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Group Title: Research report
Title: Florida high school graduates
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00082792/00001
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Title: Florida high school graduates
Series Title: Research report
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Division of Public Schools. -- Bureau of Planning
Florida -- Division of Elementary and Secondary Education. -- Bureau of Research
Florida -- State Dept. of Education. -- Division of Research
Publisher: Dept. of Education
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1962
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subject: High schools -- Alumni and alumnae -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
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General Note: Description based on 1974.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00082792
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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issn - 0430-716X

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FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962 k,


Research Report -26 presents a summary of the results of a state-wide

survey made of all senior high schools in Florida to determine the number

of high school graduates in the spring of 1962 who entered colleges or other

schools and the type of institution entered in each case.


A survey form was completed by each public senior high school in

Florida which had a graduating class in 1962 and by all but two of the

non-public schools. Since some high schools do not have a formal follow-up

program of graduates, it was necessary for the principal to prepare esti-

mates for some of the items on the survey. Much credit is due the high

school principals and guidance personnel for the considerable amount of

time and effort that went into this survey. As a result of the cooperation

extended by the senior high schools, it has been possible for the first

time to have complete data available for Florida graduates on a school-by-

school basis.


While it is not possible to classify schools in Florida by race, for

statistical purposes only the public high schools are broken down into three

groups in the tabulations presented in this report. It is believed that this

makes the data more meaningful.


Group A is composed of those high schools formerly attended primarily

by white pupils and whose present enrollment is predominantly of the white

race.







Group B is composed of those high schools formerly attended primarily

by Negro pupils and whose present enrollment is predominantly of the Negro

race.

Group C is a total of Group A and Group B and includes all of the public

senior high schools,

This survey was extended to non-public senior high schools in order to

make the data presented as complete as possible. Tabulations for non-public

schools are presented separately.

Table I provides a tabulation of number and percent of graduates by size

of graduating class for Groups A, B, and C.


Group A.

Group A is composed of 226 public high schools having a total of 37,368

graduates in the spring of 1962. (See Table 1.) Forty-six (20.35 percent) of

these schools had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only 2.11 percent

of the total number of graduates were from these schools. More than half of

the schools in Group A (56.20 percent) had graduating classes of one hundred

or fewer pupils. However, less than fifteen percent of the graduates in

Group A were from schools with one hundred or fewer pupils in their graduat-

ing class whereas 85.83 percent were from schools with more than 100 pupils

in their graduating class and 61.85 percent were from schools with more than

300 pupils in their graduating class.

Of the 37,368 graduates in Group A:

6,247 (16.72 percent) entered Public Junior Colleges
340 (.91 percent) entered Private Junior Colleges
5,294 (14.17 percent) entered Public Universities in Florida
1,827 (4.89 percent) entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida
3,953 (10.58 percent) entered out-of-state colleges
2,046 (5.47 percent) entered technical, trade, or other
types of schools
17,661 (47.26 percent) did not immediately go on to further
formal education or training








Almost half (47.27 percent) of the graduates in Group A entered college

while an additional 5.47 percent entered other types of formal training. This

does not mean that all of them remained in the college that they entered nor

does it consider that some of the 1962 graduates may go on to higher education

after a delay of a year or more.


Group B.

Group B is composed of 112 public high schools with a total of 6,349 gradu-

ates in the spring of 1962 (See Table 1.) Thirty-nine (34.82 percent) of these

schools had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only 8.57 percent of the

total number of graduates were from these schools. Only 16.97 percent of the

schools in Group B had graduating classes of over one hundred pupils whereas

83.03 percent had graduating classes of fewer than one hundred pupils. However,

almost half (48.53 percent) of the graduates in Group B were from the schools

with more than one hundred pupils in their graduating classes.

Of the 6,349 graduates in Group B:

907 (14.29 percent) entered Public Junior Colleges
24 (.38 percent) entered Private Junior Colleges
443 (6.98 percent) entered Public Universities in Florida
321 (5.05 percent) entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida
536 (8.44 percent) entered out-of-state colleges
233 (3.67 percent) entered technical, trade, or other
types of schools
3,885 (61.19 percent) did not immediately go on to further
formal education or training

Thus about one-third of the graduates in Group B entered college while

an additional 3.67 percent entered other types of formal training. This does

not mean that all of these remained in the colleges that they entered nor does

it consider that some of the 1962 graduates may go on to higher education

after a delay of a year or more.








