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REPORT 96
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REPORT


BUREAU OF RESEARCH
DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY


EDUCATION


FLORIDA
HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATES


1971



APRIL 1972


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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN. COMMISSIONER


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Research Report 96 is a revision of Research
Report 89 prepared by the Bureau of Research
of the Department of Education, State of Florida.
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FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971


The purpose of this report is to summarize information on the number

of Florida public and non-public high school graduates who entered colleges

or other schools in the spring of 1971 and the types of institutions

entered in each case. It represents an updating of Research Report 89

dated March, 1971.'

Data on public high school graduates used in the report were obtained

from state accreditation reports completed by each high school principal

in the state. Data for non-public high school graduates were obtained

by means of a special survey of private schools conducted by the Bureau of

Research. 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 included in the report. All data

are reported as of December; 1971. Corrections cannot be made for graduates

who entered college after this date.

Comparisons of statewide data for graduates of 1970 and 1971 are made

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

1968, 1969, 1970, pnd 1971. The data for 1968, 1969, 1970, and 1971 are

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

1971 were not operating as senior high schools during the 1971-72 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 cooperation of. school personnel in furnishing

this and other information included in the report is gratefully acknowledged.








The number of public high schools reporting graduating classes in 1971 was

262 as compared to 282 reporting in 1970. However, the number of graduates in 1971

was 75,649 as compared to 71,900 graduates in 1970, an increase of 3,749 graduates,

or 5.21 percent.

Of the 262 public high schools with graduating classes in 1971, seventeen

schools, 6.49 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only 247 pupils,

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

More than four out of five graduates in 1971, 86.46 percent or 65,403 graduates,

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

61 schools having 500 or more graduating seniors in 1971. The size of graduating

classes ranged from a low of 1 to a high of 1,125 pupils.


A comparison of the number of graduates of 1970 and 1971 shows:


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


1970

Number Percent

282
71,900
21,819 30.35
477 .66

8,838 12.29

2,210 3.08
5,940 8.26

3,672 5.11

28,944 40.25


1971

Number Percent

262 -
75,649
23,216 30.69
373 .49

8,540 11.29

2,006 2.65
5,785 7.65

3,732 4.93

31,997 42.30


Of the 3,732 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,

3,269 entered schools in Florida and 463 entered out-of-state schools.


Percent
Change
1970
to 1971

-7.09
5.21
6.40
-21.80

-3.37

-9.23
-2.61

1.63

10.55








A total of 52.77 percent of the graduates of 1971 entered college during

the 1971-72 school year (compared to 54.64 percent in 1970) and an additional

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

in 1970).

Of the 39,920 graduates of 1971 who entered college in 1971-72:


58.16 percent
.93 percent
21.39 percent
5.03 percent
14.49 percent


entered Public Junior Colleges
entered Private Junior Colleges
entered Public Universities in Florida
entered Private Colleges and Universities
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.


School

School for the Deaf
and Blind
Florida High School
(FSU)
Florida A & M Uni-
versity School
P.K. Yonge Lab.
School (U of F)


Grad-
County uates

St. Johns 19

Leon 85

Leon 41

Alachua 89


Florida
Jr.Col.
Pub- Pri-
lic vate

2 -

26

3 -

13


Florida
University
and Col.
Pub- Pri-
lic vate

2

38 1

25

33 2


Out of
State
Col-
leges

1

9


Technical
and Trade

In, Out of
Fla. State

10

2


25 2


Of the total graduates from the four schools above, 18.80% enrolled in

a Florida public junior college; 41.88% enrolled in a Florida public university;

14.96% enrolled in out-of-state colleges; 5.98% entered a Florida trade or

technical school, and 17.09% did not continue their education in the fall of

1971.


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Explanation of Tables


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

Schools by size of graduating class for 1968, 1969, 1970, and 1971.


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

School graduates by size of graduating class for 1968, 1969, 1970, and

1971.


