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RES


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REPORT


N OF RESEARCH


MAY
1967
3,T 759
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REPORT-


FLORIDA N
HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATES...


1966


State Department of
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA


Education


FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, SUPERINTENDENT

































Research Report 53 is a revision of Research
Report 45 prepared by the Division of Research
of the Florida State Department of Education.
Basic data for this report were prepared by Mr.
James C. Impara, Research Consultant. (950)











FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966


Research Report 53 presents a summary showing the number of high

school graduates in the spring of 1966 who entered colleges or other

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

an updating of Research Report 45 dated May, 1966.

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, 1966. Corrections cannot be made for graduates who

entered college after this date.

Comparisons of state-wide data for graduates of 1965 and 1966 are

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

of 1962, 1964, 1965, and 1966, The data for 1962 were not collected in

exactly the same manner as for 1964, 1965, and 1966 and are not strictly

comparable. Ten schools that had a graduating class in the spring of

1966 were not operating as senior high schools during the 1966-67 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 six of these schools were obtained from local

school personnel. For four schools estimates were made by the State

Department of Education using the same proportions of pupils going on to

college as were reported in 1965.

The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in

1966 was 347 as compared to 345 reporting in 1965. However, the number

of graduates in 1966 was 63,780 as compared to 62,079 graduates in 1965,

an increase of 1,701 graduates, or 2.74 percent.

Of the 347 public high schools with graduating classes in 1966,

fifty-one schools, 14,70 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates.

However, only 816 pupils, 1.28 percent of the total state graduates, were

graduated from these small schools, More than four out of five graduates

in 1966, 87.65 percent, came from schools with more than 100 pupils in

the graduating class. This compares with 86.62 percent in 1965. Details

regarding size of school and number of graduates are given in Tables 1 and 2,

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1965 and 1966 shows:
1965 1966
Number Percent Number Percent
High Schools reporting 345 347
Total number of graduates reported 62,079 63,780 -
Entered Public Junior Colleges 15,858 25.54 19,214 30.13
Entered Private Junior Colleges 930 1.50 767 1.20
Entered Public Universities in Florida 7,076 11.40 6,377 10.00
Entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida 2,271 3.66 2,033 3.19
Entered Out-of-State Colleges 5,825 9.38 5,836 9.14
Entered Technical, Trade, or other
types of schools 3,371 5.43 3,684 5.78
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 26,751 43.09 25,869 40.56
Of the 3,684 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,

3,152 entered schools in Florida and 532 entered out-of-state schools. The

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

State Legislature has not as yet made itself felt.

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It can be noted that whereas the total number of graduates in 1966

increased 2.74 percent over 1965, the number of graduates entering:

Public Junior Colleges increased 21.35 percent
Private Junior Colleges decreased 21.25 percent
Public Universities decreased 10.96 percent
Private Colleges and Universities decreased 11.71 percent
Out-of-State Colleges increased 0,19 percent
Technical and trade schools increased 9.29 percent
No schools decreased 3,41 percent

Thus 53.66 percent of the graduates of 1966 entered college during

the 1966-67 school year (compared to 51.48 percent in 1965) and an addi-

tional 5.78 percent entered other types of formal training (compared to

5,43 percent in 1965).

Of the 34,227 graduates of 1966 who entered college in 1966-67:

56,14 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
2.24 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
18.63 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
5.94 percent entered Private Colleges and Universities
17.05 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, 1965, and 1966,

Table 2 gives a breakdown of the number and percent of Florida Public High
School graduates by size of graduating class for 1962, 1964, 1965,
and 1966.

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 1966 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.

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


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Graduating classes in public schools in 1966 are given below. The

number in parenthesis is the number of schools with that number of grad-

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

of graduates.


Size of Graduating Classes. 1966


3
4(4)
8(2)
9
10(3)
12(2)
13(5)
14
15(3)
16
17(6)
18(3)
19(2)
20
21(4)
22(3)
23(5)
24
25(3)
26(3)
27(7)
28(2)
29
30(4)
31(3)
32(2)
33(2)
34(2)
35(3)
36(2)
37(2)
38(2)
39(4)
40(3)
41(2)
42(5)
43(5)
44(3)
45
47(4)
48(3)
49
50


52(2)
54
55
56(3)
57
58
60(3)
61(2)
62(2)
63(2)
64(4)
65
68
69.,
70
71
72(3)
73
75(2)
76
77(4)
78(3)
80(2)
81
82
83(2)
84
86(2)
87
89
91(2)
92
94(2)
97(2)
98(2)
100
102(2)
103
104
105(3)
106
108(2)
111