Group C.

Group C is a consolidation of Group A and Group B. Thus Group C represents

the total of 338 public senior high schools with graduating classes in 1962. A

total of 43,717 graduates are included in Group C. Of all public high schools in

Florida, one-fourth (25.15 percent) had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However,

only 3.05 percent of the total number of public school graduates in Florida gradu-

ated from these schools. Almost two-thirds (65.09 percent) of the public schools

in Florida had graduating classes of one hundred or fewer pupils. However, only

19.60 percent of the graduates came from schools with one hundred or fewer pupils

in their graduating class, whereas 80.40 percent were from schools with more than

100 pupils in their graduating class and 54.35 percent were from schools with more

than 300 pupils in their graduating class.


Of the 43,717 public school

7,154 (16.37 percent)
364 (.83 percent)
5,737 (13.12 percent)
2,148 (4.91 percent)

4,489 (10.27 percent)
2,279 (5.21 percent)

21,546 (49.29 percent)


graduates in 1962:

entered Public Junior Colleges
entered Private Junior Colleges
entered Public Universities in Florida
entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida
entered out-of-state colleges
entered technical, trade, or other
types of schools
did not immediately go on to further
education or training


Thus 45.50 percent of the public school graduates of 1962 entered college

and an additional 5.21 percent entered other types of formal training.


The public school graduates entering college entered the following insti-

tutions:


Public Junior Colleges
Private Junior Colleges
Public Universities
Private Universities
Out-of-State Colleges
TOTAL


Group A
6,247 (35.37%)
340 (1.93%)
5,294 (29.98%)
1,827 (10.34%)
3,953 (22.38%)
17,661


Group B
907 (40.65%)
24 (1.08%)
443 (19.86%)
321 (14.39%)
536 (24.02%)
2,231


Group C
7,154 (35.96%)
364 (1.83%)
5,737 (28.84%)
2,148 (10.80%)
4,489 (22.57%)
19,892








NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


Non-Public schools include parochial as well as private schools. Infor-

mation was provided by sixty-one schools having a total of 2,551 graduates in

1962. Only two schools failed to provide information and other reports indicate

that these schools had a relatively small number of graduates. Of the sixty-one

schools reporting, thirty (49.18 percent) had 25 or fewer graduates, only 14.04

percent of the non-public school graduates came from these schools. Some of

the non-public schools intentionally keep classes small, A breakdown by size

of graduating class follows:

Number of Number of Percent of Number of Percent of
Graduates Schools Schools Graduates Graduates
Inclusive in Group in Group in Group in Group

1-25 30 49.18% 358 14.04%
26-50 12 19.67 473 18,54
51-75 9 14.75 547 21.44
76-100 3 4.92 247 9.68
Over 100 7 11.48 926 36.30


Of the 2,551 graduates of non-public schools:

374 (14.66 percent) entered Public Junior Colleges
76 (2.98 percent) entered Private Junior Colleges
292 (11.45 percent) entered Public Universities in Florida
200 (7.84 percent) entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida
869 (34.06 percent) entered out-of-state colleges
175 (6.86 percent) entered technical, trade, or other
types of schools
565 (22.15 percent) did not immediately go on to further
formal education or training

Almost three-fourths (70.99 percent) of the non-public school graduates

entered college and an additional 6.86 percent entered other types of formal

training. The proportion of non-public school graduates entering out-of-state

colleges (34.06 percent) was more than three times as great as the proportion

of public school graduates (10.27 percent) going to college outside Florida.








Of the 1,811 non-public school graduates who went to college:

20,65 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
4.20 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
16.12 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
11,04 percent entered Private Colleges in Florida
47.99 percent entered out-of-state colleges



An extra word of commendation is due the principals and directors of non-

public schools for the fine spirit of cooperation exhibited in voluntarily

making the data available for this study,



Table 1 gives a breakdown of the number and percent of Florida public

high school graduates grouped by size of graduating,class.

(Similar information for non-public high schools is contained

in the text.)


Table 2 gives a county-by-county breakdown of the number of public

school graduates and the percent entering college.


Table 3 gives a school-by-school tabulation of graduates and the

number going on to further formal education. Data for non-

public schools are in Table 3-A.







