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FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964


Research Report 38
Division of Research

















Thomas D. Bailey
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
STallahassee, Florida

April, 1965


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Research Report 38 is a revision of Research
Report 26 prepared by the Division of Research
of the Florida State Department of Education.

The preparation of these reports is one phase in
the implementation of Florida's plan for improv-
ing statistical services of the State Department
of Education under the provisions of Title X,
National Defense Education Act.














FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964


Research Report 38 presents a summary showing the number of high

school graduates in the spring of 1964 who entered colleges or other

schools and the types of institutions entered in each case. This is

an updating of Research Report 26 dated July, 1963.

Data for this report were obtained from card number five on the

accreditation reports completed by each principal. Data for non-public

schools were obtained from this same source for those schools completing

accreditation applications and by a special survey from other schools.

Since some high schools do not have a formal follow-up program for

graduates, it was necessary for the principal or guidance counselor

to prepare estimates for some of the items. All data are reported as

of December, 1964. Corrections cannot be made for graduates who

entered college or those who withdrew from college after this date.

Comparisons of state-wide data for graduates of 1962 and 1964

are made in some cases. However, since data for the two graduating

classes were not collected in exactly the same manner, results are

not strictly comparable.

The number of public high schools having graduating classes in

1964 was 346 as compared to 338 reporting in 1962. However, the

number of graduates in 1964 was 54,304 as compared to 43,717 graduates

in 1962, an increase of 10,587 graduates, or 24.2 percent.






Of the 346 public high schools with graduating classes in 1964, 74

schools, 21.4 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only

1,126 pupils, 2.07 percent of the total state graduates, were graduated

from these small schools. Four out of five graduates in 1964, 84.26 per-

cent, came from schools with more than 100 pupils in the graduating class.

This compares with 80.40 percent in 1962. Details regarding size of school

and number of graduates are given in Table 1.

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1962 and 1964 shows:

1962 1964
Number Percent Number Percent

High Schools reporting 338 346
Total number of graduates reported 43,717 54,304 -
Entered Public Junior Colleges 7,154 16.37 12,475 22.97
Entered Private Junior Colleges 364 .83 606 1.12
Entered Public Universities
in Florida 5,737 13.12 6,583 12.12
Entered Private Universities
or Colleges in Florida 2,148 4.91 2.048 3.77
Entered Out-of-State Colleges 4,489 10.27 5,302 9.76
Entered Technical, Trade, or
other types of schools 2,279 5.21 2,839 5.23
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 21,546 49.29 24,451 45.03

Of the 2,839 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of

schools, 2,386 entered schools in Florida and 453 entered out-of-state

schools.

It can be noted that whereas the total number of graduates in 1964

increased 24,22 percent over 1962 the percent of graduates entering:

Public Junior Colleges increased 74.38 percent
Private Junior Colleges increased 66.48 percent
Public Universities increased 14.75 percent
Private and Colleges and Universities decreased 4.66 percent
Out-of-State Colleges increased 18.11 percent
Technical and Trade schools increased 24.57 percent
No schools increased 13.48 percent

Thus 49.74 percent of the graduates of 1964 entered college during the

1964-65 school year (compared to 45.50 percent in 1962) and an additional

5.23 percent entered other types of formal training (compared to 5.21 per-

cent in 1962).







Of the 27,014 graduates of 1964 who entered college in 1964-65:


46.18 percent
2.24 percent
24.37 percent
7.58 percent
19.63 percent


entered Public Junior Colleges
entered Private Junior Colleges
entered Public Universities in Florida
entered Private Colleges and Universities
entered Out-of-State Universities


Graduating classes in public schools in 1964 are given below. The

number in parenthesis is the number of schools with that number of graduates.

Where there is no parenthesis, only one school had that number of graduates.


58f9e of araduatine Classes.


2(2)
3(5)
5(1)
6(4)
7(2)
8
9
10(3)
11(3)
12(4)
13(2)
14
15(4)
16(3)
17(2)
18(2)
19(10)
20(2)
21(4)
22(4)
23(4)
24(6)
25(3)
26(2)
27(4)
28(3)
29(4)
30(2)
31.
32(2)
33(5)
'34(4)
35(5)
37(2)


38(3)
39(2)
40(5)
41(3)
42(2)
43
44(3)
45(2)
46
47
48(3)
49(2)
50(2)
51
52(4)
53(3)
54
57(4)
58(2)
59(3)
60
61
62(2)
63(3)
65(2)
67(2)
68(2)
69
70
71
72(2)
73(2)
74(2)


75(2)
78
79(2)
80
8,1(2)
82(2)
84(4)
85(3)
86
87(3)
90
92
93(2)
96
97'
99
100(2)
104
105(3)
107(2)
110(2)
113
115
116
118(2)
122
126
127(2)
128
129
130
132(2)
134


