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REPORT 81


REPORT


BUREAU OF RESEARCH
DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY


EDUCATION


FLORIDA
HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATES

1969


APRIL !969


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, COMMISSIONER


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Research Report 81 is a revision of Research
Report 72 prepared by the Bureau of Research
of the Department of Education, State of Florida
(995)










FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969


Research Report 81 presents a summary showing the number of high

school graduates in the spring of 1969 who entered colleges or other schools

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

Research Report 72 dated July, 1969.

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

itation 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, 1969. Corrections cannot be

made for graduates who entered college after this date.

Comparisons of state-wide data for graduates of 1968 and 1969 are made

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

1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969. The data for 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969 are

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

1969 were not operating as senior high schools during the 1969-70 school

year. These schools either have been reorganized, consolidated, or have

been closed and were not required to provide follow-up data on their graduates

when filing accreditation reports. Data for the graduates of these schools

were obtained from local school personnel or estimates were made by the

Department of Education. The co-operation of school personnel in furnishing

this information is gratefully acknowledged.









The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in 1969

was 300 as compared to 324 reporting in 1968. However, the number of graduates

in 1969 was 69,680 as compared to 66,199 graduates in 1968, an increase of

3,481 graduates, or 5.26 percent.

Of the 300 public high schools with graduating classes in 1969, nineteen

schools, 6.02 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only

332 pupils, .48 percent of the total state graduates, were graduated from

these small schools. More than four out of five graduates in 1969, 83.22

percent or 57,881 graduates, came from schools with more than 150 pupils in

the graduating class. There were 48 schools having 500 or more graduating

seniors in 1969. The size of graduating classes ranged from a low of 7 to a

high of 1,063 pupils.


A comparison of the number of graduates of 1968 and 1969 shows:


Public High Schools reporting
Total number of graduates reported
Entered Public Junior Colleges
Entered Private Junior Colleges
Entered Public Universities in Florida
Entered Privated Universities or
Colleges in Florida
Entered Out-of-State Colleges
Entered Technical, Trade, or other
types of the schools
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately


1968
Number Percent

324
66,199
20,959 31.66
578 .87
6,764 10.22

2,188 3.31
6,126 9.25

3,848 5.81

25,736 38.88


1969
Number Percent

300
69,680
21,744 31.21
390 .56
8,093 11.61

2,212 3.17
6,399 9.18

3,997 5.74

26,846 38.53


Of the 3,997 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,

3,506 entered schools in Florida and 491 entered out-of-state schools.


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It can be noted that whereas the total number of graduates in 1969

increased 5.26 percent over 1968, the number of graduates entering:

Public Junior Colleges increased 3.75 percent
Private Junior Colleges decreased 32.53 percent
Public Universities increased 19.65 percent
Private Colleges and Universities increased 1.10 percent
Out-of-State Colleges increased 4.44 percent
Technical and trade schools increased 3.87 percent
No further schooling increased 4.31 percent

Thus 55.74 percent of the graduates of 1969 entered college during

the 1969-70 school year (compared to 55.31 percent in 1968) and an additional

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

in 1968).

Of the 38,839 graduates of 1969 who entered college in 1969-70:

55.98 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
1.01 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
20.84 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
5.70 percent entered Private Colleges and Universities
16.48 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 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969.

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

School graduates by size of graduating class for 1966, 1967, 1968,

and 1969.

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

continuing their education and type of institution entered.

Table 3 is changed from previous years in that it now shows a comparative

county-by-county breakdown of the percent of 1968 and 1969 graduates

who entered college, entered other types of schools, and who did not

continue formal training.

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

entered college by type of institution.

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

4 gives for public school graduates.
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Graduating classes in public schools in 1969 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,


7
12
14(2)
15(2)
16(2)
17(2)
18(2)
19
22
24
25(3)
26(4)
28
29(2)
30(3)
32(3)
33(3)
34(2)
35(3)
36(2)
38
39(2)
40
41
42
43(2)
44
45(5)
46(2)
47
48
49(4)
50(3)
51
52
53(2)
54(2)
56(2)
57
58
59(3)
60
61
62
63(3)


65(2)
66
68
69
70(2)
71(2)
73(2)
74(3)
75
76(2)
78(2)
80
81
82
83(2)
84
85
86(3)
87
88
89(2)
90
91
93(3)
94(2)
95
96(2)
98
100
101(2)
102
103(2)
104(2)
106
109(2)
110
115
117(2)
118
120
122
124
125
126(2)
127


132(2)
133(2)
135
142(2)
146
147
149
152
155
156
164
165
169
170
172(3)
180
186(2)
190(2)
192
193
194
195
198
200
202
204
210
215
216
218
225(2)
227
231(3)
233
240
245
255
257
261
264
266
270(2)
274
282
283


1969


285
293
297
321
322
325(2)
326
338
344(2)
354
355
361
375
388
392
399
400
405
416
418
432
434
436
437
444
445
446
450
451
456
464
465
466
468
473
474
475(2)
476
485
504
509
513
525
529
530


538
541
542
550
553
559
560
565(2)
566
583
587(2)
600
602
614
616
622
630
632
636
641
644
650
655
656
660
670
673
669(2)
701
706
730
793
810
815
850
866
932
939
969
1063


