Class of 2012 College Admission & Matriculation Statistics

  • Class of 2012 The Oak Park Class of 2012 was the most successful class in Oak Park history. They received tremendous recognition from colleges and universities throughout the country! In an exit survey administered to our 301 graduating seniors, the following statistics were collected. Column abbreviations break out the data as follows: Accepted = the number of Oak Park seniors who reported that they were accepted by this school; Attending= the number of seniors who reported that they have committed to attend this school; Average AP/C/H = the average number of AP, College and Honors courses taken by the student(s) who have committed to attend this school. Average Unweighted GPA = the average unweighted GPA of those seniors who have committed to attend this school. Average SAT or ACT = the average SAT or ACT of those seniors who have committed to attend this school. Male/Female % = the percent of 177 males and/or 124 females in the class of 2012. All data is based on information provided by the students themselves.

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    STATISTICAL OVERVIEW
    Category Totals  
    CLASS OF 2012 CATEGORIES BY GENDER

    Categories by Gender

    Class of 2012 Post Graduation Plans
    by Category
     
    Totals
    % of
    the Total Class 
     
    Male
    % of
    2012 males
     
    Female
    % of
    2012 females

    Total Students attending College (2 Yr and 4 Yr)

     283

    94%

    166

    *93.7%

    117

    *94.3%

    4 Yr Colleges (attending)

    189

     62.7%

    103

    *58.1%

    86

    *69.4%

    4 Yr Public In-state  (attending)

    93

     

    57

     

    36

     

    4 Yr Private In-state (attending)

    25

     

    11

     

    14

     

    4 Yr Public Out-of-state (attending)

    39

     

    17

     

    22

     

    4 Yr Private Out-of-state (attending)

    31

     

    17

     

    13

     

    Non U.S. 4 Yr Colleges (attending)

    1

     

    0

     

    1

     

    2 Yr Colleges (attending)

    94

    31.2%

    63

    *35.6%

    31

    *25%

    2 Yr Public In-state (attending)

    92

     

    61

     

    31

     

    2 Yr Public Out-of-state (attending)

    2

     

    2

     

    0

     

    Non-College Attendees

    18

    5.9%

    12

    *6.7*

    7

    *5.6%

    Adult School

    1

     

    0

     

    1

     

    Apprenticeship Program

    1

     

    1

     

    0

     

    Career Education

    6

     

    3

     

    3

     

    Military       

    7

     

    7

     

    0

     

    Employed

    2

     

    0

     

    2

     

    Gap Year

    1

     

    0

     

    1

     

    Total Students:

    301

     

    177

     

    124

     

    *Percent of males & females (i.e. as a percent of 177 males and/or 124 females in the class of 2012).
     
     

    Oak Park Class of 2012 - Miscellaneous Statistics

    Number

    % of class

    Total students admitted to 4 Yr Colleges

     204

    67.7%
     

    Students admitted to 4 Yr College, but attending  2 Yr Colleges

    15

    4.9%

     

    Non-College Attendees

    18

    5.9%

    Adult School

    1

    0.3%

    Apprenticeship Program

    1

    0.3%

    Career Education

    6

    2%

    Military     

    7

    2.3%

    Employed

    2

    0.7%

    Gap Year Off

    1

    0.3%

    SAT & ACT SUMMARY

    ACT

    Section

    Middle 50%

    Mean

    Students Tested

    English

    23 - 32

    27.1

    Math

    24 - 31

    27.6

    Reading

    23 - 31

    27.5

    Science Reasoning

    24 - 30

    26.8

    Composite

    24 - 30

    27.2

    90

    SAT 

    Section

    Middle 50%

    Mean

    Students Tested

    Critical Reading

    540 - 680

    608

    Math

    560 - 670

    623

    Writing

    560 - 700

    624

    Total

    1660 - 2040

    1855

    180

    SAT Subject Tests

    Section

    Middle 50%

    Mean

    Students Tested

    Biology - Ecology

    610 - 750

    666

    37

    Biology - Molecular

    680 - 750

    698

    23

    Chemistry

    630 - 710

    674

    43

    Chinese with Listening

    710 - 790

    765

    4

    English Language Proficiency

    700 - 700

    700

    1

    English Literature

    560 - 700

    633

    36

    French

    460 - 670

    565

    2

    French with Listening

    670 - 670

    670

    1

    Korean with Listening

    770 - 770

    770

    1

    Math Level I

    530 - 630

    599

    9

    Math Level II

    620 - 750

    682

    45

    Physics

    490 - 620

    555

    2

    Spanish

    590 - 700

    623

    6

    U.S. History

    630 - 740

    675

    65

    World History

    390 - 500

    468

    8

     
    AP EXAM SUMMARY

    Test/Score

    5

    4

    3

    2

    1

    Biology

    33

    13

    5

    2

    1

    Calculus AB

    3

    4

    3

    2

    5

    Calculus AB Subscore

    3

    2

    1

    0

    0

    Calculus BC

    4

    4

    3

    3

    1

    Chemistry

    13

    20

    21

    12

    8

    Chinese Language and Culture

    4

    0

    0

    0

    0

    English Language

    33

    47

    29

    2

    0

    English Literature

    0

    5

    4

    0

    0

    Environmental Science

    0

    0

    1

    0

    0

    European History

    11

    5

    4

    0

    0

    French Language

    0

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Macroeconomics

    0

    0

    1

    0

    0

    Microeconomics

    0

    1

    0

    0

    0

    Psychology

    12

    26

    10

    3

    4

    Spanish language

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Statistics

    1

    0

    1

    1

    0

    Studio Art (2D)

