The following reports are based on time sensitive report schedules consistent each year to insure comparability and may not reflect changes that occurred after the initial report.
AzMERIT, MSAA, ACT, SAT, AIMS, and AZELLA Results
Please be aware that the Arizona Department of Education does not issue assessment results to students/families. Please contact the school or LEA where the student tested for this information.
AzMERIT, MSAA, ACT, and SAT Results
AIMS, AIMS A, and ACT Science Results
Graduation Rates are calculated and published annually for both four year and five year graduation rates.
Four Year Graduation Rates
Five Year Graduation Rates
The calculation of dropout statistics is a cooperative effort of the local school districts, the Arizona Department of Education, the Arizona State Legislature, and the United States Department of Education. Presently, the emphasis on education reform mandates greater attention to performance measures, such as the dropout rate, which serves as a key indicator of a school’s success in maintaining their student population.
Dropout Rates 2019 Posted on 10/25/2019
Dropout rates are reported for grades seven through twelve, and are based on a calendar year that runs from the first day of summer recess through the last day of school. A school’s total enrollment is used as the population figure against which dropouts are subsequently counted.
For purposes of this study, dropouts are defined as students who are enrolled in school at any time during the school year, but are not enrolled at the end of the school year and did not transfer, graduate, or die.
These reports include the number of students enrolled on October 1st of each school year. The enrollment counts are available at the following levels: Statewide, County, LEA (school district), and School.
These enrollment counts are further broken down for the following demographics:Gender, Ethnicity, ELL, Free/Reduced Lunch, Students with a disability
2018-2019 School Year Updated on 10/28/2019 to add “Notes” worksheet tab; Originally posted on 10/25/2019
Due to missing data in some variables for student characteristics submitted by schools, the “Total” columns may not match precisely from one tab to another.
2017-2018 School Year
(Note: a previous version of this file was posted and has since been updated. The updated file was posted on 11/30/2018)
2016-2017 School Year
(Note: a previous version of this file was posted and found to have a minor issue. This issue has been corrected and a new file was updated on 09/28/2017)
2015-2016 School Year
(Note: a previous version of this file, posted on 11.3.216, had a minor column labeling issue. This has since been fixed and a corrected file was updated on 11/9/2016)
2014-2015 School Year
2013-2014 School Year
2012-2013 School Year
2011-2012 School Year
2010-2011 School Year
For older data, access or create your own report on the US Department of Education’s Elementary & Secondary Information System
Starting with the 2010-2011 school year, the following changes have been made in how students’ race and ethnicity are reported. Please see the Federal Race/Ethnicity Data Guidance for further details.
-The ethnic identification of Hispanic is separated from racial identification, so a student now may be reported as Hispanic and White, or Hispanic and Native American, etc.
-Students reported as Hispanic are counted as Hispanic regardless of their racial identification.
-An additional racial category “Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander” has been added.
-Students now may be reported in more than one racial category. Multi-racial students who are not Hispanic are now counted in a separate multi-racial group.
The below includes historical assessment results, and school profiles/determinations.
Norm-Referenced Assessment Results
AZ LEARNS Legacy Achievement Profiles
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