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Research Report 104 is a revision of Research Report 96
prepared by the Bureau of Research of the Department of
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, COMMISSIONER


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This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $192.78 or
$.18 per copy to assist school districts in developing base line data
for needs identification and planning.


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FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1972


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

of Florida public and nonpublic high school graduates who entered colleges

or other schools in the spring of 1972 and the types of institutions

entered in each case. It represents an updating of Research Report 96

dated April, 1972.

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 nonpublic 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, 1972. Corrections cannot be made for graduates

who entered college after this date.

Comparisons of statewide data for graduates of 1971 and 1972 are made

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

1969, 1970, 1971, and 1972. The data for 1969, 1970, 1971, and 1972 are

comparable. Six schools that had a graduating class in the spring of 1972

were not operating as senior high schools during the 1972-73 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 1972 was 262

as compared to 262 reporting in 1971. However, the number of graduates in 1972 was

78,572 as compared to 75,649 graduates in 1971, an increase of 2,923 graduates, or

3.86 percent.

Of the 262 public high schools with graduating classes in 1972, fourteen schools,

5.34 percent, had twenty-five or fewer graduates. However, only 212 pupils, .27 per-

cent of the total state graduates, were graduated from these small schools. More

than four out of five graduates in .1972, 87.80 percent or 68,990 graduates, came from

schools with more than 200 pupils in the graduating class. There were 65 schools

having 500 or more graduating seniors in 1972. The size of graduating classes ranged

from a low of 2 to a high of 1,165 pupils.

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1971 and 1972 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


1971

Number Percent

262 0
75,649 0
23,216 30.69
373 0.49

8,540 11.29

2,006 2.65
5,785 7.65

3,732 4.93

31,997 42.30


1972

Number Percent

262 0
78,572 0
22,480 28.61
292 0.37

8,179 10.41

1,877 2.39
5,830 7.42

2,919 3.72

36,995 47.08


Of the 2,919 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,

2,484 entered schools in Florida and 435 entered out-of-state schools.

A total of 49.20 percent of the graduates of 1972 entered college during the

1972-73 school year (compared to 52.77 percent in 1971) and an additional 3.72

percent entered other types of formal training (compared to 4.93 percent in 1971).


Percent
Change
1971
to 1972

0
3.86
-3.17
-21.72

-4.23

-6.43
0.78

-21.78

15.62







Of the 38,658 graduates of 1972 who entered college in 1972-73:


58.15 percent
.75 percent
21.16 percent
4.86 percent
15.08 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 following table shows the number of graduates from University Laboratory


Schools attending post-secondary institution by type of institution.


are not included in subsequent tables. No data is given for

Florida Atlantic University, since this school does not have


Florida


Florida
University


Henderson

a twelfth


Out-of-


These data


School,

grade.


Technical


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

Alachua
P.K. Yonge (U of F) 85 15 24 3 23

Leon
Florida A & M 35 20 1
Florida High (FSU) 87 20 44 13 -

St. Johns
School for the Deaf
and Blind 69 13 3 2 4 4 3

TOTAL 276 48 91 5 40 4 4




Of the total graduates from the four schools above, 17.39% enrolled in a

Florida public junior college; 32.97% enrolled in a Florida public university;

14.49% enrolled in out-of-state colleges; 1.45% entered a Florida trade or

technical school, and 30.43% did not continue their education in the fall of

1972.








Explanation of Tables


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

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

1972.


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

High School graduates by size of graduating class for 1969, 1970,

1971,and 1972.


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 1971 and 1972 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.


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TABLE 1


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


Size of
Graduating
Class

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


1969

Number of
Schools


Total


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


Size of
Graduating
Class

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


1969

Number of
Graduates

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


1970
Percent
of Total Number of
Graduates Graduates


0.48%
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


1971
Percent
of Total Number of
Graduates Graduates


0.56%
1.56
2.54
3,23
9.59
9.12
8.60
13.16
51.64


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


Percent
of Total
Graduates

0.33%
1.33
1.47
2.71
7.44
9.88
10.05
12.35
54.44


1972

Number of
Graduates

212
919
1,291
1,353
5,531
8,854
8,774
8,794
42,568


100.00% 71,900 100.00% 75,415


Percent
of Total
Schools

6,33%
16.00
11.33
10.00
17.67
9.33
5.33
7.67
16.34

100.00%


1970


Number .of
Schools

25
29
30
27
48
27
18
21
57

282


Percent
of Total
Schools

8.87%
10.28
10.64
9.57
17.02
9.58
6.38
7.45
20.21

100.00%


1971


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%


1972


Number of
Schools

14
23
20
16
41
35
24
20
65

258


Percent
of Total
Schools

5.43%
8.92
7.75
6.20
15.89
13.57
9.30
7.75
25.19

100.00%


TABLE 2


Percent
of Total
Graduates

0.27%
1.17
1.65
1.73
7.06
11.31
11.21
11.23
54.37


Total 69,680


100.00% 78,296 100.00%




TABLE 3


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY COUNTY AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972*


