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SFUSD 2010 Round 1 Demand Data

SFUSD has released the Round 1 Demand data for the 2010-2011 school year. The data is in PDF format, making it rather hard to do any analysis. For the benefit for myself and others I've converted the K-level data to spreadsheet format. For example, I used the data to generate the over/under-subscription chart below. I subtracted the number of first choice requests from the capacity to come up with the absolute over-subscription number.

SFUSD 2010 Round 1 Demand

It also shows that the top 10 school programs account for 72% of total number of over-subscription. Two third of the programs are balanced or under subscripted with respect to the number first choice. This includes the popular West Portal GE! It seems not that hard to find some good school with good confidence to get in. Of course the Diversity Index system makes everything unpredictable.

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