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Research Report 89 is a revision of Research
Report 81 prepared by the Bureau of Research
of the Department of Education, State of Florida
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FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970


Research Report 89 presents a summary showing the number of high

school graduates in the spring of 1970 who entered colleges or other schools

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

Research Report 81 dated April, 1970.

Data for this report were obtained from card number ten on the atcred-

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 n'ot 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, 1970. Corrections cannot be

made for graduates who entered college after this date.

Comparisons of state-wide data for graduates of 1969 and 1970 art made

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

1967, 1968, 1969, and 1970. The data for 1967, 1968, 1969, and 1970 are

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

1970 were not operating as senior high schools during the 1970-71 school

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

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

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

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

Department of Education. The cooperation of school personnel in furnishing

this information is gratefully acknowledged.







The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in 1970 was

282 as compared to 300 reporting in 1969. However, the number of graduates in 1970

as 71,900 as compared to 69,680 graduates in 1969, an increase of 2,220 graduates,

or 3.19 percent.

Of the 282 public high schools with graduating classes in 1970, twenty-five

schools, 8.87 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only 398 pupils,

.56 percent of the total state graduates, were graduated from these small schools.

More than four out of five graduates in 1970, 82.52 percent or 59,330 graduates,

came from schools with more than 200 pupils in the graduating class. There were

57 schools having 500 or more graduating seniors in 1970. The size of graduating

classes ranged from a low of 9 to a high of 1,084 pupils.*


A comparison of the number of graduates of 1969 and 1970 shows:


1969

Number Percent


Public High Schools reporting
Total number of graduates reported
Entered Public Junior Colleges
Entered Private Junior Colleges
Entered Public Universities in
Florida
Entered Private 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

Of the 3,672 graduates entering

3,235 entered schools in Florida and


1970

Number Percent


300 282
69,680 71,900 -
21,744 31.21 21,819 30.35
391 .56 477 .66

8,093 11.61 8,838 12.29

2,219 3.17 2,210 3.08
6,399 9.18 5,940 8.26

3,997 5.74 3,672 5.11

26,837 38.53 28,944 40.25

technical, trade or other types of schools,

437 entered out-of-state schools.


Percent
Change
1969
to 1970


-6.00
3.19
.34
21.99

9.21

- .41
-7.17

-8.13

7.85


*This range excludes exceptional schools having graduates. These schools are included
in state totals.









A total of 54.64 percent of the graduates of 1970 entered college during

the 1970-71 school year (compared to 55.74 percent in 1969) and an additional

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

in 1969).

Of the 39,284 graduates of 1970 who entered college in 1970-71:


55.54 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
1.21 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
22.50 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
5.63 percent entered Private Colleges and Universities
15.12 percent entered Out-of-State Universities


University Laboratory Schools


The data on these schools are included in all figures representing state

totals. They are not included in totals shown for the county in which they

are located. No data is given for Henderson School, Florida Atlantic University

since this school covers grades K-9.

Florida Technical
Florida University Out of and Trade
Jr. Col. and Col. State
Grad- Pub- Pri- Pub- Pri- Col- In Out of
School County uates lic vate lic vate leges Fla. State

School for the Deaf St. Johns 25 6 1 7
and Blind
Florida High School Leon 86 20 33 1 16 -
(FSU)
Florida A & M Uni- Leon 58 3 26 1 3 -
versity School
P. K. Yonge Lab. Alachua 85 23 2 28 24 2
School (U of F)

Of the total graduates from the four schools above, 20.47% enrolled in

a Florida public junior college; 34.25% enrolled in a Florida public university;

16.93% enrolled in out-of-state colleges; 3.54% entered a Florida trade or

technical school, and 22.83% did not continue their education in the fall of 1970.








Explanation of Tables


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

Schools by size of graduating class for 1967, 1968, 1969, and 1970.

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

School graduates by size of graduating class for 1967, 1968, 1969, and

1970.

Table 3 provides a county-by-county breakdown of the number of graduates continuing

their education and type of institution entered.