Number of Senior College Out-of- Technical, Trade
Graduates Junior College or University State and Other
County Spring 1972 Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Alachua 1,209 285 6 206 17 86 16 5
Baker 152 38 5 6 3
Bay 995 380 1 46 5 65 29 14
Bradford 207 56 12 9 2
Brevard 3,779 1.264 54 570 117 294 86 17
Broward 6,635 1,831 13 653 162 633 111 36
Calhoun -105 27 2 1 5 5
Charlotte 268 51 30 4 13 21 2
Citrus 217 60 6 1 6 3
Clay 483 138 1 45 14 22 7 5
Collier 456 68 2 67 17 67 5 2
Columbia 387 102 14 17 59 5
Dade 13,516 4,706 59 1,242 378 1,105 380 33
De Soto 143 15 5 2 8 7 3
Dixie 98 22 1 3 2 3-
Duval 6,613 1,760 20 558 207 512 91 40
Escambia 2,582 910 4 164 27 188 104 12
Flagler 38 9 2 3 1 1 -
Franklin 74 14 1 13 1 6 3
Gadsden 473 43 68 6 15 70 4
Gilchrist 55 13 1 2 1 1 -
Glades 46 3 2 8 2
Gulf 147 51 4 1 20 7 1
Hamilton 125 30 2 1 7 3
Hardee 148 27 5 16 4 5
Hendry 134 23 21 2 19 4
Hernando 207 21 17 12 8 15 2
Highlands 365 71 30 11 21 40 2
Hillsborough 5,285 865 19 798 68 235 225 13
Holmes 162 47 3 1 8 14 -
Indian River 462 163 35 10 64 17 4
Jackson 424 170 7 1 17 17 2
Jefferson 118 6 13 3 1
Lafayette 46 10 -
Lake 840 209 1 60 21 62 44 1
Lee 1,003 269 5 89 14 70 10 1
Leon 1,116 229 14 181 19 78 30 8
Levy 167 26 19 3 4 7
Liberty 47 14 1 1
Madison 190 58 11 3 4
Manatee 925 296 72 20 51 39 1
Marion 1,015 301 11 79 14 62 19 6
Martin 329 112 30 7 21 11 1
Monroe 398 120 30 5 22 14 1
Nassau 333 55 31 3 16 1
Okaloosa 1,336 381 3 115 27 134 30 18
Okeechobee 127 29 6 2 10 1
Orange 4,476 968 6 834 157 358 126 27
Osceola 302 74 2 53 7 19 23 3
Palm Beach 3,659 1i226 14 318 101 324 84 17
Pasco 662 158 58 35 22 40 6
Pinellas 5,392 1,828 5 514 131 359 321 18
Polk 2,727 732 12 234 78 238 127 26
Putnam 554 120 37 2 9 14 13
St. Johns 330 75 10 40 15 6 14 1
St. Lucie 458 155 25 9 25 4 1
Santa Rosa 541 207 1 24 6 42 24 7
Sarasota 1,220 294 19 177 36 156 62 8
Seminole 984 198 1 128 21 36 13 3
Sumter 170 29 10 1 7 8 1
Suwannee 262 55 19 17 4
Taylor 203 60 22 2 5 6
Union 60 20 2 5 -
Volusia 1,847 757 4 194 66 120 26 42
Wakulla 76 5 2 4 -
Walton 221 56 20 1 22 9 3
Washington 172 37 7 1 .1 11 -

TOTAL 78,296 22,432 292 8,088 1,872 5,790 2,480 431


*University Laboratory Schools not included.





TABLE 4

PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES ENTERING POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS BY COUNTY, 1971, 1972*


Comparison of Pel
Number of


Graduates


recent of


County
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


Graduates


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TOTAL 75,649 78,296 52.77% 49.14% 4.93% 3.72% 42.30% 47.14%


*University Laboratory Schools not included.


