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
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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) are 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 counselor or principal.