    0

    1

    0

    0

    0

    Studio Art (Drawing)

    0

    1

    4

    3

    0

    US History

    14

    37

    16

    4

    0

    Total Number

    132

    167

    103

    33

    19

    Number of students taking an AP: 152 
    Total number of AP tests: 454 
    % of students scoring 4 or 5: 66% 
    % of students score 3 and above: 89%

    UC/CSU Statistics

    Number

    % of class

    UC/CSU "a-g" courses completed

     232

     77%
     

    Oak Park Students admitted to one or more UC campus

    112

    37%

    Oak Park Students attending a UC 

     54

    18%
     

    Oak Park Students admitted to one or more CSU campus

     

     114

     38% 

    Oak Park students attending a CSU

     29

     9.6%
     

     

     

     

    Total Oak Park Students attending a UC or CSU

     83

      28%

     
     

     UC Statistics

    University of California (UC)

    Accepted

    Attending

    Average AP/C/H

    Average Unweighted GPA

    Average

    SAT

    Average

    ACT

    UC, Berkeley

    18

    1

    15

    3.96

    2260

    33

    UC, Davis

    33

    2

    12

    3.64

    2080

    32

    UC, Irvine

    31

    2

    11

    3.80

    2125

    29

    UCLA

    33

    14

    11

    3.85

    2053

    30

    UC, Merced

    5

    1

    1

    3.25

    1510

    29

    UC, Riverside

    15

    2

    5

    3.40

    1890

    24

    UC, San Diego

    35

    9

    14

    3.86

    2105

    31

    UC, Santa Barbara

    59

    10

    8

    3.60

    2022

    29

    UC, Santa Cruz

    34

    13

    7

    3.60

    1860

    27

     
             CSU Statistics
     

    California State University (CSU)

    Accepted

    Attending

    Average AP/C/H

    Average Unweighted GPA

    Average

    SAT

    Average

    ACT

    Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

    39

    15

    7

    3.63

    1939

    29

    Cal  Poly, Pomona

    12

    1

    11

    3.29

    1790

    24

    CSU, Channel Islands

    16

    1

    0

    2.94

    1600

    24

    California Maritime Academy

    2

    2

    2

    3.50

    1755

    27

    CSU, Chico

    15

    2

    2

    3.13

    1850

    22

    CSU, Fullerton

    2

    1

    1

    3.28

    none

    none

    CSU, Monterey Bay

    6

    1

    0

    2.74

    1580

    18

    CSU, Northridge

    36

    4

    4

    3.23

    1645

    24

    CSU, San Marcos

    1

    1

    1

    3.31

    1570

    23

    CSU, Stanislaus

    2

    1

    0

    2.50

    1715

    none

    San Diego State University

    37

    7

    3

    3.54

    1725

    25

    Sonoma State University

    19

    2

    0

    2.78

    1320

    21

     
     

    2 Year/Community Colleges

    Attending

    "a-g" Courses Completed

    Average AP/C/H

    Average Unweighted GPA

    Average 

    SAT

    Average 

    ACT

    College of the Canyons

    4

    2

    4

    2.72

    1370

    none

    Cuesta College

    1

    1

    6

    2.88

    none

    none

    Front Range Community College (Larimer, CO)

    1

    0

           0

    1.96

    none

    none

    Moorpark College

    68

    33

    1

    2.8

    1617

    25

    Northern Virginia Community College

    1

    0

    0

    2.3

    none

    none

    Pasadena City College

    1

    1

    2

    3.26

    none

    none

    Pierce College

    1

    1

    2

    3.19

    none

    none

    Santa Barbara City College

    7

    4

    1

    2.78

    1820

    22

    Santa Monica College

    10

    4

    3

    2.63

    1793

    23

    Sierra College

    1

    0

    0

    2.21

    none

    none

     
     

    Private California 4 Year Colleges/Universities

    Accepted

    Attending

    Average AP/C/H

    Average Unweighted GPA

    Average

    SAT

    Average

    ACT

    Brooks Institute of Photography

    1

    1

    0

    2.90

    none

    none

    California Lutheran University

    16

    2

    9

    3.75

    2030

    28

    Chapman University

    11

    1

    12

    4.00

    2070

    32

    La Sierra University

    13

    1

    0

    3.46

    none

    none

    Loyola Marymount University

    13

    1

    8

    3.45

    1827

    26

    Mount Saint Mary’s College, Chalon

    1

    1

    5

    3.39

    none

    none

    Occidental College

    2

    1

    10

    3.48

    1930

    none

    University of the Pacific

    7

    2

    10

    3.67

    1975

    27

    Pepperdine University

    8

    2

    9

    3.71

    1875

    30

    Soka University of America

    1

    1

    1

    3.74

    1790

    24

    Stanford University

    3

    2

    14

    3.99

    2280

    33

    University of Southern California

    27

    11

    12

    3.82

    2048

    30

     

     

     

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Last Modified on June 18, 2017