113
114(3)
115
118(4)
124
127(2)
128
129(2)
130(3)
131
134
135
136
137
138
143
144(2)
145(3)
146
151
152(2)
155(3)
157(2)
158(2)
165
169
172
178
180
181
186
188
190
191
197
198(2)
199
200
204
206
213
214
219


223
231
239
242
245
254
257
270
272
275
283(3)
284
291
293
295
303
307
309
320
325
328(2)
335
337
339(3)
351
352(2)
360
362
374
390
400
404
408
416
418
419
436
439
445
450
451(2)
454
457


473
474
480
481
483
499
500
507
518
519
521
530
536
545
550
552
556(2)
563
569
576
580(2)
590
597
601
608
633
634
645
647
662
672
674
675
688
707
733
763
815
858
875
994
998
1095











NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


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

mation was received from 81 schools having a total of 3,906 graduates in

1966. Only 2 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 81 schools reporting,

34 (41.98 percent) had 25 or fewer graduates; however, only 11.91 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 34 41.98% 465 11.91%
26-50 20 24.69 720 18.43
51775 12 14.81 777 19.89
76-100 3 3.71 236 6.04
Over 100 12 14.81 1,708 43.73

Graduating classes in non-public schools in 1966 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,

1(2) 17 34 58 104
2(2) 18(4) 35 60 105
3 19 36(2) 61 112
5 21(3) 41 67 133
6(2) 23(4) 45 68(2) 135'
8 24 46 69 140
9(2) 25 47(2) 70 144
10(3) 26(2) 48 73 148
12 27 49 74 152
13 28 53 78(2) 187
15(2) 29 56 80 236
16 30(4)
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A comparison of the number of graduates of 1965 and 1966 shows:


1965 1966
Number Percent Number Percent

High Schools reporting 77 81 -
Total number of graduates 3,749 3,906 -
Entered Public Junior Colleges 1,073 28.62 1,098 28.11
Entered Private Junior Colleges 117 3.12 126 3.22
Entered Public Universities in Florida 447 11.92 423 10.83
Entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida 308 8,21 321 8,22
Entered Out-of-State Colleges 1,032 27.54 1,094 28.01
Entered Technical, Trade or other
types of schools 159 4.24 176 4.51
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 613 16.35 668 17.10

More than three-fourths (78.39 percent) of the non-public school gradu-

ates entered college and an additional 4.51 percent continued other types of

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

out-of-state colleges (28.01 percent) was three times as great as the propor-

tion of public school graduates (9.09 percent) going to college outside

Florida. The proportion of non-public school graduates entering technical,

trade, or other types of schools (4.51 percent) is slightly less than the

public school graduates (5.75 percent).

Of the 3,906 non-public school graduates reported for 1966, 3,062 or

78.39 percent, entered college during 1966-67. Of these 3,062 graduates

who entered college:

35.86 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
4.12 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
13.81 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
10.48 percent entered Private Colleges in Florida
35.73 percent entered Out-of-State Universities




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
67
41
27
48
20
19
17
14
338


25.15%
19.82
12.13
7.99
14.20
5.92
5.62
5.03
4.14
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
7.25
4.35
5.22
11.30
100.00%


1966
Number of Percent
Schools of Total
Schools


14.70%
19.31
9.51
8.36
19.31
6.34
5.76
5.76
10.95
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