135
136
137
138
139
140
143
145
148
155(2)
156
160(3)
163
165
166
168(3)
172
180
182
187
188
189
194
195
206
213
218
220
229(2)
230(2)
234(2)
240
241


19Q6L


245
248
251
257
261
265
270(2)
276
279
295
298
299
315
326
330
333
355
359
360
364
366
374
375
376
381
389
390
395
400
404
410
411(2)
416


425(2)
443
448
450
460
462
475(2)
480
481
500
520
532
545
550(2)
553
573
581
591
596
600(2)
604
610
613
626
637
639
672
687
752
838
847
906
981
1,052
1,080


Size of Graduating Classes ---


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NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


Non-Pub:Lc schools include both parochial and private schools. Informa-

tion was received from 64 schools having a total of 3,131 graduates in 1964.

Only 7 non-public schools failed to provide information and other reports

indicate that these schools had a relatively small number of graduates, prob-

ably not more than 100 combined. Of the 64 schools reporting, 27 (42.2 per-

cent) had 25 or fewer graduates, however only 13.7 percent of the non-public

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

intentionally keep classes small as a matter of policy. 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 27 42.19% 429 13.70%
26-50 14 21.87 524 16.74
>!51-75 12 18.75 755 24.11
S76-100 2 3.13 169 5.40
Over 100 9 14.06 1,254 40.05


Graduating classes in non-public schools in 1964 are given below. The

number in parenthesis is the number of schools with that number of graduates.

Where there is no parenthesis, only one school had that number of graduates.

4 20 35(2) 58 109
6(2) 21(3) 37 60 117
7 22(2) 38 61(2) 121
8(3) 24(2) 40 65 128
10 25(3) 43 66(2) 135
12(2) 27 46 67 142
13 30 47 70 150
16(2) 31 50 73 168
17 32 52 84 184
18(2) 33 56 85








A comparison of the number of graduates of 1962 and 1964 shows:


1962
Number Percent


High Schools reporting
Total Number of graduates
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 go on to further education
or training immediately


61
2,551
374
76

292

200
869

175

565


14.66%
2.98

11.45

7.84
34.06

6.86

22.15


1964
Number Percent

64
3,131 -
650 20.76%
120 3.83

372 11.88

302 9.65
967 30.89

171 5.46

549 17,53


More than three-fourths (77.01 percent) of the non-public school gradu-

ates entered college and an additional 5.46 percent continued other types of

formal training. The proportion of non-public school graduates entering

out-of-state colleges (30.89 percent) was more than three times as great

as the proportion of public school graduates (9.76 percent) going to college

outside Florida. The proportion of non-public school graduates entering

technical, trade, or other types of schools (5.46 percent) is about the

same as public school graduates (5.23 percent).

Of the 3.131 non-public school graduates reported for 1964, 2,411, or

77.01 percent, entered college during 1964-65. Of these 2,411 graduates

who entered college:

26.96 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
4.98 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
15.43 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
12.52 percent entered Private Colleges in Florida
40.11 percent entered Out-of-State Universities


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Table 1 gives a breakdown of the number and percent of Florida Public School

graduates by size of graduating class for 1962 and 1964.


Table 2 gives a county by county breakdown of the number of graduates going

on to college and type of institution entered.


Table 3 gives a county by county breakdown of the percent of 1964 graduates

who entered college, entered other types of schools, and who did

not continue formal training.


Table 4 gives a school by school breakdown of public school graduates who

entered college by type of institution entered. In the parenthesis

under Technical, Trade and Other, the first number refers to Florida

schools and the second number to out-of-state schools.


Table 4a gives the same breakdown for non-public school:graduates that Table 4

gives for public school graduates.







TABLE 1

NUMBER AND PERCENT OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
GROUPED BY SIZE OF GRADUATING CLASS, 1962 AND 1964


1962 1964
Number of
Graduates Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Inclusive Schools Schools Graduates Graduates Schools Schools Graduates Graduates


