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Research


Report


REPORT 63 Im.-


Florida High School
Graduates 0---


1967


May
1967


STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
PLOYD T. CHRISTIAN STATE SUPERINTENDENT


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Research Report 63 is a revision of Research
Report 53 prepared by the Division of Research
of the Florida State Department of Education (1,100)










FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967


Research Report 63 presents a summary showing the number of high

school graduates in the spring of 1967 who entered colleges or other

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

an updating of Research Report 53 dated May, 1967.

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 by a special survey of these 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, 1967.

Corrections cannot be made for graduates who entered college after this

date.

Comparisons of state-wide data for graduates of 1966 and 1967 are

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

of 1964, 1965, 1966, and 1967. The data for 1964, 1965, 1966, and 1967

are comparable. Twenty schools that had a graduating class in the spring

of 1967 were not operating as senior high schools during the 1967-68

school year. These schools either have been reorganized as junior high

schools, consolidated, 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 nineteen of these

schools were obtained from local school personnel. For one school

estimates were made by the State Department of Education.









The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in

1967 was 341 as compared to 347 reporting in 1966. However, the number

of graduates in 1967 was 64,190 as compared to 63,780 graduates in 1966,

an increase of 410 graduates, or .64 percent.

Of the 341 public high schools with graduating classes in 1967,

thirty-eight schools, 11.14 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates.

However, only 602 pupils, .94 percent of the total state graduates, were

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

in 1967, 87.61 percent, came from schools with more than 100 pupils in

the graduating class. This compares with 87.65 percent in 1966. Details

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

and 2.

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1966 and 1967 shows:

1966 1967
Number Percent Number Percent

High Schools reporting 347 341
Total number of graduates reported 63,780 64,190 -
Entered Public Junior Colleges 19,214 30.13 20,221 31.50
Entered Private Junior Colleges 767 1.20 545 .85
Entered Public Universities in Florida 6,377 10.00 6,091 9.49
Entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida 2,033 3.19 2,054 3.20
Entered Out-of-State Colleges 5,836 9.14 5,731 8.93
Entered Technical, Trade, or other
types of schools 3,684 5.78 3,623 5.64
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 25,869 40.56 25,925 40.39

Of the 3,623 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of

schools, 3,106 entered schools in Florida and 517 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.








It can be noted that whereas the total number of graduates in 1967

increased .64 percent over 1966, the number of graduates entering:

Public Junior Colleges increased 5.24 percent
Private Junior Colleges decreased 40.73 percent
Public Universities decreased 4.70 percent
Private Colleges and Universities increased 1.03 percent
Out-of-State Colleges decreased 1.83 percent
Technical and trade schools decreased 1.68 percent
No schools increased .22 percent

Thus 53.97 percent of the graduates of 1967 entered college during

the 1967-68 school year (compared to 53.66 percent in 1966) and an addi-

tional 5.64 percent entered other types of formal training (compared to

5.78 percent in 1966).

Of the 34,642 graduates of 1967 who entered college in 1967-68:

58.37 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
1.57 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
17.59 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
5.93 percent entered Private Colleges and Universities
16.54 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 1964, 1965, 1966,

and 1967.

Table 2 gives a breakdown of the number and percent of Florida Public
High School graduates by size of graduating class for 1964,
1965, 1966, and 1967.

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 1967
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 1967 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, 1967

1 53(2) 116 251 478
3 54(3) 117 252 480
4 55(2) 118 253 483
9(2) 56(2) 120(3) 267 488
10(2) 57(2) 123 271 491
11 58 124 273 501
12(2) 59(2) 125(2) 283 503
13(2) 60(2) 127 284 504
14(3) 61 128(3) 290 505
15(3) 62 130(2) 294 510
16(3) 63(3) 137 297 512
17 64(3) 139(2) 300(2) 530
18(3) 66 140 302 531
19(2) 68 141 307 537
20 69 148(2) 309(2) 540
21(2) 70 149(2) 326 542
22(2) 71 150 332 544
23 72 152 342 548
24(3) 73 154 344 549
25(2) 74(2) 155 346(2) 556
26(2) 75 156 349 565
27(3) 76(2) 158 353 574
28 77(3) 159 356 575
29(5) 78 161 360 576
30(6) 79(4) 162 366 580
31 80 163(3) 373 584
32(5) 81 164 374 605
33 82 167(2) 391 608
34(2) 83(3) 168 399 611
35 84 176 400 615
36(2) 85 178 404(2) 629
37(4) 86 182 405 634
38(4) 87(2) 183(2) 406 640
39(4) 89 186 408 645
40(2) 90 188 417 650
41(2) 91 192 420 667
42(3) 93 197 423 683
43(2) 94 203 430 700
44(5) 96 204(2) 439 734
45(4) 101 205 441 775
46(2) 108(2) 221 443 780
47 109(3) 222 445 791
48 110 226 456 920
49(3) 112 235 458 927
51(5) 113 241 462 1095
52(3) 114(2) 248 468





