomic disadvantage (755), English learners (288), and disabilities cases (114). The numerically insignificant social groups include; black Americans (11), Alaska native (3), Asian (19), Filipino (24), white (13), and two or more races (5).
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