1-25


26-50


51-75


' 76-100


101-200


201-300


301-400


401-500


Over 500


25.157


19.82


12.13


7.99


14.20


5.92


5.62


5.03


4.14


1,333


2,398


2,517


2,316


6,465


4,926


6,585


7,754


9,423


3.05%


5.49


5.76


5.30


14.79


11.26


15.06


17.74


21.55


21.39%


18.50


12.14


8.09


15.03


7.23


4.62


4.91


8.09


1,126


2,364


2,625


2,440


7,412


6,238


5,788


7,476


18,835


2.07%


4.35


4.83


4.49


13.65


11.49


10.66


13.77


34.69


TOTALS 338 100.00


43,717 100.00


346


54,304 100.00


100.00







TABLE 2


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION ENTERED


Number of Out of Technical, Trade and Other
Counties Graduates Junior College Senior College or Univ State Schools
Spring 1964 Public Private Public Private Colleges In Florida Out-of-State
Alachua 860 96 2 172 16 63 ,19 3
Baker 94 15 2 5 1 4
Bay 750 288 32 15 55 22 7
Bradford 200 37 19 2 7 2 3
Brevard 1.826 470 12 218 79 156 69 16
Broward 3,697 959 8 377 138 357 135 23
Calhoun 107 31 7 5 3 2
Charlotte 113 21 16 6 4 6 3
Citrus 87 37 2 1 3 3 3
Clay 216 61 16 9 14 7 3
Collier 151 39 13 6 19 7
Columbia 271 67 19 2 20 8
Dade 9,446 2,601 4 1,277 489 1,127 553 4
De Soto 112 12 19 2 7 5
Dixie 69 15 4 1 2 3
Duval 5,215 450 15 649 382 691 109 35
Escambia 1,904 684 77 18 194 78 26
Flagler 49 14 5 3 3
Franklin 55 5 7 2 7 4
Gadsden 393 37 61 8 34 17 2
Gilchrist 65 14 1 1 1 4 5
Glades 29 1 2 3 2 6 2
Gulf 115 22 3 4 1 8 14
Hamilton 117 21 4 2 6 1 5
Hardee 147 27 17 1 8 14
Hendry 90 10 8 5 6 '2
Hernando 103 22 5 20 7 9
Highlands 245 36 1 27 17 21 15 4
Hillsborough 4,288 422 41 965 113 337 258 67
Holmes 153 41 5 2 4 3










Indian River 285 65 24 10 27 24 2
Jackson 470 183 27 2 15 9 13
Jefferson 135 46 15 5 3
Lafayette 33 10 1 3
Lake 617 194 6 70 27 56 45 5
Lee 679 201. 56 30 82 6 26
Leon 821 78 313 9 76 23 1
Levy 136 27 9 1 11 9 3
Liberty 47 10 2 1
Madison 204 79 1 7 1. 4 7 5
Manatee 754 278 4 70 15 56 31 7
Marion 727 279 1 62 16 42 12 1
Martin 161 46 16 6 8 6 1
Monroe 371 28 46 11 46 13 6
Nassau 228 26 4 17 4 19 17 3
Okaloosa 675 177 1 55 10 97 16 9
Okeechobee 83 9 2 1 11 2 1
Orange 3,199 128 368 420 128 408 166 46
Osceola 210 18 15 23 8 17 8 1
Palm Beach 2.225 869 5 172 83 222 57 17
Pasco 345 18 8 50 28 15 30 5
Pinellas 3,539 1,505 4 319 105 278 175 12
Polk 2,228 368 26 323 75 214 108 30
Putnam 414 122 17 4 13 10 1
St. Johns 273 62 22 22 16 7 1
St. Lucie 363 89 1 22 8 23 6 3
Santa Rosa 319 78 2 13 17 11 7
Sarasota 887 210 8 129 27 113 53 3
Seminole 573 54 54 54 16 73 28 7
Sumter 152 53 9 3 6
Suwannee 227 48 1 10 5 7 14
Taylor 137 44 11 6 4 1
Union 56 6 5 3 5
Volusia 1,323 408 6 127 70 122 84 9
Wakulla 67 9 11 1 2 5
Walton 207 44 3 1 16 6 2
Washington 167 51 6 8 5
TOTAL 54,304 12,475 606 6,583 2,048 5,302 2,386 453







TABLE 3


PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY ENTERING COLLEGE

SPercent of 1964-Graduates who:
Counties Number of Entered Technical,


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward,
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


Graduates


860
94
750
200
1,826
3,697
107
113
87
216
151
271
9,446
112
69
5,215
1,904
49
55
393
65
29
115
117
147
90
103
245
4,288
153


Entered College
40.58%7
24.47
52.00
327.50
51.20
49.74
40.19
41.59
49.43
46.30
50.99
39.85
58.20
35.71
31.88
41.94
51.10
44.90
38.18
35.62
26.15
27.59
33.04
28.20
36.06
32.22
52.43
41.63
43.80
31.37


i Trade & Others


2.56%
4.25
3.87
2.50
4.66
4.27
4.67
7.97
6.89
4.63


4.64
2.95
5.90
4.47
4.35
2.76
5.46
6.12
7.27
A 8/


13.85
27.58
12.17
5.13
9.52
2.22
8.74
7.76
7.58
4.58


Did Not Immediately
Continue Education
56.86%
71.28
44.13
65.00
44.14
45.99
55.14
50,44
43.68
49.07
44.37
57.20
35.90
59.82
63.77
55.30
43.43
48.98
54.55
59.54


