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FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965


Research Report 45
Division of Research













Floyd T. Christian
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tallahassee, Florida

May, 1966


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Research Report 45 is a revision of Research
Report 38 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. (900)












FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965


Research Report 45 presents a summary showing the number of high

school graduates in the spring of 1965 who entered colleges or other

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

an updating of Research Report 38 dated April, 1964.

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 souce 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, 1965. Corrections cannot be made for graduates who

entered college after this date.

Comparisons of state-wide data for graduates of 1964 and 1965 are

made in some cases and in two tables comparisons are made for graduates

of 1962, 1964 and 1965. The data for 1962 were not collected in exactly

the same manner as for 1964 and 1965 and are not strictly comparable.

Nine schools that had a graduating class in the spring of 1965 were not

operating as senior high schools during the 1965-66 school year. These

schools either have been reorganized as junior high schools or have

been closed. Therefore, these schools were not required to provide

follow-up data on their graduates when filing accreditation reports.







Data for the graduates of seven of these schools were obtained from local

school personnel. For two schools estimates were made by the State Depart-

ment of Education using the same proportions of pupils going on to college as

were reported in 1964.

The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in 1965

was 345 as compared to 346 reporting in 1964. However, the number of

graduates in 1965 was 62,079 as compared to 54,304 graduates in 1964, an

increase of 7,775 graduates, or 14.32 percent.

Of the 345 public high schools with graduating classes in 1965, sixty

schools, 17.39 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only

970 pupils, 1.56 percent of the total state graduates, were graduated from

these small schools. More than four out of five graduates in 1965, 86.62

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

This compares with 84.26 percent in 1964. Details regarding size of school

and number of graduates are given in Tables 1 and 2.

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1964 and 1965 shows:

1964 1965
Number Percent Number Percent

High Schools reporting 346 345
Total number of graduates reported 54,304 62,079
Entered Public Junior Colleges 12,457 22.97 15,858 25.54
Entered Private Junior Colleges 606 1.12 930 1.50
Entered Public Universities
in Florida 6,583 12.12 7,076 11.40
Entered Private Universities
or Colleges in Florida 2,048 3.77 2,271 3.66
Entered Out-of-State Colleges 5,302 9.76 5,825 9.38
Entered Technical, Trade, or
other types of schools 2,839 5.23 3,371 5.43
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 24,451 45.03 26,751 43.09

Of the 3,368 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,

2,902 entered schools in Florida and 466 entered out-of-state schools. The

impact of area vocational-technical schools authorized by the 1965 State

Legislature has not as yet made itself felt.






It can be noted that whereas the total number of graduates in 1965

increased 14.32 percent over 1964 the number of graduates entering:

Public Junior Colleges increased 27.12 percent
Private Junior Colleges increased 53,47 percent
Public Universities increased 7,49 percent
Private Colleges and Universities decreased 11.13 percent
Out-of-State Colleges increased 9.86 percent
Technical and trade schools increased 18.74 percent
No schools increased 9.44 percent

Thus 51.48 percent of the graduates of 1965 entered college during the

1965-66 school year (compared to 49.74 percent in 1964) and an additional

5.43 percent entered other types of formal training (compared to 5.23 percent

in 1964),

Of the 31,965 graduates of 1965 who entered college in 1965-66:

49.61 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
2.91 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
22.14 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
7,12 percent entered Private Colleges and Universities
18,22 percent entered Out of-State Universities

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

Schools by size of graduating class for 1962, 1964, and 1965.

Table 2 gives a breakdown of the number and percent of Florida Public High

School graduates by size of graduating class for 1962, 1964, and 1965.

Table 3 gives a county by county breakdown of the number of graduates going

on to college and type of institution entered.

Table 4 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 5 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 5a. gives the same breakdown for non-public school graduates that Table 4

gives for public school graduates.


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Graduating classes in public schools in 1965 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.


Size of Graduating Classes, 1965

3(2) 41(4) 84(2) 159 309 529
4(3) 42(2) 85 161 310 534
5(2) 44(2) 86(2) 163 313 543
7 45 87(3) 166(2) 330 545
8 46(3) 90, 167 348 546
9 47(2) 91(2) 175 350 550
11(2) 48(3) ,92(3) 178 351 555
12(3) 49 93 180(2) 353 558
13(2) 50 94 181 356 565
14(3) 51(4) 96(3) 195 360 566
15(6) 52 105 198 363 583
16(2) 53 106 199 369 610
17(2) 54(6) 109 205(2) 374 611
18(6) 55(4) 110 208 377 621
19(5) 56(5) 112 211 401 630
20(3) 57 117(5) 215 405 638
21 58 119(2) 216 415(2) 640
22(3) 59(3) 120(2) 219 417 650(2)
20(6) 60 122 220 421 655
24(2) 62 124(2) 227 426 660
25(4) 64 125(2) 230 431 672
26(3) 65(4) 126 235(2) 484 675
27(4) 68(3) 127(2) 252 444 701
28(3) 69(2) 131(2) 257 448 716
29(6) 70 137 265 451 733
30(3) 71 140 275 470(2) 738
31(3) 72(2) 141 278 478 747
32(3) 73(2) 142(3) 290 481 917
33(2) 75 144 294 487 960
34(4) 76 147 295 499 1006
35(2) 77 148(2) 297 512 1055
36(2) 78(2) 149 298 513 1062
37(3) 82 153 299 520 1192
38(4) 83 155 300(2) 526 1231
39(4) 157 306






NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


Non-Public schools include both parochial and private schools. Infor-

mation was received from 77 schools having a total of 3,749 graduates in

1965. Only 3 non-public schools failed to provide information. Other reports

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

probably less than 100 combined. Of the 77 schools report, 31 (40,26

percent) had 25 or fewer graduates, however, only 10.67 percent of the

nontpubllc 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 31 40,26% 400 10.67%
26-50 18 23.38 600 16.01
51-75 14 18.18 913 24.35
76-100 5 6,49 423 11.28
Over 100 9 11.69 1,413 37.69

Graduating classes in non-public schools in 1965 are given below. The

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

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

2 17(2) 32(2) 61 87
3 18(5) 34 63(2) 93
4(2) 19(2) 35 66 112
5 20(2) 37 68(3) 114
6(3) 21(3) 38 69 141
8(2) 26(2) 42 70 147
9(2) 27 47 74 150
10 28(2) 48 75 159
11 29 51 78 160
12 30(2) 58 81 188
16(2) 31 59 84 212


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A comparison of the number of graduates of 1964 and 1965 shows:


1964 1965
Number Percent Number Percent
High Schools reporting 64 77
Total Number of graduates 3,131 3,749 -
Entered Public Junior Colleges 650 20.76% 1,073 28.62%
Entered Private Junior Colleges 120 3.83 117 3.12
Entered Public Universities
in Florida 372 11.88 447 11.92
Entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida 302 9.65 308 8.21
Entered Out-of-State Colleges 967 30.89 1,032 27.54
Entered Technical, Trade or
other types of schools 171 5.46 159 4.24
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 549 17.53 613 16.35

More than three-fourths (79.41 percent) of the non-public school gradu-

ates entered college and an additional 4.24 percent continued other types of

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

out-of-state colleges (27.54 percent) was three times as great as the propor-

tion of public school graduates (9.38 percent) going to college outside Florida.

The proportion of non-public school graduates entering technical, trade, or

other types of schools (4.24 percent) is slightly less than the public school

graduates (5.43 percent).

Of the 3,749 non-public school graduates reported for 1965, 2,977 or

79.41 percent, entered college during 1965-66. Of these 2,977 graduates who

entered college:

36.04 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
3.93 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
15.02 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
10.35 percent entered Private Colleges in Florida
34.66 percent entered Out-of-State Universities


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TABLE 1


NUMBER AND PERCENT OF FLORIDA PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS
GROUPED BY SIZE OF GRADUATING CLASS


