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SCHOOL GRADE: A

ACHIEVEMENTS PERFORMANCE RECORD

2018-2019

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA ELA

9th:  83%
10th:  90%
Biology:  98%
History:  100%
Geometry:  83%
Algebra I:  75%

Industry Certifications:
95%

2017-2018

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA ELA

ELA: 90%
ELA Gains: 79%
ELA Lowest 25%: 72%
Math: 81%
Math Gains: 68%
Science: 98%
History: 83%
Geometry: 82%
Algebra I: 88%

Industry Certifications:
84%

2016-2017

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA ELA

9th Grade: 98%
10th Grade: 81%
Algebra I: 80%
Geometry: 79%
Algebra II: 84%
Biology: 88%
U.S. History: 96%

Industry Certifications:
100%

2015-2016

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA ELA

9th Grade: 93%
10th Grade: 87%
Algebra I: 79%
Geometry: 83%
Algebra II: 82%
Biology: 96%
U.S. History: 94%

Industry Certifications:
81%

2014-2015

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA Mean T Scores

10th Grade - FSA ELA
PPCA: 60
State: 50
9th Grade - FSA ELA
PPCA: 61
State: 50
​9th & 10th FSA - Geometry
PPCA: 54
State: 49
10th FSA - Algebra II
PPCA: 61
State: 48

93% Biology EOC
92% U.S. History EOC
83% Algebra I EOC

2013-2014

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA ELA

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5
94% Biology EOC
85% FCAT 2.0 Reading
94% U.S. History EOC
100% Geometry EOC
73% Algebra I EOC
87% Florida Writes!

2012-2013

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA ELA

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5
92% FCAT 2.0 Reading
83% U.S. History EOC
96% Geometry EOC
100% Algebra I EOC
83% Florida Writes!

2011-2012

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5

FSA ELA

Proficiency Levels 3 - 5
100% FCAT 2.0 Reading
100% Algebra I EOC

Schools of Excellence Designation

Section 1003.631, Florida Statutes, requires the State Board of Education to designate a school as a School of Excellence if the school’s percentage of possible points earned in its school grade calculation is in the 80th percentile or higher for schools comprised of the same grade groupings (elementary, middle, high and combination) for at least two of the last three school years. To be eligible, schools had to receive a grade of A or B in each of the most recent three school years (2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17) and had to rank at the 80th percentile or higher for their school type for at least two of the last three years. There are 347 elementary, 116 middle, 96 high and 84 combination schools that qualified as Schools of Excellence. Qualifying schools shall retain the designation for up to three years, at which point the designation may be renewed. Click here to learn more

High Performing Charter School

1002.331 High-performing charter schools.—
(1) A charter school is a high-performing charter school if it:
(a) Received at least two school grades of “A” and no school grade below “B,” pursuant to s.1008.34, during each of the previous 3 school years. 
(b) Received an unqualified opinion on each annual financial audit required under s. 218.39 in the most recent 3 fiscal years for which such audits are available.
(c) Did not receive a financial audit that revealed one or more of the financial emergency conditions set forth in s. 218.503(1) in the most recent 3 fiscal years for which such audits are available. However, this requirement is deemed met for a charter school-in-the-workplace if there is a finding in an audit that the school has the monetary resources available to cover any reported deficiency or that the deficiency does not result in a deteriorating financial condition pursuant to s. 1002.345(1)(a)3. Click here to learn more

PERT Baseline Passing Scores:

Reading: 106
Writing: 103
Math: 114
(Intermediate Algebra)
Math: 123
(College Algebra)

SAT Baseline Passing Scores:

Reading: 440
Writing: 440
Math: 440

ACT Baseline Passing Scores:

Reading: 19
Writing: 17
Math: 19

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