60.00
44.83
54.79
66.67
54.42
65.56
38.83
50.61
48.62
64.05


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Indian River 285 44.21 9.12 46.67
Jackson 470 48.30 4.68 47.02
Jefferson 135 48.89 2.22 48.89
Lafayette 33 42.42 57.58
Lake 617 57.21 8.11 34.68
Lee 679 54.34 4.71 40.95
Leon 821 57.98 2.92 39.10
Levy 136 35.30 8.82 55.88
Liberty 47 27.66 72.34
Madison 204 45.10 5.88 49.02
Manatee 754 56.10 5.04 38.86
Marion 727 55.02 1.79 43.19
Martin 161 47.20 4.35 48.45
Monroe 371 35.31 5.12 59.57
Nassau 228 30.70 8.77 60.53
Okaloosa 675 50.37 3.70 45.93
Okeechobee 83 27.71 3.62 68.67
Orange 3,199 45.39 6.63 47.98
Osceola 210 38.57 4.29 57.14
Palm Beach 2,225 60.72 3.32 35.96
Pasco 345 34.49 10.15 55.36
Pinellas 3,539 62.48 5.28 32.24
Polk 2,228 45.15 6.19 48.66
Putnam 414 37.68 2.66 59.66
St. Johns 273 44.69 2.93 52.38
St. Lucie 363 39.39 2.48 58.13
Santa Rosa 319 34.48 5.64 59.88
Sarasota 887 54.91 6.31 38.78
Seminole 573 43.80 6.11 50.09
Sumter 152 42.76 3.95 53.29
Suwannee 227 31.28 6.16 62.56
Taylor 137 44.53 3.65 51.82
Union 56 25.00 8.93 66.07
Volusia 1,323 55.40 7.03 37.57
Wakulla 67 34.33 7.46 58.21
Walton 207 30.92 3.86 65.22
Washington 167 38.92 3.00 58.08
TOTAL 54,304 49.74% 5.23% 45.03%




TABLE 4


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County
and
School


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


Graduates
1964


860
475
22
19
87
87
38
132


Number of 1964 Graduates Who Entered


Junior College
Public Private
96 2
37 2
2

17
17
4
19


University
and College
Public Private
172 16
126 7
3
3 1
23 5
10


Out of
State
College
63
32

3
13
5

10


Technical,
Trade and
Other
22 (
4 (
3 (
1 (
6 (
3 (
5 (


Baker
Baker Co. High
Keller High

Bay
Bay County High
Rosenwald High
Rutherford High

Bradford
Bradford High
R. J. E. High

Brevard
Cocoa
Melbourne
Titusville
Andrew J. Gibson
Monroe High
Stone High
Eau Gallie High
Satellite High


19-3)*
3-1)
2-1)
1-0)
5-1)
3-0)
5-0)


288
186
25
77


94
75
19

750
411
74
265

200
166
34

1,826
604
416
245
21
48
57
194
241


470
143
71
82
1
4
15
58
96


(4-0)
(4-0)


(22-7)
(14-2)
( 1-2)
(7-3)

(2-3)
(1-3)
(1-0)

(69-16)
( 31-3)
(10-5)
( 11-3)
(2-0)
( 3-0)

(5-3)
(7-2)


218
96
39
16


1
23
43


156
47
42
22
1
3
4
13
24








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

Calhoun
Altha
Blountstown
Mayhaw

Charlotte
Charlotte

Citrus
Crystal River
Citrus High
B. T. Washington

Clay
Clay County High
Orange Park
Dunbar
Keystone Heights

Collier
Everglades
Immokalee
Naples
Bethune
Carver

Columbia
Fort White
Columbia High
Richardson


3,697
752
520
573
637
838
143
105
129


107
29
67
11

113
113


959
195
198
80
209
229
11
14
23


377
70
34
101
79
63
9
1
20


138
25
9
45
16
29
4
4
6


357
75
38
32
82
82
20
17
11


158
9
33
22
52
32
3
5
2


(135-23)
(8-1)
(25-8)
( 19-3)
(47-5)
(29-3)
(3-0)
(3-2)
( 1-1)


3-2)
1-0)
2-2)


6-3)
6-3)

3-3)
0-1)
3-2)


7-3)
0-1)
7-1)


216
75
86
32
23

151
12
24
105
8
2

271
14
187
70


1 ( 0-1)

7 ( 7-0)


1-0)
5-0)
1-0)


8 (8-0)

8 ( 8-0)


*(In Florida Other States)