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TABLE 1


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


Size of
Graduating
Class

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


Total


1966
Number of
Schools


347


Percent
of Total
Schools

14.70%7
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


Percent
of Total
Schools

8.64%
18.83
14.20
6.48
17.59
7.41
6.48
7.72
12.65

100.00%


1969
Number of
Schools


19
48
34
30
53
28
16
23
49

300


TABLE la


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


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


196,
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


1961
Number of
Graduates


503
2,289
2,865
1,843
7,983
5,919
7,159
11,118
26,520


Percent
of Total
Graduates

.75%
3.46
4.33
2.78
12.06
8.94
10.82
16.80
40.06


1965
Number of
Graduates


332
1,847
2,151
2,630
7,631
6,910
5,669
10,391
32,119


100.00% 64,190 100.00% 66,199


Percent
of Total
Schools

6.33%
16.00
11.33
10.00
17.67
9.33
5.33
7.67
16.34

100.00%


Percent
of Total
Graduates

.48%
2.65
3.09
3.77
10.95
9.92
8.14
14.91
46.09


Total 63,780


100.00% 69,680 100.00%





TABLE 2


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION ENTERED


Number of Senior College Out-of- Technical, Trade and Other
Counties Graduates Junior College or Univ, State Schools
Spring 1969 Public Private Public Private. Colleges In Florida Out-of-State
Alachua 1,166 259 219 18 79 11 14
Baker 122 39 1 2 2 7
Bay 825 397 30 8 45 19 6
Bradford 223 63 9 3 6 11
Brevard 3.218 1,140 8 403 119 215 139 18
Broward 5,095 1,724 30 557 173 577 154 17
Calhoun 101 37 5 2 4 -
Charlotte 170 41 17 6 19 66 2
Citrus 144 47 2 11 9 2 2
Clay 340 77 42 10 43 23 2
Collier 302 51 6 23 11 16 12 3
Columbia 324 123 34 8 11 48 6
Dade 12,451 4,869 28 1,137 445 1,295 581 14
De Soto 106 10 2 6 9 3
Dixie 74 14 5 1 -
Duval 6,344 1,385 28 592 263 718 169 33
Escambia 2,450 1,045 2 125 19 220 70 17
Flagler 47 13 1 5 2 -
Franklin 66 15 7 2 6 3 2
Gadsden 549 91 118 5 25 79 2
Gilchrist 43 9 4 1 1 1 -
Glades 32 5 1 1 2 2 1
Gulf 149 49 1 10 3 10 5 -
Hamilton 118 25 3 2 6 4 -
Hardee 142 40 17 10 10 9 -
Hendry 119 27 18 1 8 1 -
Hernando 164 28 14 6 12 8
Highlands 300 88 4 28 3 22 27 5
Hillsborough 4,927 848 15 940 160 347 279 51
Holmes 161 54 1 2 17 2








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384
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152
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114
196
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699 209 3 74 31 50 63 6
947 305 8 73 47 84 45 6
964 226 1 317 14 111 53 1
164 49 13 3 4 6 1
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.son 212 75 8 4 9 19 3
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Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Ci- TJohnta


989
94
4,092
198
3,287
457
4,557
2,664
508
3i34


382
22
848
36
1,210
97
1,826
702
179
78


10
1
169

13
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134
4
936
39
347
63
496
358
26
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17
216
71
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126
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513
12
374
21
344
272
11
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37
15
244
29
128
64
340
169
36
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St. Lucie 501 158 8 55 24 22 43 13
Santa Rosa 367 85 15 3 71 50 4
Sarasota 1,090 245 5 147 23 94 62 28
Seminole 721 242 4 98 20 53 48 9
Sumter 178 54 14 4 9 15 -
Suwannee 281 82 14 3 6 9 2
Taylor 172 62 25 1 4 5
Union 70 21 4 3 3 1
Volusia 1,712 581 6 171 81 153 103 17
Wakulla 54 15 5 1 1 -
Walton 179 68 7 2 11 15 1
Washington 143 39 14 7 5-
TOTAL 69,680 21,744 391 8,093 2,219 6,399 3,506 491


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TABLE 3


PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY ENTERING COLLEGE


Comparison of Percent of 1968 & 1969 Graduates who:
Number of Entered Technical, Did Not Immediately
Counties Graduates Entered College Trade & Other Continue Education
1968 1969 1968 1969 1968 1969 1968 1969


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


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


1,142 1,166
134 122
804 825
203 223
3.099 3.218
4,833 5,095
97 101
168 170
149 144
300 340
276 302
335 324
11,606 12,451
89 106
74 74
5,837 6,344
2,311 2,450
29 47
55 66
480 549
45 43
34 32
112 149
115 118
130 142
93 119
132 164
253 300
4,901 4,927
166 161


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
1R 75


42.22
35.29
46.43
37.39
33.73
46.24
49.24
50.99
41.77
46 99


49.31%
36.07
58.18
36.32
58,58
60.08
43.56
48.82
47.92
50,59
35.43
54.32
62.44
16.98
27.03
47.07
57.59
44.68
45.45
41 53


