About This School
A school's Academic Performance Index (API) is a scale that ranges from 200 to 1000 and is calculated from the school's performance in the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program. The state has set 800 as the API target for all schools to meet.
David A. Brown Middle School had an API growth score of 787 in 2012. California uses the Academic Performance Index (API) to measure annual school performance and year-to-year improvement. David A. Brown Middle School's 2012 base score was 783, however the school did not meet its 2012 school-wide growth target.
In 2010, David A. Brown Middle School had 25 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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David A. Brown Middle School Reviews
david a brown was my school for 3 years and it was fantastic theres always a place for me to go for help and there is a mural against bullying and theres encouraging words throughout the hallway that are for anti bullying and the teachers are amazing and help prepare you for highschool and it is a great environment. plus I recommend putting your child in the think together after school program it is absolutely amazing speaking from experience it changed my life
I am a new 8th grade student to David A. Brown. The school district, so far that I know of, is amazing. Alot of my friends go to Lake Elsinore School District, including my little sister. The falculty is so helpful! I'm not sure why some families are against it. Maybe it would be better to give them another chance.
I am a parent of a new 8th grader. I have been very happy with this school, with the teachers, the environment, and everything that occurs that this school. I am tired of reading comments like the one above. There is nothing wrong with this school. If parents are involved with their kids, there are no issues, and I am sorry that this parent is so desperately unhappy with this school. My daughter attended the GEMS program briefly, but came back to Brown, she is in AVID, GATE, and ASB. She is extremely happy,involved, excels in all of her work, and will do well. Sad that these two parents are so incredibly negative.
I completely agree with the above. No more is needed to be said.
If I would have known this school had so many issues. I would have never enrolled my child. The school website is not updated, so most of the programs are not available. The students are out of control, when I presented the issues the staff was not helpful at all. There is no structure or form of discipline. This has been a BIG shock for us as a family. I think Lake Elsinore needs to look at this school closely and get it up to standards. We have heard many cons about this school district but entered in with an open mind and now are greatly disappointed.
Personally, I think that David A. Brown is an amazing school with amazingly talented students. As a 6th grader at this school, I'm new and not as used to some of the happening but, still, I think, if your child or yourself would look into this school, you would be making an excellent choice.
The students here get extremely high test scores. This is thanks to our wonderful teachers and staff who are willing to put up with our roughtyness. ( Only sometimes.)
The comment listed above by a parent is completely and incredibly wrong. This comment, coming from a student with many agreeing people by her side, is completely 100% true.
they have a problem controlling the unruly populace. the school seems to be undermanned with personnel that are not given sufficient authority to handle situations. too few control to many and some of the personnel in control use improper judgment.
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