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


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


51
67
33
29
67
22
20
20
38

347


14.70%
19.31
9.51
8.36
19.31
6.34
5.76
5.76
10.95

100.00%


1967
Number of Percent
Schools of Total
Schools


11.14%
19.35
12.90
7.92
17.89
6.75
5.87
6.45
11.73

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


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


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


of Total
Graduates
1.56%
3.77
4038
3.67
11.89
10.19
8.32
12.87
43.35


1966
Number of Percent


Graduates


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


of Total
Graduates
1.28%
3,89
3.27
3.91
14.93
8,74
10.74
14.17
39.07


1967
Number of Percent
Graduates of Total
Graduates


602
2,449
2,651
2,253
8,703
5,824
6,984
9,749
24,975


.94%
3.81
4,13
3.51
13.56
9.07
10,88
15.19
38,91


100.00% 64,190 100000%


100,00% 63,780


TOTAL 54,304 100.00%


62,095









TABLE 3


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION ENTERED


Counties


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


Number of
Graduates
Spring 1967
1,019
95
888
207
2,846
4,705
91
156
136
298
259
349
10,893
121
51
5,759
2,327
45
64
463
50
40
137
110
149
119
164
293
4,877
167


Junior
Public
284
28
378
18
1,122
1,612
33
36
29
96
65
91
4,407
25
15
1,152
962
13
13
92
11
12
40
20
39
18
31
92
716
67


College
Private
5
1
6

4
3
1
3
3
1


16


18
1


1


4
1
5
3
125


Senior College or Univ.
Public Private
175 28
3 1
45 18
3 1
210 91
501 162
4 3
26 4
9 1
15 11
12 11
20 6
979 337
7 3

545 312
85 12
3 3
7 2
41 7


1
13
13
5
20
4
31
375
3


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Out of
State
Colleges
89
1
73
4
218
456
1
5
9
27
17
26
1,226
5
1
555
170
2
3
30


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Technical, Trade and Other
Schools
In Florida Out-of-State
25 3
2
30 17
2 1
118 14
163 19

20 1
6 2
15 5
13 2
21 2
476 77
7 3
4
117 31
98 9
14 1
3 1
21 3
3
1 1
12 2
1
13 1
19
9 4
18 4
389 49
9 6


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~






Indian River 393 103 1 33 17 44 31 7
Jackson 458 195 2 14 9 17 11 8
Jefferson 130 21 10 4 8 8 1
Lafayette 43 15 2 1 1 3
Lake 628 188 1 62 38 51 47 7
Lee 812 290 1 66 22 76 17 3
Leon 1,020 341 276 27 87 23 6
Levy 147 35 7 2 10 2
Liberty 38 10 1 ---
Madison 218 70 10 6 9 35 2
Manatee 877 356 3 47 26 67 26 3
Marion 852 318 2 52 23 43 31 4
Martin 188 51 9 17 5 11 13 3
Monroe 364 99 19 11 30 22 4
Nassau 216 41 29 9 10 14 1
Okaloosa 833 346 8 39 5 88 28 27
Okeechobee 125 32 7 3 6 6
Orange 3,847 639 339 512 163 424 221 47
Osceola 224 34 10 26 4 6 25
Palm Beach 2,896 1,201 14 205 94 315 106 15
Pasco 347 67 4 51 17 20 50 10
Pinellas 4,335 1,654 10 356 139 328 328 15
Polk 2,434 612 6 218 79 245 162 29
Putnam 474 157 11 13 12 8 8
St. Johns 307 59 22 35 17 7 -
St. Lucie 485 159 26 11 31 17 7
Santa Rosa 341 119 8 5 52 15 9
Sarasota 1,005 351 10 125 23 108 33 11
Seminole 639 186 11 55 22 59 57 3
Sumter 161 58 1 4 4 2 2 2
Suwannee 215 74 1 12 8 5 -
Taylor 166 58 1 14 3 3 15 4
Union 56 17 1 1 3
Volusia 1,565 594 4 125 84 144 86 12
Wakulla 75 17 4 1 -
Walton 220 79 16 1 16 8 5
Washington 178 58 12 7 6 1


