Joaquin Miller Career and Transition Center

Public 6-12

 8218 Vanalden Ave.
       Reseda, CA  91335-1138


 (818) 885-1646

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District: Los Angeles Unified


Student/teacher ratio:  9.5
Number of students:  214

Racial breakdown:

Hispanic:
66.4%
White:
21.5%
Not Specified:
7.5%
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Free/discounted lunch recipients:  65.4%

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We updated the 2005-6 rankings and test scores for this school on Wednesday, October 9, 2019.


Student Body
Compare Details Racial makeup is: Hispanic (66.4%), White (21.5%), Asian (7.5%). (See more...)
Compare Details 65.4% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. (See more...)
Teachers
Compare Details The student/teacher ratio at Joaquin Miller Career and Transition Center is 9.5, which is the 6th best among 160 high schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. (See more...)
Compare Joaquin Miller Career and Transition Center employs 22.3 full-time teachers.
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Los Angeles Unified:

SchoolDigger ranks Los Angeles Unified 571st of 826 California school districts. (See district ranking list.)


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Rank History for Joaquin Miller Career and Transition Center

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Year Avg Standard Score Statewide Rank Total # Ranked High Schools CA State Percentile SchoolDigger Rating
2006 4.55 1820th 1968 7.5%

Data source: test scores: California Department of Education, rankings: SchoolDigger.com

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by a student on FaceBook
Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Open Quote Hi I am a current Student that attends Miller Career And Transition Center and I have to say that it is a over all good school compared to other high school's but don't be fooled by everything you see and hear at the tour because I have had a horrible years threw out my school years elementary/middle school and my middle school found miller because it claimed to be a better environment for me compared to any other high school and when I first started it was grate and I was really liking it but when you get later in the year faults start to happen such as in the work programs some Teachers/staff members tend to say snotty comments and jokes towards the students witch is very unappreciated in my book .. And also there way of helping is very childish such as I had a kid tormenting me and harassing me and has literally punched me and I have told and have said what I have been told by this kid to the adult and then they go off saying that is gossiping like okay I understand that "Gossip" is not the best thing but when your in trouble "Gossip" has no role in it .. And the principle is just as bad I reported it to him and he dose not even bring me into his office to talk to in private incase the kid is around so I can remain anonymous on how he got in trouble and then I act really mature compared to other kids and I have been told by my teacher I act like an "adult" and its highly inappropriate well I understand for somethings but I act a little adultish because I am mature and that is another thing there "Inappropriate" tolerance level there is way to high and is a bit to much to make you feel like you are in preschool or 1st grade .. I am in high school I deserve my student rights and also there rules are not the best such as "other high schools such as El comino and taft etc etc. Allow students to use there cell phones at lunch and nutrition and at miller you can't witch I find very un reasonable due to the fact we should have the right as young adults and at "careers people use there phones so I don't see the big deal to use it on our break time .. I am not saying the school is bad but literally there are a few changes that need to be made.. And I personally do not appreciate being called a "Drama queen" or "Dramatic" or "Annoying" when I go to an adult for help that is highly inappropriate for them to do towards us students and then they say I am inappropriate well they should think and remember they are the role models and what ever they do we basically reflect so yea .. This concludes my review..

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Enrollment information for Joaquin Miller Career and Transition Center

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Year White African American Asian Hispanic American Indian Pacific Islander Two or More Races Not Specified Total
1988 123 7 7 52 1 n/a n/a 0 190
1989 107 9 10 57 1 n/a n/a 0 184
1990 109 9 11 59 1 n/a n/a 0 189
1991 109 10 12 68 0 n/a n/a 0 199
1992 76 9 8 60 0 n/a n/a 0 153
1993 84 9 8 59 0 n/a n/a 0 160
1994 70 10 11 64 0 n/a n/a 0 155
1995 63 8 11 68 0 n/a n/a 0 150
1996 63 8 11 68 0 n/a n/a 0 150
1997 73 7 13 75 0 n/a n/a 0 168
1998 65 13 12 74 0 n/a n/a 0 164
1999 54 12 17 78 1 n/a n/a 0 162
2000 60 13 13 76 0 n/a n/a 0 162
2001 74 13 18 69 0 n/a n/a 0 174
2002 50 7 10 55 1 n/a n/a 0 123
2003 50 7 10 55 1 n/a n/a 0 123
2004 87 26 14 94 3 n/a n/a 0 224
2005 85 20 11 83 3 n/a n/a 0 202
2006 87 16 16 94 3 n/a n/a 0 216
2007 76 18 16 89 1 n/a n/a 1 201
2008 73 18 17 91 1 n/a n/a 0 200
2009 64 16 19 86 1 2 1 0 189
2010 61 11 13 107 1 2 8 0 203
2011 56 11 24 111 1 2 0 0 205
2012 61 12 24 124 2 1 0 0 224
2013 57 12 23 133 1 1 0 0 227
2014 66 16 25 146 1 1 0 0 255
2015 57 13 22 135 0 1 3 0 231
2016 62 14 17 131 0 0 5 0 229
2017 60 15 20 158 0 1 3 0 257
2018 57 13 20 155 0 1 3 0 249
2019 46 8 16 142 0 2 0 0 214