34.88
28.13
48.99
30.51
54,26
45.38
36.59
48.33
46.88
35 _4


2.017. 2.14%
2.24 5.74
4.23 3.03
9.36 4.93
4.84 4,88
4.03 3.36
4.12 3.96
13.10 40.00
3.36 2.78
3.33 7,35
5.07 4.97
8.96 16.67
5.19 4.78
14.61 10.38
4.05
4.71 3.18
4.67 3.55
17.24
7.27 7.58
L 74 14 75


2.33
9.38
3.36
3.39
6.34
0.84
4.88
10.67
6.69
11.80


2.22
2.94
9.82
6.96
8,46
13.98
7.58
5.14
8.04
6_63


54.38% 48.54%
60.45 58.20
37.81 38.79
44.33 58.74
41.01 36,54
35.88 36.57
40.21 52.48
51.78 11.18
60.40 49.31
58,67 42.06
52.90 59.60
42.38 29.01
28.29 32.78
50.56 72.64
66.22 72.97
44.78 49.75
36.96 38.86
41.38 55.32
36.37 49.97
56_46 41 71


55.56
61.77
43.75
55.65
57,81
39.78
43.18
43.87
50.19
46-38


62.79
62.50
47.65
66.10
39.44
53.78
58.54
41.00
46.41
52.80


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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 -.


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St. Lu
Santa
Saraso
Semino
Sumter
Suwann
Taylor
Union
Volusi
Wakull
Walton
Washing
TOTAL


372
437
148
45
692
894
1,061
152
39
229
840
908
245
365
342
860
96
4,064
197
2,868
455
4,375
2,520
494
16A8


384
433
152
46
699
947
964
164
34
212
890
910
283
361
281
989
94
4,092
198
3,287
457
4,557
2,664
508
Sa/.


56.72
50.34
43.24
48 .89
49.42
53.24
66.07
29.61
10.26
42.36
54.05
51.98
55.51
68.77
35.67
61.63
29.17
50.91
45.69
63,25
40.22
61.78
47.34
47.19
81; Qo


53.39
53.81
40.13
41.30
52.50
54.59
69.40
42.07
20.59
45.28
41.57
56.92
57.60
45.71
46,62
66.03
30.85
62.93
46.46
62,88
43,54
63.29
53.12
44.88
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8.60
8.01
9.46
8.89
8.81
2.01
5.18
13.82

12.66
6.67
4.07
2.86
6.85
9.36
6.16
14.58
4.53
4.06
5,13
12.31
6.81
8.93
4.45
A 91


3.91
7.16
8.55
15.22
9.87
5.39
5.60
4.27
5.88
10.38
4.16
4.40
7.07
5.26
7.47
6.47
17.02
6.84
15.15
4.56
14.66
7.64
7.32
7.87
9 An


34.68
41.65
47.30
42.22
41,77
44.75
28.75
56.57
89.74
44.98
39.28
43.95
41.63
24.38
54,97
30.58
56.25
44.56
50.25
31,62
47.47
31.41
43.73
48.36
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42.71
39.03
51.32
43.48
37.63
40.02
25.00
53.66
73.53
44.34
54.27
36.68
35.34
49.03
45.91
27.50
52.13
30.23
38.38
32,55
41.79
29.08
39.56
47.24
AQ 7n


cie 490 501 47.76 53.29 8.37 11.18 43.87 35.53
Rosa 366 367 51.37 47.41 4.37 14.71 44.26 37.87
ta 972. 1,090 60.60 47.16 8.44 8.26 30.96 44.59
le 745 721 59.73 57.84 10.47 7.90 29.80 34.26
157 178 39.49 45,06 8.92 8,43 51,59 46,07
ee 231 281 46.75 37.37 2.16 3.19 51.09 58.72
168 172 45.83 53.49 7.14 2.91 47.03 43.60
67 70 56.72 44.28 2.98 1.43 40.30 54.28
a 1,568 1,712 60.08 57.94 5.74 7.01 34.18 .35.04
a 80 54 25.00 38.89 12.50 1.85 62,50 59.26


230
1 r7


179
141L


50.87
53 50n


49.16
41_96


5.65
5_ 10


8.93
3 50


43.48
41.40


41.89
54 54


66 19 9605 1 57%58Z 57%3-8


II I


II


%3 50 41 96 5 0 35,145


69 680


55-31%


55.74%


5.81%X


5 74%


38.88%


38' 3%


Ston


66 199


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TABLE 4

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public 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


0112
0151
0201
0221
0261
0271
0391


0012
0031


0061
0341


0021
0091


Brevard
Titusville 0011
Cocoa 1011
Melbourne 2011
Eau Gallie High 3011
Merritt Island 4011
Cocoa Beach Jr-Sr.5011
Satellite High 6011


1,166
156
673
41
73
53
80
90

122
96
26

825
504
321

223
193
30

3,218
600
566
529
434
400
257
432


259
37
137
10
15


219
15
161
2
2


1,140
249
300
129
124
99
99
140


403
81
40
47
42
50
57
86


8
6
2

3
1
2

119
41
15
16
15
5
7
20


45
31
14

6
5
1

215
52
25
27
48
9
32
22


139
74
5
3
23

4
30









Broward 5,095 1,724 30 557 173 577 154 17
South Broward 0171 656 244 7 68 24 75 40 -
Pompano Beach 0181 730 214 7 66 25 56 10 4
Stranahan 0211 670 244 4 47 16 88 -
McArthur 0241 701 284 2 35 31 29 34 -
Blanche Ely 0361 132 10 21 8 21 4 2
Dillard 0371 231 45 16 16 36 6 1
Ft. Lauderdale 0951 641 259 74 17 75 28 6
Northeast 1241 468 146 40 8 38 18 -
Nova 1281 392 130 145 17 70 4 -
Plantation 1451 474 148 10 45 11 89 10 4

