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Charter elementary-middle schools in Santa Ana: What are this year's most improved?

Charter elementary-middle schools in Santa Ana: What are this year's most improved?
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By Hoodline - Published on August 27, 2019.

How strong are the charter elementary-middle schools in Santa Ana?

With a fresh school year kicking off, we analyzed newly released data from Niche.com — which include comprehensive report cards, rankings and reviews — to identify those schools that made the biggest strides last year and those that lead their peers.

El Sol Santa Ana Science & Arts Academy's overall rating improved the most among similar schools in the city, rising from a B to a B+, according to data from Niche.

For the 2019-2020 school year, the school, located at 1010 N. Broadway St., enrolls 906 students. Niche graded the school a B+ for academics (on an A-D scale).

The overall ranking comes from Niche's proprietary algorithms. A school's ranking might change due to many factors, including the relative rankings of similar schools and whether a school gained or lost peers due to openings or closings. Other numbers come from current public data from the U.S. government.

Academically, 48% of El Sol Santa Ana Science & Arts Academy's students scored as proficient or above in math, and 56% did so in reading. That's compared to city averages of 29% in math and 41% in reading.

It's not the only school that's climbed Niche's rankings this year. Orange County Educational Arts Academy saw its overall rating increase from a B- to a B. The school is located at 825 N. Broadway and is a bit smaller, currently serving 576 students.

Niche graded Orange County Educational Arts Academy a B- for academics on an A-D scale. The school's latest math proficiency was at 33%, and reading proficiency was 45%.

Want more of the latest intel on Santa Ana schools? Hoodline also analyzed the latest Niche ratings for the city's public elementary schools.


This story was created automatically using data from Niche.com, then reviewed by an editor before publication. Click here for more about how and why Hoodline is automating local news. Got thoughts about what we're doing? Go here to share your feedback.