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REPORT


72


REPORT


OF RESEARCH


Florida High


School Graduates...


1968


JULY 1969


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN COMMISSIONER




























Research Report 72 is a revision of Research
Report 63 prepared by the Division of Research
of the Florida State Department of Education ( 995)












FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968


Research Report- 72 presents a summary showing the number of high

school graduates in the spring of 1968 who entered colleges or other

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

an updating of Research Report 63 dated May, 1968.

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, 1968.

Corrections cannot be made for graduates who entered college after this

date.

Comparisons of state-wide data for graduates of 1967 and 1968 are

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

of 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1968. The data for 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1968

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

spring of 1968 were not operating as senior high schools during the 1968-69

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 grduoares of twenty-four of these

schools were obtained from local school eri'2nn l. For two schools

estimates were made by the State r-eptiat of Education.












The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in 1968

was 324 as compared to 341 reporting in 1967. However, the number of graduates

in 1968 was 66,199 as compared to 64,190 graduates in 1967, an increase of 2,009

graduates, or 3.13 percent.

Of the 324 public high schools with graduating classes in 1968, twenty-

eight schools, 8.51 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only

503 pupils, .75 percent of the total state graduates, were graduated from these

small schools. More than four out of five graduates in 1968, 88.97 percent,

came from schools with more than 100 pupils in the graduating class. This com-

pares with 87.61 percent in 1967. Details regarding size of school and number

of graduates are given in Tables 1 and 2.

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1967 and 1968 shows:


1967 1968
Number Percent Number Percent

High Schools reporting 341 324
Total number of graduates reported 64,190 -66,199 -
Entered Public Junior Colleges 20,221 31.50 20,959 31.66
Entered Private Junior Colleges 545 .85 578 .87
Entered Public Universities in Florida 6,091 9.49 6,764 10.22
Entered Private Universities or
Colleges in Florida 2,054 3.20 2,188 3.31
Entered Out-of-State Colleges 5,731 8.93 6,126 9.25
Entered Technical, Trade, or other
types of schools 3,623 5.64 3,848 5.81
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 25,925 40.39 25,736 38.88

Of the 3848 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,

3,312 entered schools in Florida and 536 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 1968

increased 3.13 percent over 1967, the number of graduates entering:

Public Junior Colleges increased 3.65 percent
Private Junior Colleges increased 6.06 percent
Public Universities increased 11.10 percent
Private Colleges and Universities increased 10.65 percent
Out-of-State Colleges increased 10.69 percent
Technical and trade schools increased 10.62 percent
No schools decreased 1.01 percent

Thus 55.31 percent of the graduates of 1968 entered college during

the 1968-69 school year (compared to 53.97 percent in 1967) and an addi-

tional 5.81 percent entered other types of formal training (compared to

5.64 percent in 1967).

Of the 36,615 graduates of 1968 who entered college in 1968-69:

57.24 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
1.58 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
18.47 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
5.98 percent entered Private Colleges and Universities
16.73 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 1965, 1966, 1967, and

1968.

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

High School graduates by size of graduating class for 1965, 1966,

1967, and 1968.

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 1968

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 1968 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, 1968


8 58(4) 125 257 479
10 59(3) 126 263 483
12(2) 60(5) 127 270 495
13 61(3) 128(2) 277 505
14 62 129(2) 282 506
15(3) 64 130 286(2) 508
17(5) 65(2) 131 299 510
18(3) 66 132(2) 300 519
20(2) 67 (2) 133 309(2) 525
21 68 134 310 530
22(2) 69 142(2) 312(3) 533
23(2) 70(2) 144 317 536
24 72 147 320 541
25(3) 73(3) 150(2) 326 543
26 74(3) 151(2) 340(2) 550
27(4) 75(2) 152 341 562
28(2) 76(2) 154 343(2) 570
29(3) 79 160(2) 356 575
30(2) 80 166 358 578
31(3) 81 168 359 580
32(3) 84(2) 169 377 588
34(4) 86(3) 170 384 603
35(4) 87 174(3) 393 617
36(3) 89 177 398 626
37(4) 90 184 404 630(2)
38(2) 91 185 408 635(3)
39(2) 92 189 413 646
40(3) 93(2) 193 418 649
41(2) 94 198 423 650
42(2) 96 200 426 665
43(2) 100 (2) 201 430(2) 697
44(2) 101(4) 202 432(3) 749
45(2) 103 204 436 750
46(2) 104 205 437 795
47(2) 107(3) 206 444 815
48(4) 108 210 449 833
49 109 223 454 837
50(2) 110 230 456 854
51(4) 111 237 458 919
52(2) 113 242(2) 463 922
53(3) 122 245 468 969
54 123(2) 250(2) 472
56 124 252 476