Calhoun 101 37 5 2 4 -
Blountstown 0021 65 27 4 1 2
Mayhaw 0051 14 1 -
Altha 0101 22 10 1 2 -

Charlotte 170 41 17 6 19 66 2
Charlotte 0031 170 41 17 6 19 66 2

Citrus 144 47 2 11 9 2 2
Citrus High 0031 78 24 2 6 5 -
Crystal River 0121 66 23 5 4 2 2

Clay 340 77 42 10 43 23 2
Clay Jr-Sr High 0041 110 33 12 5 15 2 -
Orange Park 0251 195 35 24 5 24 19 -
Keystone Heights 0301 35 9 6 4 2 2

Collier 302 51 6 23 11 16 12 3
Everglades 0051 19 5 1 1 1 -
Immokalee 0081 52 2 2 3 -
Naples 0151 231 44 6 22 11 13 8 3





TABLE 4 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical Trade
and Number 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Columbia 324 123 34 8- 11 48 6
Columbia High 0061 233 109 27 2 11 41 4
Fort White 0121 16 5 -
Richardson 0151 75 9 7 6 7 2

Dade 12,451 4,869 28 1,137 445 1,295 581 14
Coral Gables 7071 939 326 150 14 217 11 -
Hialeah 7111 932 478 63 21 55 164 -
Mays Jr-Sr High 7161 147 52 11 5 8 15 4
Miami Beach Sr. 7201 650 259 94 65 144 63 -
Miami Carol City 7231 850 327 85 9 65 25
Miami Central 7251 446 220 20 7 10 10 -
**Miami Coral Park 7271 815 257 3 59 16 63 44 2
Miami Edison 7301 418 106 2 27 18 35 3 -
Miami Jackson 7341 542 135 12 28 21 -
Miami Killian 7361 644 248 4 95 34 95 15 3
Miami Norland 7381 866 395 131 60 104 61 2
Miami Northwestern7411 530 171 34 44 68 29 -
Miami Palmetto 7431 793 270 87 28 127 21
Miami Sr. High 7461 969 475 3 56 4 44 38 -
Miami Springs Sr. 7511 669 335 11 40 15 59 15 2
North Miami 7591 1,063 371 3 73 32 94 12 -
South Dade High 7701 338 94 35 11 26 12 -
Southwest Miami 7741 810 345 2 65 34 58 35 1
Douglas MacArthur 7831 30 5 2 8 -

De Soto 106 10 2 6 9 3
De Soto High 0021 106 10 2 6 9 3

Dixie 74 14 5 -1 -
Dixie County High 0021 74 14 5 -1 -

Duval 6,344 1,385 28 592 263 718 169 33
Robert E. Lee 0331 587 160 75 24 163 19 1









Duval (Contd.)
Andrew Jackson 0351 456 87 17 2 21 6 3
Baldwin High 0381 60 9 1 2 1
Technical High 0671 102 8 2 1 2
Paxon Sr. High 0751 553 109 1 18 22 31 15 10
Terry Parker 0861 632 192 93 44 100 44
Englewood High 0901 583 132 17 37 31 52 38 7
Ribault 0961 466 130 65 10 12 4 1
Stanton Voc, 1011 104 1 2 1 -
Matthew Gilbert 1461 172 9 5 20 -
New Stanton High 1531 325 19 32 41 11 1
William Raines 1651 485 33 3 27 22 10 4
Eugene Butler 1681 200 25 8 26 8 6
Duncan Fletcher 2231 399 108 29 30 51 8 4
Wolfson High 2241 565 151 2 98 29 141 5
Nathan B. Forrest 2411 655 221 1 83 18 65 6 5

SEscambia 2,450 1,045 2 125 19 220 70 17
Century 0171 59 14 9 2 6
Escambia High 0281 565 323 36 1 48 2
Pensacola High 0411 587 276 28 8 97 6 2
*Technical High 0421 101 2 2 1 3
J. M. Tate 0521 215 70 5 2 15 4 3
Ernest Ward 0541 45 8 4 2 2
Wedgewood Jr.-Sr. 0591 88 18 6 2 1 7 1
George Carver 0681 29 1 1 2
Ransom High 0791 36 2 1 1 5
Washington Sr. 0811 216 72 23 14 -
W. J. Woodham High0851 509 259 2 25 5 29 39 1

Flagler 47 13 1 5 2 -
Bunnell 0021 47 13 1 5 2 -

Franklin 66 15 7 2 6 3 2
Chapman 0021 48 11 7 1 4 3 2
Carrabelle 0061 18 4 1 2 -

*Estimated by Department of Education
**1968 Graduates





TABLE 4 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Gadsden 549 91 118 5 25 79 2
Chattahoochee 0021 54 30 4 2 -
Greensboro 0051 32 9 2 1 1
Havana 0061 29 7 5 3 3
Northside High 0081 83 2 12 1 7
Carter-Parramore 0231 225 6 71 3 6 62
Shanks High 0211 126 37 24 1 13 6 2