1971
1,233
153
961
211
3,507
6,148
115
268
195
398
483
353
13,283
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


1972
1,209
152
995
207
3,779
6,635
105
268
217
483
456
387
13,516
143
98
6,613
2,582
38
74
473
55
46
147
125
148
134
207
365
5,285
162
462
424
118
46
840
1,003
1,116
167
47
190
925
1,015
329
398
333
1,336
127
4,476
302
3,659
662
5,392
2,727
554
330
458
541
1,220
984
170
262
203
60
1,847
76
221
172


Entered College
1971 1972
36.09% 49.63%
18.95 28.29
47.87 49.95
43.13 37.20
67.75 60.84
54.25 49.62
46.96 33.33
36.57 36.57
43.08 33.64
54.27 45.55
43.06 48.46
43.34 34.37
56.91 55.42
35.94 20.98
27.71 28.57
46.05 46.23
51.23 50.08
36.00 42.11
53.25 47.30
35.54 27.91
44.64 32.73
33.33 28.26
48.34 51.70
30.65 32.00
31.51 32.43
36.75 48.51
37.20 28.02
45.21 36.44
40.83 37.56
52.66 36.42
49.12 58.87
58.30 45.99
34.45 18.64
41.18 21.74
45.66 42.02
47.06 44.56
53.39 46.68
41.88 31.14
42.50 31.91
34.92 37.89
47.70 47.46
48.31 46,01
60.00 51.67
47.82 44.47
34.88 31.53
60.92 49.40
42.86 37.01
55.73 51.90
37.67 51.32
57.74 54.20'
42.21 41.24
63.97 52.61
52.95 47.45
41.14 30.33
52.57 44.24
46.72 46.73
56.09 51.76
61.90 55.90
48.69 39.02
32.57 27.65
39.85 34.73
47.96 43.84
35.37 45 .00
65.19 61.78
22.37 9.21
47.42 44.80
40.25 26.74


Entered
Trade
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
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Technical,
& Other
1972
1.74%
5.92
4.32
.97
2.72
2.21
4.76
8.58
1.38
2.48
1.54
16.54
3.05
6.99
3.06
1.98
4.49
-
4.05
15.64
-
4.35
5.44
2.40
6.08
2.98
8.21
11.51
4.50
8.64
4.55
4.48
.85
-
5.36
1.10
3.41
4.19
2.13
2,11
4.32
2.46
3.65
3.77
.30
3.59
.79
3.42
8.61
2.76
6.95
6.29
5.61
4.87
4.55.
1.09
5.73
5.74
1.63
5.29
1.53
2.96
-
3.68
5.26
5.43
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Graduates Who:
Did Not Immediately
Continue Education
1971 1972
62.53% 48.63%
78.43 65.79
50.47 45.73
56.87 61.83
25.98 36.44
42.63 48.17
48.69 61.91
57.09 54.85
49.74 64.98
40.96 51.97
53.83 50.00
40.51 49.09
38.97 41.53
55.47 72.03
65.06 68.37
51.14 51.79
42.12 45.43
54.00 57.89
45.45 48.65
53.01 56.45
48.22 67.27
56.41 67.39
45.83 42.86
67.74 65.60
60.27 61.49
57.27 48.51
50.00 63.77
47.31 52.05
52.33 57.94
36.10 54.94
45.59 36.58
32.06 49.53
52.94 80.51
41.18 78.26
46.46 52.62
49.52 54.34
44.05 49.91
50.00 64.67
52.50 65.96
58.73 60.00
49.69 48.22
49.64 51.53
35.29 44.68
46.96 51.76
60.18 68.17
35.68 47.01
52.63 62.20
37.18 44.68
58.56 40.07
39.26 43,04
51.52 51.81
29.38 41.10
40.19 46.94
52.75 64.80
37.13 51.21
47.99 52.18
42.44 42.51
29.03 38.36
49.03 59.35
62.86 67.06
53.76 63.74
51.02 53.20
64.63 55.00
29.94 34.54
75.00 85.53
51.64 49.77
51.57 66.86


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TABLE 5

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972*


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Alachua
Gainesville Comp.
Hawthorne
Newberry High School
Santa Fe High

Baker
Baker County High

Bay
Bay County High
Rutherford High

Bradford
Bradford High

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

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

Calhoun
Blountstown
Altha Pub.