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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


L" TOTAL


Number of
Schools


345


1965
Percent
of Total
Schools


1966
Number of
Schools


17.39%
18.84
13.04
7.54
15.07
7.25
4.35
5.22
11.30

100.00%


Percent
of Total
Schools

14.70%
19.31
9.51
8.36
19.31
6.34
5.76
5.76
10.95

100.00%


1967
Number of
Schools


38
66
44
27
61
23
20
22
40

341


Percent
of Total
Schools

11.14%
19.35
12.90
7.92
17.89
6.75
5.87
6.45
11.73

100.00%


1968
Number of
Schools


28
61
46
21
57
24
21
25
41

324


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


1965
Number of
Graduates


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


Percent
of Total
Graduates


1.56%
3.77
4.38
3.67
11.89
10.19
8.32
12.87
43.35


1966
Number of
Graduates


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


Percent
of Total
Graduates


1.28%
3.89
3.27
3.91
14.93
8.74
10.74
14.17
39.07


1967
Number of
Graduates


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


Percent
of Total
Graduates


.94%
3.81
4.13
3.51
13.56
9.07
10.88
15.19
38.91


1968
Number of Percent
.Graduates of Total
Graduates


503
2,289
2,865
1,843
7,983
5,919
7,159
11,118


.75%
3.46
4.33
2.78
12.06
8.94
10.82
16.80


26,520 40.06


100.00% 63,780 100.00% 64,190


Percent
of Total
Schools

8.64%
18.83
14.20
6.48
17.59
7.41
6.48
7.72
12.65

100.00%


100.00% 66,199 100.00%


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


Number of
Graduates
Spring 1968
1,142
134
804
203
3,099
4,833
97
168
149
300
276
335
11,606
89
74
5,837
2,311
29
55
480
45
34
112
115
130
93
132
253
4,901
166


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Junio:
Public
222
34
363
74
1,000
1,647
48
31
39
78
52
105
4,860
25
18
1,449
979
9
14
79
16
5
36
27
38
26
22
86
665
69


I


r College Senior College or Univ.
Private Public Private
2 207 12
3 4 1
-38 9
3 3 5
12 347 116
15 412 230
4 1
2 20 3
7 1
1 20 7
6 28 11
24 5
37 1,001 516
"- 2
3 -
30 555 309
4 108 9
1 -
-11 3
-65 4
1 -
S2
4 -
1 -
10 I.
10 1.-
9 2
3 15 13
-18 4
25 882 106
S8


I


Out of
State
Colleges
55
8
56
9
203
600
1
3
7
8
19
29
1,306
4
1
605
249
2
3
38
2
5
12
15
7
6
12
25
369
1


~


I


Technical, Trade and Other
Schools
In Florida Out-of-State
16 7
3
27 7
19
131 19
158 37
3 1
18 4
3 2
7 3
11 3
25 5
568 34-
12 1
3
239 36
97 11
5
3 1
19 4
1
1
8 3
4 4
11 -
11 2
8 2
13
358 36
10 1







Ind
Jaci
Jeff
Lafs
Lake
Lee
Leon
Lev3
Libe
Madi
Mani
Mari
Mart
Monr
Nasi
Okal
Okee
Orar
Osce
Pali


ian River
kson
person
ayette


372
437
148
45
692


116
192
24
21
187


40
12
11
1
74


894 283 17 79 25 72 15 3
S1,061 321 277 2 101 55 -
r 152 36 5 2 2 17 4
arty 39 4 -
Lson 229 79 7 2 9 25 4
itee 840 317 6 38 32 61 52 4
ion 908 327 8 61 33 43 35 2
:in 245 74 2 31 13 16 5 2
roe 365 188 3 30 4 26 18 7
au 342 59 21 9 33 27 5
Loosa 860 358 8 76 3 85 21 32
chobee 96 21 1 3 3 14 -
ige 4,064 703 216 652 106 392 155 29
sola 197 41 4 29 3 13 7 1
SBeach 2,868 1,022 57 229 118 388 95 52


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla


455
4,375
2,520
494
268
490
366
972
745
157
231
168
67
1,568
80


77
1,812
606
180
74
143
133
312
243
37
79
47
29
536
8


8
10
31

7
9
2
6
21
1

3

3
8


50
412
243
26
25
33
18
147
111
6
11
18
4
152
2


93
1


30
372
227
16
23
39
32
95
49
9
6
6
5
158
1


52
282
161
17
20
38
9
68
63
11
4
10
1
76
10


4
16
64
5
2
3
7
14
15
3
1
2
1
14
-


Walton 230 81 13 3 20 10 3
Washington 157 71 9 4 8 -
TOTAL 66,199 20,957 578 6,764 2,188 6,126 2,Z98 536