1962
Number of Percent
Graduates of Total
Graduates


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


1964
Number of Percent
Graduates of Total
Graduates


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


1965
Number of Percent
Graduates of Total
Graduates


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


1.56%
3.77
4.38
3.67
11.89
10.19
8.32
12.87
43.35


1966
Number of Percent
Graduates of Total
Graduates


816
2,481
2,086
2,491
9,520
5,576
6,850
9,038
24,922


1.28%
3.89
3.27
3.91
14.93
8.74
10.74
14.17
39.07


TOTAL 43,717 100.00%


-54,304 100.00% 62,095


100.00% 63,780 100.00%







TABLE 3


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION ENTERED


Number of Out of Techni.al,T-rade and Other
Counties Graduates Junior College Senior College or Univ. State Schools
Spring 1966 Public Private Public Private Colleges In Florida Out-of-State
Alachua 1,034 291 1 149 28 69 21 5
Baker 101 32 2 3 2 1
Bay 836 372 4 49 13 64 20 16
Bradford 204 48 5 5 1 7 1
Brevard 2,603 885 7 232 93 236 73 11
Broward 4,538 1,523 17 404 148 492 206 42
Calhoun 130 61 5 5 3 2
Charlotte 152 32 6 24 5 4 18 2
Citrus 152 43 7 6 7 11 4
Clay 266 97 11 17 21 11 1
Collier 256 44 11 36 12 12 7 4
Columbia 292 109 14 5 27 16 1
Dade 11,089 4,115 12 1,150 300 1,177 572 66
De Soto 135 10 8 13 6 5 3
Dixie 88 18 6
Duval 5,930 1,407 27 603 365 697 144 28
Escambia 2,185 778 7 75 18 180 103 9
Flagler 59 25 1 2 10 1
Franklin 63 9 12 2 5 3
Gadsden 465 66 53 4 49 12 23
Gilchrist 43 13 1 4 1 4 1
Glades 45 3 3 1 6
Gulf 138 42 6 1 14 8 5
Hamilton 108 22 3 1 15 5 2
Hardee 157 55 28 2 20
Hendry 124 21 7 4 17 5 2
Hernando 139 15 25 12 7 2
Highlands 311 83 3 32 6 36 14 2
Hillsborough 4,905 625 21 925 151 360 374 36
Holmes 180 63 2 7 4 4








Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter


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315
460
141
34
626
825
1,053
160
33
211
822
850
175
432
279
826
118
3,625
246
2,834
383
4,323
2,454
473
291
476
328
978
656
187


88
168
20
14
194
296
257
47
8
72
334
356
51
115
44
326
11
341
18
1,112
47
1,743
668
144
97
150
125
335
199
41


29
23
11
2
76
74
261
20
1
3
45
58
15
23
28
70
4
465
27
177
33
350
222
23
5
49
19
126
63
10


20
12
9
1
47
18
31
5


Suwannee 218 76 3 5 3 12 14 2
Taylor 170 45 1 19 2 3 9 4
Union 56 33 1 1 2
Volusia 1,526 539 7 128 79 129 66 16
Wakulla 64 9 6 1 2
Walton 227 94 12 1 12 3 3
Washington 177 34 13 1 5 3
TOTAL 63,780 19,214 767 6,377 2,033 5,836 3,152 532


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TABLE 4


PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY ENTERING COLLEGE


IPercent of 1966 Graduates who:
Counties Number of Entered Technical I Did Not Immediately
Graduates Entered College Trade & Others Continue Education


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
niT6i4


Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
nlmes


1,034
101
836
204
2,603
4,538
130
152
152
266
256
292
11,089
135
88
5,930
2,185
59
63
465
43
45
138
108
157
124
139
311
4,905
180


52.03%
38.61
60.05
28.92
55.82
56.94
54.62
46.71
41.45
54.89
44.92
53.08
61.07
27.41
27.27
47.20
48.42
47.46
36.51
36.99
44.19
15.56
45.65
37.96
54.14
39.52
37.41
51.45
42.45
40.00


2.51Z
.99
4.31
3.92
3.23
5.46
3.85
13.16
9.87
4.51
4.30
5.82
5.77
5.93


2.90
5.13
18.64
12.70
7.53
11.63
15.00
9.62
4.63
12.73
5.65
6.47
5.14
8.36
4.44


45.46%
60.40
35,64
67.16
40.95
37.60
41.53
40.13
48.68
40.60
50.78
41.10
33.16
66.66
72.73
49.90
46.45
33.90
50.79
55.48
44.18
69.44
44.73
57.41
33.13
54.83
56.12
43.41
49.19
55.56


