Student and Staff Demographics

MPHS Student Demographics

Mt. Pleasant High School Demographic Data


  1. Total Student Enrollment


Mt. Pleasant High School Enrollment by Grade


9th

10th

11th

12th

Total

2013-2014

369 (24.4%)

382 (25.3%)

395 (26.1%)

366 (24.2%)

1512

2014-2015

361 (24.9%)

358 (24.7%)

370 (25.5%)

363 (25.0%)

1452

2015-2016

335 (24.2%)

361 (26.1%)

341 (24.7%)

343 (24.8%)

1380

2016-2017

Unofficial data as of Dec. 2016*

349 (25.1%)

360 (25.8%)

341 (24.5%)

340 (24.4%)

1390

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

The student population declined in the last three years at a 3-5% rate per year. However, this school year, contrary to district projections, our enrollment  increased slightly, in particular among 9th graders.


Mt. Pleasant High School Enrollment by Ethnicity


2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Unofficial data*

American Indian

5 (0.3%)

2 (0.1%)

3 (.2%)

6 (.4%)

Asian

156 (10.3%)

161 (11.1%)

168 (12.1%)

189 (13.5%)

Pacific Islander

13 (0.9%)

18 (1.2%)

12 (.8%)

10 (.7%)

Filipino

132 (8.8%)

117 (8.1%)

121 (8.7%)

111 (7.9%)

African-American

49 (3.2%)

42 (2.9%)

39 (2.8%)

37 (2.6%)

Hispanic or Latino

1081 (71.5%)

1034 (71.2%)

972 (70.4%)

984 (70.7%)

White (not Hispanic)

70 (4.6%)

68 (4.7%)

58 (4.2%)

44 (3.1%)

Two or more races

5 (0.3%)

7 (.4%)

7 (.5%)

9 (.6%)

No Response

1 (.06%)

3 (.2%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

Total Students

1512

1452

1380

1390

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

In terms of ethnicity, Latino students (70.7%) continue to be the largest ethnic group at Mt. Pleasant. Our Asian student population has been steadily increasing over the last three year and is our second largest ethnic group (13.5%). The other ethnic groups have shown a slight decline over the last three years.


Mt. Pleasant High School Enrollment by Gender


Male

Female

Total Students

2013-2014

768 (50.8%)

744 (49.2%)

1512

2014-2015

751 (51.7%)

701 (48.3%)

1452

2015-2016

723 (52.3%)

657 (47.6%)

1380

2016-2017

Unofficial data

729 (52.4%)

661 (47.5%)

1390

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

Our enrollment has declined; however, there have been no significant changes in the percentage of male and female students enrolled at Mt. Pleasant High School.


II. Student Enrollment in the Special Education Program (SPED)


Mt. Pleasant High School Special Education Enrollment by Grade Level


9th

10th

11th

12th

Total

2013-2014

60 (23.6%)

66 (26.0%)

68 (26.8%)

60 (23.6%)

254/1512 (16.8%)

2014-2015

65 (25.0%)

62 (23.8%)

69 (26.5%)

64 (24.6%)

260/1452 (17.9%)

2015-2016

44 (21.2%)

62 (29.8%)

51 (24.5%)

51 (24.5%)

208/1380 (15.1%)

2016-2017

Unofficial data

62 (27.3%)

50 (22%)

59 (25.9%)

56 (24.6%)

227/1390 (16.3%)

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

Currently, the percentage of students with disabilities enrolled  is 16.3% of the total student population. Overall, our district provides SPED services to 10.4% of the district’s student population. The percentage of SPED students served at Mt. Pleasant High School is  5.9% higher than the district’s total. The percentage of incoming 9th grade students with disabilities has increased this school year.


Mt. Pleasant High School Special Education Enrollment by Gender


Male

Female

Total Students

2013-2014

148 (58.3%)

106 (41.7%)

254

2014-2015

167 (64.2%)

93 (35.8%)

260

2015-2016

140 (67.3%)

68 (32.7%)

208

2016-2017

Unofficial data

162 (71.4%)

65 (28.6%)

227

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

The percentage of male students receiving special education services continues to increase in spite of declining enrollment. Since the 2013-2014 school year, the percentage of male students with disabilities has increased by 13.1% while the percentage of female students with disabilities has decreased by 13.1%.  