Charlotte
Charlotte High

Citrus
Citrus High
Crystal River

Clay
Orange Park
Keystone Heights
Clay High

Collier
Everglades High
Immokalee High
Naples

Columbia
Columbia High

Dade
Coral Gables
Hialeah High
Miami Beach
Miami Carol City
Miami Central
Miami Coral Park


0151
0201
0261
0271


0012


0061
0341


0021


0011
1011
1121
2011
3011
4011
5011
6011


1018
1171
2037
2095
2124
3021
3145
4166
5017
5024
5175
6128


0021
0101


0031


0031
0121


0252
0301
0341


1,209
910
83
81
135


152 38 -
152 38 -


995
568
427

207
207

3,779
672
292
380
574
505
550
281
525

6,635
547
594
280
650
579
679
815
640
523
436
502
390

105
89
16


380
235
145

56
56

1,264
150
110
137
136
228
200
104
199

1,831
113
132
41
219
189
184
249
205
135
125
133
106


268 51
268 51


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- 12


- 30 4 13 21
- 30 4 13 21


456 68 2 67
13 1 -
70 10 4
373 57 2 63

387 102 14
387 102 14


13,516
908
992
599
715
630
882


4,706
242
425
186
208
215
273


1,242
118
105
70
47
52
51


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78 1,105
54 163
35 66
3 95
L6 62
L1 25
28 39





TABLE 5 (Contd.)


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Dade (Contd.)
Miami Edison 7301 418 150 5 40 15 30 10
Miami Jackson 7341 672 180 35 35 46 21
Miami Killian 7361 848 247 3 68 22 59 12 5
Miami Norland 7381 952 387 173 41 83 34 4
Miami Northwestern 7411 541 140 33 27 25 26
Miami Palmetto 7431 1,058 260 4 129 17 148 12 1
Miami Sr. High 7461 1,165 497 3 39 8 38 41
Miami Springs 7511 685 355 26 71 18 59 15 2
North Miami 7591 978 430 120 10 72 17
South Dade 7701 563 97 18 4 21 12 -
Southwest Miami 7741 872 411 11 73 34 74 63 9
Douglas McArthur 7831 38 3 -12

De Soto 143 15 -5 2 8 7 3
De Soto County 0021 143 15 5 2 8 7 3

Dixie 98 22 1 3 2 3
Dixie County High 0021 98 22 1 3 2 3

Duval 6,613 1,760 20 558 207 512 91 40
Robert E. Lee 0331 532 157 55 15 100 11 3
Andrew Jackson 0351 552 92 9 12 8 17 15
Baldwin 0381 56 3 7 -
Tech. Senior High 0671 141 10 1 2 -
Paxon Sr. High 0751 456 105 28 14 15 10
Terry Parker 0861 662 258 88 29 78 13 8
Englewood 0901 513 146 34 15 44 5 1
Ribault Sr. 0961 378 110 35 6 10 2 1
New Stanton 1531 339 29 1 8 7 7 2
William Raines 1651 569 163 15 45 21 14 13
Fletcher High 2231 475 128 46 21 50 8 2
Wolfson Sr. 2241 639 200 91 18 105 7 3
Sandalwood 2371 317 88 20 21 22 3 1
N. B. Forrest 2411 635 195 54 19 30 3
Edward White 2481 349 76 4 44 9 20 3

Escambia 2,582 910 4 164 27 188 104 12
Century Sr. 0171 60 12 5 6 1
Escambia High 0281 554 215 12 1 36 3 1
Pensacola High 0411 367 138 4 37 4 25 15 2
J. M. Tate 0521 387 150 25 10 20 10 3
Ernest Ward 0541 44 3 14 -
Beggs Ed. Center 0801 142 20 7
Washington Sr. 0811 364 100 43 10 53 1 2
W. J. Woodham 0851 428 249 45 2 32 57 2
George Stone Vocational 0861 236 23 2 3 5 1

Flagler 38 9 2 3 1 1 -
Bunnell 0021 38 9 2 3 1 1

Franklin 74 14 1 13 1 6 3
Apalachicola 0041 40 4 12 1 6 1
Carrabelle 0061 34 10 1 1 2

Gadsden 473 43 68 6 15 70 4
Chattahoochee 0021 63 11 6 3 6
Greensboro 0051 40 2 4 1 3
Havana High 0081 101 5 18 1 1 1
James A. Shanks 0211 269 25 40 5 10 60 4

Gilchrist 55 13 1 2 1 1 -
Trenton High 0021 37 7 1 2 1 1
Bell High 0031 18 6 -

Glades 46 3 2 8 2
Moore Haven 0021 46 3 2 8 2

Gulf 147 51 4 1 20 7 1
Port St. Joe 0061 106 40 4 1 19 5 1
Wewahitchka 0081 41 11 1 2






TABLE 5 (Contd.)


