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High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology
Public High
350 67 Street
Brooklyn, NY 11220
District 20
2013 Progress Report: A
Needs Index
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Overview School details from the principal and InsideSchools.org
Review from InsideSchools.org
  • What’s Special: Close-knit faculty and administration keep careful tabs on students.
  • The Downside: Limited opportunities for fine arts and music.
  • Read Full Review »
Performance Student scores on standardized tests, city measures of school improvement and graduation rates
High School Performance Summary
A combination of Regents exams, SAT scores, and graduation data.
6
Average
Standardized Test Scores
SAT Scores
The average combined score on math, verbal and writing sections for college-bound seniors.
1345 / 2400 Average
Regents English
The percentage of students scoring 65 or higher on the English exam.
88% Above Average
Regents Mathematics
The percentage of students scoring 65 or higher on various math exams.
58% Average
Regents Science
The percentage of students scoring 65 or higher on various science exams.
60% Average
Regents History
The percentage of students scoring 65 or higher on U.S. History and Global History exams.
76% Above Average
Department of Education Progress Reports
Performance Score
High Schools
14.3 / 25 Average
Progress Score
High Schools
35.9 / 60 Average
Learning Environment Score
High Schools
11.9 / 15 Average
Credit and Graduation Rates
Regents Rate
The percentage of students earning a Regents diploma in four years.
74% Above Average
10-Credit Rate
The percentage of students who complete full course load in their first year of high school.
91% Average
Weighted Diploma Rate
City score based on what level of diploma graduates earn.
229.5 / 350 Above Average
Regents Completion
The percentage of required Regents exams students completed.
65.7 / 100 Average
College Enrollment Rate
Percentage of Students Enrolling in College
78.5 / 100 Above Average
College Prep Index
Percentage of students taking college preparatory courses.
73.2 / 100
Satisfaction Satisfaction scores from city surveys of parents, teachers and students, and measures of the quality of school staffing
Satisfaction Level
Results of a city survey of parents, teachers and students.
6
Average
Satisfaction with School Environment
Academic Expectations
Response to city survey regarding the school's academic environment.
7.9 / 10 Average
Safety
City survey responses regarding the school's safety.
7.9 / 10 Average
Engagement
City survey responses regarding the engagement level of parents, teachers and students.
7.3 / 10 Average
Communications
City survey responses regarding the school's communications.
7.2 / 10 Average
Diversity Racial and ethnic breakdown of the student body
Diversity Score
The likelihood that two students selected randomly would be of different races or ethnicities.
7
Above Average
Diversity
Asian
19%
Black
9%
Hispanic
54%
Native American
< 1%
White
17%
About the School
Staffing
Student-Teacher Ratio
The number of students divided by the number on the teaching staff.
18 : 1 / 30
High School Class Size
Average number of students per classroom, grades 9 through 12.
31.6 / 50 Below Average
School Crowding
Overcrowding in schools, measured by the ratio of enrollment to capacity.
106.9 / 250 Average
Average Teacher Pay
Average salary, general education teacher.
$66,158 Below Average
Experienced Teachers
The percentage of teachers with five or more years of classroom experience.
47% Below Average
Teachers With a Master's Degree
The percentage of teachers with master's degrees.
84% Average
Students
High School Attendance Rate
Annual daily student attendance rate.
91% Average
English Language Learners
The percentage of students for whom English is a second language.
6%
Special Education
The percentage of students with Individualized Education Plans.
< 1%
Student Stability Rate
The percentage of students remaining in school from year to year.
99%
Temporary Housing Rate
The percentage of students without stable living situations.
< 1%
Male
The percentage of students who are male.
53%
Female
The percentage of students who are female.
47%