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District of Columbia International School

STAR Framework

STAR Rating

STAR Score

68.99%

STAR Rating System


Score of 0%–19.99%

Score of 20%–39.99%

Score of 40%–59.99%

Score of 60%–79.99%

Score of 80%–100%

The School Transparency and Reporting (STAR) Framework is DC's school accountability system. Each school receives a rating of 1 to 5 stars, with 5 being the highest, based on its performance across multiple metrics. Not Applicable means the school did not meet the minimum population size to generate a score or was not in operation during the previous school year.

Some schools serve multiple grade spans, such as a school which serves Kindergarten through 8th grade. These schools will have two STAR Framework scores. Those scores are combined into an overall STAR Score for the school, based on the number of students in each grade span. Explore more details on the performance of each framework by student group using the tabs above.

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STAR Score Trend

2018-19 68.99%
2017-18 68.27%

Middle school framework

Framework Rating

Framework Score

66.41%

The STAR Framework measures how the school is supporting the performance of each student group in every metric. The combined student group scores generate the STAR Framework score. Some schools serve multiple grade spans, such as a school which serves Kindergarten through 8th grade. These schools will have two STAR Framework scores. Those scores are combined into an overall STAR Score for the school, based on the number of students in each grade span. Explore the data below to see performance within each student group to identify areas of success and those with room for improvement. View the video linked on the STAR Framework page to learn more about how student group scores contribute to the school’s STAR Score.

Framework Score Trend

2018-19 66.41%
2017-18 68.02%
Student groupsScore
All Students 70.63%
Students with Disabilities 71.66%
At Risk 42.11%
English Learners 18.06%
Race/ethnicity
Asian 68.98%
Black/African-American 77.22%
Hispanic/Latino, any race 48.13%
Two or more races 72.70%
White 58.64%

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