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Hamilton
Hamilton H. Complex

Hardee
Hardee County

Hendry
LaBelle High
Clewiston

Hernando
Hernando High

Highlands
Lake Placid
Sebring
Avon Park

Hillsborough
Brandon High
Chamberlain
East Bay
Hillsborough High
King High
Leto Compreh.
Plant High
Plant City High
Robinson High
Tampa Bay Vo-Tec.
Turkey Creek

Holmes
Holmes County
Poplar Springs
Bethlehem High
Ponce de Leon

Indian River
Vero Beach

Jackson
Marianna High
Greenwood High
Malone High
Sneads High
Grand Ridge
Cottondale High
Graceville High

Jefferson
Jefferson County

Lafayette
Lafayette High

Lake
Clermont
Eustis High
Groveland High
Harry/Anna
Leesburg
Mt. Dora High
Tavares High
Umatilla High

Lee
Fort Myers
North Ft. Myers
Cypress Lake


0032


0021


0021
0061


0051


0161
0221
0231


0291
0761
1322
1881
2241
2421
3411
3431
3731
4221
4522


0012
0031
0041
0061


0031


0021
0091
0121
0141
0181
0251
0301


0021


0021


0051
0081
0111
0121
0161
0181
0211
0231


0221
0311
0531


-2 1
-2 1


- 5
- 5


-16
-16


- 17 12
- 17 12


365
102
154
109

5,285
520
638
193
647
535
620
741
392
585
283
131

162
68
21
32
41


462 163 35 10 64
462 163 35 10 64


424
163
22
48
39
27
51
74

118
118

46
46

840
104
127
71
2
267
118
79
72

1,003
484
174
345


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- 13


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TABLE 5 (Contd.)

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-Stat

Leon 1,116 229 14 181 19 78 30 8
Leon High School 0021 430 120 8 75 5 38 10 2
J. Rickards 0051 286 50 2 60 2 9 1 1
Amos P. Godby 0161 400 59 4 46 12 31 19 5

Levy 167 26 19 3 4 7
Bronson High 0021 20 1 6 2 -
Cedar Key 0041 14 1 1
Chiefland High 0051 48 7 5 1 1 -
Williston High 0091 85 17 8 2 7

Liberty 47 14 1 -- 1
Liberty County High 0021 47 14 1 -- 1

Madison 190 58 11 3 4
Madison High 0022 132 50 6 3 4
Greenville High 0041 58 8 5 -

Manatee 925 296 72 20 51 39 1
Manatee High 0181 547 203 28 7 38 20 1
Palmetto High 0351 141 31 39 3 8 4
Southeast High 0431 237 62 5 10 5 15

Marion 1,015 301 11 79 14 62 19 6
Dunnellon 0171 70 15 3 1 3 2 -
Lake Weir 0281 130 38 1 13 3 11 2
N. Marion High 0331 175 20 10 1 1 1 2
Forest High 0351 340 144 10 31 5 31 6
Vanguard High 0461 300 84 22 4 16 8 4

Martin 329 112 30 7 21 11 1
Martin County 0031 329 112 30 7 21 11 1

Monroe 398 120 30 5 22 14 1
Coral Shores 0041 72 10 3 1 6 3
Key West High 0101 281 99 22 3 13 10
Marathon High 0131 45 11 5 1 3 1 1

Nassau 333 55 31 3 16 1
Fernandina Beach 0031 210 34 14 3 15 1
W. Nassau County 0191 123 21 17 1

Okaloosa 1,336 381 3 115 27 134 30 18
Baker High 0041 73 22 1 1 3 1 2
Laurel High 0201 12 1 1 -
Niceville 0211 298 112 15 2 33 2
Choctawhatchee 0581 444 92 44 11 55 7 1
Crestview 0601 176 27 2 30 3 19 8 7
Fort Walton Beach 0641 333 128 25 10 24 11 8

Okeechobee 127 29 -6 2 10 1
Okeechobee High 0101 127 29 6 2 10 1

Orange 4,476 968 6 834 157 358 126 27
Boone High 0111 546 161 131 45 61 20 6
Edgewater 0121 525 107 125 32 67 6 1
Apopka Mem. 0281 240 54 19 6 12 18
Ocoee 0341 103 20 3 2 1
Lakeview High 0351 125 40 18 5 2
Colonial High 0661 626 111 2 111 1 25 6 1
Evans High 0671 620 152 1 41 24 21 24 1
Oak Ridge 0691 570 140 3 99 10 47 41 8
Winter Park 1411 808 149 266 27 108 7 6
Jones High 5711 251 31 19 12 6 1
Wymore Tech. 5801 62 3 2 4 4

Osceola 302 74 2 53 7 19 23 3
Osceola High 0081 225 65 1 48 6 9 18 3
St. Cloud 0201 77 9 1 5 1 10 5




TABLE 5 (Contd.)


