Employment Transition Program

  • Employment Transition Program serves 44 students in grades 9-12.
  • Minority enrollment is 52% of the student body (majority Black and Asian), which is higher than the Washington state average of 45%.

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Employment Transition Program places among the top 20% of public schools in Washington for:

School Overview

  • Employment Transition Program's student population of 44 students has grown by 29% over five school years.
School TypeSpecial education school
Grades OfferedGrades 9-12
Total Students44 students
This chart display total students of Employment Transition Program by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
Gender %This chart display gender of Employment Transition Program
Total Classroom Teachersn/a

School Comparison

Definition of Terms 2016-2017 School Year DataThis SchoolState Level (WA)
Student : Teacher Ration/a19:1
American Indian
n/a
1%
This chart display the percentage of American Indian students in Employment Transition Program and percentage of American Indian public school students in Washington by year, with the latest 2013-14 school year data.
Asian
14%
7%
This chart display the percentage of Asian students in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of Asian public school students in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
Hispanic
11%
23%
This chart display the percentage of Hispanic students in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of Hispanic public school students in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
Black
19%
4%
This chart display the percentage of Black students in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of Black public school students in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
White
48%
55%
This chart display the percentage of White students in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of White public school students in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
Hawaiian
4%
1%
This chart display the percentage of Hawaiian students in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of Hawaiian public school students in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
Two or more races
4%
8%
This chart display the percentage of students of two or more races in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of public school students of two or more races in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
All Ethnic GroupsThis chart display the percentage breakdown of students of all ethnic groups in Employment Transition Program.This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in WA.
Diversity Score0.710.64
This chart display the diversity score of Employment Transition Program and the public school average diversity score of Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
Graduation Rate (10-11)≤20%
77%
Eligible for Free Lunch
50%
37%
This chart display the percentage of students who is eligible for free lunch in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of public school students who is eligible for free lunch in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
Eligible for Reduced Lunch
13%
7%
This chart display the percentage of students who is eligible for reduced lunch in Employment Transition Program and the percentage of public school students who is eligible for reduced lunch in Washington by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
School Statewide TestingView Education Department Test Scores
School District NameFederal Way School District
Source: 2016-2017 (latest school year available) NCES, WA Dept. of Education

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