Each year the State of Florida issues school grades to all public schools that qualify.* School grades are based primarily on the results of state-wide student achievement assessments called the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) which includes End-of- Course Exams (EOCs).

The following components are included in the grade calculation:

  • Achievement (percentage of students scoring Level 3 or higher) in reading, math, science. Social studies achievement is also included for middle and high schools.
  • Learning gains in reading and math. Learning gains are generally measured by the movement of students from one achievement level (or sublevel) to another.
  • Percentage of students in accelerated courses like Algebra 1 and industry certification for middle schools and Advanced Placement, dual enrollment, IB, AICE, or Industry Certification for high schools.
  • Graduation Rate (high schools only)

* Some kinds of schools and special programs are excluded from the grading system (e.g. Dept. of Juvenile Justice centers, special education centers, etc.).

2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017
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Learning Gains Trends

Percent of students making learning gains (i.e. moving up achievement levels)

ELA Learning Gains Math Learning Gains ELA Learning Gains of the Lowest 25% Math Learning Gains of the Lowest 25%
School
2016-2017 52 44 32 22
2015-2016 55 38 38 29
2014-2015 NA NA NA NA
District
2016-2017 52 53 42 43
2015-2016 50 48 39 39
2014-2015 NA NA NA NA

Achievement Trends

Percent of students scoring Level 3 or higher

ELA Achievement Math Achievement Science Achievement Social Studies Achievment
School
2016-2017 69 54 74 67
2015-2016 72 51 75 58
2014-2015 70 36 69 70
District
2016-2017 54 55 52 65
2015-2016 53 52 51 65
2014-2015 54 53 53 64

College and Career Readiness/Graduation Rate

Percent of students obtaining college credit via AICE, AP, or IB exams, or a passing grade in a dual enrollment course; plus students passing an Industry Certification
Percent of students graduating within 4 years of entering high school.

HS College and Career Readiness Graduation Rate
School
2016-2017 73 96
2015-2016 66 90
2014-2015 71 92
District
2016-2017 59 78
2015-2016 54 75
2014-2015 52 75

FLDOE School and District Grade Reports

Each school offers a unique combination of academic and other programs for students. Below are some of the major programs that this school offers.

  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)
  • Animation and Game Design Academy
  • Cambridge International Diploma Program (AICE)
  • Center for the Arts
  • Digital Design and Photography Academy
  • Dual Enrollment

Below is the breakdown of the academic degrees of the full-time staff, administrators, and teachers currently working at this school.

Highest Education Level Total Percentage
Bachelors degree or Other Qualifications 69 65.71%
Masters degree 33 31.43%
Specialist degree 2 1.90%
Doctorate degree 1 0.95%