Students in the Pasadena Unified School District made gains in their English and Language Arts skill levels, and matched their 2011 performance in math, according to California Standards Tests results released Friday
They were amongst approximately 4.7 million students who participated in the 2012 Standardized Testing and Reporting program, according to the California Department of Education.
For the Pasadena Unified School District as a whole, 52.2 percent of students scored proficient or advanced at the English and Language Arts section of the test, up from 50.7 percent in 2011.
On the math section, 46 percent of students scored proficient or advanced, the exact same percentage as in 2011.
performed extremely well compared to the district as a whole, scoring as one of the top two schools in English, with 80.1 percent scoring proficient or advanced, and one of the top two in Math, with an 84.3 percent rating.
Nearby Don Benito was the other school in the distrcit to reach an 84 percent proficient or advanced rate.
For more detailed results, check out the state Department of Education website.