Table 1

NUMBER AND PERCENT OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
GROUPED BY SIZE OF GRADUATING CLASS, 1962

Number of Number of Schools Percent of Schools Number of Graduates Percent of Graduates
Graduates in Group: in Group: in Group: in Group:
Inclusive A B C A B C A B C A B C

1 25 46 39 85 20.35% 34.82% 25.15% 789 544 1,333 2.11% 8.57% 3.05%


26 50 39 28 67 17.26 25.00 19,82 1,424 974 2,398 3.81 15.34 5.49


51 75 23 18 41 10.18 16.07 12.13 1,428 1,089 2,517 3.82 17.15 5.76


76 100 19 8 27 8.41 7.14 7.99 1,655 661 2,316 4.43 10.41 5.30


101 150 23 13 36 10.18 11.61 10.65 2,765 1,564 4,329 7.40 24.63 9.90


151 200 10 2 12 4.42 1.79 3.55 1,760 376 2,136 4.71 5.92 4.89


201 250 11 1 12 4.87 .89 3.55 2,467 202 2,669 6.60 3.18 6.10

251 300 7 1 8 3.10 .89 2.37 1,971 286 2,257 5.27 4.51 5.16

301 400 17 2 19 7.52 1.79 5.62 5,932 653 6,585 15.88 10.29 15.06


401 500 17 17 7.52 5.03 7,754 7,754 20.75 17.74

Over-500 14 14 6.19 4.14 9,423 9,423 25.22 21.55

TOTAL 226 112 338 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 37,368 6,349 43,717 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%







TABLE 2


NUMBER OF GRADUATES IN 1962
AND THE PERCENT ENTERING COLLEGE


Total Graduates Percent Entering College
Counties Group Group
A B C A B C
Alachua 552 171 723 66.49% 26.90% 57.12%
Baker 68 18 86 35.29 22.22 32.56
Bay 486 69 555 49.18 53.62 49.73
Bradford 148 37 185 25.68 32.43 27.03
Brevard 937 96 1,033 51.87 51.04 51.79
Broward 2,539 284 2,823 52.15 38.38 50.76
Calhoun 90 13 103 33.33 15.38 31.07
Charlotte 70 70 32.86 32.86
Citrus 72 15 87 44.44 33.33 42.53
Clay 119 26 145 46.22 50.00 46.90
Collier 104 13 117 44.23 15.38 41.02
Columbia 162 51 213 44.44 13.73 37.09
Dade 7,033 819 7,852 51.13 32.60 49.20
De Soto 82 18 100 30.49 38.89 32.00
Dixie 47 1 48 17.02 100.00 18.75
Duval 3,351 722 4,073 42.17 30.47 40.09
Escambia 1,384 335 1,719 48.63 36.72 46.31
Flagler 33 8 41 60.61 37.50 56.10
Franklin 49 14 63 24.49 21.43 23.81
Gadsden 155 186 341 58.06 26.88 41.06
Gilchrist 24 1 25 16.67 16.00
Glades 17 2 19 17.65 100.00 26.32
Gulf 84 25 109 39.28 16.00 33.94
Hamilton 80 38 118 32.50 18,42 27.97
Hardee 113 15 128 39.82 20.00 37.50
Hendry 54 14 68 31.48 35.71 32.35
Hernando 77 16 93 49.35 37.50 47.31
Highlands 172 27 199 35.47 25.93 34.17
Hillsborough 3,052 372 3,424 44.17 38.17 43.52
Holmes 143 143 23.78 23.78









Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison


Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
SOrange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
ASumtr.V


Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washinotnn


.-i to -192 5.02 50 94

TOTAL 37,368 6,349 43 2,717 47.26% 35,147. 45.1507.


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158
277
50
35
408
432
504
89
27
110
565
428
122
256
120
501
61
2,247
147
1,541
272
2,734
1,568
223
149
243
247
681
303
117
147
106
52
837
37
148
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144
76

84
54
177
28
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61
80
194
22
28
68
19
4
266
18
301
29
199
249
84
113
79
24
57
94
41
50
30
6
167
19
24
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183
421
126
35
492
486
681
117
32
171
645
622
144
284
188
520
65
2,513
165
1,842
301
2,933
1,817
307
262
322
271
738
397
158
197
136
58
1,004
56
172
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48.38
34.00
22.86
49.26
77.08
66.47
33.71
3.70
39.09
44.96
57.24
35.25
32.42
40.00
47.50
34.43
31.29
31.29
55.42
31.99
56.80
37.24
49.78
63.09
32.92
33.10
57.71
34.98
29.91
25.85
41.51
26.92
56.87
21.62
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25.69
18.42

