Sultana High School

17311 Sultana Ave, Hesperia, CA 92345 | (760) 947-6777
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Student Enrollment: 2,386
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School Summary and Highlights
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  • Mailing Address: 17311 Sultana Ave., Hesperia, CA 92345
School District Details

Faculty Details and Student Enrollment

Students and Faculty
  • Total Students Enrolled: 2,386
  • Total Full Time "Equivalent" Teachers: 88.0
  • Average Student-To-Teacher Ratio: 27.1
Students Gender Breakdown
  • Males: 1,180 (49.5%)
  • Females: 1,206 (50.5%)
Free Lunch Student Eligibility Breakdown
  • Eligible for Reduced Lunch: 249 (10.4%)
  • Eligible for Free Lunch: 955 (40.0%)
  • Eligible for Either Reduced or Free Lunch: 1,204 (50.5%)
Student Enrollment Distribution by Race / Ethnicity
Sultana High School Student Race Distribution
  Number Percent
American Indian140.6%
Black1656.9%
Asian502.1%
Hispanic1,17049.0%
White97640.9%
Number of Students Per Grade
Number of Students Per Grade For Sultana High School
  Number Percent
9th Grade60825.5%
10th Grade66227.7%
11th Grade54122.7%
12th Grade57524.1%
Graduates Information (2010)
Graduation Rate
School:
84.6%
District:
73.7%
State:
78.6%
Teacher Education Background (2009)
Percent With Ph.D.
School:
83.3%
District:
2.1%
Percent With Master's Degree
School:
36.7%
District:
51.1%
Percent With Bachelor's Degree
School:
15.8%
District:
10.6%
Teacher Credentials & Experience (2009)
Percent of Teachers With Emergency Credentials: 11.2%
Percent of Teachers With Credentials: 88.8%
Number of Certificated Staff: 120.0
Average Number of Years of Teacher Experience: 13.9
Average Age
School:
42.6
District:
44.9
Source: CA Department of Education, Source: NCES 2009-2010

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21 reviews for Sultana High School

  • Reviewed by Parent or Guardian on July 02, 2011
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • Look at the graduation rate for Sultana, it is higher than than the state and district averages. That tells me the students, parents, teachers, and administrators care about education.All schools have issues, but the job of Sultana is to work with all students and I think they are doing their best with the students to help them be successful. My son graduated from Sultana, went to college, and is a successful adult.
  • Reviewed by Student on July 18, 2010
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I feel that as a current student at Sultana that it is one of the best schools around! The teachers dont try to befriend the students, they try to TEACH them. And as for the no bathrooms 10 min before and after the bell is so that there is less ditching, less vandalism, and less drugs (...) going around! Yeah there is drugs, but whose fault is that? YOURS. If you cant teach your own teens that they shouldnt have drugs, then dont blame it on the school. School is meant for LEARNING and people have seemed to forget that these days.

    I love Sultana and I wont be changing schools. Especially not to Hesperia, that school sucks! And talk about racism issues! As for Oak Hills, yeah it is really nice and is a big campus but because they are so new, they dont offer as much classes as Sultana.
  • Reviewed by Former Student on May 27, 2010
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • First of all.to those who say sultana is a bad high school, let me tell you about how wrong you are! Unless you attended this great high school you have no right to give your opinion here.

    Throughout my h.s. years i attended 3 high schools in the high desert. This particular high school is great, and if by any chance their is or is not a problem with drugs and/or (...) it is NOT the staffs fault but the parents! Parents are to blame! They need to have more control of their teenager and need to stop blaming others for the problems they caused. In order for teenagers to be successful through h.s. they first need to be educated by their parents. So all you parents who are running your mouth talking about how Sultana high school is bad, i think you are wrong! Sultana High School is one of the BEST high schools in the high desert! Class of 2009! =)
  • Reviewed by Former Student on April 19, 2010
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • First of all...your teachers ARN'T there to be your friends theyre there to TEACH you, and i felt like thats exactly what most of them tried to do. I went to Sultana for almost two years and i loved it. I was on the softball team and had a blast. All the sports there are great. Ya there are drugs, but thats just the HIGH desert, not to mention almost every school has that problem. As for the sex,,get real parents. The students there keep to themselves and dont bother others. The staff is pretty cool, they really try to make sultana fun, but its school so of course kids arn't always going to like it. And as for Hesperia being better.. ya right! that school is sooo freakin ghetto. I loved and miss sultana its a GREAT school.
  • Reviewed by Former Student on January 20, 2010
  • Rating: 4 (4 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I attended this school for about a year and half after moving from down the hill. I agree that the teachers don't try as hard to make a connection with the students. I also think that the curriculum here is way too easy. Attending a school down the hill, I realized so much more was expected of you and if you didn't do it you were not going to graduate. Sultana needs to crack down and make it a little tougher to be able to graduate. I have seen far too many students walking and graduating who shouldn't have made it past 9th grade.