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Palm Beach
Jupiter
Suncoast
Twin Lakes
Forest Hill
Lake Worth
Atlantic
Boca Raton
Pahokee
Glades Central
John I. Leonard
Palm B. Gardens
North Shore

Pasco
Pasco Comp.
Zephyrhills
Gulf High

Pinellas
Boca Ciega
Clearwater
Dixie Hollins
Dunedin
Gibb
Lakewood
Largo
Nina Harris
Northeast
St. Petersburg
Seminole
Tarpon Springs

Polk
Lakeland
Haines City
Winter Haven
Fort Meade
Auburndale
Bartow
Mulberry
Kathleen
Frostproof
Lake Wales

Putnam
Palatka South
Interlachen
Palatka Central
Crescent City

St. Johns
St. Augustine
Hastings

St. Lucie
Ft. Pierce

Santa Rosa
Allentown
Chumuckla
Gulf Breeze
Jay
Milton
Munson

Sarasota
Sarasota
Riverview
Venice
Sarasota Co. St. Ct.


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


0031
0101
0261


0431
0711
1031
1081
1531
2031
2081
2581
2641
3781
3921
4521


0031
0311
0481
0791
0811
0901
1131
1181
1261
1311


0041
0112
0171
0261


0181
0191


0161


0021
0061
0103
0141
0151
0161


0051
0181
0221
0292


3,659
213
260
404
379
386
401
377
75
213
402
423
126

662
269
124
269


5,392
650
650
649
480
176
390
.613
18
620
424
535
187

2,727
622
202
423
92
215
300
99
448
67
259

554
242
79
149
84

330
277
53


458
458

541
20
14
108
64
325
10

1,220
471
507
230
12


1,226
72
96
126
194
134
121
79
21
70
159
100
54


1,828
206
246
179
198
35
68
195
2
266
174
191
68

732
180
80
129
22
52
93
12
70
14
80


155 25 9
155 25 9


1 9.





TABLE 5 (Contd.)

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County School Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and Number 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Seminole 984 198 1 128 21 36 13 3
Seminole High 0181 347 72 24 4 15 2 -
Oviedo 0421 133 34 17 1 7 6 1
Lyman 0431 504 92 1 87 16 14 5 2

Sumter 170 29 10 1 7 8 1
South Sumter 0021 83 12 6 1 5 1 -
Wildwood 0081 87 17 4 2 7 1

Suwannee 262 55 19 17 4 -
Suwannee High 0043 231 46 17 17 3 -
Branford 0091 31 9 2 1 -

Taylor 203 60 22 2 5 6
Taylor County 0031 203 60 22 2 5 6

Union 60 20 2 5 -
Union County 0021 60 20 2 5

Volusia 1,847 757 4 194 66 120 26 42
Deland 1453 400 160 65 35 37 8 34
Mainland 3436 628 285 4 37 17 26 8 1
New Smyrna Beach 3839 264 102 16 8 11 6 1
Seabreeze 5836 513 201 75 4 45 3 6
Taylor 6633 42 9 1 2 1 1 -

Wakulla 76 5 2 4
Wakulla County 0071 76 5 2 4

Walton 221 56 20 1 22 9 3
Paxton High 0101 39 4 4 7 1
Freeport 0141 31 9 2 1 2 3 1
Walton 0271 151 43 14 13 6 1

Washington 172 37 7 1 1 11
Chipley 0021 103 22 5 1 1 6 -
Vernon 0051 69 15 2 5 -




*Does not include University Laboratory Schools.