Mt. Pleasant High School Special Education Enrollment by Ethnicity


2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Unofficial data*

American Indian

1 (0.4%)

2 (0.8%)

2 (1.0%)

6 (2.6%)

Asian

10 (3.9%)

17 (6.5%)

15 (7.2%)

16 (7%)

Pacific Islander

2 (0.8%)

2 (0.8%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

Filipino

9 (3.5%)

7 (2.7%)

7 (3.4%)

6 (2.6%)

African-American

15 (5.9%)

16 (6.2%)

12 (5.8%)

14 (6.1%)

Hispanic or Latino

197 (77.6%)

198 (76.2%)

156 (75.0%)

171 (75.3%)

White

(not Hispanic)

20 (7.9%)

18 (6.9%)

16 (7.7%)

14 (6.1%)

No Response

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

Total Students

254

260

208

227

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

The percentage of Special Education students  of Asian, Pacific Islander, and Filipino ethnicities is lower than the percentage of these same ethnicities schoolwide. The percentage of Special Education students of African American, Latino and White ethnicities is higher than the percentage of these same ethnicities schoolwide.



III. Student Enrollment by English Proficiency


Mt. Pleasant High School Enrollment by English Proficiency


2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Unofficial data*

English Learner (EL)

244 (16%)

231 (17%)

250 (18%)

345 (25%)

Initially Fluent English Proficient (IFEP)

677 (45%)

689 (47%)

637 (46%)

559 (40%)


Re-designated Fluent English Proficient  (RFEP)

71 (5%)

59 (4%)

30 (2%)

40 (3%)

Total English Learner

992 (65%)

979 (67%)

917 (66%)

944 (68%)

Total Enrollment

1512

1452

1380

1390

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

The percentage of students classified as English Learners has increased by 7% and our overall percentage of students who come from homes where a second language is spoken has increased by 3% over the last four years.


Mt. Pleasant High School English Learner Enrollment by Grade Level


2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Unofficial data*

Grade 9

83 (34%)

78 (34%)

76 (30%)

119 (34%)

Grade 10

65 (27%)

52 (23%)

74 (30%)

95 (28%)

Grade 11

45 (18%)

55 (24%)

55 (22%)

81 (23%)

Grade 12

51 (21%)

46 (20%)

45 (18%)

50 (14%)

Total

244

231

250

345

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

There are fewer English Learner students in grade 12 than in grade 9-11. This reflects the continued redesignation of our English Learners.


Mt. Pleasant High School Fluent English Proficient (FEP) Students by Grade Level


2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Unofficial data*

Grade 9

131 (19%)

151 (22%)

150 (24%)

99 (18%)

Grade 10

164 (24%)

162 (24%)

157 (25%)

141 (25%)

Grade 11

200 (30%)

184 (27%)

161 (25%)

154 (28%)

Grade 12

182 (27%)

192 (28%)

169 (27%)

165 (30%)

Total

677

689

637

559

*CBEDS data is not available for the 2016-2017 school year. This information comes from Infinite Campus, our district’s student information system.

The percentage of incoming ninth graders designated as Fluent English Proficient has decreased by 1% from 2013-2014.


IV. Student Enrollment by Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Designation


Mt. Pleasant High School Socio-Economically Disadvantaged by Grade Level*


2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

Grade 9

260 (24%)

261 ( 27%)

217(26%)

Grade 10

262 (24%)

201 (21%)

232 (27%)

Grade 11

309 (28%)

225 (23%)

198 (23%)

Grade 12

250 (23%)

282 (30%)

204 (24%)

Total**

1081/1512 (71%)

969/1452 (67%)

851/1381 (62%)

*2016-2017 school year data is unavailable.

**2015-2016 data comes from the East Side Union High School District Office.

As our enrollment has declined so has the percentage of students from socioeconomically disadvantaged households (parents did not complete a high school diploma and/or income qualifies student to participate in the National School Lunch Program).