    As far as the drug problem, it wasn't that big when I attended there..or maybe I just didn't know about it. I graduated class of 05 so maybe it wasn't relevant then. However, I think this is a bigger issue that should be confronted by the parents rather than the school. Yes, you can take those kids out of the school and there wouldn't be an issue..but if you raise your children better and talk to them about these things they will never fall in that circle. And if these are the main concerns and issues, then attend PTA meetings..school board meetings..open house, that's what these things are for, not a message board.
  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on August 27, 2009
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I now have 2 boys attending this school and Im havng 2nd thoughts about them staying especially after reading these coments. I have a son who plays football and I heard the head coach totally cussing out his varsity team. He used the "F" word about 10 x's in 1 sentence. No wonder his team never wins. Also 1 of the coach's son's is now playing and he is a freshman starting Quarterback...go figure. Something seems unethical here what other kid will have a chance when they have to go up against this. As far as drugs I hear that's everwhere, but it sure make's me want to pay more attention to whats going on at this school. Lunch is at the same time for everyone so super long lines my son says theres just not enough time. My son went to a charter school before and did great, smaller classes and the staff really cared. They really acknowledged the kids and it made a huge difference. I may need to find a new one for them to go to, Sultana's not looking too good rght now.
  • Reviewed by Former Student on August 16, 2009
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • This school is excellent. I was there as a freshman up until the end of the first semester of my senior year, my dad moved us because of his work. As for the comments about racism - the school is not a racist school. There a variety of races that attend. Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, and a small contingent of Asian population. As for the actual racism, there is naturally going to be tension when you put together several different races. If the 'racism' comment is aimed more toward the staff, that is completely wrong as well. The staff is very friendly and most importantly they are fair. The white boy will get suspended if he gets in a fight just as a black person or Hispanic person will.

    In response to the parents talking about the 'public school system' and how much it supposedly sucks, PUT YOUR KIDS IN PRIVATE SCHOOL THEN! You're a freaking (you're lucky I make an attempt to censor myself) idiot. If you don't appreciate how you don't have to pay, at least not directly, for your kids schooling then go waste your money on private school tuition and uniforms and conservativeness. I think THOSE parents need to go back to school. I find it funny that the parents that are complaining probably weren't on the PTA or volunteered or chaperoned for any school event. They are complaining about something they most likely made no attempt to change. So they have NO right to complain! Also, if they are complaining because of their kid rebelling, it isn't just the fact that they are in public school. Did you ever think it could be your parenting? Oh, it seems you are just as selfish and self-centered as your screwed up teen.
  • Reviewed by Student on March 05, 2009
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I myself attend Sultana High School,And love it there. The sport programs are phenomenal, most teachers make learning fun,and we still get a great education. currently,the school is getting a really good handle on drugs, expelling 6 students,on monday,who had something to do with drugs. on the other hand. the music program is horrid. I'm talking about the band program.

