Imagine School at Imperial Valley+

+ This school is owned and operated by a subsidiary or affiliate, as the case may be, of Imagine Schools Non-Profit, Inc.

Imagine Schools Grades

School Year Academic Growth* Character Development Economic Sustainability Parent Choice Shared Values
2011-12 (R) 48% (M) 70% C A- B C
2010-11 A B- B B+ B+
*Starting in school year 2011-2012, academic growth results are presented in percentage form, in lieu of letter grades. The percentages report the proportion of students who achieved growth greater than or equal to one academic year in reading (R) and math (M), according to the nationally norm-referenced Stanford 10 tests.

About the School

1150 North Imperial Avenue, El Centro, CA 92243 760-592-7250 | www.imagineimperialvalley.com Principal: Susan Castro Grades Served: K-6 Student Enrollment: 810 Educational Approach: Dual Immersion English/Spanish Literacy Year Opened: 2010 Preparing to be California's Model School for Language Acquisition

News, Events, and Recognitions

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[easychart type="pie" width="200" height="200" title="Race and Ethnicity" groupnames="African American, Hispanic, White, Asian,American Indian" group1values="1.8" group2values="92.7" group3values="3.9" group4values="1" group5values=".6"] [easychart type="pie" width="200" height="200" title="% Eligible Free/Reduced Lunch Program" groupnames="Eligible, Not Eligible" group1values="80" group2values="20" ] Data derived from the April 2012 Regional Report
[easychart type="vertbar" height="200" width="500" title="% of Students Achieving ≥ 1 year of Learning Gains, Fall 2010 to Spring 2011" groupnames="Reading, Math" groupcolors="8EB4E3,FFC000" valuenames="1st Grade,2nd Grade,3rd Grade,4th Grade,School Avg." group1values="77,62,75,65,72" group2values="85,67,65,65,71" ] All 1st through 8th grade Imagine students take the Stanford 10 Achievement Test at the beginning and end of the year, which allows us to track the annual academic learning gains for each student. According  to the 2007 Pearson national norming sample, 50% of students are expected to achieve one year or more of academic progress over the course of the school year. All 9th through 12th grade students take the ACT.