Gilchrist 43 9 4 1 1 1
Trenton High 0021 25 5 1 1 1 1
Bell 0031 18 4 3 -

Glades 32 5 1 1 2 2 1
Moore Haven 0021 32 5 1 1 2 2 1


Gulf 149 49 1 10 3 10 5
Wewahitchka 0021 39 12 1 2 2
Port St. Joe 0061 93 35 1 8 3 8 2
George Washington 0091 17 2 1 1

Hamilton 118 25 3 2 6 4
Hamilton County Hi.0032 56 18 4 2
J.R.E. Lee 0071 62 7 3 2 2 2

Hardee 142 40 17 10 10 9 -
Hardee County Hi. 0021 142 40 17 10 10 9

Hendry 119 27 18 1 8 1
LaBelle 0021 30 5 4 1 1 1
Clewiston 0061 89 22 14 7 -

Hernando 164 28 14 6 12 8
Hernando High 0051 164 28 14 6 12 8









Highlands 300 88 4 28 3 22 27 5
Sebring 0021 117 35 1 15 2 7 4 1
Avon Park 0111 109 42 1 7 1 5 12 2
Lake Placid 0161 74 11 2 6 10 11 2

Hillsborough 4,927 848 15 940 160 347 279 51
Blake High 0281 198 40 1 30 11 20 16 -
Brandon 0321 436 116 2 64 18 27 34 6
Chamberlain 0761 473 74 2 98 23 24 36 5
East Bay 1321 142 25 16 3 6 8
Hillsborough High 1881 706 138 4 204 20 35 48 4
King High 2241 538 89 1 115 25 27 35 2
Leto Comp. 2421 616 96 90 13 29 21 2
Marshall 2841 78 8 12 6 10 3 2
Middleton 3001 245 31 42 7 18 14 4
Pinecrest 3361 45 6 1 2 1
H. R. Plant 3411 636 122 3 164 11 121 22 18
Plant City High 3441 282 23 2 23 6 6 9 3
Robinson High 3731 437 68 74 15 21 25 4
Turkey Creek High 4521 95 12 7 2 3 6

Holmes 161 54 1 2 17 2
Holmes Co. High 0012 71 28 2 5
Poplar Springs 0031 16 3 1
Bethlehem 0041 34 10 1 7 1
Ponce de Leon 0061 40 13 4 1

Indian River 384 114 41 2 48 8 7
Vero Beach 0031 326 102 33 2 42 5 6
Gifford 0081 58 12 8 6 3 1

Jackson 433 196 11 1 25 23 8
Marianna 0021 146 92 5 1 16 5 4
Jackson Co. Tr. 0061 44 10 1 -
Greenwood 0091 7 5 1 -
Union Grove 0101 32 8 3 1
Malone 0121 36 18 2 2






TABLE 4 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Jackson (Contd.)
Sneads 0141 26 16 2 -
Grand Ridge 0181 25 7 1 3 1
Cottondale 0251 43 10 1 1 5 -
St. Pauls 0281 25 4 1 2
Graceville 0301 49 26 2 3 5 -

Jefferson 152 25 18 12 6 8 5
Jefferson Co. High 0021 68 18 12 5 2 2
Howard Academy 0031 84 7 6 12 1 6 3

Lafayette 46 16 2 1 7 -
Lafayette Sr. High 0021 46 16 2 1 7 -

Lake 699 209 3 74 31 50 63 6
Clermont 0051 82 18 1 11 4 9 5 4
Eustis High 0081 124 39 12 2 1 8 -
Groveland 0111 63 7 2 6 6 3 3 -
Leesbrug 0161 227 82 18 15 19 23 2
Mount Dora 0181/ 81 27 16 1 8 6 -
Tavares 0211 63 17 3 2 5 7
Umatilla 0231 59 19 8 1 5 11 -

Lee 947 305 8 73 47 84 45 6
Alva 0091 45 16 1 4 3 -
Cypress Lake 0141 261 115 1 17 11 17 6 2
Dunbar 0161 96 5 1 7 15 3 3 2
Ft. Myers Sr. Hi. 0221 405 130 6 45 20 54 21 2
North Ft. Myers 0311 127 39 4 6 11 -
Gwynne Rehab. Cen. 0051 13 1

Leon 964 226 1 317 14 111 53 1
Leon High 0021 559 136 1 207 9 95 15 -








Leon (Contd.)
Rickards 0051 270 75 62 2 6 38
Florida High 0341 86 13 27 3 8 1
Florida A & M High 0351 49 2 21 2 -

Levy 164 49 13 3 4 6 1
Bronson 0021 24 11 -
Cedar Key 0041 15 6 1 -
Chiefland 0051 51 14 7 3 3
Williston 0091 74 18 5 4 3 1

Liberty 34 6 1 2
Liberty Co. High 0021 34 6 1 2

Madison 212 75 8 4 9 19 3
Madison 0022 101 54 2 6 9 1
Madison Training 0032 46 10 2 3 3 7
Greenville High 0041 26 7 1 2 2
Greenville Training0091 39 4 3 1 1