Table 4 provides a comparative county-by-county breakdown of the percent of 1969

and 1970 graduates who entered college, entered other types of schools,

and who did not continue formal training.

Table 5 provides a school-by-school breakdown of public school graduates who

continued their formal education after graduation from high school.

Table 6 provides the same breakdown for non-public school graduates that Table 5

gives for public school graduates.







TABLE 1


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


1967


Size of
Graduating
Class

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


Number of
Schools


1968


Percent
of Total
Schools

11.14%
19.35
12 90
7.92
17.89
6.75
5.87
6.45
11.73

100.00%


Number of
Schools


TABLE 2

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


1968


1969


Size of
Graduating
Class

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

Total


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


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


Number of
Graduates

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


Percent
of Total
Graduates

.48%
2.65
3.09
3.77
10.95
9.92
8.14
14.21
46.09


Number of
Graduates

398
1,123
1,827
2,325
6,&97
6,558
6,183
9,459
37,130


Percent
of Total
Graduates

.56%
1.56
2.54
3.23
9.59
9.12
8.60
13.16
51.64


100.00% 66,199 100.00% 69,680


100.00% 71,900 100.00%


1969


Number of
Schools


1970


Total


Percent
of Total
Schools

8.64%
18.83
14.20
6.48
7.41
6.48
7.72
12.65

100.00%


Number of
Schools


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
Schools

8.87%
10.28
10.64
9.57
17.02
9.58
6.38
7.45
20.21

100.00%


1967


1970


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TABLE 3


1970 PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION ENTERED


Number of Senior College
Graduates Junior College or Univ.
Spring 1970 Public Private Public Private


SAlachua
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
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
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1,103
147
873
221
3.432
5,574
103
190
197
357
342
354
12,637
131
76
6,360
2,408
50
55
524
49
20
152
148
136
116
179
299
5,279
155
414
522
147
45
737
1,012
1,018
156
52
170
787
680
231
411
285
998
106
4,185
250
3.453
512
4,878
2,758
520
275
126
363
1,220
862
201
222
167
70
1,694
80
221
1s1


294
35
433
66
1.213
1,601
33
39
45
118
52
94
4,639
14
25
1,537
912
16
10
83
24
2
47
17
52
19
32
105
736
55
132
203
21
13
230
397
250
26
19
73
321
223
90
110
36
388
16
816
39
1.145
88
2,180
723
192
76
7
123
316
247
40
72
55
22
605
8
85
32


15
7
2


153
1
31
9
558
567
1
20
7
23
57
20
1,348
10
2
795
142

4
132
2
4
15
13
12
19
27
19
935
3
43
15
23
1
80
87
282
8
4
5
73
55
31
27
25
106
5
978
48
395
79
531
324
19
24
21
16
165
133
9
5
24
4
141
4
9
23


228

14
4
12


4
2
5
10
9
4
209
7


39
41


5
2
38
18
4


Out-of-
State
Colleges
20
2
46
3
254
587

5
12
33
28
25
1,222
15

579
181

12
22

1
10
18
6
15
15
24
328
5
32
21
2

57
86
55
5

2
59
28
26
34
23
91
10
449
12
338
20
386
203
14
18
10
68
122
62
4
12
13
3
143
3
14
4


TOTAL 71,646* 21,767 475 8,751 2,207 5,897 3,226 437


*Does not include university laboratory schools.


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Technical, Trade and Other
Schools
In Florida Out-of-State
8 1
9 1
22 8
8 2
184 11
144 5
4
7 1
8 1
13 2
7 3
56 8
291 5
9 3
4
238 37
119 17
6
2 1
29 2
1 1
2
11 2
6

7
14 1
8 3
386 50
12 -
10 14
47 8
9 4
5
39 1
42 6
36 8
9 1
1
17 -
35 3
34 2
9
21 8
4 1
26 36
8 1
226 26
23
103 13
50 12
256 29
232 23
36 5
14 1
10 8
27 18
97 12
37 11
3 1
3 4
3 1
4
91 7
12-
24 8
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TABLE 4


