Latin America Youth Center Career Academy



Latin America Youth Center Career Academy Enrollment, Ranking, and Statistics

Latin America Youth Center Career Academy Students by Grade
PK 0
K 0
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 0
9 0
10 4
11 13
12 21

Latin America Youth Center Career Academy is a public high school of the Latin America Youth Center Layc Career Academy located in Washington, DC. It has 38 students in grades 10th through 12th. Latin America Youth Center Career Academy is the 40th largest public high school in District of Columbia and the 23,215th largest nationally. It has a student teacher ratio of 4.9 to 1.

Total Students: 38
Pupil/Teacher Ratio: 4.9:1
Full Time Teachers: 7.75

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Latin America Youth Center Career Academy Students by Gender

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  School District
 Female 24
(63%)
24
(63%)
 Male 14
(37%)
14
(37%)

Latin America Youth Center Career Academy Students by Ethnicity

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  School District
 Black 23
(61%)
23
(61%)
 Hispanic 13
(34%)
13
(34%)
 Pacific Islander 2
(5%)
2
(5%)
 Asian 0
(0%)
0
(0%)
 Two or More 0
(0%)
0
(0%)
 American Indian 0
(0%)
0
(0%)
 White 0
(0%)
0
(0%)

Latin America Youth Center Career Academy Free and Reduced Lunch Assistance

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  School District*
 Free Lunch Eligible 33
(87%)
33
(87%)
 Not Eligible 3
(8%)
3
(8%)
 Reduced-Price Lunch Eligible 2
(5%)
2
(5%)
* School District values based on schools that reported lunch assistance data

Latin America Youth Center Career Academy is ranked 40th out of 0 ranked schools in District of Columbia, for total students on lunch assistance.

The percentage of Latin America Youth Center Career Academy students on free and reduced lunch assistance (92.1%) is significantly higher than the state average of 66.9%. This may indicate that the area has a higher level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

For 2014, a family of two needs to make an annual income below $20,449 to be eligible for free meals or below $29,100 for reduced price meals. A family of four needs to make an annual income below $31,005 for free meals or $44,122 for reduced price meals.

Compare Latin America Youth Center Career Academy to Other High Schools

Student Teacher Ratio Comparison
490.0% 4.9:1
 
1,009.5% 10.1:1
 
1,617.4% 16.2:1
 
Free and Reduced Lunch Comparison
National Average 46.8%
 
State Average 66.9%
 
This School 92.1%
 

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