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TABLE 4


PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES


BY COUNTY ENTERING COLLEGE


Counties


A achua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clav


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


Number of
Graduates
1,142
134
804
203
3,099
4,833
97
168
149
300
276
335
11,606
89
74
5,837
2,311
29
55
480
45
34.
112
115
130
93
132
253
4,901
S166


f


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Entered College
43.61%
37.31
57.96
46.31
54.15
60.09
55.67
35.12
36.24
38.00
42.03
48.66
66.52
34.83
29.73
50.51
58.37
41.38
56.36
38.75
42.22
35.29
46.43
37.39
33.73
46.24
49.24
50.99
41.77
46.99


Percent of 1968 Graduates who:
Entered Technical,
Trade & Others
2.01%
2.24
4.23
9.36
4.84'
4.03
4.12
13.10
3.36
3.33-
5.07
8.96
5.19
14.61
4.05
4.71
4.67
17.24
7.27
4.79
2.22
2.94
9.82
6.96
8.46
13.98
7.58
5.14
8.04
6.63


46.9


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Did Not Immediately
Continue Education
54.38%
60.45
37.81
44.33
41.01
35.88
40.21
51.78
60.40
58.67
52.90
42.38
28.29
50.56
66.22
44.78
36.96
41.38
36.37
56.46
55.56
61.77
43.75
55.65
57.81
39.78
43.18
43.87
50.19
46.38


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Indian River 372 56.72 8.60 34.68
Jackson 437 50.34 8.01 41.65
Jefferson 148 43.24 9.46 47.30
Lafayette 45 48.89 8.89 42.22
Lake 692 49.42 8.81 41.77
Lee 894 53.24 2.01 44.75
Leon 1,061 66.07 5.18 28.75
Levy 152 29.61 13.82 56.57
Liberty 39 10.26 89,74
Madison 229 42.36 12.66 44.98
Manatee 840 54.05 6.67 39.28
Marion 908 51.98 4.07 43.95
Martin 245 55.51 2.86 41.63
Monroe 365 68.77 6.85 24.38
Nassau 342 35.67 9.36 54.97
Okaloosa 860 61.63 6.16 30.58
Okeechobee 96 29.17 14.58 56.25
SOrange 4,064 50.91 4.53 44.56
o Osceola 197 45.69, 4.06 50.25
Palm Beach 2,868 63.25 55.13 31.62
Pasco 455 40.22 12.31 47.47
Pinellas 4,375 61.78 6.81 31.41
Polk 2,520 47.34 8.93 43.73
Putnam 494 47.19 4.45 48.36
St. Johns 268 58.96 8.21 32.83
St. Lucie 490 47.76 8.37 43.87
Santa Rosa 366 51.37 4.37 44.26
Sarasota 972 60.60 8.44 30.96
Seminole 745 59.73 10.47 29.80
Sumter 157 39.49 8.92 51.59
Suwannee 231 46.75 2.16 51.09
Taylor 168 45.83 7.14 47.03
Union 67 56.72 2.98 40.30
Volusia 1,568 60.08 5.74 34.18
Wakulla 80 25.00 12.50 62.50
Walton 230 50.87 5.65 43.48
Washington 157 53.50 5.10 41.40
TOTAL 66,199 55.31% 5.81% 38.88%






TABLE 5


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1968 Junior College and College State and Other
School_ bPublic Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


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

Baker
Baker Co. High
Keller High

Bay
Bay County High
Rutherford High

Bradford
Bradford High
R.J.E. High

Brevard
Titusville
Cocoa
Monroe High
Melbourne
Eau Gallie High
Merritt Island
Cocoa Beach Jr-Sr
Satellite High


0112
0151
0201
0221
0261
0271
0391


0012
0031


0061
0341


0021
0091


0011
1011
1021
2011
3011
4011
.5011
6011


1,142
152
650
35
79
50
90
86

134
107
27

804
495
309

203
166
37

3,099
575
525
75
519
393
310
270
432


222
12
120
13
13
12
22
30


2






2


207 12 55 1
3 4 4
159 2 28
I 2

5 2
19 2 5
20 4 14


6 7
1 -
3 1
1 4
5
2
1
3 2


363
228
135


74
71
3

1,000
151
320
12
105
112
90
130
80


12
10
2

347
115
33
1
26
34
21
60
58


116
58
6

14
17
5
10
6


203
25
23
4
56
37
19
11
28







Broward 4,833 1,647 15 412 230 600 158 37
South Broward 0171 603 265 68 35 158 36 2
Pompano Beach 0181 635 224 4 47 29 65 1 1
Stranahan 0211 750 227 33 17 72 22 5
McArthur 0241 626 320 5 38 13 6 23 4
Attacks 0342 184 17 15 28 23 11 2
Blanche Ely 0361 132 10 17 10 21 4 2
Dillard 0371 223 23 22 8 35 10 8
Ft. Lauderdale 0615 635 227 62 33 34 7 -
Northeast 1241 463 148 41 11 44 5 5
Nova 1281 242 70 47 24 71 3 -
Plantation 1451 340 116 6 37 22 71 36 8

