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At Eastview High School, we are committed to providing focused, rigorous and relevant learning opportunities for all students.

Eastview (est. 1997) is a comprehensive and college preparatory public high school located in Apple Valley, (suburban Minneapolis/St. Paul,) Minnesota with an enrollment of 2,150 students in grades 9-12. Eastview has been distinguished as one of “America’s Best High Schools” by Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report and by the Washington Post.

About Eastview High School

Eastview High School recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a 2020 Top Traditional Comprehensive High School, and the Best in Minnesota! 

 

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Overview

Eastview Senior High is ranked #3 within Minnesota for Traditional Comprehensive High Schools (#7 including charter and magnet schools). The Advanced Placement® participation rate at Eastview Senior High is 59%. The total minority enrollment is 35%, and 16% of students are economically disadvantaged.

2021 Rankings

Eastview Senior High is ranked #288 out of 19,815 traditional comprehensive public schools in the national rankings or #501 out of 23,553 schools for all schools (including charter and magnet). Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college. NOTE: MCA data for this ranking was taken from 2018-2019 due to the cancellation of these assessments during COVID19.

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 US News & World Report Minnesota Rankings

Methodology

College Readiness (30%): The proportions of 12th graders who took and passed at least one AP exam. Passing is worth three times more than just taking.

Math and Reading Proficiency (20%): Aggregated scores on MCA math assessments.

Math and Reading Performance (20%): How aggregated scores on MCA assessments compare to U.S. News's expectations given the proportions of students who are black, Hispanic and from low-income households.

Underserved Student Performance (10%): Scores on MCA assessments aggregated just among students who are black, Hispanic and from low-income households. These scores are compared to what is typical in the state for non-undeserved students, with parity or higher being the goal.

College Curriculum Breadth (10%): The proportions of 12th graders who took and passed AP exams in multiple areas. More exams are valued more than fewer exams up to a maximum of four. Passing an exam is worth three times more than taking.

Graduation Rate (10%): The proportion of entering 9th graders who graduated four academic years later.

NOTE: MCA data for this ranking was taken from 2018-2019 due to the cancellation of these assessments during COVID19. 

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