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Indian River 315 59.05 8.57 32.38
Jackson 460 46.30 4,13 49.57
Jefferson 141 29.79 14.18 56.03
Lafayette 34 50.00 2.94 47.06
Lake 626 54.63 7.99 37.38
Lee 825 55.88 2.55 41.57
Leon 1,053 58.31 3.89 37.80
Levy 160 45.63 4.38 49.99
Liberty 33 30.30 3.03 66.67
Madison 211 45.50 9.48 45.02
Manatee 822 53.77 4.99 41.24
Marion 850 56.57 3,29 40.14
Martin 175 51.43 1.71 46.86
Monroe 432 41,13 4.63 54.24
Nassau 279 33.33 6.45 60.22
Okaloosa 826 60.41 5,93 33366
Okeechobee 118 16.10 3.39 80.51
Orange 3,625 51.53 6.68 41.79
Osceola 246 34-15 10.16 55.69
Palm Beach 2,834 _58.82 5.40 35.78
Pasco 383 36.55 7.83 55.62
Pinellas 4,323 58.85 7.89 33.26
Polk 2,454 49.10 8.48 42,42
Putnam 473 43134 5.92 50 74
St. Johns 291 54.98 6.53 38.49
St. Lucie 476 51,05 2.52 46,43
Santa Rosa 328 49.70 7.93 42.37
Sarasota 978 62.37 5.73 31.90
Seminole 656 58.69 6.71 34.60
Sumter 187 29.95 3.74 66.31
Suwannee 218 45.41 7.34 47.25
Taylor 170 41.18 7.65 51.17
Union 56 62.50 3.57 33.93
Volusia 1,526 57.80 5.37 36.83
Wakulla 64 25.00 3.13 71.87
Walton 227 52.42 2.64 44.94
Washington 177 29.94 1.69 68.37
TOTAL 63,780 53.66%- 5.78% 40.56%







TABLE 5


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Alachua 1.034 291 1 149 28 69 21 5


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.
Merritt Island High


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556
28
48
86
94
70
152

101
83
18

836
439
114
283

204
169
35

2,603
416
457
390
29
83
64
325
362
223
254


125
7
13
15
22
19
90


ll 16 40
1 1
3 1 2
26 4 16
4 9
1 6
3 1 1


3 2
5
3
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372
210
60
102


885
212
111
146
7
18
10
113
126
75
67


232
30
33
35

1
1
24
68
25
15


236
10
62
20
2
5
3
22
57
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Broward 4,538 1,523 17 404 148 492 206 42
Ft. Lauderdale 0951 662 252 7 67 7 100 26 6
McArthur 0241 576 207 3 29 9 16 37 6
Pompano Beach 0181 580 187 6 68 32 71 18 4
South Broward 0171 707 335 78 23 85 65 5
Stranahan 0211 858 315 1 79 24 88 30 6
Attucks 0342 151 29 15 20 22 12 4
Blanche Ely 0361 157 21 8 16 33 10
Dillard 0371 204 28 15 3 13 2 6
Northeast 1241 360 110 30 10 35 3 5
Nova 1281 283 39 15 4 29 3

Calhoun 130 61 5 5 3 2
Altha 0101 26 14 1
Blountstown 0021 91 42 4 4 3 2
Mayhaw 0051 13 5 1

i Charlotte 152 32 6 24 5 4 18 2
t Charlotte 0031 152 32 6 24 5 4 18 2

Citrus 152 43 7 6 7 11 4
Crystal River 0081 60 12 2 3 2
Citrus High 0031 69 25 7 3 6 4
B, T. Washington 0041 23 6 1 1 4 2

Clay 266 97 11 17 21 11 1
Clay County High 0041 78 35 3 3 6 6 1
Orange Park 0251 143 52 6 9 14 3
Dunbar 0081 30 3 5
Keystone Heights 0301 15 7 2 1 2

Collier 256 44 11 36 12 12 7 4
Everglades 0051 15 2 1 1
Immokalee 0081 38 7 3 1 3
Naples 0151 191 32 11 31 12 11 1 4
Bethune 0111 8 1 1 2
Carver** 0071 4 2


**No 12th grade after 1965-66






TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Columbia 292 109 14 5 27 16 1
Fort White 0121 17 10
Columbia High 0061 199 88 8 24 13 1
Richardson 0151 76 11 6 5 3 3

Dade 11,089 4,115 12 1,150 300 1,177 572 66
Coral Gables 7071 1,095 329 2 182 16 265 33
Hialeah 7111 998 412 42 28 48 84 16
Miami Beach Sr. 7201 590 224 116 33 133 12
Miami Central 7251 418 103 7 12 24 19
Miami Edison 7301 552 249 71 9 58 52
Miami Jackson 7341 339 133 16 12 6 9
Miami Norland 7381 733 354 5 105 21 56 15 3
Miami Palmetto 7431 815 234 1 133 11 162 50
Miami Sr. High 7461 875 385 83 35 55 34 1
North Miami 7591 994 403 1 93 40 74 38
South Dade High 7701 335 63 2 34 3 40 21
Southwest Miami 7741 674 280 107 4 67 55
G. W. Carver* 7041 108 16 8 3 11 3
Mays Jr.-Sr.High 7161 198 32 5 1 32 15
Miami Northwestern 7411 450 138 32 3 29 59 40
B. T. Washington 7781 197 40 4 1 9 2
N. Dade Jr-Sr.** 7561 127 47 7 8 10 16
Miami Carol City 7231 633 242 12 14 13 12
Miami Coral Park 7271 675 338 1 68 35 54 35
Miami Springs Sr.Hi. 7511 283 93 25 11 31 10 4