Size of
Graduating
Class

1-25
26-50
51-75
76-100
101-200
201-300
301-400
401-500
Over 500

TOTAL


1962
Number of Percent
Schools of Total
Schools

85 25.15%
67 19.82
41 12.13
27 7.99
48 14.20
20 5.92
19 5.62
17 5.03
14 4.14

338 100.00%


1964
Number of Percent
Schools of Total
Schools


74
64
42
28
52
25
16
17
28

346


21.39%
18.50
12.14
8.09
15.03
7.23
4.62
4.91
8.09

100.00%


1965
Number of Percent
Schools of Total
Schools


60
65
45
26
52
25
15
18
39

345


17.39%
18.84
13.04
7.54
15.07
71,25
4.35
5.22
11.30

100,00%


TABLE 2


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


Size of
Graduating
Class

1-25
26-50
51-75
76-100
101-200
201-300
301-400
401-500
Over 500

TOTAL


19(
Number of
Graduates


1,333
2,398
2,517
2,316
6,465
4,926
6,585
7,754
9,423

43,717


Percent
of Total
Graduates

3.05%
5.49
5.76
5.30
14.79
11.26
15.06
17.74
21.55

100.00


Number of
Graduates


1,126
2,364
2,625
2,440
7,412
6,238
5,788
7,476
18,835

54,304


1964


Percent
of Total
Graduates

2.07%
4.35
4.83
4.49
13.65
11.49
10.66
13.77
34.69

100.00


196
Number of
Graduates


970
2,342
2,719
2,281
7,380
6,326
5,169
7,993
26,915

62,095


Percent
of Total
Graduates

1.56%
3.77
4.38
3.67
11.89
10.19
8.32
12.87
43.35

100.00







TABLE 3


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 1965 Public Private Public Private Colleges In Florida Out-of-State
Alachua 952 175 13 181 27 97 15 2
Baker 109 23 3 9 3
Bay 937 409 8 47 14 71 21 21
Bradford 176 38 17 5 15
Brevard 2,282 597 17 270 80 166 129 19
Broward 4,373 1,423 4 407 150 418 208 32
Calhoun 97 32 4 4 2 1
Charlotte 148 34 3 21 2 5 18 2
Citrus 134 33 12 4 7 8
Clay 270 71 2 44 5 8 13 4
Collier 243 32 6 28 22 28 9 2
Columbia 337 125 12 11 36 15 1
Dade 10,651 3,165 19 1,270 388 1,237 644 27
De Soto 132 2 6 19 11 11 5 3
Dixie 64 22 4 3 1
Duval 5,767 651 34 625 454 683 169 31
Escambia 1,980 713 77 13 173 48 11
Fagler 34 22 2 1 2
Franklin 48 8 2 3 4 2 2
Gadsden 492 60 44 14 57 25 2
Gilchrist 52 11 1 5 3 1
Glades 37 4 3 2 1 4 3
Gulf 162 45 3 9 2 12 11 5
Hamilton 131 38 6 3 9 2
Hardee 141 33 2 10 10 9 12
Hendry 107 10 8 3 15 9 1
Hernando 112 19 2 26 4 5 11 4
Highlands 283 30 34 12 27 19 2
Hillsborough 4,810 585 30 1,060 134 350 212 32
Holmes 175 61 8 3 3 6








Indian River 336 111 2 27 8 30 30
Jackson 513 187 18 4 17 12 11
Jefferson 135 44 1 7 1 8 1 1
Lafayette 42 10 2 1
Lake 648 211 9 56 25 59 42 6
Lee 779 210 96 36 66 7 1
Leon 987 179 342 9 92 22 5
Levy 161 39 2 7 3 15 8
Liberty 34 8 2
Madison 182 67 11 2 8 2 3
Manatee 876 314 57 22 64 40
Marion 798 319 2 53 18 39 2 2
Martin 183 60 1 10 7 17 6 5
Monroe 364 90 2 39 16 36 14 3
Nassau 249 43 2 29 5 17 15 3
Okaloosa 795 338 1 82 15 112 22 24
Okeechobee 97 19 5 3 2 6
Orange 3,860 136 655 548 171 451 246 32
Osceola 209 23 7 24 4 24 19
Palm Beach 2,546 1,052 8 172 97 237 70 28
Pasco 405 47 7 40 18 21 29 13
Pinellas 4,420 1,668 2 385 124 386 293 11
Polk 2,432 576 7 280 72 210 137 23
Putnam 367 142 20 7 10 5 3
St. Johns 314 128 10 32 8 20 8
St. Lucie 477 125 4 65 16 23 14 4
Santa Rosa 358 109 11 2 10 6 3
Sarasota 1,024 291 4 138 42 121 58 14
Seminole 674 50 63 70 21 98 53 8
Sumter 154 48 9 5 6 3
Suwannee 233 69 15 5 7 4 3
Taylor 170 62 18 1 12 10 1
Union 62 20 4 1
Volusia 1,523 444 1 143 105 132 66 18
Wakulla 61 9 6 1 2
Walton 233 84 13 1 20 3 4
Washington 142 55 9 1 13 5 2
TOTAL 62,079- 15,858 930 7,076 2,271 5,825 2,902 466





TABLE 4


PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY ENTERING COLLEGE


Percent of 1965 Graduates who:
Counties Number of Entered Technical, Did Not Immediately
Graduates Entered College Trade & Others Continue Education
Alachua 952 51.79% 1.79% 46.42%
Baker 109 32.11 2.75 65.14
Bay 937 58.59 4.48 36.93
Bradford 176 42.61 57.39
Brevard 2,282 49.52 6.49 43.99


Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamiltona

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


4,373
97
148
134
270
243
337
10,651
132
64
5,767
1,980
34
48
492
52
37
162
131
141
107
112
283

175-


54.93
41.24
43.92
41.79
48.15
47.74
54.60
57.07
37.12
40.63
42.43
49.29
73.53
35.42
35.57
38.46
27.03
43.83
42.74
45.39
33.64
50.00
36.40
44.89
41.14


5.49
3.09
13.51
5.97
6.30
4.53
4.75
6.30
6.06
6.25
3.47
2.98
5.88
8.33
5.49
1.92
18.92
9.88
1.53
8.51
9.35
13.39
7.42
5.07
5.14


39.58
55.67
42.57
52.24
45.55
47.73
40.65
36.63
56.82
53.12
54.10
47.73
20.59
56.25
58.94
59.62
54.05
46.29
55.73
46.10
57.01
36.61
56.18
50.04
53.72