PERCENT OF 1970 PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, BY COUNTY, ENTERING COLLEGE


Comparison of


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
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
S- T Jhns


Percent of 1969 & 1970
Entered Technical,
Trade & Other


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St. Lucie 501 126 53.29 34.13 11.18 14.28 35.53 51.59
Santa Rosa 367 363 47.41 57.57 14.71 12.40 37.87 30.03
Sarasota 1,090 1,220 47.16 53.77 8.26 8.93 44.59 37.30
Seminole 721 862 57.84 54.18 7.90 5.57 34.26 40.25
Sumter 178 201 45.06 29.35 8.43 1.99 46.07 68.66
Suwannee 281 222 37.37 40.54 3.19 3.15 58.72 56.31
Taylor 172 167 53.49 55.69 2.91 2.39 43.60 41.92
Union 70 70 44.28 41.43 1.43 5.71 54.28 52.86
Volusia 1,712 1,694 57.94 57.38 7.01 5.78 35.04 36.84
Wakulla 54 80 38.89 18.75 1.85 15.00 59.26 66.25
Walton 179 221 49.16 48.87 8.93 14.48 41.89 36.65
Washington 143 151 41.96 39.07 3.50 5.30 54.54 55.63

TOTAL 69,680 71,900* 55.74% 54.64%* 5.74% 5.11%* 38.53% 40.25%*


*Totals include Laboratory Schools


Comparison of


(


Number of
Graduates
1969
1,166 1
122
825
223
3,218 3
5,095 5
101
170
144
340
302
324
12,451 12
106
74
6,344 6
2,450 2
47
66
549
43
32
149
118
142
119
164
300
4,927 5
161
384
433
152
46
699
947 1
964 1
164
34
212
890
910
283
361
281
989
94
4,092 4
198
3.287 3
457
4,557 4
2,664 2
508
334


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1970
,103
147
873
221
,432
,574
103
190
197
357
342
354
,637
131
76
,360
,408
50
55
524
49
20
152
148
136
116
179
299
,279
155
414
522
147
45
737
,012
,018
156
52
170
787
680
231
411
285
998
106
,185
250
,453
512
,878
,758
520
275


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Entered College
1969 1970
49.31% 47.51%
36.07 26.53
58.18 58.99
36.32 35.75
58.58 63.99
60.08 53.99
43.56 33.01
48.82 43.16
47.92 34.52
50.59 52.38
35.43 44.74
54.32 40.11
62.44 59.93
16.98 29.77
27.03 36.84
47.07 50.10
57.59 52.08
44.68 38.00
45.45 47.27
43.53 45.80
34.88 53.06
28.13 35.00
48.99 50.00
30.51 33.78
54.26 64.71
45.38 57.76
36.59 48.04
48.33 51.17
46.88 42.89
35.40 45.16
53.39 51.69
53.81 46.15
40.13 38.10
41.30 31.11
52.50 52.51
54.59 60.87
69.40 64.64
42.07 28.21
20.59 44.23
45.28 47.06
41.57 60.48
56.92 47.21
57.60 69.26
45.71 47.93
46.62 32.28
66.03 58.72
30.85 33.96
62.93 58.18
46.46 40.40
62.88 59.37
43.54 40.43
63.29 66.57
53.12 50.65
44.88 45.96
47.90 50.91


1969
2.14%
5.74
3.03
4.93
4.88
3.36
3.96
40.00
2.78
7.35
4.97
16.67
4.78
10.38

3.18
3.55
-
7.58
14.75
2.33
9.38
3.36
3.39
6.34
0.84
4.88
10.67
6.69
11.80
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
2.40


1970
0.81%
6.80
3.44
4.52
5.68
2.67
3.88
4.21
4.57
4.20
2.92
18.08
2.34
9.16
5.26
4.32
5.65
12.00
5.46
5.92
4.08
10.00
8.55
4.06
-
6.03
8.38
3.68
8.26
7.74
5.80
10.58
8.84
11.11
5.43
4.74
4.32
6.41
1.92
10.00
4.83
5.29
3.90
7.06
1.75
6.21
8.49
6.02
9.20
3.36
12.11
5.84
9.25
7.89
5.09