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 1970

and 1971 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


1968


1969


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


Total


Percent
of Total
Schools

8.64%
18.83
14.20
6.48
17.59
7.41
6.48
7.72
12.65

100.00%


Number of
Schools

19
48
34
30
53
28
16
23
49

300


Percent
of Total
Schools

6.33%
16.00
11.33
10.00
17.67
9.33
5.33
7.67
16.34

100.00%


Number of
Schools

25
29
30
27
48
27
18
21
57

282


TABLE 2


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


1968


1969


1970


Size of
Graduating
Class

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


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 Number of
Graduates Graduates


.48%
2.65
3.09
3.77
10.95
9.92
8.14
14.91
46.09


398
1,123
1,827
2,325
6,897
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


Number of
Graduates

247
1,002
1,108
2,046
5,609
7,452
7,582
9,313
41,056


Percent
of Total
Graduates

.33%
1.33
1.47
2.71
7.44
9.88
10.05
12.35
54.44


100.00% 75,415 100.00%


69,680 100.00% 71,900


1970


1971


Percent
of Total
Schools

8.87%
10.28
10.64
9.57
17.02
9.58
6.38
7.45
20.21

100.00%


Number of
Schools

17
25
19
24
40
30
21
21
61

258


Percent
of Total
Schools

6.59%
9.69
7.37
9.30
15.50
11.63
8.14
8.14
23.64

100.00%


1971


_


66,199 100.00%


Total










TABLE 3


1971 PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION ENTERED


Number of Senior College Out-of- Technical, Trade and Other
Graduates Junior College or University State Schools
Spring 1971 Public Private Public Private Colleges In Florida Out-of-State
Alachua 1,233 208 177 9 51 16 1
Baker 153 28 1 4 -
Bay 961 382 37 3 38 9 7
Bradford 211 73 11 7
Brevard 3.507 1,327 17 598 155 279 212 8
Broward 6,148 1,950 33 601 160 591 156 36
Calhoun 115 51 3 5
Charlotte 268 48 3 30 4 13 15 2
Citrus 195 64 11 2 7 13 1
Clay 398 137 3 37 7 32 18 1
Collier 483 68 2 65 15 58 13 2
Columbia 353 109 29 15 53 4
Dade 13,283 4,795 41 1,279 348 1,096 526 21
De Soto 128 24 2 12 3 5 5 6
Dixie 83 16 2 1 4 6 -
Duval 6,475 1,632 25 607 242 476 132 50
Escambia 2,362 852 8 137 11 202 138 19
Flagler 50 10 1 1 6 5
Franklin 77 29 7 5 1 -
Gadsden 498 60 88 6 23 51 6
Gilchrist 56 18 2 5 1 3
Glades 39 3 1 1 8 3 1
Gulf 120 32 11 2 13 6 1
Hamilton 124 31 1 1 5 2
Hardee 146 36 2 3 5 11 1
Hendry 117 17 1 18 1 6 6 1
Hernando 164 25 -15 11 10 17 4
Highlands 334 98 2 18 7 26 24 1
Hillsborough 5,089 815 39 877 100 247 325 23
Holmes 169 73 5 11 18 1
Indian River 454 133 1 27 6 56 19 5
Jackson 446 216 7 37 30 13
Jefferson 119 20 12 9 15
Lafayette 34 14 6
Lake 749 218 2 58 9 55 37 22
Lee 1,139 366 6 95 17 52 35 4
Leon 1,092 212 45 250 26 50 25 3
Levy 160 49 3 5 1 9 10 3
Liberty 40 10 7 2
Madison 189 51 11 4 12
Manatee 956 339 2 47 20 48 23 2
Marion 975 314 10 69 25 53 20
Martin 255 88 1 39 9 16 9 3
Monroe 460 145 6 29 9 31 20 4
Nassau 324 59 24 10 20 13 3
Okaloosa 1,177 438 -93 7 179 18 22
Okeechobee 133 34 11 3 9 6
Orange 4,500 955 42 996 178 337 289 30
Osceola 292 61 25 7 17 7 4
Palm Beach 3.500 1.143 37 403 134 304 92 13
Pasco 526 107 4 71 14 26 29 4
Pinellas 5,132 2,116 14 563 177 413 326 15
Polk 2,697 835 6 280 74 233 153 32
Putnam 491 121 2 75 1 3 27 3
St. Johns 272 80 38 14 11 24 4
St. Lucie 473 161 1 26 9 24 22 3
Santa Rosa 476 199 9 3 56 4 3
Sarasota 1,202 315 14 135 55 225 93 16
Seminole 879 252 119 20 37 17 3
Sumter 175 39 9 3 6 7 1
Suwannee 266 71 -15 2 18 17
Taylor 196 74 1 17 -2 2
Union 82 20 2 1 6
Volusia 1,767 787 -170 75 120 40 46
Wakulla 76 12 -2 3 2
Walton 213 67 9 25 2
Washington 159 40 15 9 13-

