School Profile, Southwestern High School

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School Profile, Southwestern High School
General Information
  Southwestern High School  #7701  Phone: (317) 729-5122   Fax: (317) 729-2424
  3406 W 600 S   Grade Span: 07-12   Status: Provisional Accreditation
  Shelbyville, IN 46176-9632   Southwestern Con Sch Shelby Co  Open Date: 09/01/58
  Locale: Rural, inside MSA   Schedule: Traditional  
  NCES Number 1810830-01769   EIS Type: 5 JR. HIGH, HIGH


Enrollment Data
YearTotal
Enrollment
College
Attendance
Rate
1996-97 326   53% Class of 1996 
1997-98 343   56% Class of 1997 
1998-99 350   68% Class of 1998 
1999-00 343   65% Class of 1999 
2000-01 355   71% Class of 2000 
2001-02 355   58% Class of 2001 
2002-03 372   56% Class of 2002 
2003-04 361   68% Class of 2003 
2004-05 374   55% Class of 2004 
2005-06 363   50% Class of 2005 
2006-07 355   58% Class of 2006 
2007-08 343   61% Class of 2007 
2008-09 351   75% Class of 2008 
2009-10 341   72% Class of 2009 
 
Class of 2009 Post Graduate Ed
Four Year College 27
Two Year College 7
Voc, Tech School 5
Military 1
No Higher Ed 7
 
2009-10 Ethnic Breakdown
White 334
Black 0
Hispanic 1
Asian 2
Native American 0
Multi-racial 4

Teacher Data (DOE CE/CP)
YearTeachers
(Full Time Equiv)
Average
Age
Average
Experience
  Average
Salary
Average
Supplemental
Salary
Students
per Teacher
1994-95   21.1   37.3   11.9  $30,445   $929  17.3
1995-96   20.7   35.9   10.8  $29,557   $934  16.2
1996-97   21.3   37.3   11.7  $32,561   $909  15.3
1997-98   21.0   38.2   12.5  $33,824   $927  16.3
1998-99   22.3   38.9   14.2  $33,900   $821  15.7
1999-00   20.4   38.9   14.5  $34,916   $944  16.8
2000-01   21.7   39.4   14.7  $36,775   $772  16.4
2001-02   21.2   43.1   14.9  $38,037   $686  16.7
2002-03   21.2   41.5   14.9  $37,849   $510  17.5
2003-04   21.0   40.8   13.2  $37,807   $849  17.2
2004-05   20.5   43.5   14.7  $35,845   $824  18.2
2005-06   19.5   44.2   12.8  $38,278   $719  18.6
2006-07   19.3   37.5   11.0  $38,446   $1,034  18.4
2007-08   20.4   38.7   10.9  $38,607   $917  16.8
2008-09   20.5   39.5   12.7  $41,501   $1,272  17.1
2009-10   20.0   36.7   11.9  $41,560   $1,321  17.1


ISTEP Test Performance
YearGrade Pupils
Tested
Percent Passing Both
English/LA and Math
2000-01 8 53 57%
2000-01 10 64 58%
2001-02 8 75 59%
2001-02 10 54 54%
2002-03 8 50 60%
2002-03 10 49 61%
2003-04 8 63 60%
2003-04 10 77 56%
2004-05 7 61 59%
2004-05 8 59 53%
2004-05 9 71 56%
2004-05 10 53 62%
2005-06 7 55 73%
2005-06 8 58 55%
2005-06 9 60 57%
2005-06 10 67 60%
2006-07 7 53 68%
2006-07 8 64 69%
2006-07 9 53 64%
2006-07 10 61 59%
2007-08 7 62 68%
2007-08 8 46 70%
2007-08 9 60 57%
2007-08 10 58 57%
2008-09 (FALL) 7 58 59%
2008-09 (FALL) 8 60 73%
2008-09 (FALL) 10 53 60%
2008-09 (SPRING) 7 56 54%
2008-09 (SPRING) 8 62 47%