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34.46
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45.90
30.00
62.37
18.18
25.00
27.94
26.32

30.08
38.89
43.52
37.93
48.74
26.91
41.67
33.63
46.84
37.50
35.09
31.91
34.15
38.00
26.67

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26.32
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40.62
24.60
22.86
48.58
74.89
58.15
31.62
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41.52
43.10
58.84
32.64
31.69
35.64
46.73
32.31
31.16
32.12
53.47
32.56
56.26
35.83
47.56
50.38
36.33
33.95
55.96
34.26
31.01
28.94
38,23
24.14
54.68
23.21
27.91
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TABLE 3
FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
and 1962 University Out of Technical,
School Junior College and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other
Alachua 723 99 1 201 25 87 11
Gainesville 349 60 165 10 35


Hawthorne
Newberry
P. K. Yonge
Santa Fe
A. L. Mebane
Lincoln


Baker
Baker Co. High
Keller High

Bay
Bay Co, High
Rosenwald High

Bradford
Bradford High
R. J. E, High

Brevard
Cocoa
Melbourne
Titusville
Andrew J. Gibson
Monroe High
Stone High

Broward
Ft. Lauderdale
McArthur
Pompano Beach
South Broward
Stranahan
Attucks
Blanche Ely
Dillard

Calhoun
Altha
Blountstown
Mayhaw

Charlotte
Charlotte High

Citrus
Crystal River
Citrus High
B. T. Washington


20
23
85
75
58
113


86
68
18

555
486
69

185
148
37

1,033
303
474
160
11
54
31

2,823
570
334
475
486
674
76
87
121

103
38
52
13

70
70

87
34
38
15


2
2
11
8
8
8


202
178
24

20
13
7

145
65
23
36
1
11
9

452
105
40
59
88
135
15

10


2


24
7
1
2

2
2


26
26


17
17


116
28
68
6


2 466
81
25
82
66
170
7
20
2 15


1
3 24
1 12
5
11 10


132
24
8
30
22
31
2
5
10


9
8
1

39
31
8

9
8
1

246
32
196
8
1
6
3

381
106
10
105
71
66
5
6
12


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates -------------------
and 1962 University Out of Technical,
School Junior College and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other


Clay
Clay Co. High
Orange Park
Dunbar

Collier
Everglades
Immokalee
Naples
Bethune
Carver

Columbia
Fort White
Columbia High
Richardson


32
14
12
6


117
5
24
75
10'
3

213
20
142
51


Dade .7,852
Coral Gables 869
Hialeah 735
Miami Beach Sr. 560
Miami Central 134
Miami Edison 731
Miami Jackson 442
Miami Norland 370
Miami Palmetto 386
Miami Sr. High 916
North Miami 969,
South Dade High 240
Southwest Miami 681
G, W, Carver 103
Mays Jr-Sr High 107
Miami Northwestern 302
B. T. Washington 190
N. Dade Jr-Sr High 117

De Soto 100
De Soto High 82
Smith Brown 18

Dixie 48
Dixie Co. High 47
Oliver High 1


1
I


14
10
4


14
2
5
7


7,
4
3


10
6
4


1 15

3
1 12


1 18


1,371
112
129
112
20
178
79
91
53
212
187
27
95
.4
14
28
9
21

5
2
3


860
138'
43
112
11
77
30
23
63
13t
111
26
40
9
2
21
13
9


1 19
2
1 15
2


1,036
251
45
112
13
92
40
26
83
87
83
36
49
9
9
60
25
16

12
10
2


320
18
21

20
24
27
14
27
34
59
18
33
4
2
14
3
2

10
10


3
3


Duval
Alfred DuPont
Andrew Jackson
Baldwin High
Duncan Fletcher


4,073
230
533
28
215


33 573 378
55 22
36 21
1
36 46


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483
80
26

63





TABLE 3 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

Couy Gs Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates
and 1962 J University Out of Technical,
School Junior College and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other


Duval (Contd.)
Englewood High
Jesse Ball duPont
Julia Landon
Nathan Bedford
Paxton Sr. High
Ribault
Robert E. Lee
Technical High
Terry Parker
Douglas Anderson
Matthew Gilbert
New Stanton High
Northwestern Jr-Sr.
Stanton Vocational

Escambia !
Century
Escambia High
Pensacola High
Technical High
J. M. Tate
Ernest Ward
George Carver
Ransom High
Washington Sr.