TOTAL 75,415* 23,172 373 8,442 2,003 5,750 3,255 463


*Does not include university laboratory schools.










TABLE 4

PERCENT OF 1971 PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, BY COUNTY, ENTERING COLLEGE


Comparison of Percent of 1970 & 1971


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
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


TOTAL 71,900* 75,649* 54.64%* 52.77%* 5.11%* 4.93%* 40.25%* 42.30%*


*Totals include Laboratory Schools.


Number of
Graduates
1970
1,103
147
873
221
3,432
5,574
103
190
197
357
342
354
12,637 1:
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
151


1971
1,233
153
961
211
3,507
5,148
115
268
195
398
483
353
3,283
128
83
6,475
2,362
50
77
498
56
39
120
124
146
117
164
334
5,089
169
454
446
119
34
749
1,139
1,092
160
40
189
956
975
255
460
324
1,177
133
4,500
292
3,500
526
5,132
2,697
491
272
473
476
1,202
879
175
266
196
82
1,767
76
213
159


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Entered
1970
47.51%
26.53
58.99
35.75
63.99
53.99
33.01
43.16
34.52
52.38
44.74
40.11
59.93
29.77
36.84
50.10
52.08
38.00
47.27
45.80
53.06
35.00
50.00
33.78
64.71
57.76
48.04
51.17
42.89
45.16
51.69
46.15
38.10
31.11
52.51
60.87
64.64
28.21
44.23
47.06
60.48
47.21
69.26
47.93
32.28
58.72
33.96
58.18
40.40
59.37
40.43
66.57
50.65
45.96
50.91
34.13
57.57
53.77
54.18
29.35
40.54
55.69
41.43
57.38
18.75
48.87
39.07


College
1971
36.09%
18.95
47.87
43.13
67.75
54.25
46*96
36.57
43.08
54.27
43.06
43.34
56.91
35.94
27.71
46.05
51.23
36.00
53.25
35.54
44.64
33.33
48.34
30.65
31.51
36.75
37.20
45.21
40.83
52.66
49.12
58.30
34.45
41.18
45.66
47.06
53.39
41.88
42.50
34.92
47.70
48.31
60.00
47.82
34.88
60.92
42.86
55.73
37.67
57.74
42.21
63.97
52.95
41.14
52.57
46.72
56.09
61.90
48.69
32.57
39.85
47.96
35.37
65.19
22.37
47.42
40.25


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Entered
Trade
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
14.28
12.40
8.93
5.57
1.99
3.15
2.39
5.71
5.78
15.00
14.48
5.30


~


~


Technical,
& Other
1971
1.38%
2.62
1.66
-
6.27
3.12
4.35
6.34
7.18
4.77
3.11
16.15
4.12
8.59
7.23
2.81
6.65
10.00
1.30
11.45
7.14
10.26
5.83
1.61
8.22
5.98
12.80
7.48
6.84
11.24
5.29
9.64
12.61
17.64
7.88
3.42
2.56
8.12
5.00
6.35
2.61
2.05
4.71
5.22
4.94
3.40
4.51
7.09
3.77
3.00
6.27
6.65
6.86
6.11
10.30
5.29
1.47
9.07
2.28
4.57
6.39
1.02