20,221 545 6,091 2,054 5,731 3,106 517


64,190


TOTAL







TABLE 4


PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY ENTERING COLLEGE


Percent of 1967 Graduates who:
Counties Number of Entered Technical, Did Not Immediately
Graduates Entered College Trade & Others Continue Education
Alachua 1,019 57.02% 2.75% 40.23%
Baker 95 35.79 2.11 62,10
Bay 888 58.56 5.29 36.15
Bradford 207 12.56 1.45 85.99
Brevard 2,846 57.80 4.64 37.56
Broward 4,705 58.11 3.87 38.02
Calhoun 91 45.05 54.95
Charlotte 156 47.44 13,46 39.10
Citrus 136 37.50 5.88 56.62
Clay 298 50.34 6.71 42.95


Collier
Columbia
Dade
6o De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


259
349
10,893
121
51
5,759
2,327
45
64
463
50
40
137
110
149
119
164
293
4,877
167


52.12
40.97
63.94
33.06
31.37
44.83
52.86
46.67
39.06
36.93
26.00
37.50
45.99
35.45
41.61
41.18
41.46
49.83
42.44
44.91


5.79
6.59
5.08
8.26
7.85
2.57
4.60
33.33
6.25
5.18
6.00
5.00
10.22
.91
9.40
15.97
7.93
7.51
8.98
8.98


42.09
52.44
30.98
58.68
60.78
52.60
42.54
20.00
54.69
57.89
68.00
57.50
43.79
63.64
48.99
42.85
50.61
42.66
48.58
46.11


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


393
458
130
43
628
812
1,020
147
38
218
877
852
188
364
216
833
125
3,847
224
2,896
347
4,335
2,434
474
307
485
341
1,005
639
161
215
166
56
1,565


50.38
51.75
33.08
44.19
54.14
56.03
71.67
29.93
28.95
43.58
56.90
51.41
49.47
43.68
41.20
58.34
38.40
53.99
35.71
63.16
45.82
57.37
47.66
40.72
43.32
46.80
53.96
61.39
52.11
42.86
44.19
47.59
32.14
60.77


Wakulla 75 29.33 70.67
Walton 220 50.91 5.91 43.18
Washington 178 43.26 3.93 52.81
TOTAL 64,190 53.97% 5.64% 40.39%


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9.67
8.30
6.92
6.98
8.60
2.46
2.84
8.16

16.97
3.31
4.11
8.51
7.14
6.95
6.60
4.80
6.94
11.16
4.18
17.29
7.91
7.85
3.37
2.28
4.95
7.04
4.38
9.39
2.48
2.33
11.45
7.14
6.26


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39.95
39.95
60.00
48.83
37.26
41.51
25.49
61.91
71.05
39.45
39.79
44.48
42.02
49.18
51.85
35.06
56.80
39,07
53.13
32.66
36.89
34.72
44.49
55.91
54.40
48.25
39.00
34.23
38.50
54.66
53.48
40.96
60.71
32.97


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TABLE 5


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


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


Baker
Baker Co. High
Keller High

Bay
Bay County High
Rosenwald High**
Rutherford High

Bradford
Bradford High
RoJoE. High

Brevard
Titusville
Andrew J. Gibson**
Cocoa
Monroe High
Melbourne
Stone High*
Eau Gallie High
Merritt Island High
Cocoa Beach Jr-Sr.
.- Satellite High


School Graduates
Number 1967


0112
0151
0201
0221
0261
0271
0391


0012
0031


0061
0301
0341


0021
0091


0011
0021
1011
1021
2011
2071
3011
4011
5011
6011


1,019
167
565
24
79
24
73
87


95
70
25

888
456
86
346

207
163
44

2,846
400
42
503
80
478
69
353
290
226
405


Junior
Public
284
30
175
9
15
9
18
28


College
Private
5

5


I


28
20
8

378
205
58
115


1,122
167
9
300
13
111
12
137
100
106
167


210
32

30
1
33
1
27
15
40
31


Number of 1967 Graduates Who
University Out-of-
and College State
Public Private College
175 28 89
6 7 5
130 15 60
3 1
2 4
2 -
8 2
24 2 21


Entered:
Technical, Trade
and Other
In Florida Out-of-State
25 3
1
4 2
1
1
5
10
4


r






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

Calhoun
Blountstown
Mayhaw
Altha

Charlotte
Charlotte

Citrus
Citrus High
B. T. Washington
Crystal River

Clay
Clay County High
Dunbar
Orange Park
Keystone Heights

Collier
Everglades
Immokalee
Naples
Bethune**


0171
0181
0211
0241
0342
0361
0371
0615
1241
1281
1451


0021
0051
0101


0031


0031
0041
0081


0041
0081
0251
0301


0051
0081
0151
0111


4,705
629
608
700
576
176
159
253
615
404
283
302

91
68
10
13

156
156

136
51
21
64


1,612
250
192
157
281
16
9
15
244
158
116
174

33
28


298
85
38
148
27

259
16
45
188
10


*Estimated by State Department of Education.
**No 12th grade_ after 1966-67.