Calhoun 97 48 4 1 1 3 1
Blountstown 0021 65 38 4 1 2 1
Mayhaw 0051 12 1 -
Altha 0101 20 9 1 1 -

, Charlotte 168 31 2 20 3 3 18 4
Charlotte 0031 168 31 2 20 3 3 18 4

Citrus 149 39 7 1 7 3 2
Citrus High 0031 76 19 4 2 1 1
B. T. Washington 0041 15 3 1 3 -
Crystal River 0081 58 17 2 1 5 2 1

Clay 300 78 1 20 7 8 7 3
Clay Jr-Sr High 0041 101 35 6 6 8 2 1
Orange Park 0251 174 33 1 12 1 14 5 2
Keystone Heights 0301 25 10 2 4 -

Collier 276 52 6 28 11 19 11 3
Everglades 0051 17 4 4 -
Immokalee 0081 49 4 6 2 3 -
Naples* 0151 210 44 6 22 11 13 8 3


*Estimated by State Department of Education.







FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL


TABLE
GRADUATES,


5 (Contd.)
1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1968 Junior College and College State and Other
School I Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Columbia
Columbia High
Fort White
Richardson


Dade
Coral Gables
Hialeah
.MaysrJr-Sr High
Miami-Beach Sr.
Miami Carol City.
Miami Central
Miami Coral Park
Miami Edison
SMiami Jackson
Miami Killian
Miami Norland
Miami Northwestern
Miami Palmetto
Miami Sr. High
Miami Springs Sr.
North Miami
South Dade High
Southwest Miami
Douglas MacArthur

De Soto
De Soto High

Dixie
Dixie County High

Duval
Robert E. Lee


105
86
4
15


0061
0121
0151


7071
7111
7161
7201
7231
7251
7271
7301
7341
7361
7381
7411
7431
7461
7511
7591
7701
7741
7831


0021


0021


0331


11,606
919
833
129
.617
749
413
815
423
505
356
837
543
854
969
580
922
320
795
27

89
89

74
74

5,837
541


24 5
19 3
1 -
4 2


516
61
39
1
59
12
13
16
7
79
14
29
45
18
33
31
20
4
35


1,001
139
34
8
92
17
20
59
34
6
19
122
51
100
56
46
103
33
62


555
51


29
24

5


1,306
197
45
26
172
22
23
63
S65
38
44
117
69
127
46
59
112
24
56
1


21 4
1
3 1


568
17

6

.12
37
44
2
138
80
17
60
18
38
11
39
9
34
6


239
20


335
237
17
81


4,860
264
408
51
210
.338
.222
257
195
231
134
401
211
302
475
246
468
107
335
5


1,449
164








Duval (Contd.)
Andrew Jackson 0351 430 165 1 31 13 23 2 1
Baldwin High 0381 48 12 1 1
Technical High 0671 65 4 1 -
Paxon Sr. High 0751 468 70 25 14 17 21 1
Terry Parker 0861 588 164 101 36 72 28
Englewood High 0901 506 146 50 31 41 12
Ribault 0961 384 93 23 7 25 14 5
Stanton Vocational 1011 107 8 4 7 3 2 1
Douglas Anderson 1071 73 12 4 8 4 4
Matthew Gilbert 1461 174 40 35 8 5 3 2
New Stanton High 1531 377 48 28 30 24 21 4
William Raines 1651 444 28 28 60 44 13 2
Eugene Butler 1681 144 23 8 11 5 14
Duncan Fletcher 2231 343 102 35 24 77 13 3
Wolfson Jr. High 2241 510 153 25 74 21 102 14 12
Nathan B. Forrest 2411 635 217 3 58 13 28 57 2

a Escambia 2,311 979 4 108 9 249 97 11
S Century 0171 58 16 8 1 2
Escambia High 0281 570 374 20 1 46 1 3
Pensacola High 0411 562 278 4 27 5 106 7 -
Technical High 0421 103 3 1 2 4 -
J. M. Tate 0521 185 65 9 1 16 20 2
Ernest Ward 0541 51 4 5 2
Wedgewood Jr.-Sr 0591 84 15 4 2 1 1
George Carver 0681 30 3 -
Ransom High 0791 38 2 2 1 7
Washington Sr. 0811 200 47 22 2 16 2 -
W. J. Woodham High 0851 430 175 25 15 45 55 1