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Graduates who:
Did Not Immediately
Continue Education
1969 1970
48.54% 51.68%
58.20 66.67
38.79 37.57
58.74 59.73
36.54 30.33
36.57 43.34
52.48 63.11
11.18 52.63
49.31 60.91
42.06 43.42
59.60 52.34
29.01 41.81
32.78 37.73
72.64 61.07
72.97 57.90
49.75 45.58
38.86 42.27
55.32 50.00
49.97 47.27
41.71 48.28
62.79 42.86
62.50 55.00
47.65 41.45
66.10 62.16
39.44 35.29
53.78 36.21
58.54 43.58
41.00 45.15
46.41 48.85
52.80 47.10
42.71 42.51
39.03 43.27
51.32 53.06
43.48 57.78
37.63 42.06
40.02 34.39
25.00 31.04
53.66 65.38
73.53 53.85
44.34 42.94
54.27 34.69
36.68 47.50
35.34 26.84
49.03 45.01
45.91 65.97
27.50 35.07
52.13 57.55
30.23 35.80
38.38 50.40
32.55 37.27
41.79 47.46
29.08 27.59
39.56 40.10
47.24 46.15
49.70 44.00


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TABLE 5

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1970 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Alachua 1,103 294 20 153 37 20 8 1
Gainesville 0151 850 230 20 125 30 15 6
Hawthorne 0201 50 17 3 1 1 1 1
Newberry 0261 55 12 5 1 2 1
Santa Fe 0271 148 35 20 5 2 -

Baker 147 35 1 1 2 9 1
Baker Co. High 0012 147 35 1 2 9 1

Bay 873 433 31 5 46 22 8
Bay County High 0061 509 280 -25 2 34 14 5
Rutherford High 0341 364 153 -6 3 12 8 3

Bradford 221 66 9 1 3 8 2
Bradford High 0021 221 66 9 1 3 8 2

Brevard 3,432 1,213 13 558 158 254 184 11
Titusville 0011 595 256 76 29 41 117
Rockledge High 1011 625 293 42 20 9 6
Melbourne 2011 573 137 6 100 37 108 27 2
Eau Gallie 3011 464 98 2 89 28 23 22 3
Merritt Island 4011 403 152 -69 19 10 -
Cocoa Beach 5011 276 101 69 6 36 3 3
Satellite 6011 496 176 5 113 19 27 9 3

Broward 5,574 1,601 27 567 228 587 144 5
South Broward 0171 575 201 2 76 29 66 36
Pompano Beach 0181 786 258 10 60 30 52 26
Stranahan 0211 651 185 1 64 25 99 18
McArthur 0241 588 201 2 40 31 26 28
Dillard 0371 223 28 25 8 17 2
Ft. Lauderdale 0951 670 193 7 69 20 92 11
Northeast High 1241 572 97 32 19 43 3 1
Nova High 1281 434 109 1 112 33 119 3
Plantation 1451 525 180 60 18 47 7 2
Hollywood Hills 1651 550 149 4 29 15 26 10 2

Calhoun 103 33 1 4
Blountstown 0021 84 26 1
Altha Public 0101 19 7 4

Charlotte 190 39 4 20 14 5 7 1
Charlotte High 0031 190 39 4 20 14 5 7 1

Citrus 197 45 7 4 12 8 1
Citrus High 0031 98 26 3 1 5 4 1
Crystal River 0121 99 19 -4 3 7 4

Clay 357 118 1 23 12 33 13 2
Clay Jr-Sr. 0041 106 37 1 8 .4 4 2
Orange Park 0252 200 59 17 4 26 9
Keystone Heights 0301 51 22 1 5 -3 -

Collier 342 52 4 57 12 28 7 3
Everglades High 0051 20 5 2 3 2 1
Immokalee High 0081 57 19 5 4 2
Naples Senior 0151 265 28 4 50 12 21 3 2