Manatee 890 267 1 35 19 48 29 8
Manatee County Hi. 0181 451 186 19 14 35 12 4
Palmetto High 0351 109 30 4 2 7 10 1
Southeast High 0431 210 35 1 8 3 2 3
Lincoln Memorial 0491 120 16 4 4 4 3

Marion 910 358 12 55 28 65 31 9
Howard High 0051 100 16 6 6 1 3
Dunnellon 0171 59 21 4 2 3 1
Fesseden High 0211 69 13 4 1 4 -
Lake Weir 0281 103 37 1 10 4 5 10 5
North Marion 0331 104 18 2 1 3 10
Ocala High 0351 475 253 11 29 16 50 8

Martin 283 79 4 23 21 36 13 7
Martin Co. High 0031 283 79 4 23 21 36 13 7





TABLE 4 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Monroe 361 108 1 23 5 28 10 9


Coral Shores 0041 43 8 1 4 -
Key West High 0101 285 87 1 22 1 25 9 9
Marathon 0131 33 13 3 1 -

Nassau 281 66 28 5 32 7 14
Fernandina Beach 0031 155 45 13 4 27 6 14
Peck High 0061 33 4 8 1 -
West Nassau 0191 93 17 7 5 1 -

Okaloosa 989 382 10 134 1 126 37 27
Baker High 0041 71 18 4 3 2
*Crestview 0091 133 35 1 9 1 11 2 6
Laurel Hill 0201 17 4 1 2 -
Niceville High 0211 218 100 14 22 6 19
Choctawhatchee 0581 550 225 9 110 87 26 -

Okeechobee 94 22 1 4 2 15 1
Okeechobee High 0101 94 22 1 4 2 15 1

Orange 4,092 848 169 936 109 513 244 36
Boone 0111 614 123 36 156 22 75 53 15
Edgewater 0121 622 96 38 170 24 124 15 -
Apopka 0281 190 37 4 27 3 9 28
Winter Park 0301 513 88 14 177 10 119 4 2
Ocoee Jr-Sr 0341 87 18 4 6 2 8 2
Lakeview 0351 115 36 6 12 1 12 5 2
Colonial 0661 660 118 19 200 .15 60 18 4
Maynard Evans 0671 416 129 38 51 14 37 45 9
Oak Ridge Jr-Sr 0691 464 142 10 107 7 44 50
Jones 5711 240 35 19 8 25 13 -
Phyllis Wheatley 5741 61 6 7 1 1 2 2
*Charles Drew 5781 53 11 4 1 2 1 -
Wymore Tech. 5801 57 9 3 3 2









Osceola 198 36 39 5 12 29
Osceola High 0081 122 18 25 8 21
St. Cloud 0201 76 18 14 5 4 8

Palm Beach 3,287 1,210 13 347 123 374 128
Jupiter High 0081 117 41 5 5 8 15
Riviera Beach 0151 444 199 45 28 46 13
J. F. Kennedy 0201 149 20 11 7 25 15
Roosevelt 0311 135 11 10 15 16 -
Palm Beach High 0393 325 133 9 27 6 41 9
Forrest Hills 0581 476 217 44 55 20
Lake Worth Sr Hi 0691 388 211 37 14 39 21
Seacrest High 0862 344 134 3 52 8 30 18
Carver 0901 76 4 35 7 -
Boca Raton High 0961 202 60 35 15 45 5
Pahokee 1092 86 31 1 12 5 5 3
North Shore 1431 118 40 11 3 10 -
Belle Glade 1201 132 26 9 3 22 4
S Lake Shore 1232 103 7 2 13 15 1
J. Leonard High 1361 192 76 12 1 10 3

Pasco 457 97 1 63 17 21 64
Pasco Sr. High 0031 169 39 1 32 6 9 18
Moore-Mickens 0082 33 1 4 6 3 -
Zephyrhills High 0101 83 8 13 1 4 11
Gulf High 0261 172 49 14 4 5 35

Pinellas 4,557 1,826 2 496 216 344 340
Boca Ciega 0431 541 251 64 22 39 46
Clearwater 0711 630 346 60 72 43 41
Dixie Hollins 1031 669 217 73 19 45 21
Dunedin 1081 354 120 28 19 18 12
Gibbs 1531 225 45 2 10 12 12 20
Lakewood 2031 344 122 69 18 48 9
Largo 2081 450 192 35 21 28 40
Northeast 2641 525 226 58 9 47 61
St. Petersburg 3781 293 128 28 10 25 34
Seminole 3921 361 114 58 11 26 33
Tarpon Springs 4521 165 65 13 3 13 23
*Estimated by Department of Education







TABLE 4 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County School Graduates
and Number 1969 Junior College
School Public Private


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


Putnam
Palatka Sr.
Central Academy
Crescent City
Interlachen

St. Johns
Hastings
Richard Murray
St. Augustine
Walter Harris

St. Lucie
Dan McCarty
Lincoln Park Acad.