456
80
8
47
26
24
13
18
82
47
77
34


163
48
3
25
35
10
4
1
18
3
9
7


4 3
4 3


15 11
4





TABLE 5 (Contdo)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public .Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Columbia
Columbia High
Fort White
Richardson


91
71
6
14


20 6 26
17 3 23

3 3 3


21 2
15 1
2
4 1


Dade
Coral Gables
Hialeah
Mays Jr-Sr High
Miami Beach Sr.
Miami Carol City
Miami Central
Miami Coral Park
Miami Edison
Miami Jackson
Miami Norland
Miami Northwestern
Miami Palmetto
Miami Sr. High
Miami Springs Sr. I
North Miami
South Dade High
Southwest Miami
B. T. Washington**
Douglas MacArthur

De Soto
De Soto High
Smith-Brown**

Dixie
Dixie County High

Duval
Robert E. Lee


7071
7111
7161
7201
7231
7251
7271
7301
7341
7381
7411
7431
7461
Hi 7511
7591
7701
7741
7781
7831


0021
0101


0021


0331


10,893
1,095
611
204
537
734
417
683
510
332
780
468
920
791
540
927
360
775
205
4

121
89
32

51
51

5,759
549


15
15

1,152
114


0061
0121
0151


4,407
369
408
39
214
294
85
237
278
138
409
113
377
356
217
384
99
350
40


979
154
38
3
89
43
9
54
39
5
147
35
106
46
40
75
29
63
4


4 1


1,226
240
49
21
133
26
20
62
56
26
87
50
166
29
57
85
47
58
14


5
4
1

1
1

555
140




Duval (Contd.)
Andrew Jackson 0351 441 42 15 10 17 4
Baldwin High 0381 49 7 1 1 2 5
Technical High 0671 55 8 1 -
Paxon Sr. High 0751 505 123 13 12 17 20
Terry Parker 0861 542 152 80 29 99 24 3
Englewood High 0901 531 146 50 22 38 4 4
Ribault 0961 439 37 15 7 16 3
Stanton Vocational 1011 110 5 2 5 4 1
Douglas Anderson 1071 109 17 1 14 7 6
Matthew Gilbert 1461 167 12 9 20 7 1
New Stanton High 1531 406 54 54 39 21 6 5
William Raines 1651 307 41 63 18 7 3 3
Eugene Butler 1681 77 4 8 3 1 1
Duncan Fletcher 2231 344 86 18 40 62 23 5 2
Wolfson Jr. High 2241 488 131 75 23 115 19 2
Nathan B. Forrest 2411 640 173 69 13 38 9 3

Escambia 2,327 962 1 85 12 170 98 9
Century 0171 45 11 4 1
Escambia High 0281 574 354 22 1 41 1
Pensacola High 0411 645 315 1 35 7 60 24 2
Technical High 0421 123 9 1 3 3
J. M. Tate 0521 182 70 5 15 6
Ernest Ward 0541 40 6 2 4 1 1
Wedgewood Jr.-Sr 0591 78 7 1 2 7
Crippled Child.Unit 0641 1 -
George Carver 0681 18 -
Ransom High 0791 54 1 3 5
Washington Sr. 0811 267 39 15 3 21 3
W. J. Woodham High 0851 300 150 5 20 50

Flagler 45 13 3 3 2 14 1
Bunnell 0021 32 13 3 2 9
Carver High** 0071 13 3 5 1

Franklin 64 13 7 2 3 3 1
Chapman 0021 34 9 2 2 2 2
Quinn** 0041 12 1 3 -
Carrabelle 0061 18 3 2 -1 1 1


*Estimated by State Department of Education.
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TABLE 5 (Contd.)
FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- 'Technical, Trade
and Number 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public, Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Gadsden 463 92 1 41 7 30 21 3
Chattahoochee 0021 48 23 1 4 1 -
Greensboro 0051 32 7 6
Havana 0061 24 4 3 2 3 -
Northside High 0081 63 9 7 2 1 1
Quincy High 0101 113 37 16 18 15 1
Carter-Parramore 0231 183 12 11 3 3 4 1

Gilchrist 50 11 1 1 3
Trenton High 0021 31 8 1 1 2
Bell 0031 19 3 1

Glades 40 12 3 1 1
Moore Haven 0021 40 12 3 1 1

Gulf 137 40 2 8 13 12 2
Wewahitchka 0021 42 17 2 1 5 1
Port St. Joe 0061 81 23 8 12 7 1
George Washington 0091 14 -

Hamilton 110 20 6 13 1
Hamilton County Hi. 0032 66 20 5 8 1
J.R.E. Lee 0071 44 1 5 -