Columbia 354 94 20 3 25 56 8
Columbia High 0051 258 74 13 2 24 56 8
Richardson 0151 96 20 7 1 1

Dade 12,637 4,639 40 1,348 324 1,222 291 5
Coral Gables 7071 977 304 -149 11 206 10
Hialeah 7111 932 419 111 29 65 34









TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1970 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Dade (Contd.)
Miami Beach 7201
Miami Carol City 7231
Miami Central 7251
Miami Coral Park 7271
Miami Edison Sr 7301
Miami Jackson 7341
Miami Killian 7361
Miami Norland 7381
Miami Northwestern7411
Miami Palmetto 7431
Miami Sr. 7461
Miami Springs 7511
North Miami 7591
South Dade 7701
Southwest Miami 7741
Douglas MacArthur 7831


De Soto
Desoto Co. High

Dixie
Dixie Co. High

Duval
Robert E. Lee
Andrew Jackson
Baldwin Jr-Sr.
Technical Sr.
Paxon Senior
Terry Parker
Englewood
Ribault
Stanton Voc.
Matthew Gilbert
New Stanton Sr.
William Raines
Eugene Butler
Fletcher
Wolfson
Nathan Forrest

Escambia
Century
Escambia
Pensacola
J. M. Tate
Ernest Ward
Beggs Education
Washington
W. J. Woodham

Flagler
Bunnell

Franklin
Chapman
Carrabelle

Gadsden
Chattahoochee
Greensboro
Havana High
Northside
James A. Shanks
Carter Parramore


0021


0021


0331
0351
0381
0671
0751
0861
0901
0961
1011
1461
1531
1651
1681
2231
2241
2411


0171
0281
0411
0521
0541
0801
0811
0851


0021


0021
0061


627
721
495
854
415
640
675
913
530
917
1,031
619
1,084
346
810
51

131
131

76
76

6,360
587
446
70
94
534
634
560
456
106
168
335
514
207
419
595
635

2,408
72
609
559
310
57
41
170
590

50
50

55
32
23


25 1
25 1

1,537 52
160
124
10
12 3
134 5
215
145 3
125
3
17 5
25 5
95
31
72 28
186 2
183 1

912
5
291
285
115
9
2
30
175

16
16


15 9
15 9

4
4


>5 223
'5 24
.6 12
5 3
2
t3 15
14 12
1l 31
41 8
2 1
L4 7
12 30
>9 9
Ll 31
15 7
>7 27
'8 6

42 19

53
LO 2
10 5
1

.9 1
i0 10

3
3


6
6








TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1970 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Gilchrist
Trenton
Bell High


Glades
Moore Haven 0021

Gulf
Wewahitchka 0021
Port St. Joe 0061
Washington 0091

Hamilton
Hamilton High 0032
J.R.E. Lee* 0071

Hardee
Hardee County Sr. 0021

Hendry
LaBelle High 0021
Clewiston 0061


Hernando
Hernando High

Highlands
Sebring Jr-Sr.
Avon Park
Lake Placid

Hillsborough
Blake High
Brandon
Chamberlain
East Bay
Hillsborough Hi.
King High
Leto Comp.
Marshall*
Middleton
Pinecrest
Plant High
Plant City
Robinson
Tampa Bay Area
Turkey Creek

Holmes
Holmes Co. High
Poplar Springs
Bethlehem
Ponce De Leon


0051


0021
0111
0161


0281
0321
0761
1321
1881
2241
2421
2841
3001
3361
3411
3441
3731
4221
4521


0012
0031
0041
0061


179
179

299
113
110
76

5,279
184
451
601
155
671
535
595
78
209
46
645
390
457
150
112

155
76
23
24
32


49
28
21


24
16
8


2
2


52 13
52 13


z
1
1


4
4


J. J
I
1-


1 2
1 2


12 5
12 5


32 3 27 9 15 14
32 3 27 9 15 14


Indian River
Vero Beach


414 132
414 132


43 7 32 10
43 7 32 10


Jackson
Marianna 0021
Jackson Co. Tr. 0061
Greenwood 0091
Union Grove 0101
Malone High 0121
Sneads High 0141
Grand Ridge 0181
Cottondale High 0251
St. Paul 0281
Graceville 0301


*Figures from 1969 report.


