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 Demographics
Morse is a four-year high school. The majority of students who enroll in 9th grade come from one of four feeder middle schools in the neighborhood (Bell, O’Farrell, Keiller, Fulton) 
 

Fall Enrollment Data 2011-2017

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 Grade Level and Gender Enrollment for previous years 

Morse Enrollment

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2,633

2,433

2,323

2,044

2270

   

 

Morse Enrollment by Grade Level

 

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

9th

760

726

686

603

625

10th

746

647

637

550

612

11th

598

570

510

482

543

12th

529

490

490

409

490

Combined

2,633

2,433

2,323

2,044

2270

The charts below show a comparison of Morse versus the state on overall school performance and the socioeconomically disadvantaged students. 

Enrollment by Ethnicity

Morse High services Filipino, Hispanic or Latino, and Black or African American students (making up the majority of the student population) as well as small populations of American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, and white students. 

Ethnicity

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

Black or African Am.

464

450

435

392

433

Am Indian/Alaska Native

9

5

10

7

7

Asian

71

46

50

44

54

Filipino

1,040

987

990

927

865

Hisp/Latino

885

792

701

551

632

Nat Haw/Pac Islander

65

62

51

51

50

White

99

89

86

72

65

 Enrollment by Language

In 2010-2011 there were 21 languages represented at Morse High School. 

Language

Number

Language

Number

African - Other

15

Pilipino - Ilocano

30

African - Swahili

1

Pilipino - Other

26

Arabic

1

Pilipino - Pangasinan

9

Cambodian

1

Pilipino - Tagalog

589

English

864

Pilipino - Viasayan

1

Guamanian - Chamorro

1

Samoan

9

Hmong

2

Somali

29

Lao

20

Spanish

428

Other Non-English

3

Thai

1

Persian - Farsi

4

Vietnamese

5

Pilipino - Bikol

5

 

 

 

2011-2012

Bilingual Family

976

Total Enrollment

1952

Bilingual Percentage

50%

 

 

 

As of (1/10/12) 2008 total enrollment.

Student language proficiency levels are indicated below. Just over 250 students are English learners and receive supplemental support services. This year Morse staff utilized professional development time in order to identify EL and RFEP students on each class roster in order to provide targeted strategies in support of the students, as well as make concentrated efforts to overlap core content standards when appropriate in other curricular/subject areas.

Language Proficiency

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

Not Assessed/Special Education

16

13

16

11

Unset

990

947

949

860

Initially Fluent English Prof

615

561

553

403

Reclassified Fluent English Prof

624

592

509

487

Advanced/Early Advanced

115

70

56

64

Intermediate/Early Intermediate

218

219

216

177

Beginning

43

30

24

17

 

Demographics 

Grade Level and Gender Enrollment

Morse is a four-year high school. The majority of students who enroll in 9th grade come from one of four feeder middle schools in the neighborhood (Bell, O’Farrell, Keiller, Fulton) 

 

Morse Enrollment

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2,633

2,433

2,323

2,044

2270

  

 

Morse Enrollment by Grade Level

 

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

9th

760

726

686

603

625

10th

746

647

637

550

612

11th

598

570

510

482

543

12th

529

490

490

409

490

Combined

2,633

2,433

2,323

2,044

2270

 

The charts below show a comparison of Morse versus the state on overall school performance and the socioeconomically disadvantaged students 

Enrollment by Ethnicity

Morse High services Filipino, Hispanic or Latino, and Black or African American students (making up the majority of the student population) as well as small populations of American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, and white students.

 

Ethnicity

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

Black or African Am.

464

450

435

392

433

Am Indian/Alaska Native

9

5

10

7

7

Asian

71

46

50

44

54

Filipino

1,040

987

990

927

865

Hisp/Latino

885

792

701

551

632

Nat Haw/Pac Islander

65

62

51

51

50

White

99

89

86

72

65

 

Enrollment by Language

In 2010-2011 there were 21 languages represented at Morse High School.

Language

Number

Language

Number

African - Other

15

Pilipino - Ilocano

30

African - Swahili

1

Pilipino - Other

26

Arabic

1

Pilipino - Pangasinan

9

Cambodian

1

Pilipino - Tagalog

589

English

864

Pilipino - Viasayan

1

Guamanian - Chamorro

1

Samoan

9

Hmong

2

Somali

29

Lao

20

Spanish

428

Other Non-English

3

Thai

1

Persian - Farsi

4

Vietnamese

5

Pilipino - Bikol

5

 

 

 

2011-2012

Bilingual Family

976

Total Enrollment

1952

Bilingual Percentage

50%

 

 

 

As of (1/10/12) 2008 total enrollment.

Student language proficiency levels are indicated below. Just over 250 students are English learners and receive supplemental support services. This year Morse staff utilized professional development time in order to identify EL and RFEP students on each class roster in order to provide targeted strategies in support of the students, as well as make concentrated efforts to overlap core content standards when appropriate in other curricular/subject areas.

 

Language Proficiency

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

Not Assessed/Special Education

16

13

16

11

Unset

990

947

949

860

Initially Fluent English Prof

615

561

553

403

Reclassified Fluent English Prof

624

592

509

487

Advanced/Early Advanced

115

70

56

64

Intermediate/Early Intermediate

218

219

216

177

Beginning

43

30

24

17