Hardee 149 39 2 12 4 5 13 1
Hardee County High 0021 149 39 2 12 4 5 13 1

Hendry 119 18 2 8 1 20 19
LaBelle 0021 42 7 6 1
Clewiston 0061 61 10 2 7 1 14 10
Harlem Academy 0121 16 1 1 8

Hernando 164 31 1 27 5 4 9 4
Hernando High 0051 120 30 1 26 3 3 8 4
Motion Uigh 0091 44 1 1 2 1 1




Highlands 293 92 2 18 3 31 18 4
Sebring 0021 118 47 1 10 1 8 10 2
Avon Park 0111 83 32 6 1 8 5 2
Lake Placid 0161 37 7 11 3
E. O. Douglas** 0091 55 6 1 2 1 4 -

Hillsborough 4,877 716 35 819 125 375 389 49
Blake High 0281 186 27 15 15 6 5 1
Brandon 0321 366 58 4 44 8 21 33 5
Brewster Voc. 0361 139 4 2 2 4
Chamberlain 0761 504 97 3 122 11 22 36 2
East Bay 1321 117 20 15 6 5 4
Hillsborough High 1881 650 86 6 135 6 17 57
Jefferson** 2091 163 60 6 3 3 10
King High 2241 483 55 6 111 6 33 63 7
Leto Comp. 2421 480 61 82 7 13 30
Marshall 2841 74 5 6 10 4 1
Middletown 3001 248 16 10 19 32 22 11
Pinecrest 3361 38 5 2 1 4
H. R. Plant 3411 634 131 7 169 19 125 41 6
Plant City High 3441 221 13 7 26 3 15 20 4
Robinson High 3731 458 71 2 65 9 78 51 12
Turkey Creek High 4521 116 7 9 2 3 5

Holmes 167 67 5 3 9 6
Holmes Co. High 0012 84 40 5 2 5 1
Poplar Springs 0031 21 7 -
Bethlehem 0041 23 10 2 3
Ponce de Leon 0061 39 10 1 2 2

Indian River 393 103 1 33 17 44 31 7
Vero Beach 0031 342 100 1 30 14 40 23 6
Gifford 0081 51 3 3 3 4 8 1

Jackson 458 195 2 14 9 17 11 8
Marianna 0021 125 82 6 6 9 5 2
Jackson Co. Tr. 0061 64 8 2 2 1 1 1
Greenwood 0091 14 5 -
Union Grove 0101 30 5 -- 2 -
Malone 0121 44 18 3 2


**No 12th grade after 1966-67.





TABLE 5 (Contdo)
FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING
Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
.T akann (Contd.)


Sneads 0141 45 20 1 3
Grand Ridge 0181 26 14 -
Cottondale 0251 39 20 2 1 2 -
St. Pauls 0281 30 4 2 1 2
Graceville 0301 41 19 1 2 2

Jefferson 130 21 10 4 8 8 1
Jefferson Co. High 0021 51 19 5 2 8 1 1
Howard Academy 0031 79 2 5 2 7

Lafayette 43 15 2 1 1 3
Lafayette Sr. High 0021 43 15 2 1 1 3

Lake 628 188 1 62 38 51 47 7
Clermont 0051 62 13 11 2 10 -
Eustis High 0081 73 18 9 4 10 9 3
Groveland 0111 59 17 4 3 7
Leesburg 0161 155 66 13 10 15 18
Mount Dora 0181 60 22 5 5 2 3 1
Tavares 0211 56 13 1 6 5 4 -
Umatilla 0231 44 14 5 2 1
Carver Heights 0351 54 6 4 15 2 3
Bates Ave. School 0391 43 16 3 2 1 -
Lincoln Park 0401 22 3 2 2 2 2

Lee 812 290 1 66 22 76 17 3
Alva 0091 49 10 1 1 1 5 2
Cypress Lake 0141 109 35 6 5 15 4
Dunbar 0161 71 7 1 2 5 1
Ft. Myers Sr. High 0221 420 125 44 14 50 6 1
North Fort Myers 0311 163 113 15 5 1 -

Leon 1,020 341 -276 27 87 23 6
Leon High 0021 530 195 -139 5 61 14 6




Leon (Contd.)
Rickards 0051 154 33 14 2 5 7
Griffin 0221 203 78 83 -
Florida High 0341 94 28 26 20 15 1
Florida A & M High 0351 39 7 14 6 1

Levy 147 35 7 2 10 2
Bronson 0021 34 5 3
Cedar Key 0041 11 1 1 -
Chiefland 0051 57 14 1 2 1 2
Williston 0091 30 14 5 6
Williston Voc. 0101 15 1 -

