HCP Program Data
Before the 2014–15 school year, districts could decide a) whether or not they would provide services for highly capable children and b) at what grade levels or within what grade spans the district would provide programming for children identified as highly capable.
In 2013, the state Legislature established the Highly Capable Program in Washington’s Basic Education Act. Districts were able to transition their education programs in the 2013-14 school year.
Beginning with the 2014–15 school year, districts must provide a program that serves HCP students in grades K-12 — as part of basic education.
Program Data Identification Measures │ Program Options │ Evaluation │ Archived Reports
NOTE: 2016-17 Free and Reduced Priced Lunch Enrollment Data and 2014-15 District Demographic Info is currently being reviewed for accuracy and will be available again soon.
2012-2014 Enrollment Data
HCP enrollment data gathered through CEDARS — based on the Gifted Values.
2002-2003 to 2011-2012
These Excel spreadsheets compile enrollment data — by school year — based on funding provided through these sources:
- State categorical (ProgramID 3)
- District or local (ProgramID 28)
- Combination of categorical, and district or local or both (ProgramID 29).
Categorical and All Funds — 2004 to 2012
2002 to 2004 All Funds
Districts reported the multiple objective measures used in their identification process. Starting in 2014-15, districts must have an identification process in place at every grade level, kindergarten through grade 12.
This data captures the variety of services district provide in their highly capable program — kindergarten through grade 12. Starting in 2014-15, districts must have services at every grade level, K-12.
Before 2013-14, districts evaluated student academic achievement — growth and progress — as a way to determine the impact of their HCP. Districts identified the data they reviewed, reported the number of data collections they conducted, and who was responsible for data collection and analysis.
Starting in 2013-14, district reported the data they collected in the categories below. Districts also identified the program changes they made based on the results of their evaluation.
- How effectively did the district use their HCP funds to address academic achievement — growth and progress
- How effective was the process the district used to identify highly capable students.
- Did the district meet the academic needs of the identified students?
- Did the students meet their learning goals?
School District Funding 2012-2016
State Test Data — 2001 through 2010
Washington Comprehensive Assessment Program (WCAP) Data
2010 Measurements of Student Progress/High School Proficiency Exams (MSP/HSPE) (PDF)
2009 Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) (PDF)
Washington Comprehensive Assessment Program (WCAP) Trend Data
2006-10 (PDF) Measurements of Student Progress/High School Proficiency Exams (MSP/HSPE)
Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL)
2005-09 | 2004-08 | 2003-07 | 2002-06 | 2001-05
Reports by School Year
2013 Legislative Report (PDF, 12 pages)
Annual Reports — 2002 through 2009