School Accountability Report Cards (SARC)

  • State law requires all public schools to prepare an annual School Accountability Report Card (SARC). According to the Education Code, the SARC "shall provide data by which parents can make meaningful comparisons between public schools, enabling them to make informed decisions on which school to enroll their children. Each school's report typically contains the following information:

    • School Demographics
    • Enrollment
    • Facility Conditions
    • Fiscal Reports
    • Parent Involvement Opportunities
    • Safety Standards
    • State Test Scores (STAR, CAHSEE, Physical Fitness Test)
    • Career Technical Education
    • Teacher Credential and Professional Development Information
    • Curriculum and Textbooks

    For more information about SARC requirements, visit the California Department of Education (CDE) SARC web page.

2023 Elementary Reports, Published on 2/1/24

2023 Middle School Reports, Published on 2/1/24

2023 High School Reports, Published on 2/1/24