De Soto 135 10 8 13 6 5 3
De Soto High 0021 105 10 8 12 4 5 3
Smith Brown 0101 30 1 2

Dixie 88 18 6
Dixie County High 0021 78 18 6
Oliver High** 0051 10




Duval
Andrew Jackson
Baldwin High
Duncan Fletcher
Englewood High
Nathan B. Forrest
Paxon Sr. High
Ribault
Robert E. Lee
Technical High
Terry Parker
Douglas Anderson
Matthew Gilbert
New Stanton High
Stanton Vocational
William Raines
Wolfson Jr. High

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

Flagler
Bunnell
Carver High

Franklin
Chapman
Carrabelle
Quinn


0351
0381
2231
0901
2411
0751
0961
0331
0671
0861
1071
1461
1531
1011
1651
2241


0171
0281
0411
0421
0521
0541
0681
0791
0811
0591
0851


0021
0071


0021
0061
0041


5,930
545
42
339
550
645
518
451
647
49
530
118
200
451
108
257
480

2,185
39
597
688
106
178
44
23
41
270
54
145


603 365
100 15


1,407
250
7
85
133
172
97
74
151

168
36
40
60
3
10
121


79 72
7
15 10
29 91
2 3
32 35
78 19

75 18


*Estimated by State Department of Education.
**No 12th grade after 1965-66 school year.


697
25

60
62
55
25
48
173

22
2
25
45
1
28
126

180
1
52
67
2
17
6


144
11
4
14
8
17


103
1
23
23
3
4
3






TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Gadsden 465 66 53 4 49 12 23
Chattahoochee 0021 38 20 1 4 2
Greensboro 0051 25 4 1 2
Havana 0061 37 3 4 10 1
Quincy High 0101 104 23 1 16 22 8 1
Carter-Parramore 0231 198 12 21 4 11 22
Northside High 0081 63 4 7 4 1

Gilchrist 43 13 1 4 1 4 1
Bell 0031 17 4 2 1
Trenton High 0021 22 7 1 2 1 3 1
S John Morse High 0051 4 2

SGlades 45 3 3 1 6
Moore Haven 0021 27 3 1 1 5
B. T. Washington** 0041 18 2 1

Gulf 138 42 6 1 14 8 5
Wewahitchka 0021 40 18 1 3 2 1
Port St. Joe 0061 81 22 6 11 6 4
George Washington 0091 17 2

Hamilton 108 22 3 1 2 5 2
Hamilton County Hi. 0032 56 21 2 2 2
J.R.E. Lee 0071 52 1 3 1 3

Hardee 157 55 28 2 20
Hardee County High 0021 144 53 28 2 19
Lillian R. Brown** 0071 13 2 1

Hendry 124 21 7 4 17 5 2
Clewiston 0061 71 9 6 3 14 4 2
LaBelle 0021 26 7 1 2 1
Harlem Academy 0121 27 5 1 1




Hernando 139 15 25 12 7 2
Hernando High 0051 114 14 25 12 7 1
Moton High 0091 25 1 1

Highlands 311 83 3 32 6 36 14 2
Avon Park 0111 97 40 18 10 5
Lake Placid 0161 43 14 1 3 2 6 3 1
Sebring 0021 129 24 2 8 4 18 6 1
E. O Douglas 0091 42 5 3 2

Hillsborough 4,905 625 21 925 151 360 374 36
Brandon 0321 328 43 1 51 10 19 9
Brewster Voc. 0361 145 3 1 2
Chamberlain 0761 763 72 3 142 19 32 58 6
East Bay 1321 135 19 14 6 1
Hillsborough High 1881 672 97 5 151 32 29 110
Jefferson 2091 337 93 2 92 17 8 47 6
King High 2241 507 53 4 111 10 36 34 1
Pinecrest 3361 37 4 2 1 3
H. R. Plant 3411 608 102 3 168 31 141 37 6
Plant City High 3441 245 29 36 1 12 13 3
Robinson High 3731 483 52 2 77 8 50 26 4
Turkey Creek High 4521 98 3 8 2 1 3
Blake High 0281 214 20 45 10 8 10 8
Marshall 2841 61 3 5 1 2 9
Middletown 3001 272 32 21 10 15 14 2

