Centralia Elementary


Summary:

The Centralia Elementary School District in California encompasses 8 elementary schools serving students from kindergarten through 6th grade. The district's schools exhibit a wide range of academic performance, with some standout high-achieving institutions like Los Coyotes Elementary and Buena Terra Elementary consistently ranking among the top schools in the state. However, the data also reveals significant performance gaps, with lower-performing schools like Centralia Elementary struggling to meet academic benchmarks.

The analysis suggests that factors such as socioeconomic status and student-teacher ratios may play a crucial role in shaping student outcomes across the Centralia Elementary district. Schools with higher free/reduced lunch rates and larger class sizes tend to have lower test scores and higher chronic absenteeism rates, indicating that students from disadvantaged backgrounds may not have equal access to high-quality education. The standout performance of Los Coyotes and Buena Terra Elementary, with their excellent test scores and relatively low chronic absenteeism, underscores the importance of providing all students with the resources and support they need to succeed.

Overall, the data analysis of the Centralia Elementary School District reveals a complex landscape, with both high-achieving and underperforming schools coexisting within the same district. Understanding the factors that contribute to these disparities will be crucial in developing strategies to ensure that all students in the Centralia Elementary district receive a quality education and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

District Detail

 6625 La Palma Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620-2859

 (714) 228-3100

SchoolDigger Rank:
396th of 1560 California districts

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Grades served: K-6
Students: 4,125

Primary Schools: 8
Middle Schools: 0
High Schools: 0
Alternative Schools: 0
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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the California Department of Education.

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