TABLE 4 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1964 Graduates


University
Junior College and Colleg
Public Priate Public Private
Public Private Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


Dade
Coral Gables
Hialeah
Miami Beach Sr.
Miami Central
Miami Edison
Miami Jackson
Miami Norland
Miami Palmetto
Miami Sr. High
North Miami
a South Dade High
SSouthwest Miami
G. W. Carver
Mays Jr-Sr High
Miami Northwestern
B. T. Washington
N. Dade Jr-Sr High


9,446
847
1,080
591
295
687
395
672
613
906
1,052
251
981
122
156
475
188
135


2,601
169
110
202
45
219
122
249
115
387
374
18
378
5
35
60
80
33


4 1,277
251
60
87
16
1 85
28
91
ll
119
154
3 43
148
11
5
28
35
5


489
24
20
68
6
43
17
20
80
39
64
4
75
4
2
13
10


1,127
209
15
132
11
97
18
58
117
97
101
37
98
13
3
100
15
6


557
21
13
30
10
16
45
50
24
58
43
14
102
1
48
73


(553-4)*
(21-0)
( 10-3)
(30-0)
(9-1)
(16-0)
(45-0)
(50-0)
(24-0)
(58-0)
(43-0)
(14-0)
(102-0)
( 1-0)
(48-0)
(73-0)


9 ( 9-0)


De Soto
De Soto High
Smith-Brown

Dixie
Dixie County High
Oliver High


County
and
School


Graduates
1964


112
84
28

69
59
10


5-0)
5-0)


3-0)
3-0)


-----~- ~-~--






Duval
Alfred DuPont
Andrew Jackson
Baldwin High
Duncan Fletcher
Englewood High
Jesse Ball DuPont
Julia Landon
Nathan B. Forrest
Paxon 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


5,215
279
481
46
240
450
3
230
550
448
376
626
62
411
96
180
460
195
82

1,904
40
596
581
118
168
48
22
32
299


450
40
47
8
21
69

25
103
10
19
49
2
28
1
22
1
1
4

684
10
239
197
24
61
8
8
6
131


382
19
31

37
38

27
25
13
16
50

47
6

55
13
5


691
20
45
1
28
68


77 18


144 (109-35)


6-0)
1-0)
2-12)
2-11)

1-2)
21-4)
4-0)
17-2)
17-0)

1-1)
7-0)
9-0)
11-2)
6-1)
4-0)

78-26)
0-1)
32-13)
12-3)
14-3)
12-0)
3-2)


9 ( 5-4)


3-0)
3-0)


4 (4-0)

4 ( 4-0)


Franklin
Chapman
Carrabelle
Quinn


*(In Florida Other States)







TABLE 4 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1964 Graduates Who Entered


Junior College University
Junior Colland College
Public Private Public Private


Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


Gadsden
Chattahoochee
Greensboro
Havana
Quincy High
Carter-Parramore
Northside High

Gilchrist
Bell
Trenton High
John Morse High

Glades
Moore Haven
B. T. Washington

Gulf
Wewahitchka
Port St. Joe
G. W. Carver
George Washington

Hamilton
Jasper
Jennings
White Springs
Carver High
J. R. E. Lee


( 17-2)*
( 6-0)


393
34
29
15
85
168
62

65
33
27


115
24
73
2
16

117
44
27
6
6
34


9 (
8 (
1 (


1-1)
7-0)
3-1)


4-5)
3-5)
1-0)


6-2)
4-1)
2-1)

14-0)
2-0)
10-0)


2 ( 2-0)


1-5)
1-3)
0-2)


County
andL
School


Graduates
1964


- -- -- I I ---- --- 1






Hardee 147 27 17 1 8 14 (14-0)
Hardee County High 130 22 17 1 7 12 ( 12-0)
Lillian R. Brown 17 5 1 2 ( 2-0)

Hendry 90 10 8 5 6 2 ( 2-0)
Clewiston 53 3 5 4 5 2 ( 2-0)
LaBelle 21 4 2 1 1
Harlem Academy 16 3 1

Hernando 103 22 5 20 7 9 ( 0-9)
Hernando High 79 16 5 17 6 9 ( 0-9)
Moton ligh 24 6 3 1

Highlands 245 36 1 27 17 21 19 ( 15-4)
Avon Park 68 4 8 6 8 4 ( 2-2)
Lake Placid 26 4 2 3 1 3 ( 2-1)
SSebring 116 24 1 14 7 12 12 ( 11-1)
SE. O. Douglas 35 4 3 1