Flagler 29 9 1 2 5
Bunnell 0021 29 9 1 2 5

Franklin 55 14 11 3 3 3 1
Chapman 0021 38 8 10 1 3 3 -
Carrabelle 0061 17 6 1 2 1




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-bf- Technical, Trade
and Number 1968 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Gadsden
Chattahoochee
Greensboro
Havana
Northside High
Quincy High
Carter-Parramore

Gilchrist
Trenton High
Bell

,Glades
S-Moore Haven

Gulf
Wewahitchka
Port St. Joe
George Washington

Hamilton
Hamilton County Hi.
J.R.E. Lee

Hardee
Hardee County Hi.

Hendry
LaBelle
Clewiston

Hernando
Hernando High
Moton High


0021
0051
0061
0081
0101
0231


0021
0031


0021


0021
0061
0091


0032
0071


0021


0021
0061


0051
0091


480
60
18
30
53
113
206

45
27
18

34
34

112
46
51
15

115
74
41

130
130

93
32
61

132
104
28


79
23
5
7
9
29
6


65 4 38 1
5 3
2 :5
4 2
4 2
20 23
30 7


9 4
2

6
2 1
5
4 3








Highlands 253 86 18 4 25 13
Sebring 0021 108 43 10 4 11 6
Avon Park 0111 86 35 6 6 4
Lake Placid 0161 59 8 2 -8 3

Hillsborough 4,901 665 25 832 106 369 358 36
Blake High 0281 250 19 2 50 1 31 16 3
Brandon 0321 359 55 3 55 8 19 26 2
Brewster Voc. 0361 150 20 2 3 1 -
Chamberlain 0761 479 77 4 125 16 38 42
East Bay 1321 127 41 5 5 7 6 1
Hillsborough High 1881 697 77 4 141 5 34 60 -
King High 2241 508 63 8 99 4 34 47 1
Leto Comp. 2421 578 67 99 10 19 30 1
Marshall 2841 68 4 -7 5 3 4 4
Middletown 3001 250 18 33 19 20 16 9
Pinecrest 3361 43 2 2 1 4 -
H. R. Plant 3411 630 106 2 160 19 117 35 4
Plant City High 3441 230 27 22 7 14 15
S Robinson High 3731 432 73 75 7 28 54 11
V Turkey Creek High 4521 100 16 6 3 3

Holmes 166 69 8 1 10 1
Holmes Co. High 0012 72 41 4 2
Poplar Springs 0031 23 8 2 5
Bethlehem 0041 31 8 2 1 1 1
Ponce de Leon 0061 40 12 2

Indian River 372 116 3 40 10 42 27 5
Vero Beach 0031 312 101 3 34 7 40 22 5
Gifford 0081 60 15 6 3 2 5

Jackson 437 192 12 3 13 29 6
Marianna 0021 150 84 2 3 6 12 6
Jackson Co, Tr. 0061 44 12 2 1 -
Greenwood 0091 17 11 -
Union Grove 0101 20 3 5 -
Malone 0121 22 8 -- 3




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL


GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1968 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Jackson (Contd.)
Sneads
Grand Ridge
Cottondale
St. Pauls
Graceville


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
Cypress Lake
Dunbar
Ft. Myers Sr. Hi
North Fort Myers
Gwynne Rehab. Cen.


Leon
Leon High


0141
0181
0251
0281
0301


0021
0031


0021


0051
0081
0111
0161
0181
0211
0231
0351
0391
0401


0091
0141
0161
0221
0311
0051


0021


148
61
87

45
45

692
62
91
48
204
70
48
42
67
35
25

894
40
205
58
418
160
13

1,061
536


187
8
29
12
68
25
17
19
6
2
1

283
12
71

164
36


321
183







Leon (Contd.)
Rickards 0051 257 51 25 18
Griffin* 0221 147 59 62 -
Florida High 0341 84 22 23 2 19 2
Florida A & M High 0351 37 6 15 4 -

Levy 152 36 5 2 2 17 4
Bronson 0021 25 7 1 3 2
Cedar Key 0041 10 3 1 -
Chiefland 0051 50 16 1 1 -
Williston 0091 39 8 2 5 2
Williston Voc. 0101 28 2 1 1 1 9