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Indian River 336 52.98 9.52 37.50
Jackson 513 44.06 4.48 51.64
Jefferson 135 45.19 1.48 53.33
Lafayette 42 23.81 7.14 69.05
Lake 648 55.56 7.41 37.03
Lee 779 52.37 1.03 46.60
Leon 987 63.02 2.74 34.24
Levy 161 31.68 14.28 54.04
Liberty 34 29.41 70.59
Madison 182 48.35 2.75 48.90
Manatee 876 52.17 4.57 43.26
Marion 798 54.01 .50 45.49
Martin 183 51.91 6.01 42.08
Monroe 364 50.27 4.67 45.06
Nassau 265 38.55 7.23 54.22
Okaloosa 795 68.93 5.79 25.28
Okeechobee 97 29.90 6.18 63.92
Orange 3,860 50.80 7.20 42.00
Osceola 209 39.23 9.09 51.68
Palm Beach 2,546 61.51 3.85 34.64
Pasco 405 32.84 10.37 56079
Pinellas 4,420 58,03 6o88 35.09
Polk 2,432 47.08 6.58 46.34
Putnam 367 48.77 2.18 49,05
St. Johns 314 56.69 8.92 34.39
St. Lucie 477 48.85 3o77 47.38
Santa Rosa 358 36.87 2.51 60.62
Sarasota 1,024 58.20 7.03 34.77
Seminole 674 44.81 9o05 46.14
Sumter 154 44.16 1.95 53.89
Suwannee 233 41.20 3.01 55,79
Taylor 170 54.71 6.47 38.82
Union 62 40.32 59.68
Volusia 1,523 54o17 5,52 40.31
Wakulla 61 26.23 3.28 70.49
Walton 233 50.64 3.01 46.35
Washington 142 54o93 4o93 40.14
TOTAL 62,095 51.48% 5.43% 43.09%




TABLE 5


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


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


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
Cocoa Beach Jr-Sr.


School
Number


0151
0201
0261
0391
0271
0221
0112


0012
0031


0061
0301
0341


0021
0091


1011
2011
0011
0021
1021
2071
3011
6011
5011


Graduates
1965


952
545
28
29
87
77
55
131


109
87
22

937
520
117
300

176
137
39

2,282
611
431
300
32
48
73
299
313
175


Number of 1965 Graduates


Junior
Public
175
96
7
7
16
20
16
13


College
Private
13
13


University
and College
Public Private
181 27
132 13
3
2 2
26 3
9 3
1 3
8 3


Who Entered
Out of
State
College
97
60

1
22
6

8


Technical,
Trade and
Other
17 (15-2)*
1 (1-0)
1 (1-0)
1 ( 1-0)
6 ( 6-0)
2 (2-0)


6 (4-2)


( 3-0)
(3-0)


(21-21)
(13-17)
(2-2 )
(6-2 )


409
243
48
118


148
21
20
13


597
158
105
79
4
11
11
91
105
33


(129-19)
( 21-0 )
(18-2 )
(11-2 )

(5-4 )
(4-1 )
(15-3 )
( 28-3 )
(27-4 )





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

Calhoun
Altha
Blountstown
Mayhaw

Chariotte
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


0951
0241
0181
0171
0211
0342
0361
0371
1241


0101
0021
0051


0031


0081
0031
0041


0041
0251
0081
0301


0051
0081
0151
0111
0071


0121
0061
0151


4,373
716
"583
630
738
917
106
161
166
356


1,423
186
235
224
328
325
4
29
17
75


407
93
18
100
81
56
17
6
10
26


150
21
13
40
17
26
9
7
-9
8


418
66
17
52
82
113
19
27
21
21


240
18
33
14
83
67
4
2
7
12


97
20
62
15

148
148

134
56
55
23

270
98
105
41
26


(208-32)
( 16-2)
( 25-8 )
( 10-4 )
S83-0)
( 57-10)
( 2-2)
( 1-1
S4-3)
( 10-2 )


3 ( 2-1 )

3 ( 2-1)


( 18-2 )
( 18-2 )


8-0
5-0
1-0
2-0

13-4
9-3
4-0
0-1


9-2
2-0
1-0
3-2
3-0


28 22


337
19
235
83


12 11


16 ( 15-1 )


( 14-0 )
( 1-1 )


*(In Florida Other States)




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1965 Graduates


County
and
U l1


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


De SotoL
De Soto High
Smith Brown


School
Number


7071
7111
7201
7251
7301
7341
7381
7431
7461
7591
7701
7741
7041
7161.
7411
7781
7561


0021
0101


Graduates
1965


132
94
38


a%-c_ -V V


--


Technical,


4 ( 3-1 )
4 ( 3-1 )


Dixie
Dixie County High 0021
Oliver High 0051


5-3 )
5-3 )


Junior
Public
3,165
254
442
206
75
240
110
384
108
379
359
56
354
18
33
94
23
30


College
Private
19
7






6


4
2


University
and College
Public Private
1,270 388
175 32
87 44
111 79
11 17
95 10
21 16
129 39
65 27
107 5
118 20
56 4
226 60
8 3
17 5
29 13
8 11
7 3


Who Entered
Out of
State
College
1,287
300
90
144
16
76
8
87
68
79
97
37
93
12
17
89
14
10


Trade and
Other
671 (6
30 (
133 (1:
19 (
13 (
47 (
13 (
78 (
22 (
69 (
50 (
7 (
36 (

