State Releases List: Where Does Your Child’s School Rank In Florida?

January 31, 2012

The Florida Department of Education released school by school rankings for every school in the state.

Among North Escambia area schools:

Molino Park Elementary was ranked at No. 236 in the state, the fourth best elementary in Escambia County. Bratt was ranked at No. 402, Jay at No. 523,  Byrneville at No. 564 at Jim Allen at No. 984 of 1795 elementary schools in the state.

Ransom Middle School was the second highest ranking in Escambia County at No. 111. Ernest Ward Middle School was the third highest ranked in Escambia County at No. 200 of 583 middle schools in Florida.

West Florida High School was the highest ranked in Escambia County at No. 30 in entire state. Pensacola High School was at No. 111, Northview High at No. 138 and Tate High at No. 168 of 404 high schools in Florida.

Jay High School was No. 27 and Central School was No. 33 in the state of 55 total in the much small combination middle and high school category.

  • For the complete list of Escambia County schools, click here.
  • For the complete list of Santa Rosa County schools, click here.

The rankings are based on each school’s total school grade points, derived from the FCAT. High school rankings also include graduation rates, student participation and performance in accelerated coursework and postsecondary readiness.

Comments

7 Responses to “State Releases List: Where Does Your Child’s School Rank In Florida?”

  1. A weis teacher on February 4th, 2012 8:33 pm

    To Everett

    Weis went from a D to an A because we worked our butts off!! Our third grade teachers tutored the students after school with NO extra pay!!!

  2. Everett on February 4th, 2012 6:30 am

    C A Weis goes from a D to an A
    Montclair Elem goes from an F to an A

    The schools are the only ones that had a large gap in the previous year to current year grade. Compared to the other schools something just doesn’t seem right.

  3. JSCS on February 2nd, 2012 9:04 am

    CONGRATS! Molino Park Elem. is a wonderful, caring, community school and I’m so glad to see they ranked so high. The teachers are outstanding and we are proud of each teacher, volunteer, and student. Keep up the good work.

  4. Randon on February 2nd, 2012 2:15 am

    From the looks of it I doubt they are factoring in the size of the student body of each school. Of course Jay ranked very high, they have a total of what, 13 students? ;-)

  5. David Huie Green on January 31st, 2012 12:58 pm

    We’re number 564!
    We’re number 564!
    We’re number 564!

    1795 – 564 = 1231 below Byrneville
    563 done gooder (so much for my grammar)
    898 – 564 = 334 above the median (more or less)

    David who went to Byrneville
    long ago, still dear to my heart

  6. William on January 31st, 2012 8:22 am

    >>>> That’s really great about JHS. But I am curious as to how many high schools there are in the whole state. 27th out of what ?

    “Jay High School was No. 27 and Central School was No. 33 in the state of 55 total in the much small combination middle and high school category.”

    Jay was 27 of 55 that are combination middle and high schools. JHS is not ranked in the list of 404 regular high schools.

  7. Bam on January 31st, 2012 8:19 am

    That’s really great about JHS.
    But I am curious as to how many high schools there are in the whole state.
    27th out of what ?





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