Flagler
Bunnell
Carver High

Franklin
Chapman
Carrabelle
Quinn

Gadsden
Chattahoochee
Greensboro
Havana
Quincy High
Carter-Parramore

Gilchrist
Bell
Trenton (W)
Trenton
Glades
Moore Haven
B. T. Washington


306
2
221
338
360
243
554
47
274
77
126
351
135
33

,719
36
585
486
110
112
55
21
28
286


6 24 39
1
30 38
17 56 27
16 21
2 60 4
99 33


80
6 4
31
21
25


510
6
197
205
12
20
2
4
4
60


6 76 21 183
3
6 28 2 50
25 2 90
1 2
2 12
1 7


19 17


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates .. ....
and 1962 Col University Out of Technical,
School or and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other
Gulf 109 14 9 3 12 12


Wewahitchka


19


1


3


Port St. Joe 65 11 8 1 10 8
G. W. Carver 4
Geo. Washington 21 1 2 1 1

Hamilton 118 25 4 3 5 5
Jasper 39 8 3 2 1 3
Jennings 25 6 3 1
White Springs 16 2 1
Carver High 7 3 1
J.R.E. Lee 31 6 1 1

Hardee 128 4 31 1 12 11
Hardee Co. High 113 4 31 10 9
Lillian R. Brown 15 1 2 2

Hendry 68 4 9 1 8 5
Clewiston 44 4 4 1 3 3
LaBelle 10 3 2
Harlem Academy 14 2 3 2

Hernando 93 13 5 16 3 7 8
Hernando High 77 10 5 15 3 5 8
Moton High 16 3 1 2

Highlands 199 10 1 21 12 24 17
Avon Park 65 9 1 6 12
Lake Placid 25 3 3 2 2 1
Sebring 82 4 1 8 6 16 4
E.O.Douglas 27 3 1 3

Hillsborough 3,424 216 22 785 216 251 200
Brandon 186 3 5 13 6 6 11
Brewster Voc. 95 2 2 1 5 3
Chamberlain 518 34 6 120 70 25 18
East Bay 95 3 1 29 3 1 10
Hillsborough Hi. 467 28 138 46 23 69
Jefferson 340 7 1 53 6 4 26
King High 288 11 122 15 35 17
Pinecrest 31 1 1 2
H. R. Plant 446 40 2 150 17 86 20
Plant City High 214 15 31 6 13 1
Robinson High 294 20 75 30 25 10
Turkey Creek High 78 2 2 3 3 2 8
Blake High 115 25 7 1 6 2
Marshall 55 3 4 2 9 2
Middletown 202 25 3 37 10 10 1


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates
and 1962 r C University Out of Technical,
SchoolJunior and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other
Holmes 143 26 6 2 7


Bethlehem
Holmes Co. High
Ponce de Leon
Poplar Springs

Indian River
Fellsmere
Vero Beach
Gifford

Jackson
Campbellton
Cottondale
Graceville
Grand Ridge
Greenwood
Malone
Marianna
Sneads
Jackson Co. Tr.
St. Pauls
Union Grove

Jefferson
Jefferson Co. Hi.
Howard Academy

Lafayette
Lafayette Sr. Hi.

Lake
Clermont-Minneola
Eustis High
Groveland
Leesburg
Mount Dora
Tavares
Umatilla
Carver Heights
Eustis Vocational
Lincoln Park

Lee
Alva
Ft. Myers Sr.Hi.
Dunbar


183
13
145
25

421
16
44
35
12
20
21
101
28
66
30
48

126
50
76

35
35

492
44
65
42
139
52
41
25
45
29
10

486
19
413
54


4
15
3
4


20
1
16
3

139
4
12
17
3
14
5
50
7
17
5
5


1
5


5 18
1
5 16
1

1 11
1
1
4


2
1 2
4


5 56
2 9
6
1 4
16
1 12
6
1 2

1


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates --.................
and 1962 Junior college University Out of Technical,
School and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other


Leon
Leon High
Florida High
Florida A&M High
Lincoln High

Levy
Bronson
Cedar Key
Chiefland
Williston
Williston Voc.