Liberty 39 4 -
Liberty Co. High 0021 39 4 -

Madison 229 79 7 2 9 25 4
Madison 0022 101 48 5 2 8 10 2
Madison Training 0032 60 6 2 1 12
Greenville High 0041 31 16 3 1
Greenville Training 0091 37 9 1

Manatee 840 317 6 38 32 61 52 4
Manatee County Hi. 0181 436 209 4 25 6 35 38 2
Palmetto High 0351 109 38 2 4 5 3 11 2
Southeast High 0431 202 48 6 5 11 1
Lincoln Memorial 0491 93 22 3 16 12 2

Marion 908 327 8 61 33 43 35 2
Howard High 0051 101 21 11 7 9 9
Belleview-Santos 0101 32 8 2 1 1 2
Dunnellon 0171 61 23 7 4 2
Fessenden High 0211 101 11 7 4 1 5
Lake Weir 0281 66 30 6 1 1 -
North Marion 0331 110 26 3 1 5 10
Ocala High 0351 437 208 8 25 20 23 8

Martin 245 74 2 31 13 16 5 2
Martin Co. High 0031 245 74 2 31 13 16 5 2
*Estimated by State Department of Education




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1968 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*
West Nassau

Okaloosa
Baker High
Crestview
Laurel Hill
Niceville High
SChoctawhatchee

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
Wymore Tech.


0041
0101
0131


0031
0061
0121
0131
0151
0191


0041
0091
0201
0211
0581


0021


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


365
45
286
34


342
126
64
47
29
29
47

860
56
131
23
201
449

96
96

4,064
630
646
151
472
86
100
665
432
426
282
76
52
46


188 3
17 3
89
8


358
22
31
9
79
217

21
21

703
79
37
33
88
15
15
83
130
136
51
15
10
11


8

2

1
5

1
1

216
45
46
3
25
4
3
33
41
16


30 4
3 2
21 1
6 1


106
15
19
3
25
1
3
7
15
6
6
2
2
2


652
112
116
15
118
12
16
122
48
68
16
4
3
2


26
3
21
2


33
21
5
7

4
7

85
6
14
2
18
45

3
3

392
64
61
8
101
3
12
46
38
25
28
1
2
3


18 7
4 3
9 3
5 1


155
30
6
10
10
12
7
26
15
24
12


3







Osceola 197 41 4 29 3 13 7 1
Osceola High 0081 123 23 2 13 2 10 2 1
St. Cloud 0151 74 18 2 16 1 3 5

Palm Beach 2,868 1,022 57 229 118 388 95 52
Jupiter High 0081 129 33 10 6 7 8
Riviera Beach 0151 326 144 41 11 33 7 1
J. F..Kennedy 0201 123 22 3 3 24 3 3
Roosevelt 0311 125 16 6 7 17 1 2
Palm Beach High 0393 456 182 17 34 26 83 16 3'
Forrest Hills 0581 458 211 13 33 15 69 7 2
Lake Worth Sr.Hi 0691 343 158 2 19 6 32 17 3
Seacrest High 0862 317 114 11 21 11 27 12 4
Carver 0901 69 3 1 10 36 1 -
Boca Raton High 0961 177 54 10 32 7 25 4 4
Pahokee 1092 54 14 3 8 2 4 10
East Lake 1131 27 4 1 2 5 1 1
Belle Glade 1201 142 55 1 15 5 12 5 2
S Lake Shore 1232 122 12 5 7 14 3 1

* Pasco 455 77 8 50 18 30 52 4
S Pasco Sr. High 0031 198 31 5 26 6 16 18 4
Moore-Mickens 0082 36 2 2 6 6 2
Zephyrhills High 0101 93 12 3 7 3 5 3
Gulf High 0261 128 32 15 3 3 29

Pinellas 4,375 1,812 10 412 97 372 282 16
Boca Ciega 0431 530 247 48 13 36 70 -
Clearwater 0711 550 331 78 8 92 18 3
Dixie Hollins 1031 649 217 8 40 7 36 13
Dunedin 1081 312 150 15 2 16 12
Gibbs 1531 263 40 12 4 20 17
Lakewood 2031 341 123 47 24 49 19 1
Largo 2081 408 203 1 33 10 19 23 7
Northeast 2641 454 189 36 7 36 30
Pinellas High 3341 59 3 2 5 1
St. Petersburg 3781 300 143 1 41 4 36 25 2
Seminole 3921 340 108 45 10 18 33 3
Tarpon Springs 4521 169 58 17 6 9 21


*Estimated by State Department of Education





TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


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


SPutnam
Palatka Sr.
Melrose
Central Academy
Crescent City
Middleton

St. Johns
Hastings
Richard Murray
St. Augustine
Walter Harris

St. Lucie
Dan McCarty
Lincoln Park Acad.