48 (
102 (1
2 (
2 (


10,651
1,055
1,192
621
295
638
377
1,006
747
960
1,062
278
1,231
122
198
513
216
140


48-0
02-0
2-0
2-0


44-27)*
26-4 )
33-0 )
19-0 )
13-0 )
47-0 )
13-0 )
63-15)
14-8 )
69-0 )
50-0 )
7-0 )
36-0 )






Duval
Alfred DuPont**
Andrew Jackson
Baldwin High
Duncan Fletcher
Englewood High
Julia Landon**
Nathan B. Forrest
Paxon Sr. High
Ribault
Robert E. Lee
Technical High
Terry Parker
Douglas Anderson
Matthew Gilbert
New Stanton High
Stanton Vocational

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


0661
0351
0381
2231
0901
0311
2071
0751
0961
0331
0671
0861
1071
1461
1531
1011


0171
0281
0411
0421
0521
0541
0681
0791
0811
0591


5,767
348
499
46
351
558
235
655
529
417
701
87
546
92
167
444
92

1,980
55
650
534
127
199
50


651
50
50
6
47
86
25
128
39
31
107
1
78


625
48
40

66
72
47
56
26
31
79

82
5
36
36
1

77

24
46


454
24
25

29
45
28
41
12
25
38

96
7

78
6

13

1
8


200 (169-31)


54-0
1-0
31-3
15-3
1-2
19-3
12-1
4-4
10-4

4-0
2-1
8-1
5-6
3-3


173
1
64
74
2
14
13


5


59 ( 48-11)


28-3 )
2-0 )
10-0 )
5-0 )
2-2 )


1-0
0-3
0-3


Flagler
Bunnell 0021
Carver High 0071

Franklin
Chapman 0021
Carrabelle 0061
Quinn 0041

*(In Florida Other States)


**Estimated by State Department of Education


(2-0 )
(2-0 )


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




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1965 Graduates
University
Junior College and College
Public Private Public Private


Who Entered
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
Hamilton County
Jennings**
White Springs**
Carver High**
J. R. E. Lee


0021
0051
0061
0101
0231
0081


0031
0021
0051


0021
0041


0021
0061
0081
0091


Hi 0032
0041
0051
0081
0071


492
42
18
27
117
220
68

52
23
25
4

37
26
11

162
39
84


27 (
6 (
2 (
5 (
11 (


25-2
6-0
2-0
5-0
11-0


3 ( 1-2 )

1 ( 1-0 )

1 ( 1-0 )


4-3 )
2-3 )
2-0 )


11-5
0-4
9-1


2 (2-0)

2 ( 0-2 )

2 (0-2 )


131
47
25
11
9
39


County
and
School


School
Number


Graduates
1965


- ---- -- -- --





Hardee 141 33 2 10 10 9 12 ( 12-0 )
Hardee County High 0021 124 30 2 10 9 9 11 ( 11-0 )
Lillian R. Brown 0071 17 3 1 1 ( 1-0 )

Hendry 107 10 8 3 15 10 ( 9-1 )
Clewiston 0061 56 4 3 2 12 5 ( 4-1 )
LaBelle 0021 33 6 1 1 3 5 ( 5-0 )
Harlem Academy 0121 18 4

Hernando 112 19 2 26 4 5 15 ( 11-4 )
Hernando High 0051 92 18 2 22 4 5 14 ( 10-4 )
Moton High 0091 20 1 4 1 ( 1-0 )

Highlands 283 30 34 12 27 21 ( 19-2 )
Avon Park 0111 69 5 9 5 7 6 ( 5-1 )
Lake Placid 0161 37 7 3 5 6 4 ( 4-0 )
Sebring 0021 112 14 17 1 13 11 ( 10-1 )
E. O. Douglas 0091 65 4 5 1 1

Hillsborough 4,810 585 30 1,060 134 350 244 (212-32)
Brandon 0321 330 30 2 82 3 23 19 ( 18-1 )
Brewster Voc. 0361 109 2 1 3
Chamberlain 0761 733 56 3 152 7 27 21 ( 21-0 )
East Bay 1321 124 14 21 2 2 2 ( 2-0 )
Hillsborough High 1881 672 97 6 190 20 21 29 ( 26-3 )
Jefferson 2091 363 72 89 15 8 3 ( 3-0 )
King High 2241 448 45 13 131 5 21 39 ( 39-0 )
Pinecrest 3361 32 4 2 3 ( 3-0 )
H. R. Plant 3411 660 120 2 192 22 124 45 ( 39-6 )
Plant City High 3441 252 22 51 4 24 11 ( 7-4 )
Robinson High 3731 487 62 3 95 23 48 45 ( 30-15)
Turkey Creek High 4521 96 5 6 1 3 3 ( 3-0 )
Blake High 0281 180 16 11 15 23 9 ( 9-0 )
Marshall 2841 59 6 5 2 3 5 ( 4-1)
Middletown 3001 265 38 28 13 23 10 ( 8-2 )