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TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1970 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
J.


Jefferson
Jefferson Co. Hi. 0021
Howard Academy 0031

Lafayette
Lafayette High 0021

Lake
Clermont 0051
Eustis 0081
Groveland 0111
Harry/Anna 0121
Leesburg 0161
Mt. Dora 0181
Tavares 0211
Umatilla 0231

Lee
Gwynne Rehab.Cen. 0051
Alva High 0091
Ft. Myers 0221
North Ft. Myers 0311
Cypress Lake 0531

Leon
Leon High 0021
Rickards 0051
Amos Godby 0161
Griffin 0222

Levy
Bronson 0021
Cedar Key 0041
Chiefland 0051
Williston 0091

Liberty
Liberty Co. High 0021

Madison
Madison High 0022
Greenville High 0041
Greenville Train. 0091

Manatee
Manatee High 0181
Palmetto 0351
Southeast High 0431

Marion
Dunnellon 0171
Fessenden 0211
Lake Weir 0281
North Marion 0331
Forest High 0351

Martin
Martin Co. High 0031


147
67
80

45
45

737
110
107
48
1
252
90
74
55

1,012
18
57
491
158
288

1,018
545
250
210
13

156
10
15
64
67

52
52

170
104
39
27

787
454
109
224

680
78
89
106
82
325


21
15
6


23
10
13


51
5
5


L
2


4 4
5


5
5


19
19


90
90


87 39

1 1
49 17
6 9
31 12

282 41
184 32
65 1
33 8


8

1
6
1

4
4


-1
-1


31 13 26 9
31 13 26 9


Monroe
Coral Shores
Key West
Marathon


Nassau
Fernandina Beach 0031
West Nassau 0191


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TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


County
and
School
Okaloosa
Baker
Laurel Hill
Niceville
Choctawhatchee
Crestview

Okeechobee
Okeechobee High

Orange
Boone High
Edgewater
Apopka
Ocoee
Lakeview
Colonial
Evans
Oak Ridge
Winter Park
Jones High
Wymore Tech.

Osceola
Osceola High
St. Cloud

Palm Beach
Jupiter
Kennedy Riviera
Roosevelt
Palm Beach High
Forest Hill
Lake Worth
Carver Seacrest
Carver Junior Hi
Boca Raton
Pahokee
Belle Glade
John Leonard
Gardens High
North Shore

Pasco
Pasco High
Moore Mickens
Zephyrhills
Gulf High


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:
School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
Number 1970 Junior College and College State and Other
Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
iu L J


0041
0201
0211
0581
0601


0101


0111
0121
0281
0341
0351
0661
0671
0691
1.411
5711
5801


0081
0201


0081
0151
0311
0393
0581
0691
0862
S0901
0961
1092
1201
1361
1371
1431


0031
0083
0101
0261


Pinellas
Boca Ciega 0431
Clearwater Except 0691
Clearwater Sr.Hi. 0711
Dixie Hollins 1031
Dunedin 1081
New Gibbs 1531
Lakewood 2031
Largo 2081
Nina Harris 2581
Northeast 2641
St. Petersburg 3781
Seminole 3921
Tarpon Springs 4521

