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  • HOLYOKE HIGH SCHOOL

    Enrollment and Performance at

    Holyoke Community College

    Spring 2015 Report for School Principals and Superintendents

  • I. HCC Fall Enrollment, by year (last 5 years)

    Total HCC Enrollment

    Total Recent High School graduates enrolled at HCC

    Enrollment among students who recently graduated from Holyoke High School

    Percent of Recent Holyoke High School graduates enrolled at HCC

    II. College Readiness among Recent Holyoke High School graduates enrolled in Fall 2014

    (comparison to All Recent HS grads included)

    Placement into Developmental Math

    Placement into Developmental English

    III. Performance and Retention in the First Year: Recent Holyoke High School graduates enrolled Fall 2014

    (comparison to all Recent HS grads included)

    First term Course Completion Rate, Fall 2014

    First term Grade Point Averages, Fall 2014

    First to second term retention, Fall 2014 to Spring 2015

    IV. HCC Graduates, by year (last 5 years)

    Total HCC graduates

    HCC graduates who graduated from Holyoke High School

    V. Cohort Tracking: Graduation, Transfer, and Still Enrolled 3 and 4 Years Out

    VI. Transfer Among HCC Graduates and Non-Graduates

    Transfer to 2 and 4-yr Institutions (rates)

    Transfer to 2 and 4-yr Institutions (names)

    Glossary of Terms

    Enrollment and Performance at Holyoke Community College (A report prepared for School Principals and Superintendents)

    Purpose and Content: The purpose of this report is to help area school superintendents and principals better understand college readiness, enrollment, performance, and persistence patterns of students who graduate from their schools and subsequently enroll at Holyoke Community College. In order to provide some frame of reference for understanding data specific to your own high

    school, several of the sections include data for All HCC students and/or All Recent High School graduates. In order to protect the confidentiality of student records, no data are presented for items

    when data exist for fewer than 6 students.

    Data Sources: For the most part, data presented in this report have been collected from HCC's administrative database and/or the longitudinal files maintained by HCC's Office of Institutional Research. The National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) is the source for transfer data (i.e., data regarding HCC students' subsequent enrollment at other institutions). Participation in the NSC is

    voluntary and not all institutions participate. As a result, data collected may not accurately reflect all transfer activity. Data are presented in six sections:

  • Report for School Principals and Superintendents: Spring 2015 Enrollment

    I. HCC Fall ENROLLMENT: Fall 2010 - Fall 2014

    7,404 7,144 7,164 6,740 6,604

    Fall 10 Fall 11 Fall 12 Fall 13 Fall 14

    # students enrolled at HCC

    Chart 1a. HCC Enrollment: ALL

    1,150 1,203 1,177 1,104 1,097

    Fall 10 Fall 11 Fall 12 Fall 13 Fall 14

    # RECENT HS Grads enrolled at

    HCC

    Chart 1b. HCC Enrollment: Recent HS Grads, only

    89 85

    106

    85

    101

    Fall 10 Fall 11 Fall 12 Fall 13 Fall 14

    # Holyoke HS Graduates

    enrolled at HCC

    Chart 1c. Number of Recent HS Grads: Holyoke HS

    Grads Enrolled at HCC

    38% 38% 42%

    36% 37%

    Fall 10 Fall 11 Fall 12 Fall 13 Fall 14

    % RECENT Holyoke HS Graduates

    enrolled at HCC

    Chart 1d. Percent of Recent Holyoke HS Grads Enrolled

    at HCC

    Prepared by the Office of Institutional Research Holyoke Community College Page 2 of 8

  • Report for School Principals and Superintendents: Spring 2015 College Readiness, Performance, and Retention

    All Holyoke HS

    Mean GPA 2.01 2.00

    Median GPA 2.35 2.35

    NOTE:

    1. "% Successful Course Completions" =

    Successful Course Completions/Total Course Enrollments

    2. N represents Total Course Enrollments

    II. COLLEGE READINESS: Recent HS Graduates' Readiness based on Developmental Level (DE) Course

    Placement, Fall 2014

    III. PERFORMANCE and RETENTION in the First Year: Recent High School Graduates, Fall 2014

    Fall 2014 GPA: Recent HS Graduates

    NOTE:

    GPA calculations DO NOT include grades

    associated with Developmental Level courses

    71% 68%

    All Recent HS Grads(N=3922)

    Holyoke HS RecentGrads (N=358)

    % successful

    course completions

    Chart 4. Course Completion Rate: Recent

    HS Graduates, only

    41%

    57%

    All Recent HS Grads (N=1097) Holyoke HS Recent Grads(N=101)

    % placed into DE English

    Chart 3. Percent of students requiring any DE English

    76% 80%

    All Recent HS Grads(N=1097)

    Holyoke HS Recent Grads(N=101)

    % placed into DE Math

    Chart 2. Percent of students requiring any DE Math

    78% 77%

    All Recent HS Grads(N=1097)