Liberty 38 10 1 -
Liberty Co. High 0021 35 10 -
Bethune High** 0051 3 1 -

Madison 218 70 10 6 9 35 2
Madison 0022 93 49 4 4 12 1
Madison Training 0032 58 3 4 5 5 15
Greenville High 0041 37 12 1 8 1
Greenville Training 0091 30 6 1 1 -

Manatee 877 356 3 47 26 67 26 3
Manatee County High 0181 430 225 1 30 16 37 13 3
Palmetto High 0351 120 37 6 6 4 5
Southeast High 0431 197 84 2 8 18 3
Lincoln Memorial 0491 130 10 3 4 8 5

Marion 852 318 2 52 23 43 31 4
Howard High 0051 114 24 2 4 4 4 5
Belleview-Santos 0101 41 1 1 2
B. T. Washington** 0121 20 5 2 -
Dunnellon 0171 45 23 2 1 7
Fessenden High 0211 74 9 2 2 4 2
Lake Weir 0281 75 24 4 3 4 2
North Marion 0331 79 27 3 2 2
Ocala High 0351 404 206 34 13 32 11

Martin 188 51 9 17 5 11 13 3
Martin Co. High 0031 150 49 5 17 9 12 3
Murray Jr.-Sr.** 0081 38 2 4 5 2 1




TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1967.Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Monroe
Coral Shores
Key West High
Marathon

Nassau
Fernandina Beach
Peck High
Callahan
Pine Forest
Hilliard

Okaloosa
Baker High
Crestview
Laurel Hill
Niceville High
Choctawhatchee
Okeechobee
Okeechobee High

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


0041
0101
0131


0031
0061
0121
0131
0151


0041
0091
0201
0211
0581

0021


0111
0121
0281
0301
0341
0351
0661
0671
0691
5711
5741
5781
5801


364
30
297
37


216
109
49
33
9
16

833
53
128
15
192
445
125
125

3,847
605
567
161
501
76
137
548
423
349
294
52
52
82


99
2
87
10


639
89
27
24
101
11
29
170
91
55
15
10
2
15


19 11 30
5 2 3
13 6 24
1 3 3


22 4
7 1
9 3
6


220
38
18
23
7
5
9
50
13
38
8


339
78
41
3
56
3
5
34
72
46



1




Osceola 224 34 10 26 4 6 25
Osceola High 0081 148 20 5 22 2 3 15
St. Cloud 0151 76 14 5 4 2 3 10

Palm Beach 2,896 1,201 14 205 94 315 106 15
Jupiter High 0081 127 38 9 6 11 2 3
Riviera Beach 0151 356 167 35 13 28 15 2
J. F. Kennedy 0201 101 17 7 14 4 1
Roosevelt 0311 130 17 11 6 16 2
Palm Beach High 0393 391 206 23 19 76 5 3
Forrest Hills 0581 491 275 31 18 52 18
Lake Worth Sr. Hi 0691 462 222 23 14 28 23
Seacrest High 0862 326 140 6 21 5 30 5 1
Carver 0901 91 7 14 20 7
Boca Raton High 0961 152 48 7 18 5 16 8 2
Pahokee 1092 51 16 1 1 2 7 2
East Lake 1131 27 2 1 1 5
Belle Glade 1201 108 36 10 2 15 10 1
Lake Shore 1232 83 10 2 3 1 2

Pasco 347 67 4 51 17 20 50 10
Pasco Sr. High 0031 141 23 2 34 10 13 12 8
Moore-Mickens 0082 29 1 5 3 2
Zephyrhills High 0101 63 9 2 10 2 14 2
Gulf High 0261 114 35 6 2 2 22

Pinellas 4,335 1,654 10 356 139 328 328 15
Boca Ciega 0431 580 274 47 17 49 58
Clearwater 0711 556 285 67 19 63 20
Dixie Hollins 1031 584 210 1 45 9 35 24 5
Dunedin 1081 300 130 15 4 5 2
Gibbs 1531 284 48 1 14 12 15 14
Lakewood 2031 168 47 3 17 10 15 1 -
Largo 2081 408 135 32 19 33 14
Northeast 2641 575 207 45 14 47 98
Pinellas High 3341 77 5 1 4 8 2
St. Petersburg 3781 374 172 5 34 21 38 27 7
Seminole 3921 271 100 30 7 7 23 1
Tarpon Springs 4521 158 41 9 3 13 45 2


**No 12th grade after 1966-67.




TABLE 5 (Contdo)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County School Graduates
and Number 1967 Junior College
School Public Private


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


Putnam
Palatka
Melrose
Central Academy
Crescent City
Middleton

St. Johns
Hastings
Richard Murray
St. Augustine
Walter Harris

St. Lucie
Dan McCarty
Lincoln Park Acad.