4.87
2.63
.94
8.18


~


Graduates Who:
Did Not Immediately
Continue Education
1970 1971
51.68% 62.53%
66.67 78.43
37.57 50.47
59.73 56.87
30.33 25.98
43.34 42.63
63.11 48.69
52.63 57.09
60.91 49.74
43.42 40.96
52.34 53.83
41.81 40.51
37.73 38.97
61.07 55.47
57.90 65.06
45.58 51.14
42.27 42.12
50.00 54.00
47.27 45.45
48.28 53.01
42.86 48.22
55.00 56.41
41.45 45.83
62.16 67.74
35.29 60.27
36.21 57.27
43.58 50.00
45.15 47.31
48.85 52.33
47.10 36.10
42.51 45.59
43.27 32.06
53.06 52.94
57.78 41.18
42.06 46.46
34.39 49.52
31.04 44.05
65.38 50.00
53.85 52.50
42.94 58.73
34.69 49.69
47.50 49.64
26.84 35.29
45.01 46.96
65.97 60.18
35.07 35.68
57.55 52.63
35.80 37.18
50.40 58.56
37.27 39.26
47.46 51.52
27.59 29.38
40.10 40.19
46.15 52.75
44.00 37.13
51.59 47.99
30.03 42.44
37.30 29.03
40.25 49.03
68.66 62.86
56.31 53.76
41.92 51.02
52.86 64.63
36.84 29.94
66.25 75.00
36.65 51.64
55.63 51.57


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151 39.07 40.25


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~


~


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TABLE 5

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Alachua
Gainesville
Hawthorne
Newberry
Santa Fe

Baker
Baker Co. High


Bay County High
Rutherford High

Bradford
Bradford High

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

Broward
Pompano Beach
Dillard
Ft. Lauderdale
Northeast
Stranahan
Plantation
Hollywood Hills
South Broward
McArthur
Nova High

Calhoun
Blountstown
Altha

Charlotte
Charlotte High

Citrus
Citrus High
Crystal River

Clay
Orange Park
Keystone Heights
Clay High

Collier
Everglades
Immokalee High
Naples Senior

Columbia
Columbia High

Dade
Coral Gables Sr.
Hialeah
Miami Beach Sr.
Miami Carol City
Miami Central
Miami Coral Park
Miami Edison
Miami Jackson
Miami Killian
Miami Norland


1,233
958
64
90
121


0012


0061
0341


0021


0011
1011
1121
2011
3011
4011
5011
6011


1018
2037
2095
2124
3021
3145
4166
5017
5024
6128


0021
0101


153 28
153 28


211 73
211 73


3,507
637
297
317
547
479
450
270
510

6,148
899
222
662
631
700
681
580
607
734
432

115
90
25


-1-
- 1-


-11
S11


7
7


1,327
258
133
107
144
113
245
136
191

1,950
272
50
219
234
212
198
192
152
257
164

51
41
10


268 48 3 30 4 13 15
268 48 3 30 4 13 15


0252
0301
0341


0051
0081
0151


0061


7071
7111
7201
Sr. 7231
7251
7271
7301
7341
7361
7381


483 68
13 1
80 17
390 50

353 109
353 109


13,283
972
1,018
627
850
605
818
412
558
722
987


4,795
273
518
167
257
165
371
124
123
239
452


29
29

41 1,279
131
71
172
-42
5 9
56
5 32
S31
3 50
179


32
16
6
10

58

4
54

15
15

1,096
214
64
141
36
12
35
48
10
53
90









TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates Iniversity Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Dade (Contd.)
Miami Northwestern
Miami Palmetto
Miami Sr.
Miami Springs
North Miami
South Dade
Southwest Miami
Douglas MacArthur

De Soto
De Soto County

Dixie
Dixie County

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

Escambia
Century Sr.
Escambia High
Pensacola High
J. M. Tate
Ernest Ward
Beggs Education
Washington
W. J. Woodham
George Stone Voc.

Flagler
Bunnell

Franklin
Chapman
Carrabelle

Gadsden
Chattahoochee
Greensboro
Havana
James A. Shanks

Gilchrist
Trenton
Bell


513 145 12 15 18
986 246 4 123 16 143
1,125 473 2 33 5 28
676 351 22 64 19 62
975 431 168 11 71
514 109 28 3 32
873 347 78 2 39
52 4 -