Liberty
Liberty Co. Hi.
Bethune High

Madison
Greenville Hi.
Madison
Greenville Tr.
Madison Training

Manatee
Manatee Co. Hi.
Palmetto High
Lincoln Memorial

Marion
Anthony
Dunnellon
Ft. McCoy
Lake Weir
North Marion
Ocala High
Belleview-Santos
B. T. Washington
Fessenden Hi.
Howard High

Martin
Martin Co. Hi.
Stuart Training
Monroe
Coral Shores
Key West Hi.
Marathon
Douglass


681
440
64
43
134

117
19
8
30
32
28

32
27
5

161
25
85
28
33

645
457
108
80

622
20
30
7
52
24
295
22
13
58
101

144
122
22

284
27
197
32
28


48
40
1


57
9
24
7
17

179
141
25
13

234
6
12
2
10
9
110
10
1
13
61


298 13 72 38
200 10 40 30
27 17 1
26 2 7 1
45 1 8 6


5 89
2
4
1
5
5
4 59
1
1

12


1 33
6
26
1 1


13 25
2
1


10 40
1
6 29
1 6
3 4


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
and 1962 University Out of Technical,
School Junior College and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other
Nassau 188 10 13 9 35 7


Callahan
Fernandina Beach
Hilliard
Yulee High
Peck High
Pine Forest

Okaloosa
Baker High
Choctawhatchee
Crestview
Escambia Farms
Laurel Hill
Carver Hill

Okeechobee
Okeechobee High
Douglas Brown

Orange
Apopka
Boone
Colonial
Edgewater
Maynard Evans
Lakeview
Oak Ridge Jr-Sr.
Ocoee Jr-Sr.
Winter Park
Charles Drew
Hungerford
Jones
Phyllis Wheatley

Osceola
Osceola High
St. Cloud
Kissimmee High


22
64
15
19
50
18


520
37
326
102
17
19
19

65
61
4

2,513
118
475
197
457
219
105
110
38
528
37
50
144
35

165
93
54
18


Palm Beach 1,842
Belle Glade 81
Forrest Hills 269
Jupiter High 45
Lake Worth Sr. Hi. 360
Pahokee 45
Riviera Beach 190
Seacrest High 260
Palm Beach Jr-Sr. 291


582
15
97
8
140
4
62
85
100


9 180
8
2 30
1 2
2 25
1 6
25
3 45
27


110
5
95
6
1
3


3
3


235
14
33
11
25
6
14
8
3
86
7
4
24


19
11
3
5

156
6
20
6
12
2
14
18
39


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates -----
and 1962 University Out of Technical,
School Junior College and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other_
Palm Beach (Contd.)
Carver 59 5 4 3 8 7
East Lake 30 8 2 3
Lake Shore 54 5 1 2 7 2
Lincoln 66 21 1 1 11 1
Roosevelt 92 32 6 1 10 1


Pasco
Gulf High
Pasco Sr. Hi.
Zephyrhills High
Moore-Mickens

Pinellas
Boca Ciega
Clearwater
Dixie Hollins
Dunedin
Largo
Northeast
St. Petersburg
Tarpon Springs
Gibbs
Pinellas High

Polk
Auburndale
Bartow
Fort Meade
Frostproof
Haines City
Kathleen
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Mulberry
Winter Haven
Jewett
Oakland
Rochelle
Roosevelt
Union Academy

Putnam
Crescent City
Melrose
Palatka
Central Academy
Middleton


301
80
133
59
29

2,933
450
380
405
212
370
397
426
94
142
57

1,817
93
157
73
44
120
108
469
113
66
325
55
19
71
42
62

307
35
18
170
66
18


17
6
2
5
4

979
196
117
109
65
82
147
179
33
39
12


10 33
14
10 15
3
1


300
40
64
43
45
31
24
37
12
1
3


21 271
13
5 30
11
1 5
17
1 13
10 60
3 11
6
96
4
1 1
1
2
1


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10
1
4
2
3

114
15
17
24
20
4
18
8
6

2


107
6
20
5

4
15
20
7
7
4
4
1
2
5
7

19
2
2
13
2





TABLE 3

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates
and 1962 Junior College University Out of Technical,
School and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other


St. Johns
Hastings
St. Augustine
Richard Murray
Walter Harris

St. Lucie
Dan McCarty
Lincoln Park Acad.