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


0041
0171
0261
0112


0071
0171
0181
0191


0072
0121


2,664
602
91
231
475
65
86
186
204
63
98
255
42
266


508
297
89
73
49

334
35
70
194
35

501
375
126


702
193
28
60
149
14
29
42
51

14
54
9
59


12
3
2
1


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
University Out-of-
and College State
Public Private College In F
358 71 272 1
90 20 121
12 3 5
18 8 16
110 12 14
7 1 3 -
7 2
16 3 9
30 6 22
2 4 21 -
12 10
17 5 10
6 3
31 9 36


technical, Trade
and Other


lorida
69
30
2
19
11

3
12
27


41
8
16


Out-of-State


158
151
7









Santa Rosa 367 85 15 3 71 50 4
Allentown 0021 15 4 6 -
Chumuckla 0061 12 7 1
Jay 0141 56 5 20 1 1
Milton 0151 270 66 15 3 39 48 3
Munson 0161 14 3 6 -

Sarasota 1,090 245 5 147 23 94 62 28
Sarasota Sr. High 0051 445 151 48 13 32 4 20
Riverview 0181 465 54 5 70 4 55 46 6
Venice 0221 180 40 29 6 7 12 2

Seminole 721 242 4 98 20 53 48 9
Lyman 0431 274 111 4 49 8 13 25
Seminole High 0181 264 96 41 9 23 6 2
Crooms 0251 133 17 3 2 9 13 5
Oviedo 0421 50 18 5 1 8 4 2

Sumter 178 54 14 4 9 15
South Sumter High 0021 85 28 5 1 3 3
Wildwood 0081 93 26 9 3 6 12 -

Suwannee 281 82 14 3 6 9 2
Suwannee Sr. High 0022 186 62 7 5 4 -
Douglas 0051 50 7 2 3 1 2 1
Branford 0091 45 13 5 -3 1

Taylor 172 62 25 1 4 5
Taylor County High 0031 172 62 25 1 4 5

Union 70 21 4 3 3 1
Union County High 0021 70 21 4 3 3 1





TABLE 4 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING

Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Volusia 1,712 581 6 171 81 153 103 17
*Campbell Sr. High 0746 152 36 1 10 25 12 7
Chisholm 0949 38 19 1 1
DeLand Sr. High 1453 322 107 1 32 31 22 5 4
Mainland 3436 560 185 42 10 32 70 6
New Smyrna Beach 3839 190 85 1 13 5 15 10 1
Seabreeze 5836 355 131 3 70 6 68 9 3
Southwestern 6343 50 8 2 4 1 2
T. D. Taylor 6633 45 10 2 3 1

Wakulla 54 15 5 1 1
Wakulla Co. Hi. 0071 54 15 5 1 1

Walton 179 68 7 2 11 15 1
*Walton Co. Hi. 0031 125 60 4 1 9 11
Paxton 0101 26 2 3 1 2 -
Freeport 0141 28 6 4 1

Washington 143 39 14 7 5
Chipley 0021 94 31 12 5 5
Vernon 0051 49 8 2 2 -


*Estimated by Department of Education








NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


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

mation was received from 86 schools and two schools were included using the

same data as 1968. The high degree of voluntary cooperation by the non-

public schools is appreciated as only two non-public schools failed to provide

information for this survey. A total of 4,623 graduates in 1969 is shown for

these schools. Of the 88 schools reported, 36 (40.91 percent) had 25 or

fewer graduates; however, only 10.12 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 36 40.91% 468 10.12%
26-50 20 22.73 710 15.36
51-75 13 14.77 817 17.67
76-100 3 3.41 262 5.67
Over 100 16 18.18 2,366 51.18

Graduating class size in non-public schools in 1969 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) 11 23 40 63 115(2)
2 12 25(2) 41 64 117
3 14 26 43 68(2) 119
4 15(2) 28 45 69 125
5 17(2) 29 48 75(2) 132
6(2) 18(2) 31(3) 52(2) 82 136
7(3) 19(3) 33(2) 53 89 156(2)
8 20 35(2) 56 91 165(2)
9(3) 21(2) 36(3) 60 102 190
10 22(2) 37(2) 62 105 192
276


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A comparison of the number of graduates of 1968 and 1969 shows:

1968 1969
Number Percent Number Percent

High schools reported 90 88
Total number of graduates 4,288 4,623
Entered public junior colleges 1,332 31.06 1,358 29.37
Entered private junior colleges 102 2.38 92 1.99
Entered public universities in Florida 617 14.39 733 15.86
Entered private universities or
colleges in Florida 442 10.31 474 10.25
Entered out-of-state colleges 1,092 25.47 1,136 24.57
Entered technical, trade or other
types of schools 208 4.85 238 5.14
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately 495 11.54 592 12.80

More than four fifths (82.04 percent) of the non-public school graduates

entered college and an additional 5.14 percent continued other types of formal

training. The proportion of non-public school graduates entering out-of-state

colleges (24.57 percent) was considerably greater than the proportion of public

school graduates (9.01 percent) going to college outside Florida. The proportion

of non-public school graduates entering technical, trade, or other types of

schools (5.14 percent) is slightly less than the public school graduates (5.72

percent).

