The Florida Department of Education release of 2019 school grades show that for the fourth year in a row Leon County Schools earned a B.
From a state-wide perspective, the 2019 data shows that 24 districts received an A, 30 districts received a B, and 13 districts earned a C.
Overall, across all LCS grade groups, twelve of the schools listed below improved, while five schools regressed.
Listed below is a table listing grades for the last three years for the twenty-two elementary schools.
- For 2019 there were 6 A’s, 4 B’s, 10 C’s, 2 D’s and no F’s. In 2018 there were 6 A’s, 2 B’s, 8 C’s, 5 D’s, and 1 F.
- Nine schools improved their grade when compared to 2018, while three schools – Riley, W T Moore, and Chaires – regressed.
- Pineview, with a new principal in 2018, jumped from an F to C.
- Four D schools improved to C schools.
- Five schools are still listed in the states 300 lowest performing elementary schools. The list is based on a three year average. They are Pineview, Bond, Riley, Hartsfield and Oak Ridge.
Listed below is a table listing grades for the last three years for eleven middle schools.
- For 2019 there were 3 A’s, 3 B’s, 4 C’s, and 1 D. In 2018 there were 3 A’s, 2 B’s, and 6 C’s.
- Two schools improved (Sail -B, Fairview-B) their grade when compared to 2018, while two schools lost a letter grade (RAA – C, Griffin -D).
*Woodville and Fort Braden reflect K-8 grades
Listed below is a table listing grades for the last three years for five high schools.
- The grades for high schools have been stable of the last three years. Last year there were 2 A’s, 1 B, and 2 C’s.
- In 2019, Rickards moved from a C to a B.