School Profile Reports
The School Profile Reports contain information about the academic performance, enrollment history and AYP status of each Detroit Public School. Please contact the school of your interest for more information.
A glossary of terms is available below to assist in reading the reports.
School Profile Reports by School - Alphabetically
- A. Philip Randolph Technical High School
- Academy of the Americas
- Ann Arbor Trail Magnet School
- Bagley Elementary School
- Banks, Diann Williamson Center
- Bates Academy
- Bennett Elementary School
- Blackwell Institute
- Bow Elementary-Middle School
- Brewer Academy
- Brown, Ronald Academy
- Bunche Preparatory Academy
- Burton International Academy
- Carleton Elementary School
- Carson, Benjamin High School for Science and Medicine
- Carstens Academy of Aquatic Science at Remus
- Carver STEM Academy
- Cass Technical High School
- Chrysler Elementary School
- Clark, J.E. Preparatory Academy
- Clemente, Roberto Academy
- Clippert Academy
- Cody - Academy of Public Leadership
- Cody - Detroit Institute of Technology College Prep High School
- Cody - Medicine and Community Health Academy
- Communication & Media Arts HS
- Cooke Elementary School
- Davis Aerospace Technical High School at Golightly
- Davison Elementary-Middle School
- Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School at Northwestern
- Detroit International Academy for Young Women
- Detroit Lions Academy
- Detroit School of Arts
- Dixon Educational Learning Academy
- Dossin Elementary Middle School
- Douglass Academy for Young Men
- Drew Transition Center
- Durfee Elementary-Middle School
- Earhart Elementary-Middle School
- East English Village Preparatory Academy
- Edison Elementary School
- Ellington Conservatory of Music & Art at Beckham Academy
- Emerson Elementary-Middle School
- Field, Moses
- Fisher Magnet Lower Academy
- Fisher Magnet Upper Academy
- Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies
- Gardner Elementary School
- Garvey Academy
- Golightly Education Center
- Gompers Elementary-Middle School
- Greenfield Union Elementary-Middle School
- Harms Elementary School
- Henderson Academy
- Holmes, A.L. Elementary-Middle School
- Hutchinson Elementary-Middle School at Howe
- Keidan Special Education Center
- King High School
- King, John R. Academic and Performing Arts Academy
- Ludington Magnet Middle School
- Mackenzie Elementary-Middle School
- Mann Learning Community
- Marquette Elementary-Middle School
- Marshall, Thurgood Elementary School
- Mason Academy
- Maybury Elementary School
- Munger Elementary-Middle School
- Neinas Dual Language Learning Academy
- Nichols Elementary-Middle School
- Noble Elementary-Middle School
- Osborn College Preparatory Academy
- Osborn Collegiate Academy of Mathematics, Science and Technology
- Osborn Evergreen Academy of Design and Alternative Energy
- Palmer Park Preparatory Academy
- Pasteur Elementary School
- Priest Elementary-Middle School
- Pulaski Elementary-Middle School
- Renaissance High School
- Robeson/Malcolm X Academy
- Sampson-Webber Leadership Academy
- Schulze Academy for Technology and Arts
- Spain Elementary-Middle School
- Thirkell Elementary-Middle School
- Turning Point Academy
- Twain School for Scholars
- Vernor Elementary School
- Wayne Elementary School
- West Side Academy
- Western International High School
- White, Jerry L. Center
- Wright Academy of Arts and Science
- Young, Coleman A. Elementary
Glossary of Terms
- Entity Type
- Type of Educational Entity: LEA-School = Local Education Authority School (Public School).
- Alt Services
- 02 = The school/Unique Education Provider does not accept suspended or expelled students.
05 = The school/Unique Education Provider provides services to suspended and expelled students from the home district only.
11 = The school/Unique Education Provider provides services to suspended and expelled students from the home district and other school districts.
- Title 1
- A federal program that provides financial assistance to local schools with high numbers or percentages of poor students. Assistance is administered through the state.
- Detroit Public Schools is devided into 6 networks. Each Network contains several school and has a network leader. Brewer Elementary-Middle School is a member of Network 2: Turnaround Schools.
- Graduation Rate
- Graduation rate is the percentage of a school's first-time, first-year undergraduate students who complete their program within 150% of the published time for the program. For example, for a four-year degree program, entering students who complete within six years are counted.
4 Yr = completed in four years
5 Yr = completed in five years
6 Yr = completed in six years
- NWEA MAP
- Northwest Evaluation Association - Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) creates a personalized assessment experience by adapting to each student’s learning level—precisely measuring student progress and growth for each individual. Delivered 3 times during the school year.
- Number of students in group.
- Stands for Rasch Unit. It is a unit of measure that uses individual item difficulty values to estimate student achievement.
- Standard deviation is a measure of the dispersion of a set of data from its mean. The more spread apart the data, the higher the deviation.
- Percentile Rank. The percent of cases that are at or below a score. A percentile rank of 50 means the student performed better than 50% of the children her age who took the same test.
- Growth Count
- The group size of students in the growth analysis
- Observed Growth
- The actual average growth of the group in RIT points
- The Standard Error is an indication of the reliability of the growth calculation. A small SE is an indication that the sample is a more accurate reflection of the actual population mean.
- Projected Growth
- The expected growth average for this group in RIT points.
- Count Met Projected Growth
- Number of students who met expected or projected individual growth targets.
- Pcnt Met Projected Growth
- Percentage of student who met expected or projected individual growth targets.
- Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress. It is a 21st Century test given primarily online each spring and is designed to gauge how well students are mastering Michigan state standards.
- Scale Score
- A scaled score is a conversion of a student's raw score on a test or a version of the test to a common scale that allows for a numerical comparison between students. The comparison may be across different versions of the test, different grades, and different years.
- State Standards
- The state academic standards serve to outline learning expectations for Michigan’s students and are intended to guide local curriculum development. They are based on scale score for each grade and depending on scale score a student may fall into 1 of 4 levels.
Level 1 = Not Proficient
Level 2 = Partially Proficient
Level 3 = Proficient
Level 4 = Advanced
A student who has scored Proficient or Advanced is considered to have met or exceeded State Standards.