    I am so happy to say that I am attending this school :)
  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on September 30, 2008
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • My kids go to Sultana and they are very happy there. We like the teachers and coaches with the exception of one but she is not on staff at the school. School is what you make of it!
  • Reviewed by Student on July 06, 2008
  • Rating: 3 (3 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • i think sultana high school has too much rules and it needs more minimum days for kids and less homework for kids..
  • Reviewed by Student on February 11, 2008
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I HAVE BEEN ATTENDING THIS SCHOOL FOR YEARS NOW AND IT HAS BEEN VERY UNSATISFACTORY. THERE HAS BEEN NOT SO MANY PROBLEMS WITH THE SEX AROUND CAMPUS BUT THERE HAS BEEN LOTS OF DRUGS. IT HAPPENS MOST OF THE TIME IN THE OPEN AND I'M SURPRISED THAT THEY HAVE NOT DONE MUCH TO PREVENT IT. I SEE IT ALMOST EVERYDAY AND NOT MUCH IS CHANGING FAST. THE NEW POLICIES ARE ACTUALLY SPEEDING UP THE PROCESS AROUND CAMPUS TO DEAL IN THE DRUGS. WHEN THEY STOP KIDS FROM GOING OUT TO REST ROOMS 10 MIN BEFORE AND AFTER THE BELL IT SPEEDS UP THE PROCESS DURING CLASS. THAT WAY YOU CANT CATCH THEM IN THE RESTROOMS BUT THEY ARE MORE SPREAD OUT IN THE CLASSES. WHICH GETS MORE KIDS INVOLVED IN THE DRUGS. NICE YOU JUST SCREWED UP MORE KIDS IN THE SCHOOL THEN EVER BY PUTTING MORE RULES. YOUR NOT STOPPING IT YOU ARE HELPING IT!
  • Reviewed by Former Student on February 09, 2008
  • Rating: 4 (4 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I went to SHS from 2002-2006. I loved Sultana. The first 3 years were wonderful. The faculty was nice and actually seemed to care and I learned a lot. There were great things happening. My senior year we got a new principal, new VP, etc. Everyone got this "out to get them attitude." No one listened to the students anymore and the rules were being thrown at us whether they were being broken or not. It literally felt like a prison. I go back to visit every year and every year it seems like more and more freedoms are being taken away and the learning environment is being weakened because of it. Prom is ridiculous now and I know several seniors not going to their prom because of the harsh regulations. Most of the teachers I had are gone. Taking AP courses will get you the good teachers and the good people. It used to be a fun place to learn.
  • Reviewed by Student on January 28, 2008
  • Rating: 2 (2 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • Sultana High School is one of 2 high schools in Hesperia. I have attended both of these schools for 1 year each (I currently attend Sultana), and have found that Hesperia High is a better school in hundreds of little ways that make a huge difference. The teachers at Sultana distance themselves as much as they can from their students, not even bothering to get to know them farther than their first and last names. All in all, I do not feel safe talking to a teacher or asking a question. Ever. At Hesperia, I could ask any question that I wanted without feeling stupid or embarrassed. I even consider several of my former teacher to be my friends. I can only imagine what it would be like to call a Sultana teacher a friend.

    Many in Hesperia believe Sultana to be a better school because Hesperia High is older than Sultana, Sultana has a "larger campus," etc. etc. etc. What kind of assumption is that? For one, Sultana's campus is much smaller than Hesperia's. Hesperia has a lower and upper campus, which creates more rooms for classrooms students, which is a must-have for our crowded situation. Sultana is constantly crowded, especially considering that about 3/4 of all of the small campus is blocked off during lunch, making it impossible to find a free table to eat lunch at. I sit on the concrete. What a great environment!

    I could go on, but I feel that I've made my point - If you have a student that has the choice to go to either Hesperia High or Sultana, send them to Hesperia. There is a big difference between the schools, and Hesperia High is better than Sultana in so many ways that if I cared to list them all you'd be reading a book. Thanks for reading.
  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on September 27, 2007
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I had to pull my son out of Hesperia Junior and enroll in Ranchero because of racial and fighting problems...Ranchero Middle school was excellent and he did wonderful there, I then continued to drive him across town to Sultana High because he had done so much better at Ranchero and that is where the kids go if they attended Ranchero. He was doing great and was on the football team. Then he did something dumb, he wrote on a desk and was suspended for five days. When he returned to school he was also kicked off the football team...the suspension was punishment enough, my goodness you would think he packed a gun to school or something. What a ridiculous and uncalled for thing to do when he was already punished plenty with the suspension. As parents we try to keep our kids in these extra curricular activities and keep them out of other trouble by doing so and then the faculty has to take it to extremes and ruin it for us. Thanks coaches, I plan on taking him out of the school completely as you people don't know what children need! Unbelievable!
  • Reviewed by Student on August 15, 2007
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • the school has so many problems with staff members being treated like dogs I have seen a custodian treated like a mule he is the nicest one working there and the other ones treat him like garbage it's just wrong. He does so much for the kids and other teachers he helps whenever anyone asks him to, Sultana needs to be nicer to their custodians and if it were not for them we would not have a school and be nicer to our Teachers some are really cool. Sultana used to be a nice school but lately it's getting a bad rap I am sorry I go here now it's all over the papers. can they fix this now?
  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on May 26, 2007
  • Rating: 4 (4 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I as a parent am glad my son went to Sultana and graduated from there. because of one teacher who made all the difference, Mrs. Francis was a great teacher for my son when so many teachers tried to shove their left wing
    views down my sons throat and tried to tell him he was wrong because his views were not theirs. He literally had to change out of an art class Because the teacher said my son was wrong and needed to believe his views. my son could not. My son who believes in God, country and family did not become a lemming. But he found A Teacher who said he had a right to believe the way he did. Mrs Francis I Thank You Don't ever Quit I hope All the silent majorities kids get lucky enough to have you as a teacher. You're the best.
    A proud mom of Sultana graduate now in the Army at Fort Knox Kentucky.
  • Reviewed by Student on April 17, 2007
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • i went to sultana like 2 years ago it seem like a good school and i have good memories of it
  • Reviewed by Former Student on April 04, 2007
  • Rating: 2 (2 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I personally went to this high school. As I agree it is a bad school to let your children attend. It is one of the best in the high desert. Serrano had to have different lunch period due to the "racial difficulties" I feel all the schools around are sub-par
  • Reviewed by Student on March 03, 2007
  • Rating: 2 (2 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I AND SEVERAL PEOPLE THINK THE SCHOOL IS VERY RACIST.IT MAY SEEM LIKE A GOOD SCHOOL FROM THE OUTSIDE BUT IT SUX ON THE INSIDE.
  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on February 06, 2007
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I have 2 children that attend this school and I am very unhappy with the outcome of their education.