Holmes 180 63 2 7 4 4
Bethlehem 0041 40 13 1 2
Holmes Co. High 0012 77 31 2 5 3
Ponce de Leon 0061 42 14 1 1
Poplar Springs 0031 21 5 2

Indian River 315 88 15 29 8 46 20 7
Vero Beach 0031 284 84 15 26 8 45 15 7
Gifford 0081 31 4 3 1 5


**No 12th grade after 1965-66






TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and uer 66 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Jackson
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
Tavares
Umatilla
Carver Heights
Bates Ave. School
Lincoln Park

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


0251
0301
0181
0091
0121
0021
0141
0061
0281
0101


0021
0031


0021


0051
0081
0111
0161
0181
0211
0231
0351
0391
0401


0091
0221
0161
0311


460
48
43
31
15
31
115
32
75
34
36

141
64
77

34
34

626
56
97
47
144
65
58
42
62
39
16

825
27
519
89
190


168
22
26


23 4 18
2 1
2 1


12 7
5 3
2


194
15
30
8
62
18
24
23
8
5
1

296
9
217
7
63




Leon 1,053 257 261 10 86 31 10
Leon High 0021 556 177 136 3 54 11 1
Florida High 0341 92 18 25 4 19 2 5
Florida A & M High 0351 47 12 17 5 3 1
Lincoln High 0201 186 20 68 3 6 3 3
Rickards 0051 172 30 15 2 12

Levy 160 47 20 6 5 2
Bronson 0021 21 5 4
Cedar Key 0041 9 1 2
Chiefland 0051 41 19 3 3 1
Williston 0091 33 11 9 2 2
Williston Voc. 0101 56 11 4 1 2

Liberty 33 8 1 1
Liberty Co. High 0021 30 7 1 1
Bethune High 0051 3 1 1

Madison 211 72 1 3 12 8 11 9
S Greenville High 0041 24 7 1 1
S Madison 0022 103 60 1 1 5 3 9
Greenville Training 0091 22 1 1 1 1
Madison Training 0032 62 4 1 10 2 7

Manatee 822 334 2 45 29 32 35 6
Manatee County High 0181 400 205 32 17 21 21 5
Palmetto High 0351 130 51 2 6 5 2 8
Lincoln Memorial 0491 111 20 7 3 3 3 1
Southeast High 0431 181 58 4 6 3

Marion 850 356 13 58 20 34 23 5
Dunnellon 0171 45 13 1 2 2 1
Lake Weir 0281 75 15 2 7 4 3 3 2
North Marion 0331 64 22 2 2 4 1
Ocala High 0351 419 225 11 40 6 24 11
Belleview-Santos 0101 39 15 1
B. T. Washington 0121 13 1
Fessenden High 0211 77 10 2 4 1
Howard High 0051 118 55 6 6 2 2 1
Martin 175 51 7 15 8 9 2 1
Martin Co. High 0031 155 50 3 15 4 8 2 1
Murray Jr.-Sr. 0081 20 1 4 4 1








TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
-Numer of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Monroe 432 115 1 23 15 28 16 4


Coral Shores
Key West High
Marathon

Nassau
Callahan
Fernandina Beach
Hilliard
Peck High
Pine Forest

Okaloosa
Baker High
Choctawhatchee
Crestview
Laurel Hill
Carver Hill**
W. E. Combs**
Niceville High

Okeechobee
Okeechobee High

Orange
Apopka
Boone
Colonial
Edgewater
Maynard Evans
Lakeview


0041
0101
0131


0121
0031
0151
0061
0131


0041
0581
0091
0201
0071
0111
0211


0021


0281
0111
0661
0121
0671
0351


44
328
60


279
36
130
21
64
28

826
72
404
114
21.
17
10
188

118
118

3,625
157'
569
445
563
436
129


3
95
17


8 3 4
14 3 19
1 9 5


2 2
9 1
5 1


326
23
178
50
12
6
5
52


341
24
26
55
14
76
12


497
9
120
48
49
84
11


415
14
65
61
8
49
29





Orange (Contd.)
Oak Ridge Jr-Sr. 0691 351 30 93 44 7 26 34 9
Ocoee Jr-Sr. 0341 72 11 3 1 2 2 10
Winter Park 0301 481 51 80 92 28 114 12 5
Charles Drew 5781 43 1 15 1 1
Hungerford 5801 82 6 5 4 9 9 3
Jones 5711 242 34 8 25 34 5 2
Phyllis Wheatley 5741 55 1 1 1 3 3