Polk
Lakeland 0031
Haines City 0311
Winter Haven 0481
Ft. Meade 0741


998
47
19
217
559
156


106
106

4,185
547
610
220
87
127
630
420
538
631
320
55

250
165
85

3,453
113
450
108
315
471
389
330
75
277
108
249
200
258
110

512
197
45
83
187

4,878
552
1
635
649
386
239
365
468
27
580
313
487
176

2,758
640
232
566
65


388
14
7
136
231


16 1
16 1


1UO
1

21
84


I


YL

2
25
64


AV JV
6 3
1
3 7
17 25


5 4 10 8
5 4 10 8


1,145
39
174
15
140
189
190
107
1
65
7
24
65
104
25

88
37
3
10
38

2,180
369

338
313
132
50
136
204
2
236
150
170
80

723
148
82
175
23





TABLE (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and Number 1970 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State
Polk (Contd.)
Auburndale 0811 174 57 1 9 3 7 7 3
Bartow High 0901 305 61 17 6 65 1 -
Mulberry 1131 123 12 29 3 11
Kathleen 1181 362 86 19 15 5 23 56 1
Frostproof 1261 51 19 3 4 5
Lake Wales 1311 240 60 -39 9 20 18 6


Putnam
Palatka South
Interlachen
Palatka Central
Crescent City

St. Johns
Murray
St. Augustine
Hastings
Walter Harris


St. Lucie
Lincoln Park 0121

Santa Rosa
Allentown 0021
Chumuckla 0061
Jay High 0141
Milton High 0151
Munson 0161

Sarasota
Sarasota Sr. Hi. 0051
Orange Avenue 0082
Riverview 0181
Venice 0221
Laurel Student Ct.0251

Seminole
Seminole High 0181
Crooms High 0251
Oviedo 0421
Lyman 0431

Sumter
South Sumter 0021
Wildwood 0081

Suwannee
Suwannee High 0043
Branford 0091

Taylor
Taylor High 0031


Union
Union High

Volusia
Deland
Mainland
New Smyrna Beach
Seabreeze
Taylor

Wakulla
Wakulla High

Walton
Paxton
Freeport
Walton Sr. High

Washington
Chipley
Vernon


0021


1453
3436
3839
5836
6633


0071


0101
0141
0271


0021
0051


126
126

363
9
17
55
270
12

1,220
446
15
531
223
5

862
299
124
85
354

201
108,
93

222
188
34

167
167

70
70

1,694
422
654
234
351
33

80
80

221
21
29
171

151
96
55


21 5 10 10
21 5 10 10


15
2

13



7
1

3
3

2

2


24 1 13 3
24 1 13 3

4 3 4
4 3 4


8
8


4
4


3 12
3 12






NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


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

mation was received from all 88 schools surveyed. The high degree of voluntary

cooperation by the non-public schools is appreciated. A total of 4,895 grad-

uates in 1970 is shown for these schools. Of the 88 schools surveyed, 35

(39.77 percent) had 25 or fewer graduates; however, only 9.74 percent of the

non-public school graduates came from these schools. Small graduating classes

are common with non-public schools since some 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 35 39.77% 477 9.74%
26-50 23 26.14 866 17.69
51-75 9 10.23 532 10.87
76-100 7 7.95 622 12.71
Over 100 14 15.91 2,398 48.99

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1969 and 1970 shows:

1969 1970
Number Percent Number Percent

High schools reported 88 88
Total number of graduates 4,623 4,895
Entered public junior
colleges 1,358 29.37 1,613 32.95
Entered private junior
colleges 92 1.99 59 1.21
Entered public univer-
sities in Florida 733 15.86 838 17.12
Entered private univer-
sities or colleges in
Florida 474 10.25 386 7.88
Entered out-of-state
colleges 1,136 24.57 1,202 24.56
Entered technical, trade
or other types of schools 238 5.15 196 4.00
Did not go on to further
education or training
immediately 592 12.81 601 12.28


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More than four-fifths (83.72 percent) of the non-public school graduates entered

college and an additional 4.00 percent continued other types of formal training.

The proportion of non-public school graduates entering out-of-state colleges (24.56

percent) was considerably greater than the proportion of public school graduates

(8.26 percent) going to college outside Florida. The proportion of non-public

school graduates entering technical, trade, or other types of schools (4.00 percent)

is less than the public school graduates (5.11 percent) that entered a technical or

trade school.

