2017 Preliminary School Grades
2017 Preliminary School Grades- District Increases School Letter Grade To B
Posted on 06/28/2017
Boy holding a sign with the letter "B".

On June 28, 2017, the Florida Department of Education released preliminary school grades for Osceola County's elementary, middle, and K-8 public schools, which show significant improvement over last year:






 

 

District-Run

Charter

Total

A

9

2

11 (18%)

B

16

5

21 (35%)

C

20

7

27 (45%)

D

0

1

1 (2%)

F

0

0

0

I

0

0

0

           

      89% of Osceola schools maintained or showed an increase in their school grades. Highlights include:

--Neptune Elementary went from a C to an A.

--Kissimmee Elementary and Narcoossee Middle went from a B to an A.

--All Osceola County K-8 schools earned either an A or B.

--Six schools went from a C to a B: Michigan Avenue Elementary, Mill Creek Elementary, Westside K-8, Harmony High, St. Cloud High, and Kissimmee Charter Academy. 

--PM Wells Charter and Canoe Creek Charter both went from a D to a B. 

--Avant Garde K-8 Charter went from an F to a C.

      100% of district-run Osceola schools earned an A, B, or C.

      Osceola's preliminary reported district letter grade increased to a B from a C.  Osceola’s district grade increased by 43 points to 628 from 585 points.

“The increases in school grades reflect a great deal of hard work put in each and every day by teachers, students, and our entire school community,” said Osceola County School Board Chairman Kelvin Soto, Esq.  “The movement of our district letter grade to a 'B' is a testament to the true dedication and commitment to our journey from good to great."

Click here for a complete list of the 2017 school grades.


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