Curriculum (DOE-CE/CP Oct 1, 2008)
SubjectPupils Teachers
(FTE)
Cost per
Pupil
Salary Only
State Avg
Cost per
Pupil(Salary)
 Accounting I 12 0.17 $437 $524
 Advanced English/Language Arts, College Credit 20 0.17 $506 $506
 Advanced Mathematice, College Credit 12 0.17 $844 $633
 Advanced Two Dimensional Art (L) 19 0.17 $260 $575
 Agricultural Mechanization 17 0.17 $630 $653
 Algebra I 79 0.67 $243 $391
 Algebra II 51 0.42 $246 $401
 Animal Science 20 0.17 $535 $451
 Beginning Chorus (L) 30 0.24 $222 $287
 Beginning Concert Band (L) 20 0.23 $477 $297
 Biology I (L) 66 0.67 $614 $394
 Biology II (L) 24 0.33 $844 $476
 Business Foundation 7 0.17 $749 $416
 Chemistry I (L) 36 0.33 $425 $413
 Chemistry, Advanced Placement 10 0.17 $766 $600
 Computer Applications 9 0.17 $583 $377
 Current Health Issues 25 0.20 $259 $445
 Digital Communication Tools 26 0.17 $202 $428
 Digital Design (formerly Computer Graphics (L)) 15 0.17 $329 $469
 Earth and Space Science I (L) 20 0.20 $289 $371
 Economics 21 0.17 $250 $374
 Elective Physical Education (L) (frmrly Adv. P.E.) 20 0.20 $324 $431
 English 10 56 0.50 $273 $383
 English 11 61 0.50 $265 $387
 English 12 37 0.33 $547 $427
 English 9 54 0.50 $300 $384
 Exploring Music 32 0.45 $596 $121
 Fundamentals of Agricultural Science and Business 14 0.17 $765 $462
 Geometry 51 0.53 $509 $393
 German I 15 0.17 $390 $437
 German II 16 0.17 $366 $516
 German III 5 0.17 $1,170 $569
 German IV 5 0.17 $1,170 $873
 Health 27 0.40 $520 $301
 Health and Wellness Education (formerly Health Education) 32 0.20 $202 $400
 Instrumental Music 30 0.23 $318 $255
 Integrated Chemistry-Physics (L) 20 0.19 $285 $371
 Introduction to Two Dimensional Art (L) 51 0.33 $194 $376
 Landscape Management 7 0.17 $1,530 $610
 Language Arts 110 1.00 $415 $407
 Mathematics 33 0.33 $382 $411
 Middle Level Advisor/Advisee 49 0.57 $368 $403
 Middle Level Exploring Agriculture Science and Business Ed 27 0.33 $793 $341
 Middle School Business 26 0.17 $202 $301
 Peer Tutoring 23 0.33 $528 $994
 Physical Education 61 0.40 $212 $148
 Physical Education I (L) 32 0.20 $219 $349
 Physical Education II (L) 26 0.20 $270 $365
 Physics I (L) 10 0.17 $1,013 $483
 Pre-Algebra 51 0.50 $312 $416
 Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry-2 sem. (formerly Pre-Calculus) 37 0.33 $547 $452
 Psychology 20 0.19 $285 $393
 Science 110 1.10 $366 $370
 Social Studies 110 1.00 $419 $364
 Spanish I 32 0.17 $229 $330
 Spanish II 23 0.17 $319 $376
 Spanish III 22 0.17 $333 $389
 Spanish IV 7 0.17 $1,047 $569
 Student Publications 12 0.17 $487 $575
 United States Government 34 0.17 $154 $386
 United States History 60 0.50 $506 $386
 Visual Art 27 0.33 $366 $128
 World Geography 42 0.33 $145 $374
 World History or Civilization 38 0.33 $218 $363
Schools with block scheduling may appear to have higher costs per pupil because they may be teaching only part of the total number of students, for a given subject, in the fall semester when the information is collected.

 
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