128 24 2 12 3 5
128 24 2 12 3 5

83 16 2 1 4
83 16 2 1 4


6,475
579
497
55
153
609
696
629
482
400
569
457
622
727

2,362
81
582
337
347
50
46
331
414
174


1,632
161
62
7
6
151
251
202
135
45
105
110
173
224

852
6
285
142
80
4

123
189
23


50 10 1 1 6
50 10 -1 1 6


39 3
39 3


Glades
Moore Haven

Gulf
Port St. Joe
Wewahitchka

Hamilton
Hamilton High

Hardee
Hardee County


S1 1 8
S1 1 8


124 31 1 1 5
124 31 1 1 5

146 36 2 3 5
146 36 2 3 5









TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Hendry 117 17 1 18 1 6 6 1
Labelle 0021 40 5 1 4 5 1 1
Clewiston 0061 77 12 14 1 1 5

Hernando 164 25 15 11 10 17 4
Hernando 0051 164 25 15 11 10 17 4

Highlands 334 98 2 18 7 26 24 1
Lake Placid 0161 82 11 2 4 3 9 2
Sebring 0221 142 62 6 3 7 3 1
Avon Park 0231 110 25 8 1 10 19

Hillsborough 5,089 815 39 877 100 247 325 23
Blake 0284 127 12 20 6 12 12
Brandon 0321 509 103 4 73 19 19 24 1
Chamberlain 0761 618 80 5 131 12 30 26 6
East Bay 1321 170 12 8 2 1 8
Middleton High 1881 641 128 1 112 5 30 29 1
King 2241 529 79 13 112 10 19 23 3
Leto Comp. :2421 627 123 6 121 4 25 27
Pinecrest 3361 49 3 3 -
Plant High 3411 719 160 4 174 24 83 64 3
Plant City High 3441 371 15 52 6 4 72
Robinson 3731 457 57 1 60 8 19 28 9
Tampa Bay Area 4221 160 20 5 5 2 2 5
Turkey Creek 4521 112 23 6 2 3 7

Holmes 169 73 5 11 18 1
Holmes County 0012 79 42 4 7 12
Poplar Springs 0031 15 1 1
Bethlehem High 0041 33 17 2
Ponce De Leon 0061 42 13 1 3 4

Indian River 454 133 1 27 6 56 19 5
Vero Beach 0031 454 133 1 27 6 56 19 5

Jackson 446 216 7 37 30 13
Marianna 0021 193 110 -4 23 15 10
Greenwood 0091 22 11 2
Malone 0121 39 20 4 1 2
Sneads 0141 33 10 3
Grand Ridge 0181 37 10 2
Cottondale 0251 61 24 2 8
Graceville 0301 61 31 3 3 4 1

Jefferson 119 20 12 9 15
Jefferson County 0021 119 20 12 9 15

Lafayette 34 14 6
Lafayette High 0021 34 14 6

Lake 749 218 2 58 9 55 37 22
Clermont 0051 86 27 2 1 4 7 1
Eustis 0081 143 32 1 20 1 19 5 1
Groveland 0111 64 13 9 5 1
Harry/Anna 0121 1 -
Leesburg Sr. 0161 265 89 13 6 15 16
Mt. Dora 0181 100 23 1 11 1 3 4 17
Tavares 0211 60 17 2 9 1 3
Umatilla 0231 30 17 1 3

Lee 1,139 366 6 95 17 52 35 4
Alva 0091 63 21 4 2 1 4 1
Ft. Myers 0221 543 181 1 47 6 21 17 1
North Ft. Myers 0311 166 48 12 2 9
Cypress Lake 0531 367 116 5 32 9 28 5 2

Leon 1,092 212 45 250 26 50 25 3
Leon High 0021 445 121 27 173 16 29 4
Rickards 0051 271 50 2 60 2 9 1 1
Amos Godby 0161 376 41 16 17 8 12 20 2


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TABLE 5 (Contd.)