Of the 4,623 non-public school graduates reported for 1969, 3,793 or 82.04

percent, entered college during 1969-70. Of these 3,793 graduates who entered

college:

35.80 percent entered public junior colleges
2.42 percent entered private junior colleges
19.32 percent entered public universities in Florida
12.49 percent entered private colleges in Florida
29.94 percent entered out-of-state universities


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TABLE 5a

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Brevard
Fla. Air Academy 52 14 6 2 24 6
Central Catholic HS 63 16 21 2 4 4 4

Broward
Broward Prep School 1 1 -
Cardinal Gibbons High 192 62 12 32 18 58 1 -
Chaminade High 119 48 17 12 20 -
Educational Consultants 2 1 1 -
Fern Hall Private School 12 2 3
Madonna Academy 75 36 2 9 4 1
The Mills School 9 2 1 1 2 2
Nowlin Ocean View 18 7 5 2
Palm Cove Beach 25 2 3 18 7 18
Palm Manor 15 1 1 1 1
Pine Crest Prep. 115 3 1 18 16 76 1
St. Thomas Acquinas 156 64 19 5 24 3
West Hollywood 4 3 -

Clay
St. Johns Country Day 37 2 6 1 26 -

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 21 3 1 5 6 2 1
Adelphi Preparatory 40 20 2 4 2 2 2
Archbishop Curley 125 -
The Bassett School 1 1 -
Belen Jesuit Prep. 19 10 2 5 2 -
Chris. Columbus High 136 61 20 15 28 -
Convent bf the Sacred
Heart 22 1 3 4 13 1
Dade Christian School 28 2 5 10 5




TABLE 5a (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Dade (Contd.)
*Drexel School 7 2 2 --
Deerborne School 35 10 1 4 5 5 10
Everglades School for
Girls 22 -- 1 20 -
Florida Christian School 5 5 -
Greater Miami Academy 11 2 7 -
Hebrew Academy of Miami 6 1 -
Immaculata Academy 132 80 7 13 5 3
LaSalle High 89 40 20 15 10 1 -
The Lear School 20 4 1 10 5 -
Mesivta Sr. High of
Greater Miami 6 1 5 -
Miami Christian 17 6 3 4 1
Miami Military 69 22 1 2 10 28 -
Monsignor E. Pace High 117 56 17 13 9 2 -
Notre Dame Academy 156 76 3 23 14 23 6 2
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy 75 28 2 15 7 10 2 3
Ransom 19 1 1 16 -
St. John Vianney Minor
Seminary 14 1 11 1 -
St. Patrick School 33 16 1 11 4 1 -
Southwest Prep School 17 7 3 1 5 1 -
Westminister Christian
School 18 10 1 3 1 -
Whitefield 3 2 -
Yale School 52 21 4 6 9 5 -

Duval
Bartram 31 1 1 3 1 25 -
Bishop Kenny 276 41 11 100 100 20 2 2
Bolles 82 19 5 68 -
Jacksonville Christian
School 15 4 -


*No report received. Data shown is for graduates in June, 1968.







Escambia
Catholic High School 165 70 8 6 23 6 2
Pensacola Christian School 7 1 3 2
Pensacola Academy of Arts
and Sciences 7 3 1 3

Highlands
The Highlands School 41 1 1 1 3 24 4

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy Names 56 5 19 6 18 2 1
Berkeley Prep. School 35 6 1 28
Jesuit High 105 3 36 3 63
Sacred Heart Academy 33 7 3 9 3 2 1 1
Tampa Catholic High 115 38 1 33 4 20 12

Lake
Christian Home and
Bible School 21 4 12 2
S Florida Central Academy 36 9 4 2 20 1
Howey Academy 64 8 6 9 36 1 1
Montverde School 31 8 4 4 4 8 1 2

Lee
Bishop Verot High 36 10 9 2 1

Marion
Golden Hills Academy 29 11 1 2 4 10
Matthews-Scippio Academy 9 3 1 1 -

Monroe
*Mary Immaculate High 26 10 3 7 -

Orange
Bishop Moore 190 55 2 74 1 16 11 1
Ethel Ann Platts School 10 4 3 1
Hampden DuBose Academy 23 1 1 1 20 -

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman 165 56 26 4 36 4 2
Graham Eckes 31 1 7 10 12 1


*No report received. Data shown is for graduates in June, 1968.







TABLE 5a (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1969, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1969 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1969 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Palm Beach (Contd.)
Palm Beach Military
Academy, Inc. 8 5 1 -
Rosarian Academy 36 4 6 4 3 18 1 -

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut 68 8 6 6 44 1 1
Bishop Barry 91 43 17 11 10 3 -
Clearwater Central
Catholic 48 23 1 4 10 5 1 1
Notre Dame Academy 102 39 22 4 26 7 -

Polk
Sante Fe High School 37 15 7 2 11 -

St. Johns
St. Joseph 43 19 5 5 1 2 6

St. Lucie
John Carroll High 45 33 3 3 6 -

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney 53 24 -2 4 11 3 -
Prew School of Tutoring 19 5 -1 1 4 -

Seminole
Forest Lake Academy 62 7 55 -
Sanford Naval Academy 60 14 2 12 5 21 2 1

Volusia
Father Lopez 68 25 15 3 15 5 -
Florida Military 25 6 3 2 10 1
Green Valley 9 7 -






















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