School Graduates
Number 1968 Junior College
Public Private


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


Z, 520
533
107
160
53
476
75
92
151
193
52
94
252
48
174
60


494
286
18
111
i58
21

268
22
70
142
34

490
358
132


1
30



i


b606
128
23
42
3
143
,11
18
32
48
1
17
72
13
53
2


Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
University Out-of-
and College State
Public Private College In F
243 86 227
72 13 75
10 4 6
5 4 5
2 3 7
59 30 31
7 3
6 7 6
6 3 4
19 5 26
4 1 29
5 2 5
14 4 4
9 1
22 9 22
3 1 3


Technical, Trade
and Other
lorida Out-of-State
161 :64 ,
19 6
6 5
11 1
8
14 15

9
7
20 8
2
3
43 21
2
18
1 6


180
130
8
22
20


74
5
11
50
8

143
123
20


__~_









Santa Rosa
Allentown
Chumuckla
Jackson
Jay
Milton
Munson

Sarasota
Sarasota Sr. High
Riverview
Venice

Seminole
Lyman
Seminole High
Crooms
Oviedo


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


0021
0061
0131
0141
0151
0161


0051
0181
0221


0101
0181
0251
0421


High 0021
0041
0081
0101


Suwannee
Suwannee Sr. High
Douglas
Branford


Taylor
Taylor County
Jerkins

Union
Union County


0022
0051
0091


High 0031
0051


High 0021


133


366
8
12
17
73
242
14

972
404
398
170

745
277
299
133
36

157
51
15
59
32

231
134
53
44

168
128
40


8
116
4

312
139.
138
35

243
97
117
17
12


29
12
15
2

21
14
4
2
1


1 1







TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


I Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1968 Junior College and College State and Other
School-_ Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Volusia:
Campbell Sr. High
Chisholm
De Land Sr. High
Mainland
New Smyrna Beach
Seabreeze
Southwestern
S T. D. Taylor

Wakulla
Wakulla Co. Hi

Walton
Walton Co. High
Tivoli
Paxton
Freeport

Washington
Chipley
Vernon
Roulhac


536
35
8
85
191
51
134
17
15


3





3


152 93
9 30
8 1
31 30
32 16
11 11
57 -
2 4
2 1


158 7
10
5
29 1
31 3
17
60 1
4
2


6 14
5
2 2
5
4 6
8 2
1 4
1


0746
0949
1453
3436
3839
5836
6343
6633


0071


0031
0071
0101
0141


0021
0051
0101


1,568
154
34
309
483
189
312
51
36


71
45
20
6


80
80

230
124
43
26
37

157
73
60
24








NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


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

mation was received from 88 schools and two schools were included using

the same data as 1967. A total of 4,288 graduates in 1968 is shown. Only

four 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 90 schools reported, 43 (47.77 percent) had

25 or fewer graduates; however, only 12.92 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 InGroup In Group In Group
0 4 4.45% 0 0.0%
1-25 39 43.33 554 12.92
26-50 20 22.22 739 17:24
51-75 6 6.67 402 9.38
76-100 9 10.O00 782 18.24
Over 100 12 13.33 1,810 42,22

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.

0(4) 16 31 58 116
1 18(3) 32 61 122
2 19(6) 37 64 125
4 20 39 69 133
5(2) 22(2) 40 75(2) 136
7(5) 23(4) 43(2) 79 138
10 25 44 82(2) 139
11(2) 26 45 87 152
12(3) 27(2) 46(2) 88(2) 153
13(3) 28 47 89(2) 158
15(2) 30(3) 48 98 165
273

*Schools with -0- graduates either did not operate or had no 12th grade

last year, but anticipate having graduates in June, 1969.
23 -










A comparison of the number of graduates of 1967 and 1968 shows:


1967
Number Percent

High schools reported 77
Total number of graduates 3,772
Entered public junior colleges 1,171 31.04
Entered'private junior colleges 93 2.47
Entered public universities in Florida 397 10.52
Entered private universities or
colleges in Florida 312 8.27
Entered out-of-state colleges 1,061 28.13
Entered technical, trade or other
types of schools 159 4.22
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 579 15.35

More than four out of five (83.61 percent) of the

graduates entered college and an additional 4.85 percent

of formal training. The proportion of non-public school


1968


Number

90
4,288
1,332
102
617

442
1,092

208

495

non-public

continued


Percent



31.06
2.38
14.39

10.31
25.47

4.85

11.54

school

other types


graduates entering


out-of-state colleges (25.47 percent) was almost three times as great as the propor-

tion of public school graduates (9.25 percent) going to college outside

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

trade, or other types of schools (4.85 percent) is slightly more than the

public school graduates (4.28 percent).