Santa Rosa
Allentown
Chumuckla
Jay
Milton
Munson
Jackson

Sarasota
Riverview
Sarasota Sr. Hi.
Venice
Booker High

Seminole
Lyman
Oviedo
Seminole High
Crooms

Sumter
South Sumter Hi.
Wildwood
J.R.E. Lee
Mills High

Suwannee
Branford
Live Oak Sr. Hi.
Douglas
O'Brien

Taylor
Salem
Taylor Co. Hi.
Jerkins

Union
Union Coi High
Consolidated High


56
3
37
7
9


53 14
1
50
2 7
7


3 50
11
3
3 35
1


397
97
25
181
94

158
49
68
30
11

197
28
119
41
9

136
7
99
30

58
52
6


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9
3


14
5
7
1
I





TABLE 3 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
and 1962 Junior College University Out of Technical,
School Juand College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other
Volusia 1,004 277 1 123 61 87 58


Mainland
DeLand Sr. Hi.
New Smyrna Beach
Seabreeze
T, D, Taylor
Campbell Sr,
Chisholm
Euclid

Wakulla
Crawfordville
Sopchoppy
Shadeville

Walton
Paxton
Walton Co, High
Tivoli

Washington
Chipley
Vernon
Roulhac


341
170
100
202
24
106
22
39


100
47
24
65
3
24
8
6


50 20 20
13 12 17
14 3 6
41 12 28
1
3 12 12


30
4
4
16


56
14
23
19

172
28
120
24

153
78
51
24


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TABLE 3A

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Graduates
1962


Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered


Junior College
Public Private


University Out of Technical,
and College State Trade and
Public Private College Other


Brevard
Florida Air Acad. 23


Broward
Fern Hall 18
Fla. Military Acad. 7
Palm Cove 7
Palm Manor 9
Pinecrest Prep. 77
St. Thomas Acquinas 188
Tutor Hall 6

Clay
St. Johns Country Day 10

Dade
Academy of the
Assumption
Adelphi Bus.&Tutoring 6
Archbishop Curley 135
Chris. Columbus Hi. 102
Conlon School 3
Cutler Cove 5
Drexel 1
Everglades School
for Girls 13
Greater Miami Acad. 17
Immaculate Acad. 85
LaSalle High 38
The Lear School 12
Miami Christian 16
Miami Military 54
Notre Dame 118
Oxford 11
Ransom 10
St. John Vianney
Minor Seminary 10
Southwest Prep. 9
Whitefield 5


No Report Received


2 11
18


1 10
12
18 12
5
4 3
1 1
2 28
25 11
5 1
2 8


Duval
Bartram
Bishop Kenny
Bolles
Escambia
Pensacola Catholic
St. Joseph


County
and
School


.17
147
68

127
20


1
6 15
6


3
2
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TABLE 3A (Contd.)
FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1962, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Graduates Number of 1962 Graduates Who Entered
County Graduates
and 1962 University Out of Technical,
School Junior College and College State Trade and
Public Private Public Private College Other
Hillsborough
Academy of the
Holy Name 62 8 10 4 31 9
Jesuit High 70 9 2 21 5 18
Our Lady of
Perpetual Help 39 3 21 1 1 3
Sacred Heart Academy 32 2 10 3 3 2
Lake
Christian Home and
Bible School 13 4 6 1
Florida Central Acad. 46 8 2 35 1
Howey Academy 51 11 1 5 11 16 7
Monteverde School 20 2 3 2 2 2
Martin
Miss Harris Fla. Sch. No Report Received
Monroe
Mary Immaculate Hi. 32 2 1 5 3 2 3

Orange
Bishop Moore 109 23 19 1 19 8
Hampden DuBose 72 2 2 1 1 62 1
Palm Beach
Graham Eckes 24 7 17
Palm Beach Private 12 2 1 1 6
Rosarian Academy 38 4 1 1 4 21 2
Webster Tufts 11 5 1

Pasco
Holy Name 25 3 5 1 5 2
St. Leo 60 8 6 16 21 1
Pinellas
Admiral Farragut 59 2 1 4 9 39
Bishop Barry 51 26 2 1 15 4
St. Pauls 45 12 1 1 10 8
St. Johns
St. Joseph 40 7 1 1 1 7 5
St. Lucie
Central Catholic 31 11 3 4 2 3
Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney 46 15 5 1 10 3
Prew Sch. of Tutoring 6 4 1
Seminole
Forest Lake Acad. 85 4 1 1 1 53 6
Volusia
Father Lopez 36 11 8 1 3 2
Florida Military 50 9 7 4 5 14
Seabreeze Private 12 5 2 2 1 1




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