Osceola 246 18 21 27 3 15 25
Osceola High 0081 146 9 11 19 3 8 12
St. Cloud 0151 78 9 10 8 4 13
Kissimmee High** 0061 22 3

Palm Beach 2,834 1,112 12 177 96 266 129 24
Belle Glade 1201 105 28 6 15 7 3
Forrest Hills 0581 500 240 56 42 67 17
Jupiter High 0081 105 32 1 8 2 10 6
S Lake Worth Sr.High 0691 454 218 10 9 26 18
Pahokee 1092 60 27 4 9 5 1
Riviera Beach 0151 303 139 2 29 11 23 3
Seacrest High 0862 293 83 2 16 7 23 13 3
J. F. Kennedy 0201 118 9 5 3 16 3
Boca Raton High 0961 138 61 5 17 1 13 7 2
Palm Beach High 0393 408 221 15 7 21 35 6
Carver 0901 102 12 2 5 4 25 4 3
East Lake 1131 27 7 6
Lake Shore 1232 87 15 2 5 7
Roosevelt 0311 134 20 4 5 11 8 3

Pasco 383 47 6 33 25 29 27 3
Gulf High 0261 113 25 8 3 1 9 1
Pasco Sr. High 0031 158 16 5 12 19 18 12 2
Zephyrhills High 0101 86 5 1 12 7 5
Moore-Mickens 0082 26 1 1 3 3 1

Pinellas 4,323 1,743 17 350 98 336 328 13
Boca Ciega 0431 580 278 39 18 58 61
Clearwater 0711 536 229 63 5 40 13


**No 12th grade after 1965-66.







TABLE 5 (Contdo)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public..Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Pinellas (Contd)
Dixie Hollins
Dunedin
Largo
Northeast
St. Petersburg
Tarpon Springs
Gibbs
Pinellas High
Seminole
Technical Ed.Center


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


1031
1081
2081
2641
3781
4521
1531
3341
3921
4541


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


0231
0121
0041


601
320
352
634
474
155
239
91
291
50


2,454
145
219
77
48
130
231
521
158
100
473
73
44
98
57
80


473
47
19
295


215
180
96
253
226
70
64
11
119
2

668
44
64
27
14
48
66
150
38
15
144
9
5
17
10
17

144
24
5
103


222
10
19
7
1
12
16
70
17
4
55
5

2
2
2


257
4
33
5
5
10
4
88
22
2
55
4
3
9
1
12


186
1
20
2
6
15
35
37
19
9
33
2
3
1
3


23 18
2
1 2
22 5





Putnam: (Contd.)
Central Academy 0171 94 11 7 4 1 5
Middleton 0251 18 1 2 1

St. Johns 291 97 3 5 45 10 15 4
Hastings 0071 25 6 3 2
St. Augustine 0181 155 88 3 5 6 4 5 2
Richard Murray 0171 84 1 32 3 7 2
Walter Harris 0191 27 2 7 1

St. Lucie 476 150 49 11 33 5 7
Dan McCarty 0072 339 125 37 5 20 3 3
Lincoln Park Acad. 0121 137 25 12 6 13 2 4

Santa Rosa 328 125 19 19 22 4
Allentown 0021 10 6 1
Chumuckla 0061 13 7 2 2
Jay 0141 68 15 6 6 6
Milton 0151 206 91 10 9 12 4
Munson 0161 8 3 1
Jackson 0131 23 3 3 2

Sarasota 978 335 126 22 127 50 6
Riverview 0181 374 146 31 3 62 25 3
Sarasota Sr. High 0051 352 134 62 8 44 12 3
Venice 0221 180 50 27 4 16 11
Booker High 0082 72 5 6 7 5 2

Seminole 656 199 30 63 18 75 33 11
Lyman 0101 213 78 22 24 4 18 7 1
Oviedo 0131 40 6 4 5 5 6 5 2
Seminole High 0181 275 100 4 30 8 40 10 3
Crooms 0251 128 15 4 1 11 11 5

Sumter 187 41 10 2 3 6 1
South Sumter High 0021 180 22 5 2 2
Wildwood 0081 61 13 4 1 3
J.R.E. Lee 0101 27 2 2 1
Mills High 0041 19 4 1 1






TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Suwannee 218 76 3 5 3 12 14 2
Branford 0091 35 8 2 4 2 1
Suwannee Sr. High 0022 124 52 3 7 4 1
Douglas 0051 42 12 1 5
O'Brien 0121 17 4 3 3 3


Taylor
Salem**
Taylor County High
Jerkins

Union
Union County High
Union Co. Cons.