TABLE 6

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Alachua
Oak Hall Private School 7 2 2 1 -

Brevard
Central Catholic High School 76 28 14 4 14
Florida Air Academy 46 5 5 36 -
Holley-Haynes School 1 -

Broward
Broward Preparatory School 2 1 1 -
Cardinal Gibbons High School 213 60 4 51 8 55 3
Chaminade High School 113 39 29 15 23 -
Madonna Academy 80 33 11 16 9 3
The Mills School 11 1 4 -
Nowlin Ocean View School 9 3 3 1 -
Palm Cove Beach School 14 4 4 2 3 1
Palm Manor Private School 10 2 1 1 -
Pine Crest School 111 2 19 13 77 -
St. Thomas Aquinas High School 167 78 1 33 20 27 5 3
West Hollywood Private School 1 1 -

Clay
St. Johns Country Day School 23 1 22

Collier
Immokalee Day School, Inc. 4 2 -

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 17 5 7 3 -
Archbishop Curley High School 140 60 1 19 17 19 2
Bassett School *
Belen Jesuit Preparatory School 33 25 3 5 -
Brentwood Prep. School, Inc. 3 2 1 -
Carrollton School for Girls 36 7 4 25 -
Christopher Columbus High School 186 71 21 26 55 -
Dade Christian School 62 3 1 3 6 21 1 2
Deerborne Private School 52 29 1 2 4 4 1
Drexel School 5 2 2 -
Everglades School for Girls 37 2 4 1 30 -
The Family Free School 1 1 -
Florida Christian School 21 2 1 5 8 -
Gables Academy 9 2 3 1
Greater Miami Academy 9 1 1 5 -
Hebrew Academy 7 1 6 -
Immaculata-LaSalle High School 210 117 18 38 8 2
The Lear School 24 6 3 8 4 -
Loyola School 8 4 3
Mesivta High School of
Greater Miami 20 5 1 11 -
Miami Aerospace Academy 5 3 1
Miami Christian 27 3 11 1
Miami Military Academy 65 11 6 8 26 2
Miami Shores Preparatory School 10 3 3 2 1 -
Monsignor Edward Pace 169 89 2 7 20 8 3 1
Notre Dame Academy 127 62 2 11 15 18 5 1
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy 138 61 15 17 19 2
Oxford Academy 5 1 2 1 1 -
Ransom School 43 3 7 32 -
St. John Vianney Minor Seminary 11 9 1 1 -
St. Patrick School 25 16 4 1 -
School for Learning, Inc. 6 1 3 1 1 -
Southwest Preparatory 12 4 1 5 -
Westminister Christian School 54 13 6 8 19 -
Yale School 19 12 3 1 1

Duval
Bartram School 28 2 1 6 19 -
Bishop Kenny High School 209 67 1 23 18 49 2
The Bolles School 77 10 11 56 -
Jacksonville Episcopal HS 96 1 10 13 69 -
Maranatha Academy 8 4 1 -


*Information not received.










More than four-fifths (82.24 percent) of the nonpublic school graduates

entered college and an additional 2.30 percent continued other types of

formal training. The proportion of nonpublic school graduates entering

out-of-state colleges (28.22 percent) was considerably greater than the

proportion of public school graduates (7.42 percent) going to college out-

side Florida. The proportion of nonpublic school graduates entering

technical, trade, or other types of schools (2.30 percent) is less than

the public school graduates (3.72 percent) that entered a technical or trade

school.

Of the 5,485 nonpublic school graduates reported for 1972, 4,511 or

82.24 percent, entered college during 1972-73. Of these 4,511 graduates

who entered college:



37.37 percent entered public junior colleges
1.17 percent entered private junior colleges
17.05 percent entered public universities in Florida
10.09 percent entered private colleges in Florida
34.32 percent entered out-of-state universities


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TABLE 6

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Alachua
Oak Hall Private School 7 2 2 1

Brevard
Central Catholic High School 76 28 14 4 14 -
Florida Air Academy 46 5 5 36 -
Holley-Haynes School 1 -

Broward
Broward Preparatory School 2 1 1 -
Cardinal Gibbons High School 213 60 4 51 8 55 3
Chaminade High School 113 39 29 15 23 -
Madonna Academy 80 33 11 16 9 3
The Mills School 11 1 4 -
Nowlin Ocean View School 9 3 3 1 -
Palm Cove Beach School 14 4 4 2 3 1
Palm Manor Private School 10 2 1 1 -
Pine Crest School 111 2 19 13 77 -
St. Thomas Aquinas High School 167 78 1 33 20 27 5 3
West Hollywood Private School 1 1 -