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


0041
0121
0171
0231
0251


0071
0171
0181
0191


0072
0121


2,434
544f
108
124
54
443
89
72
162
204
60
96
241
46
139
52


474
273
39
90
47
25

307
29
64
178
36

485
373
112


612
149
14
47
8
152
15
11
27
64
4
25
60
8
26
2


6




3


3
-
-
3
-
-
-


Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and College State and Other
Public Private College In Florida Out-of-S
218 79 245 162 29
78 27 -78 32 4
8 9 12 2 1
9 11 12 8 1
3 8 1
56 8 32 33 6
7 2 6
1 3 5
7 3 4 2
13 6 25 18 2
1 20 2
5 1 6 1
11 2 7 35 3
3 5 3 2 1
12 5 31 13 4
4 2 2 4 5


tate


157
122
9
10
14
2


159
140
19


__~I~




Santa Rosa 341 119 8 5 52 15 9
Allentown 0021 15 5 1 -
Chumuckla 0061 17 6 2
Jackson 0131 19 5 2 -
Jay 0141 46 10 1 11 4 2
Milton 0151 235 93 5 4 39 9 7
Munson 0161 9 1 1 -

Sarasota 1,005 351 10 125 23 108 33 11
Sarasota Sr. High 0051 399 145 4 57 8 43 5 3
Booker High** 0082 77 11 8 8 8 -
Riverview 0181 346 133 5 35 6 36 15 6
Venice 0221 183 62 1 25 1 21 13 2

Seminole 639 186 11 55 22 59 57 3
Lyman 0101 222 81 7 14 6 14 26 2
Oviedo 0131 38 10 1 5 2 3 5
Seminole High 0181 251 76 3 33 8 35 14
Crooms 0251 128 19 3 6 7 12 1

Sumter 161 58 1 4 4 2 2 2
South Sumter High 0021 53 25 3 -
Mills High 0041 22 1 2 -
Wildwood 0081 57 31 1 2 2
JoR.Eo Lee 0101 29 1 1 1 1 2

Suwannee 215 74 1 12 8 5
Suwannee Sr. High 0022 120 52 8 7 1
Douglas 0051 51 3 1 1
Branford 0091 32 16 1 4 -- -
O'Brien** 0121 12 3 3

Taylor 166 58 1 14 3 3 15 4
Taylor County High 0031 140 54 1 12 2 2 11
Jerkins 0051 26 4 2 1 1 4 4

Union 56 17 1 1 3
Union County High 0021 56 17 1 1 3


**No 12th grade after 1966-67.




TABLE 5 (Contdo)
FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


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

Wakulla
Sopchoppy**
Crawfordville**
Shadeville**

Walton
Walton Co. High
Tivoli
Paxton
Freeport

Washington
Chipley
Vernon
Roulhac


1,565
149
30
309
512
164
309
63
29


594
35
3
135
230
52
114
15
10


4


1

2
1


125 84 144
12 20 10
1 2
19 26 20
27 13 30
22 6 13
42 11 62
1 8 6
1 1


86 12
3
1
8 2
46 1
7 1
18 8

3
3


**No 12th grade after 1966-67.


0746
0949
1453
3436
3839
5836
6343
6633


0021
0031
0041


0031
0071
0101
0141


0021
0051
0101









NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


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

mation was received from 74 schools and three schools were included using

the same data as 1966. A total of 3,772 graduates in 1967 is shown. Only

five non-public schools failed to provide information. Other reports indi-

cate that these schools had a relatively small number of graduates, probably

less than 100 combined Of the 77 schools reported, 34 (44.15 percent) had

25 or fewer graduates; however, only 12.78 percent of the non-public school

graduates came from these schools, Some of the non-public schools intention-

ally 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 44015% 482 12.78%
26-50 14 18.18 492 13.04
51-75 12 15.58 764 20.25
76-100 6 7.80 476 12,62
Over 100 11 14.29 1,558 41.31

Graduating classes in non-public schools in 1967 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.