Holmes 175 61 8 3 9 ( 3-6 )
Bethlehem 0041 28 7 3 ( 1-2 )
Holmes Co. High 0012 65 28 3 2 4 ( 2-2 )
Ponce de Leon 0061 48 22 1 2 ( 0-2 )
Poplar Springs 0031 22 3
Bayview** 0091 12 1 4 1


**No 12th Grade After 1964-65 School Year.


*(In Florida Other States)




TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County
and
School
Indian River
Vero Beach
Gifford


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

Jefferson
Jefferson Co. High
Howard Academy


School Graduates
Number 1965


0031
0081


0251
0301
0181
0091
0121
0021
0141
0061
0281
0101


0021
0031


Lafayette
Lafayette Sr. High 0021


Lake
Clermont
Eustis High
Groveland
Leesburg
Mount Dora


0051
0081
0111
0161
0181


336
298
38

513
48
52
30
13
25
153
37
75
34
46

135
57
78

42
42

648
72
90
51
181
59


Junior
Public
111
97
14


Coll
Pr-


Number of 1965 Graduates
University
Lege and College
ivate Public Private
2 27 8
2 26 8
1


Who Entered
Out of
State
College
30
30


Technical,


Trade and
Other
32 (
29 (
3 (


30-2 )*
27-2 )
3-0 )


12-11)
1-2 )
0-5 )
2-1 )

2-1 )
4-1 )

2-1 )
1-0 )


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

2-1 )
2-1 )


211
26
26
15
78
20


42-6
4-1
7-0
7-0
11-2
8-0




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

Lee
Alva
Ft. Myers Sr. High
Dunbar
North Fort Myers

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


Levy
Bronson
Cedar Key
Chiefland
Williston
Williston


6 ( 5-1 )


0211
0231
0351
0391
0401


0091
0221
0161
0311


0021
0341
0351
0201


0021
0041
0051
0091
Vocation 0101


Liberty
Liberty Co. High
Bethune High

Madison
Greenville High
Madison


0021
0051


0041
0021


Greenville Training0091
Madison Training 0032


Manatee
Manatee County Hi
Palmetto High
Lincoln Memorial
Southeast High


0181
0351
0491
0431


779
29
526
76
148

987
675
86
46
180

161
23
14
37
56
31

34
30
4

182
15
82
41
44

876
421
131
119
205


210
7
148
9
46

179
140
7


0-1 )
0-1 )

7-1 )
0-1 )

1-0 )
6-0 )


22-5
19-5
3-0


15-8
2-2
3-5


9-1 )
1-0 )


2-3
0-1
1-2


1 ( 1-0 )


( 40-0 )
( 40-0 )


314
194
38
19
63


*(In Florida Other States)




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1965 Graduates


School Graduates
Number 1965--


Junior College
Putt1i Private


University
and College
Pnblic Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


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

Martin
Martin Co. High
Murray Jr.-Sr.

Monroe
Coral Shores
Key West High
Marathon

Nassau
Callahan
Fernandina Beach
Hilliard
Yulee High**
Peck High
Pine Forest


0171
0281
0331
0351
0101
0121
0211
0051


0031
0081


0041
0101
0131


0121
0031
0151
0111
0061
0131


798
36
68
65
405
32
15
60
117

183
157
26

364
53
275
36

249
28
120
22
27
41
11


319
12
33
21
194
10


2-2
0-1
0-1
1-0
1-0


1 ( 0-1)


6-5 )
6-5 )


14-3 )
4-1 )
8-2 )
2-0 )

15-3 )
4-0 )
7-0 )


(3-3 )
( 1-0 )


County
and
School


- -


Puli Pivte Clla
Public Private other---- ---D---~-





Okaloosa 795 338 1 82 15 112 46 ( 22-24)
Baker High 0041 54 22 1 ( 1-0 )
Choctawhatchee 0081 555 252 1 75 15 90 38 ( 18-20)
Crestview 0091 126 47 6 15 4 ( 0-4 )
Laurel Hill 0201 21 5 1
Carver Hill 0071 24 5 6
W. E. Combs 0111 15 8 1 3 ( 3-0 )

Okeechobee 97 19 5 3 2 6 ( 6-0 )
Okeechobee High 0021 93 19 5 3 2 6 ( 6-0 )
Douglas Brown 0041 4

Orange 3,860 136 655 548 171 451 278 (246-32)
Apopka 0281 155 19 4 9 3 23 13 ( 10-3 )
Boone 0111 565 6 101 56 25 66 48 ( 41-7 )
Colonial 0661 478 8 68 22 26 37 21 ( 17-4 )
Edgewater 0121 640 17 172 150 31 58 23 ( 20-3 )
Maynard Evans 0671 426 16 92 70 19 29 25 ( 20-5 )
Lakeview 0351 119 8 13 14 4 17 4 ( 4-0 )
Oak Ridge Jr-Sr. 0691 306 10 74 36 13 29 67 ( 67-0 )
Ocoee Jr-Sr. 0341 70 6 3 3 3 5 7 ( 7-0 )
Winter Park 0301 481 8 105 109 30 121 25 ( 24-1 )
Charles Drew 5781 34 2 3 1 1
Hungerford 5801 64 10 6 6 5 12 ( 7-5 )
Jones 5711 257 19 18 10 49 5 ( 4-1 )
Phyllis Wheatley 5741 38 2 3 3 4 ( 4-0 )
Vocational Center 0491 227 5 23 49 11 24 ( 21-3 )

