More students passing high school exit exam

Today, the state Department of Ed released its report about the number of sophomores who passed the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) this year. Students who did not pass have several more opportunities to retake the test their junior and senior years.

The exam tests students in their English and math skills. Students must pass the test to receive a high school diploma, although some special ed students may be exempt.

Click here for a chart showing the passage rate of first-time test-takers (i.e., sophomores) in each Tri-City school over the past three years.

Linh Tat


  1. Let’s drop the exit exam and put the money saved towards education.

  2. I took a nap during this test and finished in like the 99th percentile. It really shouldn’t be stressed so much for schools with higher api scores.

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