Of the 4,895 non-public school graduates reported for 1970, 4,098 or 83.72 per-

cent, entered college during 1970-71. Of these 4,098 graduates who entered college:


39.36 percent entered public junior colleges
1.44 percent entered private junior colleges
20.45 percent entered public universities in Florida
9.42 percent entered private colleges in Florida
29.33 percent entered out-of-state universities


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TABLE 6

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:


County Gradu
and 197(
School

Brevard
Central Catholic High 5:
Florida Air Academy 6:

Broward
Broward Prep School
Cardinal Gibbons High 19;
Chaminade High School 14
Educational Consultants
Fern Hall Private School I
Madonna Academy 7
The Mills School 1
Nowlin Ocean View School 2
Palm Cove Beach School 1
Palm Manor Private 1
Pine Crest School 9
St. Thomas Aquinas High 15
West Hollywood Private

Clay
St. Johns Country Day 3

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 2
Adelphi School 4
Archbishop Curley High 12
The Bassett School
Belen Jesuit Prep School 1
Carrollton School for Girls
Christopher Columbug High 1l
Dade Christian School
Deerborne School
Drexel School
Everglades School for Girls
Florida Christian
Gables Academy
Greater Miami Academy
The Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami
Immaculata-LaSalle 2:
The Lear School
Mesivta High School of
Greater Miami
Miami Christian School
Miami Military Academy
Miami Shores Prep
Monsignor E. Pace High 1!
Notre Dame Academy 1I
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy
Ransom School for Boys
St. John Vianney Minor
Seminary
St. Patricks School
Southwest Preparatory
Westminster Christian
Yale School L

Duval
Bartram School
Bishop Kenny High 2;
The Bolles School
Jacksonville Episcopal

Escambia
Catholic High School 1I
Pensacola Academy of Arts
and Sciences 2


rates
0


Junior College
Pubhl c Private


University Out-of Technical, Trade
and College State and Other
Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


23 14 1 9
11 3 4 30


6 2 26


20 5 25

7 13


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TABLE 6 (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1970, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1970 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and 1970 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Escambia (Contd.)
Pensacola Christian 18 8 8 1
Pensacola School of
Liberal Arts 5 3 1

Highlands
The Highlands School 43 4 1 1 32 2 1

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy Names 50 5 -18 7 18 1 1
Berkeley Preparatory 41 8 1 -
Jesuit High School 103 8 -43 50
Sacred Heart Academy 15 5 -3 -4 3
Tampa Catholic High 146 53 -56 5 7 13 2

Lake
Florida Central Academy 45 7 6 3 28 1 -
Howey Academy 63 12 -6 6 37 1
Montverde Academy 40 9 1 7 4 15 3 1

Lee
Bishop Verot High 38 16 2 11 1 5 1

Manatee
Nicholson School of 6 4 1 -
Bradenton

Marion
Golden Hills Academy 20 2 2 16
Matthews-Scippio Academy 23 13 2 1

Orange
Bishop Moore High School 212 50 3 87 8 21 2 1
Orlando Christian School 1 -
Platts Private School 16 2 4 3 3 1
Trinity Preparatory 26 3 9 1 13

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman High 192 78 42 3 32 3 3
Graham-Eckes School 40 1 3 10 8 18
Palm Beach Military Academy 18 10 1 1 3 1
Rosarian Academy 35 4 6 1 19 -
St. Andrews School 45 1 6 6 29

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut Academy 56 9 5 38
Bishop Barry High School 84 39 20 6 10 2
Clearwater Catholic 61 35 2 4 6 2 2
Notre Dame Academy 98 35 17 2 3 1 2

Polk
Santa Fe High School 51 12 15 3 18 2

St. Johns
St. Joseph Academy 26 8 5 3 3 2

St. Lucie
John Carroll High 42 25 5 3

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney High* 60 19 2 8 6 16 9
The Prew School 17 6 2 1 8

Seminole
The Sanford Naval Academy 50 9 2 4 19 2

Volusia
Father Lopez High School 82 36 2 9 7 15 10
Florida Military School 26 8 10 3 5




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