Hillsborough 4,288 422 41 965 113 337 325 (258-67)
Brandod 257 8 1 49 5 4 14 ( 12-2)
Brewster Voc. 105 1 6 1 2 6 ( 6-0)
Chamberlain 639 21 3 135 23 32 75 (58-17)
East Bay 99 12 1 16 1
Hillsborough High 610 53 4 198 13 28 29 ( 23-6)
Jefferson 374 25 10 47 20 5 32 ( 27-5)
King High 389 23 11 119 14 27 31 ( 28-3)
Pinecrest 39 1 6
H. R. Plant 600 110 200 10 126 73 ( 53-20)
Plant City High 218 5 37 4 19 3 ( 3-0)
Robinson High 410 67 9 90 14 38 44 ( 30-14)
Turkey Creek High 92 3 2 7 3 3 ( 3-0)
Blake High 163 32 31 1 15 1 ( 1-0)
Marshall 59 5 6 4 7 ( 7-0)
Middletown 234 56 18 8 33 7 ( 7-0)

Holmes 153 41 5 2 7 ( 4-3)
Bethlehem 23 1 1 ( 0-1)
Holmes Co. High 69 30 3 1 1 ( 0-1)
Ponce de Leon 35 8 2 1 2 ( 2-0)
Poplar Springs 21 3 ( 2-1)
Bayview 5 2
*(In Florida Other States)






TABLE 4 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1964 Graduates
University
Junior College and legrs e
Public Private Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
oll a o


Technical,
Trade and
O-her


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. High
Howard Academy

Lafayette
Lafayette Sr. High

Lake
Clermont
Eustis High
Groveland
Leesburg
Mount Dora


285
10
234
41

470
11
40
38
19
13
27
136
40
73
33
40

135
61
74

33
33

617
58
82
45
168
65


24 10


!2 (
1 (
1 (
5 (
2 (
1 (
1 (
6 (
2 (


183


194
18
20
20
54
18


County
and
School


Graduates
1964


24-2)*
1-0)
23-2)


9-13)
1-0)
0-1)
2-3)
2-0)
1-0)
0-1)
0-6)
2-0)

1-1)
0-1)

3-0)
1-0)
2-0)


45-5)
6-0)
9-2)
1-0)
20-1)
3-0)


I


-- ---- -- -- --


gOther






Lake (Contd.)
Tavares
Umatilla
Carver Heights
Eustis Vocational
Lincoln Park

Lee
Alva
Ft. Myers Sr. High
Dunbar

Leon
Leon High
Florida High
Florida ASM High
Lincoln High

Levy
Bronson
Cedar Key
Chiefland
Williston
Williston Vocational

Liberty
Liberty County High
Bethune High

Madison
Greenville High
Madison
Greenville Training
Madison Training

Manatee
Manatee County High
Palmetto High
Lincoln Memorial
Southeast High

*(In Florida Other States)


679
19
600
60

821
532
90
51
148

136
22
9
41
39
25

47
44
3

204
25
85
35
59

754
375
127
97
155


201
3
194
4


56 30
2
53 27
3 1


313
168
50
29
66


12 ( 9-3)


3-0)
2-0)
1-3)
3-0)


79
8
38
15
18

278
154
47
21
56


4-1)
2-1)


6-26)
1-0)
2-25)
3-1)

23-1)
18-0)
1-0)
0-1)
4-0)


7-5)
5-1)
2-4)



31-7)
22-6)
2-0)
7-0)
0-1)






TABLE 4 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County
and
School


Marion
Dunnellon
Lake Weir
North Marion
Odala High
Belleview-Santos
B. T. Washington
Fessenden High
Howard High

Martin
Martin County High
Stuart Training

Monroe
Coral Shores
Key West High
Marathon
Douglass

Nassau
Callahan
Fernandina Beach
Hilliard
Yulee High
Peck High
Pine Forest


Graduates
1964


727
52
63
57
326
33
15
63
118

161
137
24

371
37
229
53
52

228
24
100
20
21
52
11


Number of 1964 Graduates


Junior College University
Pbc Pt and College
.Public Private Public Private


279
9
25
16
141
17


Who Entered
Out of
State
Pr^1 1 A


Technical,
Trade and
nI-h -r


- ------- ------pl ----- 12-l)*-


12-1)*
1-0)
1-0)
3-1)
6-0)


1 ( 1-0)


( 6-1)
( 6-1)


2 (
4 (


13-6)
2-1)
5-3)
5-1)
1-1)

17-3)
2-0)
10-2)

2-0)
3-1)


uvrlrg~ vca~s~


62 16






Okaloosa 675 177 1 55 10 97 25 ( 16-9)
Baker High 53 15 1
SChoctawhatchee 462 104 1 44 8 75 22 "( 14-8)
Crestview 100 38 10 2 18 2 ( 1-1)
Laurel Hill 28 11 1
Carver Hill 20 5 1 2
W. E. Combs 12 4 1 ( 1-0)