2 17(2) 30(2) 62 112(2)
3(2) 18(2) 38 64 121
6(3) 19(3) 39 65 122
7(2) 20 40 67(2) 123
8 21(2) 41 71 127
9 22 44 72 131
10 23(3) 46 73 133
11(2) 24 48 77(2) 155
12 25 54(2) 78(2) 162
13 27 56 79 260
16(4) 28(3) 59 87











A comparison of the number of graudates of 1966 and 1967 shows:
1966 1967
Number Percent Number Percent

High schools reported 81 77 -
Total number of graduates 3,906 3,772 -
Entered public junior colleges 1,098 28.11 1,171 31.04
Entered private junior colleges 126 3.22 93 2.47
Entered public universities in Florida 423 10.83 397 10.52
Entered private universities or
colleges in Florida 321 8.22 312 8.27
Entered out-of-state colleges 1,094 28.01 1,061 28.13
Entered technical, trade or other
types of schools 176 4.51 159 4.22
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 668 17.10 579 15.35

More than four out of five (80.43 percent) of the non-public school

graduates entered college and an additional 4.22 percent continued other types

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

out-of-state colleges (28.13 percent) was over three times as great as the propor-

tion of public school graduates (8.93 percent) going to college outside

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

trade, or other types of schools (4.22 percent) is slightly less than the

public school graduates (5.64 percent),

Of the 3,772 non-public school graduates reported for 1967, 3,034 or

80,43 percent, entered college during 1967-68. Of these 3,034 graduates

who entered college:

38.60 percent entered public junior colleges
3.07 percent entered private junior colleges
13.08 percent entered public universities in Florida
10.28 percent entered private colleges in Florida
34.97 percent entered out-of-state universities


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0 E C B.SCHQOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Brevard
Fla. Air Academy 64 14 5 33 26 5 6
Central Catholic HS 40 18 3 2 10 2 5

Broward
Cardinal Gibbons High 131 33 4 13 7 50 7
Chaminade High 65 40 1 8 2 10 -
Fern Hall 7 3 -
Madonna Academy 67 33 3 7 2 6
Hollywood High 2 2 -
The Mills School 6 4 1 -
Nowlin Ocean View 13 5 1 1 2
Palm Cove Beach 11 3 1 2 3 1
Palm Manor 18 4 8 -
Pine Crest Prep. 77 6 2 10 55 4
St. Thomas Acquinas 112 54 7 7 29 8 5
West Hollywood 3 3 -

Clay
St. Johns Country Day 28 3 2 23

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 21 1 2 6 3 -
Adelphi Preparatory 6 3 2 1
Archbishop Curley 122 47 12 16 24 -
Belen Jesuit Prep. 27 23 2 2 -
Chris. Columbus High 127 49 22 11 42 -
Covenant of the Sacred
Heart Carrollton 19 5 1 13 -
Drexel* 25 14 -
Everglades School for
Girls 21 1 3 17 -
Greater Miami Acad. 9 2 6


*No report received. Data shown is for graduates in June, 1966.


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TABLE 5a (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


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

Duval
Bartram
Bishop Kenny
Bolles
Jacksonville Christian
School

Escambia
Pensacola Catholic
St. Joseph

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy
Name


S133
77
19

11
16
71
123
112
28

16
30
24
3

8


16
3
5


17
260
79

10


121
23


21 2


8 3




Hillsborough (Contd.)
Berkeley Prep. School 23 1 4 18 -
Jesuit High 78 10 33 9 26 -
Sacred Heart Academy 22 3 1 10 4 1 -
Tampa Catholic High 72 19 22 1 9. 12

Lake
Christian Home and
Bible School 20 2 2 8 3
Fla. Central Academy 59 7 1 1 8 37 1 -
Howey Academy 54 11 1 1 5 35 1 -
Montverde School 18 1 1 3 9 1 1

Lee
Bishop Verot High 28 9 1 1 4 4 5 1

Marion
Golden Hills Academy 19 3 1 2 1 5 1 1
Matthews-Scippio Acad. 7 3 i 2

Monroe
S Mary Immaculate High 23 8 2 1 4

Orange
Bishop Moore 162 42 17 35 3 18 8 2
Hampden DuBose* 56 2 4 48 -

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman 155 77 3 14 15 32 -
Graham Eckes 17 1 1 3 12 -
Palm Beach Country Day
School 16 9 2 -
Palm Beach Day School 12 2 4 5 -
Rosarian Academy 39 1 2 3 6 16 -
Palm Beach Military
Academy, Inc. 6 4 -

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut 62 5 1 6 9 33 1 7
Bishop Barry 67 27 12 4 8 2





TABLE 5a (Contd.)
FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1967, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1967 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1967 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Pinellas (Contd.)
Clearwater Central
Catholic 46 16 3 11 2 6 5 3
St. Paul's 30 13 4 3 2 3 3
Notre Dame Academy* 78 26 4 6 12 7 1


Polk
Santa Fe High School

St. Johns
St. Joseph

St. Lucie
John Carroll High

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney
Prew School of Tutoring

Seminole
Forest Lake Acad.

Volusia
Father Lopez


Data shown is for graduates in June, 1966.


*No report received.







STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Floyd T. Christian, Superintendent
Tallahassee, Florida 32304


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U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
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PERMIT NO. 77


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