Mt. Pleasant High School Socioeconomically Disadvantaged by Ethnicity

Year

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

American Indian

4 (0.3%)

1 (0.1%)

2 (0.2%)

Asian

(including Filipino)*

138 (12.7%)

138 (14.2%)

122 (14.3%)

Pacific Islander

8 (0.7%)

11 (1.1%)

6 (0.7%)

African-American

36 (3.3%)

26 (2.6%)

20 (2.3%)

Hispanic or Latino

864 (79.9%)

760 (78.4%)

683 (80.2%)

White (not Hispanic)

27 (2.5%)

28 (2.8%)

16 (1.8%)

Two or more races

3 (0.2%)

4 (0.4%)

2(.2%)

Missing

1 (.09%)

1 (.1%)

0 (0.0%)

Total Students**

1081

969

851

*CDE includes Filipino students as part of the Asian population.

**2015-2016 data comes from the East Side Union High School District Office.

Latino students constitute our largest population of socioeconomically disadvantaged students with 80.2%, followed by Asian students with 14.3%.  This pattern has remained steady over the past three years.  


V. Federal Funding Program Criteria


Mt. Pleasant Students on Free / Reduced Lunch Program

Year

Free / Reduced

School Enrollment

Percent

2013-2014

927

1512

61.3%

2014-2015

877

1452

60.4%

2015-2016

883

1380

64.0%

2016-2017

(as of Dec. 2016)

952

1390

68.5%

Staff Demographics

Mt. Pleasant High School Staffing Information


I. Staff Demographic Information

Mt. Pleasant High School Number of Teachers by Ethnicity

Year

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

American Indian

1 (1.3%)

1 (1.3%)


2 (%)

Asian

9 (11.5%)

9 (11.8%)


6 (8.8%)

Pacific Islander

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)


0 (0.0%)

Filipino

7 (8.9%)

7 (9.2%)


9 (13.2%)

African-American

6 (7.7%)

7 (9.2%)


7 (10.2%)

Hispanic or Latino

19 (24.4%)

18 (23.7%)


18 (26.4%)

White (not Hispanic)

36 (46.2%)

34 (46.1%)


27 (39.1%)

Total Staff

78

76

72

69

The number of teachers has decreased due to declining enrollment. The majority of our teachers are White (38.2%), Latino (26.4%), and Filipino(13.2%).


II. Staff Level of Education and Credentialing Information


Mt. Pleasant High School Teacher Educational Level

Year

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Doctorate

2 (2.6%)

2 (2.6%)

1 (1.4%)

1 (1.4%)

Master’s Degree +30

1 (1.3%)

1 (1.3%)

0(0%)

0 (0%)

Master’s Degree

27 (34.6%)

23 (30.4%)

31 (43%)

27 (39.1%)

Bachelor’s Degree +30

40 (51.3%)

41 (53.9%)

38 (53.7%)

36 (52.1%)

Bachelor’s Degree

8 (10.2%)

9 (11.8%)

3 (4.1%)

6 (8.6%)

Total Staff

78

76

72

69


Mt. Pleasant Teacher Experience

Year

Avg. Years Teaching

Avg. Years in District

# First Year Teachers

# Second Year Teachers

2013-2014

16.0

13.0

2

4

2014-2015

16.0

14.0

2

2

2015-2016

14.4

16.2

6

2

2016-2017

14.6

12.9

6

7

Mount Pleasant has a very stable teaching staff with most teachers averaging 16 years of experience, slightly above the district’s average of 14 years.  



III. Classified Staff Demographic Information


Mt. Pleasant Classified Staff


2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Para Professionals

7

6

10

Office Staff

8

9

9

Other Classified

12

14

15

Full Time

N/A

24

29

Part Time

N/A

5

5

Total Classified Staff

27

29

34

There has been an increase in the number of paraeducators to serve our SPED student populations. We also have an extra custodian.









Mt. Pleasant High School Classified Staff by Ethnicity

Year

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

African-American

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

2 (5.8%)

American Indian

1 (3.7%)

1 (3.4%)

1 (2.9%)

Asian

3 (11.1%)

2 (6.8%)

3 (8.8%)

Filipino

3 (11.1%)

0 (0.0%)

1 (2.9%)

Hispanic or Latino

17 (62.9%)

22 (75.8%)

21 (61.7%)

Pacific Islander

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

White (not Hispanic)

3 (11.1%)

4 (13.7%)

6 (17.6%)

Multiple, No Response

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

Total Staff

27

29

34

The majority of the classified staff (21 (61.7%)) is Latino.



















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