Clay
St. Johns Country Day School 23 1 22

Collier
Immokalee Day School, Inc. 4 2 -

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 17 5 7 3 -
Archbishop Curley High School 140 60 1 19 17 19 2
Bassett School *
Belen Jesuit Preparatory School 33 25 3 5 -
Brentwood Prep. School, Inc. 3 2 1 -
Carrollton School for Girls 36 7 4 25 -
Christopher Columbus High School 186 71 21 26 55 -
Dade Christian School 62 3 1 3 6 21 1 2
Deerborne Private School 52 29 1 2 4 4 1
Drexel School 5 2 2 -
Everglades School for Girls 37 2 4 1 30 -
The Family Free School 1 1 -
Florida Christian School 21 2 1 5 8 -
Gables Academy 9 2 3 1
Greater Miami Academy 9 1 1 5 -
Hebrew Academy 7 1 6 -
Immaculata-LaSalle High School 210 117 18 38 8 2
The Lear School 24 6 3 8 4 -
Loyola School 8 4 3 -
Mesivta High School of
Greater Miami 20 5 1 11 -
Miami Aerospace Academy 5 3 1
Miami Christian 27 3 11 1
Miami Military Academy 65 11 6 8 26 2
Miami Shores Preparatory School 10 3 3 2 1 -
Monsignor Edward Pace 169 89 2 7 20 8 3 1
Notre Dame Academy 127 62 2 11 15 18 5 1
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy 138 61 15 17 19 2 -
Oxford Academy 5 1 2 1 1 -
Ransom School 43 3 7 32 -
St. John Vianney Minor Seminary 11 9 1 1 -
St. Patrick School 25 16 4 1 -
School for Learning, Inc. 6 1 3 1 1 -
Southwest Preparatory 12 4 1 5 -
Westminister Christian School 54 13 6 8 19 -
Yale School 19 12 3 1 1

Duval
Bartram School 28 2 1 6 19 -
Bishop Kenny High School 209 67 1 23 18 49 2
The Bolles School 77 10 11 56 -
Jacksonville Episcopal HS 96 1 10 13 69 -
Maranatha Academy 8 4 1 -


*Information not received.





TABLE 6 (Contd.)

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State

Escambia
Pensacola Academy of Arts
and Sciences 18 3 1 1 13 -
Pensacola Catholic HS 180 95 1 20 9 25 5 5
Pensacola Christian School 40 19 3 15 1
Pensacola School of Liberal
Arts 67 26 4 2 22 2
Walnut Hill Christian School 1 1 -

Gadsden
Robert F. Menroe Day School 25 12 6 6 1

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy Names 57 4 22 6 25 -
Berkeley Preparatory School 39 1 5 1 32 -
Jesuit High School 115 5 58 4 44 1 -
Tampa Catholic High School 268 93 76 19 5

Lake
Florida Central Academy 38 8 1 5 8 15 -
Howey Academy 52 7 1 5 9 29 1
Montverde Academy 34 6 2 1 14 2 2

Lee
Bishop Verot High School 41 15 11 2 5 4

Leon
North Florida Christian School 30 11 5 9 -

Manatee
Nicholson School of Bradenton 3 2 -- 1

Marion
Golden Hills Academy 14 7 -- 4 -

Monroe
Mary Immaculate School 34 6 5 2 6 -

Orange
Bishop Moore High School 208 44 46 7 26 5
Central Florida Christian 1 1 -
Hampden DuBose Academy 33 7 3 23 -
Lake Highland Preparatory 45 2 7 1 25 3
Orlando Christian School 11 3 1 -
Platts Academy 24 4 3 3 6 6 2
Trinity Preparatory School 44 1 1 3 3 36 -

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman High School 208 65 30 10 35 3
Graham-Eckes School 29 6 3 19 1
Palm Beach Country Day School 18 10 2 2
Rosarian Academy 38 2 1 6 10 16 -
St. Andrews School 57 1 5 1 50 -

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut Academy 47 10 1 7 2 23 1
Bishop Barry High School 62 31 18 4 5 2
Clearwater Central Catholic 52 20 2 7 1 -
Notre Dame Academy 109 47 2 10 1 14 11 1

Polk
Santa Fe High School 108 26 20 11 38 4

St. Johns
St. Joseph Academy 47 16 4 6 6 1

St. Lucie
John Carroll High School 62 34 5 7 3

Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Christian School 6 3 -- 3 -
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TABLE 6 (Contd.)

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1972


Number of 1972 Graduates Who Entered:
County Graduates University Out-of- Technical, Trade
and 1972 Junior College and College State and Other
School Public Private Public Private College In Florida Out-of-State


Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney High School
Nicholson School
The Prew School

Seminole
Forest Lake Academy
The Sanford Naval Academy

Volusia
Father Lopez High School


20

5 1


4 4


10 1 -
5 6 4 7


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