    This school has a HUGE problem with Drugs & Sex and what amazes me is that the proctors' school police let this continue to happen and say they have no knowledge of the issues. I can tell you as a parent I have seen things happen and reported them to the school and nothing has been done to date. Not even a phone call.

    My children have told me that the teachers teach them about how cussing, drugs and the bird (middle finger) has been a topic in class. So from my understanding the teachers now teach how to become juvenile delinquents.

    I am extremely unhappy with the public education system at this point. Prior to my children attending this school I had heard how great Sultana is. From where I sit now I am sorry that I put my children in Sultana.

    My children WILL NOT attend this school next year !!!!!!!!! !!!!
  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on January 30, 2007
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I believe the staff & school Police need to get a handle on the drugs & the sex that is going on at this specific school. It is an unsafe environment for our children who are trying to actually get an education. They need to stop turning their heads in the other direction!

Test Scores and Performance Information

Overall School Rating

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Rating
How is this determined?
The overall school rating shows that Sultana High School performed on average better than many other schools across the state on CST state exams in the following subjects:
  • CST Algebra I
  • CST Algebra II
  • CST Biology
  • CST Chemistry
  • CST Earth Science
  • CST English-Language Arts
  • CST General Mathematics
  • CST Geometry
  • CST Integrated/Coordinated Science
  • CST Physics
  • CST Science
  • CST Summative High School Math
  • CST U.S. History
  • CST World History
AYP Results (2010)
Overall AYP Met: No
ELA AYP Met: No
Math AYP Met: No
ACT Exam Results (2009)
Percent of Students Taking ACT Exam: 8.4%
Average Combined Score: 20.9
Percent Scoring At or Above 21: 46.9%
SAT Exam Results (2009)
Percent of Students Taking SAT Exam: 26.8%
Average Combined Score: 1,459.2
Critical Reading Average: 490.1
Math Average: 492.4
Writing Average: 476.8
Percent Scoring At or Above 1500: 40.8%

CST - Test Proficiency by Grade and Subject

Grade 9 - % of students at or above proficiency

SchoolDistrictState
CST Algebra I Test
201035.0%19.0%22.0%
200935.0%22.0%21.0%
200835.0%23.0%18.0%
 
CST Biology Test
201057.0%51.0%55.0%
200950.0%48.0%51.0%
200844.0%48.0%52.0%
 
CST Earth Science Test
201023.0%21.0%35.0%
200918.0%18.0%29.0%
200821.0%18.0%31.0%
 
CST English-Language Arts Test
201058.0%51.0%54.0%
200950.0%45.0%50.0%
200842.0%37.0%49.0%
 
CST General Mathematics Test
201037.0%20.0%17.0%
200918.0%14.0%17.0%
200817.0%16.0%18.0%
 
CST Geometry Test
201043.0%25.0%46.0%
200943.0%39.0%47.0%
200828.0%30.0%43.0%
 
CST World History Test
201071.0%74.0%45.0%
 

Grade 10 - % of students at or above proficiency

SchoolDistrictState
CST Algebra I Test
201027.0%13.0%12.0%
200922.0%11.0%11.0%
200813.0%10.0%9.0%
 
