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Fast Facts

District Overview

2012-2013 Enrollment: 14,456
Per Pupil Expenditure: $8,329
Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:16
Operating Budget 2011-12: $111.4 million
Millage Rate: 38.4
Number of Schools: 22 (15 elementary, 4 middle schools, 3 high schools, a Pre-kindergarten Center and an alternative school)

Graduates

Students Graduating in 2013: 902
Graduation Rate: 85.4%
Total Scholarships Accepted in 2013: $10.6 million 
2010-13 National Merit Finalists: 7 in 2010, 7 in 2011, 2 in 2012, 4 in 2013
AP Course Offerings: 22
AP Students in 2012: 2,666 (50% of all 8-12th graders)
AP Exams Taken: 2,445
AP Scores of 3 or above: 43%  
AP Scholars: 188 (2012)
ACT: 21.7 average composite (state average 20.2, national average 20.9)

Demographics

African-American- 2%
Asian- 2%
Caucasian- 52%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander- 1%
Hispanic- 42%
Native American- 1% 
Countries of Birth: 39
Native Languages: 37
Percentage of students eligible for free and reduced-price meals: 60.7% 

Faculty

Certified Teachers: 1,028 (full-time equivalency)
Support Staff: 769
Advanced degrees: 52 percent
National Board Certified: 98
Milken Fellow - National Educator Award Winners: 4 (2 current/2 retired) 
Average Teacher Salary: $55,865
Starting Salary: $43,500