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

Wakulla
Crawfordville
Sopchoppy
Shadeville

Walton
Paxton
Walton Co. High


0101
0031
0051


0021
0031


3436
1453
3839
5836
6633
0746
0949
6343


0031
0021
0041


0101
0031


170
4
127
39


1,526
499
309
165
307
35
136
12
63

64
23
27
14

227
23
131


19 2

15 2
4


128 79
28 18
26 18
11 6
46 14
2
12 20


539
185
110
58
122
10
35


5 1


129
24
23
14
55
1
10

2





Walton (Contd.)
Tivoli
Freeport


Washington
Chipley
Vernon
Roulhac


3 1
1

13 1


0071
0141


0021
0051
0101


**No 12th grade after 1965-66


177
102
43
32








TABLE 5a


FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Brevard
Fla. Air Academy
Central Catholic HS

Broward
Cardinal Gibbons Hi
Chaminade High
Fern Hall
Madonna Academy
Palm Cove Beach
Palm Manor
Pinecrest Prep.
St.Thomas Acquinas
Mills Center
Nowlin Oceanview


0530
0501


144
53
8
48
10
18
68
152


0610
0620
0645


0670
0601
0650
0655


ClaySt.Johns Country Day 001
St.Johns Country Day 1001


Dade
Academy of the
Assumption
Adelphi Preparatory
Archbishop Curley
Belen Jesuit Prep.
Chris.Columbus High
Conlon School
Convent of the Sacred
Heart Carrollton
Drexel
Everglades School
for Girls
Greater Miami Acad.


1305
1310
1315


4 4


1 5


17
15
105
28
112
3


1330


22 11
3
15 14


2 1





Dade (Contd.)
Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy 1335
Immaculate Academy 1345
LaSalle High 1350
The Lear School 1355
Miami Christian
Miami Military 1365
Monsignor E.Pace Hi
Notre Dame Academy 1370
Ransom 1375
St. John Vianney
Minor Seminary
St.Patrick School 1385
Southwest Country Dayl390
Whitefield
Mesivta Sr.High of
Greater Miami
The Oxford School
Westminister Chris-
tian School 1396


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 Acad.
Tampa Catholic H.S.
Berkeley Prep.School


1
135
68
24
30
74
140
112
18

15
30
19
5


No Report Received


27
236
67


1610
1615
1620


1750


2901
2930

2960
2975


8 4
1
1

1 3







TABLE 5a (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1966, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1966 Graduates-Who Entered
County School Graduates University Out of Technical, Trade
and Number 1966 Junior College and.College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Lake
Christian Home &
Bible School
Fla.Central Acad.
Howey Academy
Montverde School

Lee
Bishop Verot Hi


3520
3530
3540
3550


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

Martin
Miss Harris Fla.Sch.


Monroe
Mary Immaculate Hi.

Orange
Bishop Moore
Hampden DuBose

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


3



No Report Received


3 1


27 7


4450


4820


5030

5060


5020


18
148


15 15





Pinellas
Admiral Farragut 5210 58 4 1 4 5 43
Bishop Barry 5215 73 41 10 6 8 1 6
Clearwater Central
Catholic 45 14 12 2 7
St. Paul's 5260 36 15 4 4 5 5
Notre Dame Academy 5245 78 26 4 6 12 7 1

Polk
Santa Fe H.S. 46 13 13 6 8

St. Johns
St. Joseph 5560 47 15 6 2 3 3

St. Lucie
John Carroll High 47 22 1 2 2 5

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney 5825 41 15 3 5 6 2
S Prew School of
Tutoring 9 1 1 3

Seminole
Forest Lake Acad. 5925 104 9 2 4 48 7 1

Volusia
Father Lopez 6420 70 40 11 4 4 3
Florida Military 6425 49 16 3 1 4 19
Green Valley School 6440 23 1 12 2




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