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Con Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public private ulic Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Levy 160 49 3 5 1 9 10 3
Bronson 0021 20 4 2 2 1
Cedar Key 0041 6 1 1
Chiefland 0051 53 24 2 1 1 3
Williston 0091 81 21 1 1 7 5 3


Liberty
Liberty Co. High

Madison
Madison High
Greenville High

Manatee
Manatee High
Palmetto
Southeast

Marion
Dunnellon
Lake Weir
North Marion
Forest
Vanguard

Martin
Martin County High

Monroe
Coral Shores
Key West
Marathon

Nassau
Fernandina Beach
West Nassau

Okaloosa
Baker
Laurel Hill
Niceville
Choctawhatchee
Crestview

Okeechobee
Okeechobee High

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

Osceola
Osceola High
St. Cloud

Palm Beach
Jupiter Jr-Sr.
Suncoast High
Twin Lakes
Forest Hill
Lake Worth
Atlantic
Boca Raton High


40 10 7
40 10 7


255 88 1 39 9 16
255 88 1 39 9 16


460
76
334
50

324
230
94

1,177
53
19
284
641
180


0101


0111
0121
0281
0341
0351
0661
0671
0691
1411
5711
5801


0081
0201


0081
0151
0393
0581
0691
0862
0961


133 34 11 3 9
133 34 11 3 9


4,500
585
561
237
108
128
630
544
596
784
274
53

292
204
88

3,500
115
260
442
399
410
411
292


1,143
47
102
162
127
220
129
44









TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Palm Beach (Contd.)
Pahokee Jr-Sr 1092 116 27 1 10 10
Glades Central 1201 226 38 17 6 32 1 1
J. Leonard 1361 348 82 2 15 5 11 4 1
Palm Beach Gardens 1371 363 120 3 81 18 32 10 1
North Shore 1431 118 45 8 4 3 3

Pasco 526 107 4 71 14 26 29 4
Pasco Area Comp. 0031 237 24 2 53 9 11 13 2
Zephyrhills 0101 106 13 13 2 7 7 2
Gulf High 0261 183 70 2 5 3 8 9

Pinellas 5,132 2,116 14 563 177 413 326 15
Boca Ciega 0431 630 240 71 14 42 55
Clearwater 0711 681 285 7 95 19 62 23 2
Dixie Hollins 1031 649 239 1 29 15 48 27 5
Dunedin 1081 388 184 47 9 27 28 2
New Gibbs 1531 164 54 2 12 6 7 20
Lakewood 2031 347 123 89 27 60 12
Largo 2081 560 262 1 38 55 57 48
N. Harris 2581 21 3 1 1 -
Northeast 2641 615 253 3 45 8 28 43 2
St. Petersburg 3781 405 196 55 10 36 40 4
Seminole 3921 465 172 62 8 42 20
Tarpon Springs 4521 207 105 20 6 3 9

Polk 2,697 -835 6 280 74 233 153 32
Lakeland 0031 620 190 87 19 60 25 9
Haines City 0311 206 80 14 6 6 8 1
Winter Haven 0481 552 250 75 25 50 50 15
Fort Meade 0791 91 19 10 1 10 2
Auburndale 0811 179 47 4 7 3 3 9
Bartow 0901 238 86 1 22 4 43 2 3
Mulberry 1131 125 12 8 3 3 4
Kathleen 1181 411 83 24 6 28 47
Frostproof 1261 52 9 5 4 1 -
Lake Wales 1311 223 59 1 28 7 26 5 4

Putnam 491 121 2 75 1 3 27 3
Palatka South 0041 245 57 64 21
Interlachen 0112 71 26 1 4
Palatka Central 0171 115 29 1 1 2 2 3
Crescent City 0261 60 9 2 9 1

St. Johns 272 80 38 14 11 24 4
St. Augustine 0181 228 76 36 10 8 22 4
Hastings 0191 44 4 2 4 3 2

St. Lucie 473 161 1 26 9 24 22 3
Fort Pierce Central 0161 473 161 I 26 9 24 22 3

Santa Rosa 476 199 9 3 56 4 3
Allentown 0021 16 2 5
Chumuckla 0061 17 15 1 1
Gulf Breeze 0103 54 18 2 3
Jay 0141 60 11 23 -
Milton 0151 315 150 7 3 20 3 2
Munson 0161 14 3 4 1

Sarasota 1,202 315 14 135 55 225 93 16
Sarasota 0051 426 125 1 65 15 142 32 7
Orange Avenue 0082 17 -
Riverview 0181 525 130 13 49 37 60 45 4
Venice 0221 230 60 21 3 22 16 5
Laurel St. Center 0251 3
Sarasota Co. Learn. 0292 1 1

Seminole 879 252 119 20 37 17 3
Seminole 0181 350 137 38 10 18 8
Oviedo 0421 118 37 16 2 1 2 3
Lyman 0431 411 78 65 8 18 7










TABLE 5 (Contd.)