Data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Enrollment/Ethnicity
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Students eligible for free or discounted lunch at Joaquin Miller Career and Transition Center

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Year # Students Full-time Teachers Student/Teacher ratio % Free/Discounted Lunch
1988 190 21.0 9.0 n/a
1989 184 21.3 8.6 n/a
1990 189 20.8 9.0 n/a
1991 199 20.8 9.5 n/a
1992 153 21.1 7.2 68.6
1993 160 19.7 8.1 70.6
1994 155 19.5 7.9 80
1995 150 20.8 7.2 78
1996 150 20.8 7.2 78
1997 168 20.8 8.1 72
1998 164 21.0 7.8 72.6
1999 162 23.0 7.0 72.2
2000 162 23.0 7.0 0
2001 174 22.8 7.6 0
2002 123 23.0 5.3 0
2003 123 23.0 5.3 0
2004 224 22.2 10.1 70.1
2005 202 21.2 9.5 65.8
2006 216 20.0 10.8 68.5
2007 201 20.0 10.1 73.5
2008 200 22.0 9.1 68
2009 189 19.0 8.9 62.4
2010 203 19.6 10.3 70.9
2011 205 n/a n/a 55.1
2012 224 19.0 11.7 98.7
2013 227 21.5 10.5 39.6
2014 255 21.5 11.8 61.2
2015 231 20.0 11.5 57.1
2016 229 20.0 11.4 55.5
2017 257 26.0 9.8 68.1
2018 249 24.0 10.3 65.1
2019 214 22.3 9.5 65.4

Data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Students eligible for discounted/free lunch
For information about the National School Lunch Program, see the USDA Website

Student/Teacher Ratio Joaquin Miller Career and Transition Center

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Year # Students Full-time Teachers Student/Teacher ratio % Free/Discounted Lunch
1988 190 21.0 9.0 n/a
1989 184 21.3 8.6 n/a
1990 189 20.8 9.0 n/a
1991 199 20.8 9.5 n/a
1992 153 21.1 7.2 68.6
1993 160 19.7 8.1 70.6
1994 155 19.5 7.9 80
1995 150 20.8 7.2 78
1996 150 20.8 7.2 78
1997 168 20.8 8.1 72
1998 164 21.0 7.8 72.6
1999 162 23.0 7.0 72.2
2000 162 23.0 7.0 0
2001 174 22.8 7.6 0
2002 123 23.0 5.3 0
2003 123 23.0 5.3 0
2004 224 22.2 10.1 70.1
2005 202 21.2 9.5 65.8
2006 216 20.0 10.8 68.5
2007 201 20.0 10.1 73.5
2008 200 22.0 9.1 68
2009 189 19.0 8.9 62.4
2010 203 19.6 10.3 70.9
2011 205 n/a n/a 55.1
2012 224 19.0 11.7 98.7
2013 227 21.5 10.5 39.6
2014 255 21.5 11.8 61.2
2015 231 20.0 11.5 57.1
2016 229 20.0 11.4 55.5
2017 257 26.0 9.8 68.1
2018 249 24.0 10.3 65.1
2019 214 22.3 9.5 65.4

Data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Student-Teacher Ratio
Student/teacher ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of students by the total number of full-time equivalent teachers. Please note that a smaller student/teacher ratio does not necessarily translate to smaller class size. In some instances, schools hire teachers part time, and some teachers are hired for specialized instruction with very small class sizes. These and other factors contribute to the student/teacher ratio. Note: For private schools, Student/teacher ratio may not include Pre-Kindergarten.




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