Osceola 209 23 7 24 4 24 19 ( 19-0 )
Osceola High 0081 125 20 20 18 15 ( 15-0 )
St. Cloud 0151 65 3 7 4 4 4 4 ( 4-0 )
Kissimmee High 0061 19 2

Palm Beach 2,546 1,052 8 172 97 237 98 ( 70-28)
Belle Glade 1201 110 23 3 11 2 13 9 ( 8-1 )
Forrest Hills 0581 470 231 22 20 44 40 ( 36-4 )
Jupiter High 0081 96 27 10 6 10 1 ( 1-0 )
Lake Worth Sr. High0691 434 218 10 9 26 18 ( 13-5 )
Pahokee 1091 51 18 4 4 3
Riviera Beach 0151 360 155 43 8 42 4 ( 3-1 )
Seacrest High 0862 401 130 39 22 44 5 ( 4-1 )

*(In Florida Other States)
**No 12th grade after 1964-65. Data on Graduates supplied by former principal of high school









TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Junior Coll
Public Pri


Number of 1965 Graduates
University
ege and College
Lvate Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


Palm Beach (Contd.)
Palm Beach High
Carver
East Lake
Lake Shore
Roosevelt

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


0393
0901
1131
1232
0311


0261
0031
0101
0082


Pinellas
Boca Ciega 0431
Clearwater 0711
Dixie Hollins 1031
Dunedin 1081
Largo 2081
Northeast 2641
St. Petersburg 3781
Tarpon Springs 4521
Gibbs 1531
Pinellas High 3341
Seminole 3921
Technical Ed.Center4541


369
56
30
78
91

405
144
142
84
35


4,420
650
550
566
353
415
610
470
142
208
91
310
55


189
15


16 ( 3-13)*


5 ( 2-3 )


29-13)
7-5 )
20-6 )
2-2 )


1,668
311
150
243
120
130
202
231
47
81
22
129
2


304
71
17
70
10
31
46
13
14
6
9
17


(293-11)
( 91-0 )
( 17-0 )
( 68-2 )
( 10-0 )
( 31-0 )
( 43-3 )
( 11-2 )
( 14-0 )
(6-0 )
(8-1 )
( 14-3 )


County
and
School


School
Number


Graduates
1965


-- -- --


School-





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


St. Lucie
Dan McCarty
Lincoln Park


Santa Rosa
Allentown
Chumuckla
Jay
Milton
Munson
Jackson


0811
0901
0741
1261
0311
1181
0031
1311
1131
0481
0711
0371
0261
1381
0971


0231
0121
0041
0171
0251


0071
0181
0171
0191


2,432
147
205
54
47
125
215
543
159
85
451
86
44
117
58
96

367
45
18
211
68
25

314
23
195
73
23


0072
Acad. 0121


0021
0061
0141
0151
0161
0131


358
16
19
71
219
15
18


576
27
54
17
12
23
57
155
35
16
150
7
2
5
7
9


128
12
100
11
5

125
75
50

109
9
4
28
66


9 ( 6-3 )


*(In Florida Other States)


280
6
21
3
7
9
13
82
21
11
75
4
3
10
4
11

20

2
18


210
4
21
1
1
10


160
2
32
1
5
11
20
26
23
3
14
3
3
4
11
2


(137-23)
( 2-0 )
( 31-1 )
(1-0 )
(5-0 )
( 11-0 )
( 20-0 )
( 22-4 )
( 19-4 )
(3-0 )
( 14-0 )
(1-2)
(2-1)
(2-2 )
(3-8 )
( 1-1 )


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


20-8
0-1
20-2
0-5


( 14-4 )
( 14-4 )


3-3
1-0
1-0
1-0




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1965 Graduates
University
Junior College and College
Public Private Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other'


Sarasota
Riverview
Sarasota Sro 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

Taylor
Salem
Taylor County High
Jerkins


0181
0051
0221
0082


0101
0131
0181
0251


0021
0081
0101
0041


0091
0021
0051
0121


0101
0031
0051


1,024
374
415
163
72

674
230
33
294
117

154
54
56
29
15

233
35
142
38
18


291
115
144
26
6

50
16
2
20
12


138
49
58
24
7

70
26
5
33
6

9
4
2


58-14)*
26-9 )
15-4 )
14-1 )
3-0 )


53-8
9-3
3-0
31-4
10-1


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


4-3
2-1
1-2
1-0


11 ( 10-1 )


10-0 )
0-1 )