Okeechobee 83 9 2 1 11 3 ( 2-1)
Okeechobee High 80 9 2 1 11 2 ( 2-0)
Douglas Brown 3 1 ( 0-1)

Orange 3,199 128 368 420 128 408 212 (166-46)
Apopka 134 13 6 8 3 10 12 ( 11-1)
Boone 545 9 90 74 10 90 43 ( 13-30)
Colonial 364 5 26 18 22 19 12 ( 12-0)
Edgewater 553 12 50 100 30 90 30 ( 25-5)
Maynard Evans 381 12 63 51 7 38 12 ( 11-1)
Lakeview 110 6 11 16 2 18 8 ( 8-0)
Oak Ridge Jr-Sr. 213 3 52 31 8 27 47 ( 47-0)
Ocoee Jr-Sr. 50 1 5 3 2 4 ( 4-0)
Winter Park 359 2 64 64 33 77 14 ( 12-2)
Charles Drew 19 1 1 6 1 (1-0)
Hungerford 49 9 2 2 5 9 ( 3-6)
Jones 182 52 14 7 26 8 ( 8-0)
Phyllis Wheatley 34 3 4 1 ( 0-1)
Vocational Center 206 6 33 11 (11-0)

Osceola 210 18 15 23 8 17 9 ( 8-1)
Osceola High 132 12 8 19 2 12 4 ( 4-0)
St. Cloud 65 2 7 4 5 4 4 ( 4-0)
Kissimmee High 13 4 1 1 1 ( 0-1)

Palm Beach 2,225 869 5 172 83 222 74 ( 57-17)
Belle Glade 93 35 8 3 10 9 ( 8-1)
Forrest Hills 425 205 35 20 35 8 ( 6-2)
Jupiter High 63 28 5 3 4 2 ( 1-1)
Lake Worth Sr. High 366 160 2 22 5 34 17 ( 15-2)
Pahokee 68 16 7 2 17 2 ( 2-0)
Riviera Beach 261 90 1 22 15 35 8 ( 5-3)
Seacrest High 355 146 2 36 9 30 9 ( 7-2)


*(In Florida Other States)






TABLE 4 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1964 Graduates


_University
Junior College and Collee
ac Pub lc Private
Public Private Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


Palm Beach (Contd.)
Palm Beach Jr-Sr.
Carver
East Lake
Lake Shore
Roosevelt

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

Pinellas
Boca Ciega
Clearwater
Dixie Hollins
Dunedin
Largo
Northeast
St. Petersburg
Tarpon Springs
Gibbs
Pinellas High
Nina Harris
Seminole
Technical Ed. Center


315
78
33
84
84

345
79
160
84
22

3,539
550
425
480
298
333
400
443
104
165
67


139
9
4
11


18
3
4
6
5

1,505
316
190
180
98
96
210
216
30
54


50
6
18
25
1

319
44
50
38
40
36
31
48
7
5
2


1
108


7
10
1
7
1

28
5
20
2
1

105
16
21
7
9
4
8
27
1
1
7

4


3 ( 1-2)*
5 ( 5-0)
7 (7-0)
4 ( 0-4)


(30-5)
( 8-2)
( 3-2)
( 13-1)
( 6-0)


278
41
32
19
30
23
33
47
9
20
10


187 (175-12)
40 (38-2)
6 (6-0)
27 (26-1)
12 (12-0)
16 (15-1)
11 (11-0)
24 (23-1)
19 (17-2)
13 ( 13-0)
7 (6-1)
1 ( 0-1)
11 ( 8-3)


County
and
School


Graduates
1964


---


-- -----


-----"- --~~--







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

St. Johns
Hastings
St. Augustine
Richard Murray
Walter Harris


2,228
128
172
72
37
126
220
500
139
72
390
85
44
81
52
110

414
42
19
229
107
17


368
12
23
14
10
19
37
84
24
6
78
13
9
17
11
11

122
16
3
79
23
1


22 22
1
20 6
2 8
7


138 (108-30)


11-0)
2-0)
1-1)
12-1)
7-3)
14-5)
21-0)

25-6)
6-0)
2-0)
1-2)
0-7)
6-5)

10-1)
2-1)
3-0)
2-0)
2-0)
1-0)


7-1)
2-0)
5-0)


1 ( 0-1)


St. Lucie
Dan McCarty
Lincoln Park Academy


18 ( 11-7)


Santa Rosa
Allentown
Chumuckla
Jay
Milton
Munson
Jackson


*(In Florida Other States)


6-3)
5-1)
1-2)


2-0)
5-3)
2-3)
1-0)
1-1)





TABLE 4 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 19b0, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County
and
School