    Holyoke HS RecentGrads (N=101)

    % Fall 2014 students

    returning in Spring 2015

    Chart 5. Fall-to-Spring Retention Rate:

    Recent HS Graduates, only

    Prepared by the Office of Institutional Research Holyoke Community College Page 3 of 8

  • Report for School Principals and Superintendents: Spring 2015 Graduates

    IV. HCC GRADUATES: Fiscal Years 2010 - 2014

    1,059 1,093

    984 927

    1,057

    FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14

    # HCC Graduates

    Chart 6a. HCC Graduates: ALL

    49

    68

    53 51

    72

    FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14

    # HCC Graduates

    (Holyoke HS Alumni, only)

    Chart 6b. HCC Graduates: Holyoke HS Alumni

    Prepared by the Office of Institutional Research Holyoke Community College Page 4 of 8

  • Report for School Principals and Superintendents: Spring 2015 Cohort Tracking: Grad, Trans, Still Enrolled

    NOTE:

    1. "Cohort" refers to Recent High School graduates (e.g. in Chart 7a and 7c, the Fall 2010 cohort includes ALL recent HS grads enrolled at HCC in Fall 2010).

    who entered in Fall 2010, completed a degree at HCC in June 2012, then transferred to UMass is included in only the "graduated" count for the Fall 2010 cohort.

    V. COHORT TRACKING: Graduation, Transfer, and Still Enrolled 3 and 4 Years Out

    2. Each student is counted only once, where "outcomes" are prioritized as follows: graduate, transfer, still enrolled, leaver. That is, a student

    18%

    17%

    23%

    18%

    21%

    19%

    16%

    16%

    15%

    48%

    46%

    43%

    Fall 2009 Cohort(N=1313)

    Fall 2010 Cohort(N=1150)

    Fall 2011 Cohort(N=1203)

    % of cohort

    Chart 7a. Status 3 Yrs After Entering HCC, ALL

    Graduated Transferred Still Enrolled Leaver

    24%

    23%

    24%

    25%

    7%

    8%

    45%

    44%

    Fall 2009 Cohort(N=1313)

    Fall 2010 Cohort(N=1150)

    % of cohort

    Chart 7c. Status 4 Yrs After Entering HCC, ALL

    Graduated Transferred Still Enrolled Leaver

    Data not yet

    available

    13%

    11%

    28%

    9%

    13%

    11%

    21%

    20%

    19%

    56%

    55%

    42%

    Fall 2009 Cohort(N=89)

    Fall 2010 Cohort(N=89)

    Fall 2011 Cohort(N=85)

    % of cohort

    Chart 7b. Status 3 Yrs After Entering HCC,

    Holyoke HS

    Graduated Transferred Still Enrolled Leaver

    21%

    18%

    13%

    19%

    8%

    10%

    57%

    53%

    Fall 2009 Cohort(N=89)

    Fall 2010 Cohort(N=89)

    % of cohort

    Chart 7d. Status 4 Yrs After Entering HCC,

    Holyoke HS

    Graduated Transferred Still Enrolled Leaver

    Prepared by the Office of Institutional Research Holyoke Community College Page 5 of 8

  • Report for School Principals and Superintendents: Spring 2015 Transfer Patterns and Rates

    2009 and 2013. That is, a student who was enrolled at HCC as a recent high school graduate in Fall 2009, transferred to a 2-yr institution in Fall

    2011, and then transferred to a 4-yr institution in Spring 2012, is counted as a transfer to a 2-yr institution.

    VI. TRANSFER Rates Among HCC Graduates and Non-Graduates: Cohorts 2009-2013

    NOTE: "Transfer" refers to the first transfer for all students who entered HCC as a "Recent High School Graduate" during any Fall semester between

    Didn't Transfer 33%

    Transfer to 2-Yr School

    2%

    Transfer to 4-Yr School

    65%

    Chart 8a. TRANSFER Among HCC GRADUATES,

    All entering as Recent HS grads

    Didn't Transfer 40%

    Transfer to 2-Yr School

    3%

    Transfer to 4-Yr School

    57%

    Chart 8b. TRANSFER Among HCC GRADUATES,

    Holyoke HS alumni

    Transfer to 2-Yr School

    61%

    Transfer to 4-Yr School

    39%

    Chart 8c. TRANSFER Among NON-GRADUATES

    Who Transfer, All entering as Recent

    HS grads

    Transfer to 2-Yr School

    70%

    Transfer to 4-Yr School

    30%

    Chart 8d. TRANSFER Among NON-GRADUATES

    Who Transfer, Holyoke HS alumni

    Prepared by the Office of Institutional Research Holyoke Community College Page 6 of 8

  • Report for School Principals and Superintendents: Spring 2015 Transfer Institutions

    % of HCC

    Graduates

    Who Transferred

    % of HCC