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  • 4222 NE 158th Ave Portland, Oregon 97230

    Located on the second floor of the

    Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute

  • The mission of the school is to provide a contextual educational experience within the architectural, construction and engineering disciplines, leading to the achievement of rigorous academic benchmarks and additional post- secondary education for a diverse high school student body.

    ACE Academy Mission Statement

  • PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS DISTRICTS

  • EAST COUNTY SCHOOLS ATTEND ACE ACADEMY HALF DAY

    Centennial High School Spring Water Trail High School Parkrose High School GB Web Academy

    Exploring Architecture, Construction and Engineering Junior year

    Finding a focus for capstone Senior year

    Gresham High School Reynolds High School Barlow High School Corbett High School

  • ACE ACADEMY IS •  Hands on •  Mechanical •  Team oriented •  Physical work •  Kinesthetic •  Competitive •  Hard work •  Proficiency based grading (70% or better for credit) •  Project-based school that combines core academics (English, math and

    science) within the disciplines of architecture, construction & engineering

  • REASONS PARENTS SEND THEIR STUDENTS TO ACE ACADEMY

    •  Unique opportunities for my child 96% •  Academic reputation/ high standards 96% •  School safety and climate 87% •  Prefer emphasis and educational philosophy 92% •  Good teachers and high quality instruction 96% •  My child wants to attend 100% •  Small classes 91% •  Educational program emphasis curriculum 91% Independent charter school survey 2010-2011

  • REASONS STUDENTS CHOOSE ACE ACADEMY

    •  Interesting classes 96% •  Small classes 71% •  Comfortable and Safe 86% •  Computers and other equipment 82% •  Better teachers 66% •  Parents thought it would be a better choice 83% Independent charter school survey 2010-2011

  • ACE STUDENTS LEARN SKILLS OF TODAY FROM

    INDUSTRY TRAINING PARTNERS

    Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute

    previously known as: WCTC - Willamette Carpenter Training Center

  • OREGON & SOUTHERN IDAHO LABORERS- EMPLOYERS TRAINING TRUST

  • OREGON & SW WASHINGTON ROOFERS & WATERPROOFERS

  • E T H N I C I T Y / R A C E / G E N D E R

    2008- 09

    2009- 10

    2010- 11

    2011- 12

    2012- 13

    Asian/Pacific Islander 5 4 5 10 12

    Black/ African American 0 6 5 4 3

    Hispanic/Latino 11 23 15 25 28

    American Indian/Alaskan Native

    2 0 5 11 11

    White 104 109 104 112 99

    Multi-Racial/ Multi-Ethnic 0 0 1 16 15

    Female 14 11 9 14 28

  • FINDINGS:

    Considerations need to be taken if a majority of the school population comes from one particular high school or district.

    •  Comparison data •  Average participating high

    schools •  Female population increase

  • DEMOGRAPHICS ACE ACADEMY VS. PARTNER SCHOOLS 2012-13

    High School Only   Students   Hispanic  

    Native American   Asian   Black  

    Pacific Islander   Multi   White  

    Free/ Reduced   Male   Female  

    GBSD   3674   799   521   81   55   20   291   2676   1780   1870   1804   CHS   1786   373   12   250   91   13   78   969   1006   863   923   RHS   2644   862   22   266   192   24   101   1184   1651   1373   1277   PHS   1022   215   15   194   126   24   64   384   605   526   496  

    Totals   9126   2249   570   791   464   81   534   5213   5042   4632   4500  

    %   24.6%   6.2%   8.6%   5.0%   0.8%   5.8%   57.2%   55.2%         

    18.6%   7.8%   7.1%   2.1%   1.4%   10.7%   70.7%   53%  ACE Academy

  • AT T E N D A N C E %

    2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

    95.3% 95.8% 96.7% 96.2%

    GENERAL INFORMATION 2012-2013

    Number of Home Languages Spoken 13

    Mobility Rate (# Admissions, # Withdrawals)

    172 24

  • FINDINGS:

    Withdraw policy in place to help determine causes of withdrawal

    Student interview process

    Counselor connection

    Open house

    Proper fit

    •  14% of students who attend ACE Academy for more than one day withdraw the first year.

    •  3% of seniors on average withdraw

    •  Attendance is strong among ACE Academy Students

  • STUDENTS WITH

    DISABILITIES %

    2008-0 9

    2009-1 0

    2010- 11

    2011- 12

    2012- 13

    11% 16% 12% 11% 7%

    ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED %

    2008-0 9

    2009-1 0

    2010- 11

    2011- 12

    2012- 13

    31% 36% 46% 51% 53%

  • FINDINGS:

    ACE Academy’s mission is to be an enhancement program rather than a program students are sent to who have behavior problems or who have not succeeded in a comprehensive program

    Profiles for student success and the school have become more well known

    •  Economically disadvantaged

    group at ACE Academy reflects similar numbers as partnering school districts

    •  Students with disabilities declined this year

  •  Class of   2009   2010   2011   2012  

    Graduation Rate   89%   95%   81%   92%  

  • GRADUATION RATE INFORMATION

     Class of   2009   2010   2011   2012  

    All Students 89%   95%   81%   92%  

    Economically   Disadvantaged    

    60%   100%   75%   92%  

    Students  with   Disabili?es  

    N/A   93%   63%   75%  

    Gradua?on   Rate  Target  

    90%   90%   95%   95%  

  • PROGRAM CERTIFICATES AWARDED

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    25

    2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

    Certificate of Excellence Certificate of Completion Certificate of Participation

  • 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90%

    100%

    2010 2011 2012

    Senior Capstone Completion Rate

    Senior Success

  • STUDENT GPA TRANSITION

     Class  of   2009   2010   2011   2012  

    Student GPA   Incoming 2.47   2.72   2.32   2.67  

    Student GPA Year One

    ACE Academy Entered  as  Seniors   2.6   2.26   2.61  

    Student GPA Year Two

    ACE Academy 2.51   2.73   2.4   2.64  

  • OAKS WRITING ASSESSMENT YEAR ONE

    Junior Year Two Work Samples (incorporated into curriculum)

    Senior Year Two Work Samples (incorporated into curriculum)

    Graduation Requirement: Pass OAKS Writing Assessment (Junior Year) Or collection of two passing work samples in different modes given in the testing environment

    Met Did not meet

    2011-12 Juniors

  • FINDINGS:

    ACE Academy made staff change New hire has 3 years experience working with youth who traditionally do not perform well with writing

    ACE Academy will utilize small class sizes to:

    Build on concrete skills found on testing rubric Use current publication strategies Authentic audience and writing opportunities Writing tasks/ skills/ relevance Align with leadership found in the pathways Encompass writing with PBIS and work place soft skills

    Common Core State Standards

  • POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SYSTEM

    (PBIS) ACE SPIRIT

  • FUTURE OF ACE ACADEMY

    v  Summer construction program for East County high schools students v  After school Robotics Program for any East County students v  Recruit for retention, enrolling 200 students for 2013 -14 school year v  Foster our industry partners’ visions v Meet our educational responsibilities

    v  Testing Oaks reading, writing v  Align curriculum to CCSS v  PBIS

    v  Continue to be fiscally responsible •  Fundraising banquet •  ACE Academy Golf Tournament •  Parent Capstone Night •  Grants

  • 30  

    FRC~ First Robotics Competition FTC~ First Tech Challenge

  • Coming Soon…

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