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Puilic Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Sumter
South Sumter
Wildwood

Suwannee
Suwannee High
Branford

Taylor
Taylor High

Union
Union County

Volusia
Deland
Mainland
New Smyrna Beach
Seabreeze
Taylor Jr-Sr

Wakulla
Wakulla County

Walton
Paxton
Freeport
Walton

Washington
Chipley
Vernon


196 74 1 17
196 74 1 17


2
2


82 20 2 1 6
82 20 2 1 6


1,767
400
617
242
480
28


76 12 2
76 12 2


3
3

25
7
1
17


Laboratory Schools

School for the
Deaf and Blind


Florida High School 0341


Florida A & M

P.K. Yonge


85 26

41 3

89 13


38 1 9

25

33 2 25







NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS


Non-public schools include both parochial and private schools. Usable information

was received from 97 of the 98 schools which were eligible for inclusion in this

report. The high degree of voluntary cooperation by the non-public schools is

appreciated. A total of 5,019 graduates in 1971 is shown for these schools. Of

the 97 schools surveyed, 40 (41.24 percent) had 25 or fewer graduates; however,

only 9.78 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:


Percent of
Schools
In Group

41.24%
26.81
12.37
4.12
15.46


Number of
Graduates
In Group

491
940
762
354
2,472


Percent of
Graduates
In Group

9.78%
18.73
15.18
7.06
49.25


A comparison of the number of graduates of 1970 and 1971 shows:

1970 1971


Number

High schools reported 88
Total number of graduates 4,895
Entered public junior
colleges 1,613
Entered private junior
colleges 59
Entered public univer-
sities in Florida 838
Entered private univer-
sities or colleges
in Florida 386
Entered out-of-state
colleges 1,202
Entered technical, trade
or other types of schools 196
Did not go on to further education
or training inatediately 601


Percent


32.95

1.21

17.12


7.88

24.56

4.00

12.28


Number

97
5,019

1,514

45

888


362

1,369

152

689


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Number of
Graduates
Inclusive

1-25
26-50
51-75
76-100
Over 100


Number of
Schools
In Group

40
26
12
4
15


Percent




30.16

0.90

17.69


7.21

27.28

3.03

13.73








More than four-fifths (83.24 percent) of the non-public school graduates

entered college and an additional 3.03 percent continued other types of

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

of-state colleges (27.28 percent) was considerably greater than the proportion

of public school graduates (7.65 percent) going to college outside Florida.

The proportion of non-public school graduates entering technical, trade, or

other types of schools (3.03 percent) is less than the public school graduates

(4.93 percent) that entered a technical or trade school.

Of the 5,019 non-public school graduates reported for 1971, 4,178 or 83.24

percent, entered college during 1971-72. Of these 4,178 graduates who entered

college:



36.24 percent entered public junior colleges
1.08 percent entered private junior colleges
21.25 percent entered public universities in Florida
8.66 percent entered private colleges in Florida
32.77 percent entered out-of-state universities


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TABLE 6


FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of Technical, Trade
and 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Brevard
Central Catholic High 71 29 13 3 10
Florida Air Academy 57 6 5 42
Holley-Haynes Academy 9 4 1 1

Broward
Broward Prep School 3 2 1 -
Cardinal Gibbons High 211 53 70 17 10 12
Chaminade High 135 51 30 19 22 3 5
Educational Consultants 4 1 1 2
Fern Hall School 12 1 -
Madonna Academy 91 35 17 9 11 1 1
The Mills School 17 1 1 2 4 2 1
Nowlin Ocean View School 15 2 -8 4 1
Outdoor Woodford Hall High 4 1 1 2
Palm Cove Beach School 23 4 1 3 2 12
Palm Manor Private School 11 2 1
Pine Crest School 116 3 25 8 74 1
St. Thomas Aquinas High 136 65 2 24 4 23 2
West Hollywood Private 3 2 -

