API Scores

API Scores

The Academic Performance Index, or API, is a component of the State's accountability system for public school districts in Oklahoma. The API is a numeric score to measure the performance of individual schools and districts.State API scores range from 0 to 1500.

Eufaula District Reference Number: 49-001

School Year
Elementary School
Middle School
High School
District Overall
2011 - 2012
The State Dept. of Education Provides the Most Recent Scores in the Fall After the Previous School Year
 
 
 
2010-2011
1240
1189
13 13
1254
2009-2010
1248
1088
1266
1195
2008-2009
1357
1350
1371
1347
2007-2008
1400
1343
1304
1349
2006-2007
1395
1326
1335
1342
2005-2006
1317
1269
1255
1297
2004-2005
1224
1163
1136
1204
2003-2004
1220
1374
1110
1212
2002-2003
1139
1163
1039
1118
2001-2002
848
912
892
893
2000-2001
853
848
872
856

The API components for high schools are different from the API components for the middle and elementary schools. High School API components base 80% of the score on student performance in the Oklahoma School Testing Program (EOI test in English II and Algebra I), with 10% of the score based on school completion (dropout, graduation, and attendance rates), and 10% of the score based on academic excellence (ACT performance, advanced placement, college remediation)

Elementary and Middle school;s API components base 90% of the score on the Oklahoma School Testing Program (3rd, 5th and 8th grade student performance in reading and math) with 10% of the score based on school completion (attendance rates).

OK Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT) is used to test students in grades 5, 8 & 11. These tests are standards based, which means they measure how well students are mastering the specific skills defined for each grade by the state of Oklahoma. The goal is that 100% of students meet or exceed grade-level standards on the test.

Questions about a particular school's API score should be directed to the site school counelor or principal.