Union
Union County High 0021
Union Co.Cons, 0031


County
and
School


Number


Graduates
1965-


~--------~ I~


School








Volusia
Mainland
DeLand Sr.High
New Smyrna Beach
Seabreeze
T. D. Taylor
Campbell Sr. High
Chisholm
Southwestern

Wakulla
Crawfordville
Sopchoppy
Shadeville


Walton
"axton
dalton Co. High
Tivoli
Freeport

Washington
Chipley
Vernon
Roulhac


3436
1453
3839
5836
6643
0746
0949
6343


0031
0021
0041



0101
0031
0071
0141


0021
0051
0101


1,523
512
309
166
297
51
120
17
51


444
161
77
47
99
11
35
3
11


1 143
26
25
1 18
45
6
15
2
6


105
13
28
4
39
2
15
2
2


66-18)
36-7 )
6-1 )
5-3 )
15-5 )
0-1 )

4-0 )
0-1 )


2 ( 2-0 )


1-0 )
1-) )


3-4
0-1
2-2
0-1
1-0

5-2
0-2
5-0


*(In Florida Other States)




TABLE 5a


FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING;:


School Graduates
Number 1965


Number of 1965 Gradiutes
University
Junior College and College
Public -Private Public -Private-


Who, Entered
Out of
State-
College


Brevard
Fla. Air Academy 0510
Central Catholic HS 0501


Technical,
Trade and
Other


6 ( 2-4 )


Broward
Cardinal Gibbons Hi
Chaminade High
Fern Hall
Madonna Academy
Palm Cove Beach
Palm Manor
Pinecrest Prep.
St.Thomas Acquinas
Hollywood High
The Mills School


0610
0620
0645


0670
0601

0650


93
69-
12
59
8
18
81
188
4
6


4 ( 4-0)


1 ( 1-0)


1-0 )
2-0 )


1 ( 1-0 )


StlayJohns Country Dayl
St.Johns Country Day1001


Dade
Academy of the
Assumption
Adelphi Preparatory
Archibishop Curley 1
Belen Jesuit Prep. 1
Chris.Columbis High 1
Conlon School
Convent of the Sacred
Heart Carrolton
Drexel
Everglades School
for Girls 1
Greater Miami Acad.
Immaculate Academy 1
LaSalle High 1


305
310
315


21
6
150
34
112
5


1 ( 1-0 )


1-0 )
1-0 )


3 ( 3-0 )


330

345
350


17
20
141-
68


7-3 )
2-0 )


County
and
School





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

Duval
Bartram
Bishop Kenny
Bolles
Jacksonville Chris-
tian School


Escambia
Pensacola Catholic
St. Joseph

Hillsborough
Academy of the
Holy Name
Jesuit High
Our Lady of Perpet-
ual Help
Sacred Heart Academy
Tampa Catholic H.S.

Lake
Christian Home &
Bible School
Fla. Central Academy
Howey Academy
Montverde School
Lee
Bishop Verot Hi,


1355

1365

1370
1375


1385
1390






1610
1615
1620


1 ( 1-0)



13 (12-1)


18
18
74
32
159
19

28
32
30
8

9
3


31
242
70


(6-0)
( 1-0)


( 7-2)


1 ( 1-0)


2 (0-2)


1750




2901
2930

2960
2975




3520
3530
3540
3550


( 4-1)
(3-0)


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


6
2
6



2
6
13
4


2 (2-0)


( 1-3)
(2-1)


26 6 2


7 ( 6-1)




TABLE 5a

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1965, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1965 Graduates
University
Junior College and College
Public Private Public Private


Who Entered
Out of
State
College


Technical,
Trade and
Other


Marion
Golden Hills Acad. 4230
Matthews-Scippio Ac.4250

Martin
Miss Harris Fla.Sch.

Monroe
Mary Immaculate Hi 4450


1 ( 1-0 )


1 ( 0-1)


1 ( 1-0 )


Orange
Bishop Moore
Hampden DuBose *
Ann Lisbeth Seese

Palm Beach
Graham Eckes
Palm Beach Private
Rosarian Academy
Palm Beach Country
Day School
Cardinal Newman
Palm Beach Military
Academy, Inc.

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut
Bishop Barry
Clearwater Central
Catholic
St. Pauls
Notre Dame Academy


4820




5030

5060


5020


160
64


39 41
2
No Report hc ivcu


1


5210
5215


5260
5245


1 ( 1-0 )


1-0
3-0
7-4


* Report received late. Not included in Non-Public School Summaries.


County
and
School


School
Number


Graduates
1965


10-7
1-0


- -- -- -







Polk
Santa Fe H.S.

St. Johns
St. Joseph

St. Lucie
John Carroll High

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney
Prew School of
Tutoring

Seminole
Forest Lake Acad.

Volusia
Father Lopez
Florida Military
Green Valley School


5560





5825




5925


6420
6425
6440


4


2


1


1 4

No Report Received


1


2 ( 2-0 )


2 ( 1-1)


4 ( 4-0 )


4-2 )


7-0 )




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