Clay
St. Johns Country Day 33 2 6 24

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 21 3 5 3
Adelphi School 40 15 5 2 3 3 4 2
Archbishop Curley 128 62 12 12 20
Bassett Schools, Inc. 3 1 1
Belen Jesuit Prep School 26 18 1 3 4
Christopher Columbus High 187 90 35 11 36 2
Convent of the Sacred Heart,
Carrollton 24 2 1 5 4 12
Dade Christian Schools 38 6 3 1 8 2
Deerborne School 47 22 1 4 5 6 4
Drexel School 2 1 -
Everglades School for Girls 29 1 3 3 18
Florida Christian School 14 6 5
Gables Academy 6 3 -
Greater Miami Academy 16 6 7 1
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami 7 1 -1 5
Immaculata-La Salle* 211 96 14 41 32 4 11
The Lear School, Inc. 32 2 2 10 12 6
Loyola School 8 6 1- 1
Mesinta of Greater Miami 5 5
Miami Christian School 23 6 1 2 10
Miami Military Academy 58 12 4 5 36 1
Miami Shores Preparatory 5 2 1 2
Monsignor Edward Pace 140 62 24 19 14 1
Notre Dame Academy 134 69 2 18 10 12 9
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy 138 60 15 10 14 3
Ransom School 33 6 5 22
St. John Vianney Minor Seminary 12 9 2 1
St. Patrick School 20 10 3 1 6
School for Learning, Inc. 1 -
Southwest Preparatory 10 2 4 3 1
Westminister Christian School 28 9 3 1 11
Yale School 23 16 1 2 1 -1 1

Duval
Bartram School 18 1 1 2 14
Bishop Kenny School 236 60 2 77 16 16
The Bolles School 80 2 1 16 11 48 2
Jacksonville Episcopal High 85 3 11 5 66


Received too late for inclusion in totals.











TABLE 6 (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971. CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Escambia
Pensacola Academy 42 2 8 10 22 -
Pensacola Catholic High 190 85 15 5 60 8 2
Pensacola Christian School 25 8 -2 11
Pensacola School of Liberal 61 29 1 7 1 18
Arts

Gadsden
Robert F. Munroe Day School 25 5 6 1 12

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy Names 42 9 9 5 16
Berkeley Preparatory School 38 10 28
Jesuit High School 126 7 53 1 62
Sacred Heart Academy 29 12 13 i
Tampa Catholic 225 68 64 14 21 13

Lake
Florida Central Academy 36 3 2 2 27 2
Howey Academy 60 15 -4 4 35
Montverde Academy 42 17 2 1 1 16

Lee
Bishop Verot High 45 17 10 2 4

Leon
North Florida Christian 3 1

Manatee
Nicholson School 6 2 1 2

Marion
Golden Hills Academy 20 10 2 4
Matthews-Scippio Academy 24 7 i

Monroe
Mary Immaculate High 43 20 1 5 5 1

Orange
Bishop Moore 202 36 86 9 20 10
Central Florida Christian 2 -
Platts Academy 16 11 1 2
Hampton DuBose Academy 28 2 1 23 1
Orlando Christian 8 1 1 1
Trinity Preparatory 40 1 1 8 5 25

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman 168 76 28 8 32 2
Palm Beach Country Day 17 12 3
Palm Beach Academy 36 2 5 5 22 2
Rosarian Academy 30 2 6 3 19
St. Andrew's School 55 1 5 8 37

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut Academy 47 2 5 3 34 2
Bishop Barry 69 36 7 6 11 3
Clearwater Central Catholic 34 11 1 3
Notre Dame Academy 98 41 15 3 8 4

Polk
Santa Fe High 74 29 18 2 21 1

St. Johns
St. Joseph Academy 31 9 3 4 6 1











TABLE 6 (Contd.)

FLORIDA NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1971, CONTINUING EDUCATION OR TRAINING


Number of 1971 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1971 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

St. Lucie
John Carroll High 44 26 5 6


Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Christian

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney
The Prew School

Seminole
Forest Lake Academy
The Sanford Naval

Volusia
Father Lopez High
Florida Military School


1 9 1 11 2
1 1 2




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