CST Algebra II Test
201050.0%40.0%40.0%
200946.0%35.0%37.0%
200850.0%41.0%36.0%
 
CST Biology Test
201035.0%29.0%38.0%
200926.0%20.0%34.0%
200831.0%25.0%35.0%
 
CST Chemistry Test
201052.0%34.0%47.0%
200955.0%35.0%44.0%
200848.0%33.0%41.0%
 
CST English-Language Arts Test
201047.0%38.0%45.0%
200939.0%33.0%44.0%
200838.0%33.0%41.0%
 
CST Geometry Test
201015.0%11.0%14.0%
200921.0%12.0%14.0%
200815.0%8.0%12.0%
 
CST Integrated/Coordinated Science Test
201010.0%14.0%14.0%
2009---
200813.0%12.0%7.0%
 
CST Science Test
201050.0%40.0%46.0%
200942.0%32.0%44.0%
200837.0%31.0%40.0%
 
CST World History Test
201036.0%35.0%42.0%
200931.0%26.0%38.0%
200827.0%25.0%33.0%
 

Grade 11 - % of students at or above proficiency

SchoolDistrictState
CST Algebra I Test
201018.0%9.0%8.0%
200927.0%15.0%8.0%
200813.0%8.0%5.0%
 
CST Algebra II Test
201035.0%18.0%14.0%
200933.0%19.0%12.0%
200831.0%21.0%11.0%
 
CST Biology Test
201042.0%34.0%46.0%
200928.0%29.0%41.0%
200834.0%31.0%39.0%
 
CST Chemistry Test
201032.0%20.0%30.0%
200940.0%24.0%27.0%
200831.0%19.0%25.0%
 
CST Earth Science Test
201061.0%32.0%32.0%
200921.0%22.0%26.0%
 
CST English-Language Arts Test
201043.0%34.0%42.0%
200938.0%32.0%40.0%
200835.0%30.0%37.0%
 
CST Geometry Test
20108.0%4.0%6.0%
20099.0%5.0%7.0%
20085.0%3.0%6.0%
 
CST Integrated/Coordinated Science Test
201015.0%10.0%8.0%
200910.0%8.0%11.0%
200811.0%7.0%10.0%
 
CST Physics Test
201076.0%34.0%53.0%
200972.0%39.0%50.0%
200863.0%47.0%47.0%
 
CST Summative High School Math Test
201064.0%43.0%50.0%
200965.0%54.0%47.0%
200865.0%44.0%43.0%
 
CST U.S. History Test
201046.0%36.0%45.0%
200947.0%36.0%44.0%
200844.0%32.0%38.0%
 
CST World History Test
201035.0%23.0%15.0%
200933.0%16.0%11.0%
200829.0%12.0%9.0%
 

End of Course - % of students at or above proficiency

SchoolDistrictState
CST Algebra I Test
201029.0%16.0%31.0%
200928.0%18.0%28.0%
200819.0%20.0%25.0%
 
CST Algebra II Test
201043.0%29.0%31.0%
200939.0%27.0%28.0%
200841.0%31.0%27.0%
 
CST Biology Test
201041.0%36.0%46.0%
200932.0%28.0%42.0%
200834.0%31.0%42.0%
 
CST Chemistry Test
201039.0%27.0%38.0%
200945.0%28.0%36.0%
200837.0%25.0%32.0%
 
CST Earth Science Test
201025.0%22.0%33.0%
200919.0%19.0%28.0%
200821.0%17.0%28.0%
 
CST General Mathematics Test
201037.0%15.0%27.0%
200918.0%17.0%26.0%
200817.0%15.0%27.0%
 
CST Geometry Test
201020.0%13.0%27.0%
200924.0%17.0%26.0%
200816.0%10.0%24.0%
 
CST Integrated/Coordinated Science Test
201014.0%14.0%16.0%
20099.0%7.0%13.0%
200811.0%9.0%11.0%
 
CST Physics Test
201076.0%34.0%49.0%
200972.0%39.0%46.0%
200858.0%44.0%43.0%
 
CST Summative High School Math Test
201065.0%43.0%54.0%
200966.0%53.0%50.0%
200866.0%44.0%47.0%
 
CST World History Test
201039.0%37.0%41.0%
200930.0%28.0%38.0%
200827.0%25.0%33.0%
 
Source: CA Department of Education 2009-2010

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