Of the 4,288 non-public school graduates reported for 1968, 3,585 or

83.61 percent, entered college during 1968-69. Of these 3,585 graduates

who entered college:

37.15 percent entered public junior colleges
2.85 percent entered private junior colleges
17.21 percent entered public universities in Florida
12.33 percent entered private colleges in Florida
30.46 percent entered out-of-state universities


- 24 -






TABLE 5a

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

I Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
an:d ., .. 1968 Junior College and College State and Other
School _Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Brevard
Fla. Air Academy 64 20 2 6 2 30 -
Central Catholic HS 43 11 13 4 9 1 5

Broward
Cardinal Gibbons High 138 49 11 20 15 31 1
Chaminade High 116 61 15 12 18 --
Madonna Academy 75 42 1 10 6 1 1
The Mills School 5 1 1 2 -
Nowlin Ocean View 19 7 2 -
Palm Cove Beach 12 2 3 4 1 -
Palm Manor 16 3 1 1
S Pine Crest Prep. 98 1 8 14 75 -
S St. Thomas Acquinas 136 65 12 6 19 10
West Hollywood 4 3 1


St. Johns Country Day 23 1 3 19 -

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 19 3 7 8 1 -
Adelphi Preparatory 30 15 2 2 2 3 3 3
Archbishop Curley 122 54 24 8 15 3
Belen Jesuit Prep. 20 12 2 3 1 -
Chris. Columbus High 153 55 17 15 63 -
Carrollton School 23 2 4 2 14 1
Dade Christian School 23 2 17 2
Drexel School 7 2 1 2 -
Deerborne School 22 8 5 2 4 -
Everglades School for
Girls 20 1 1 18
Greater Miami Acad. 19 3 12




TABLE 5a (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County Gr.
and
School
Dade (Contd.)
Hebrew Academy of Miami
Immaculata Academy*
LaSal-le High
The Lear School
Mesivta Sr:.r High of
Greater Miami
Miamif Christian
Miami Military
Monsignor E. Pace High
Notre Dame Academy
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy
Ransom
St. John Vianney Minor
Seminary
St. Patrick School
Southwest Prep School
Westminister Christian
School
Whitefield
Yale School

Duval
Bartram
Bishop Kenny
Bolles
Jacksonville Christian
School
Maranatha Academy

Escambia
Pensacola Catholic
Pensacola Christian School

Highlands
The Highlands School


Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
aduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
1968 Junior College and College State and Other
Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


7
18
69
139
125
75
25

15
28
19


27
273
82

11
7


152
13


4
100
14


1
100
6


*No report received. Data shown is for graduates in June, 1967.







Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy
Names 48 6 2 12 13 9 1 3
Berkeley Prep. School 31 3 1 27
Jesuit High 89 4 50 3 32
Sacred Heart Academy 23 6 7 1 1 1
Tampa Catholic High 88 17 24 9 6 16

Lake
Christian Home and
Bible School 15 2 10 3
Fla. Central Academy 47 10 4 3 1 27 2
Howey Academy 58 10 2 5 5 31 2 2
Montverde School 30 8 2 2 3 7 -

Lee
Bishop Verot High 32 13 1 7 2 6 1

,Marion
Golden Hills Academy 19 4 1 2 5 1 1
Matthews-Scippio Acad. 11 7 1 -

Monroe
Mary Immaculate High 26 10 -3 7

Orange
Bishop Moore 158 43 7 52 2 19 6 5
Ethel Ann Platts School 12 6 5 1

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman 165 50 2 13 18 54 1 1
Graham Eckes 18 1 1 5 6 2 1
Gulf Stream School 2 2 -
Palm Beach Country Day
School 18 12 -1 4 -
Palm Beach Military
Academy, Inc. 7 5 1 -
Rosarian Academy 40 8 1 5 11 14 -
Mr. Sapps School 1 1 -

*No report received. Data shown is for graduates in June,1967.




TABLE 5a (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1968, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

_Number of 1968 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1968 Junior College and CollePe State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Pinellas
Admiral Farragut 61 '6 3 4 33 11 4
Bishop Barry 82 39 9 5 19 7 -
Clearwater Central
Catholic 46 18 9 11 4 1
Notre Dame Academy 88 21 2 16 7 13 11
St. Paul's 13 7 i


Polk
Santa Fe High School*

St. Johns
St. Joseph

St. Lucie
o0 John Carroll High

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney
Prew School of Tutoring

Seminole
Forest Lake Acad.
Sanford Naval Academy

Volusia
Father Lopez
Florida Military
Green Valley


*No report received. Data shown is for graduates in June, 1967.




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