Sarasota.
Riverview
Sarasota Sr. High
Venice
Booker High

Seminole
Lyman
Oviedo
Seminole High
Crooms

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

Suwannee
Branford
Live Oak Sr. High
Douglas
O'Brien


Graduates
1964


Number of 1964 Graduates
SUniversity
Junior College and College
Public Private Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


129
56
46
23
4


887
330
360
155
42

573
160
38
248
127


73
15-
2
45
11


Taylor
Salem
Taylor County High
Jerkins

Union
Union County High
Union Co. Consolidated


5 (4-ry

5 ( 4-1)


3
115
19

56
49


5-0)
2-0)
3-0)


53-3)*
35-0)
10-3)
8-0)


28-7)
5-0)
5-3)
13-3)
5-1)

6-0)
5-0)
1-0)


14-0)
1-0)
11-0)
2-0M


- 111------- ---~ 11----- ~--~91 PI---~--------


I






Volusia 1,323 408 6 127 70 122 93 ( 84-9)
Mainland 404 169 2 27 7 21 41 (39-2)
DeLand Sr. High 270 68 1 31 27 27 1 ( 1-0)
New Smyrna Beach 160 45 12 4 8 18 ( 17-1)
Seabreeze 276 60 1 45 25 50 24 ( 20-4)
T. D. Taylor 35 9 1 1 1 2 2 ( 2-0)
Campbell Sr. High 107 40 5 4 10 4 ( 2-2)
Chisholm 24 7 1 1 1 2 3 ( 3-0)
Southwestern 47 10 5 1 2

Wakulla 67 9 11 1 2 5 (5-0)
Crawfordville 23 6 2 1 3 ( 3-0)
Sopchoppy 19 3 1 1 1 1 ( 1-0)
Shadeville 25 8 1 ( 1-0)

Walton 207 44 3 1 16 8 (6-2)
Paxton 40 6 2 4 ( 3-1)
Walton County High 140 35 2 1 11 3 ( 3-0)
Tivoli 27 3 1 3 1 (0-1)

Washington 167 51 6 8 5 ( 5-0)
Chipley 87 31 6 5 2 ( 2-0)
Vernon 50 14 3 3 ( 3-0)
Roulhac 30 6


*(In Florida Other States)







TABLE 4a

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Junior Coll
P),,l bli POi


Number of 1964 Graduates
University
and College
.vate Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


Brevard
Florida Air Academy 40 3


Broward
Cardinal Gibbons High
Chaminade High
Fern Hall
Madonna Academy
Palm Cove Beach School
Palm Manor
Pinecrest Preparatory
St. Thomas Acquinas
Tutor Hall
Hollywood High

Clay
St. Johns Country Day

Dade
Academy of the Assumption
Adelphi Bus. & Tutoring
Archbishop Curley
Belen Jesuit Prep.
Chris. Columbus High
Conlon School
Drexel
Everglades School for Girls
Greater Miami Academy
Immaculate Academy
LaSalle High


11
10

1 4
No Report Received

5
3 30
No Report Received
1


3

12

23
1
No Report Received


County
and
School


Graduates
1964


- -- --


E







Dade (Contd.)
The Lear School
Miami Christian
Miami Military
Monsignor E. Pace High
Notre Dame Academy
Ransom
St. John Vianney Minor
Seminary
St. Patrick School
Southwest Preparatory
Whitefield
Mesivta Sr. High of
Greater Miami


18
25
61
30
150
12

25
33
18
6


No Report Received


Duval
Bartram
Bishop Kenny
Bolles

Escambia
Pensacola Catholic
St. Joseph

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy Name
Jesuit High
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Sacred Heart Academy
Berkeley Prep. School

Lake
Christian Home & Bible School
Florida Central Academy
Howey Academy
Montverde School

Martin
*Miss Harris Fla. School


* Not included in Non-Public School summaries.







TABLE 4a (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1964, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number
Junior College


Public Private


of 1964 Graduates
University
and College
Public Privat-e


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


Monroe
Mary Immaculate High

Orange
Bishop Moore
Hampden DuBose
Ann Lisbeth Seese


Palm Beach
Graham Eckes
Palm Beach Private
Rosarian Academy
Palm Beach Country Day School
Cardinal Newman

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut
Bishop Barry
Clearwater Central Catholic
St. Pauls

Polk
Santa Fe High School

St. Johns
St. Joseph

St. Lucie
Central Catholic


46
16
109


1
No Report Received
3 2
1
11


5 1 3


County
and
School


Graduates
1964


128
43
7


47 6


- -- -- --






Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney
Prew School of Tutoring

Seminole
Forest Lake Academy


Volusia
Father Lopez
Florida Military
Seabreeze Private


5 5
No Report Received




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