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Group Title: Research report
Title: Florida high school graduates
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00082792/00011
 Material Information
Title: Florida high school graduates
Series Title: Research report
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Division of Public Schools. -- Bureau of Planning
Florida -- Division of Elementary and Secondary Education. -- Bureau of Research
Florida -- State Dept. of Education. -- Division of Research
Publisher: Dept. of Education
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1973
Frequency: annual
regular
 Subjects
Subject: High schools -- Alumni and alumnae -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
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General Note: Description based on 1974.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00082792
Volume ID: VID00011
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 03197155
lccn - 77641744
issn - 0430-716X

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FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, 1973


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 1973 and the types of institutions entered in each case.

It represents an updating of Research Report #104 dated April, 1973.

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, 1973. Corrections

have not been made for graduates who entered college after this date.

Comparisons of statewide data for graduates of 1972 and 1973 are made in

some cases and, in two tables, comparisons are made for graduates of 1970, 1971,

1972, and 1973. The data for 1970, 1971, 1972, and 1973 are comparable. Two

public high schools which had a graduating class in the spring of 1973 were not

operating as senior high schools during the 1973-74 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 1973 was

276 as compared to 262 reporting in 1972. The number of graduates in 1973 was

81,773 as compared to 78,572 graduates in 1972, an increase of 3,201 graduates,

or 3.84 percent.









Of the 276 public high schools (including university and state special schools)

with graduating classes in 1973, twelve schools, 4.43 percent, had twenty-five or

fewer graduates. However, only 224 pupils or .28 percent of the total state

graduates, were graduated from these small schools. More than four out of five

graduates in 1973, 87.00 percent of 70,888 graduates, came from schools with more

than 200 pupils in the graduating class. Although there were only 64 schools which

had more than 500 graduating seniors in 1973, they accounted for nearly one-half,

48.91 percentof the state's public high school graduates. The size of graduating

classes ranged from a low of 1 to a high of 1,241 pupils.


A comparison of the number of graduates of 1972 and 1973 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 schools
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately


1972

Number Percent

262
78,572
22,480 28.61
292 .37
8,179 10.41

1,877 2.39

5,830 7.42
2,919 3.72

36,995 47.08


1973

Number Percent

276
81,773
21,402 26.17
403 .49
7,980 9.76

2,004 2.45

5,682 6.95
2,942 3.60

41,360 50.58


Of the 2,942 graduates entering technical, trade or other types of schools,

2,514 entered schools in Florida and 428 entered out-of-state schools.

A total of 45.82 percent of the graduates of 1973 entered college before

December 1973 (compared to 49.20 percent in 1972) and an additional 3.60 percent

entered other types of formal training (compared to 3.72 percent in 1972).


Percent
Change
1972
to 1973


4.07
-4.80
38.01
-2.43

6.77

-2.54
-0.79

11.80








Of the 37,471 graduates of 1973 who entered college in 1973-74:

57.12 percent entered Public Junior Colleges
1.08 percent entered Private Junior Colleges
21.30 percent entered Public Universities in Florida
5.35 percent entered Private Colleges and Universities
15.16 percent entered Out-of-State Universities

1973 marked another decline in the ratio of graduating seniors who entered

some type of post-secondary education or training by the end of the calendar year

of their high school graduation. The table below depicts this trend since its

inception in 1970 and contrasts this to the years prior thereto which were marked

by steadily increasing ratios.

% Who Entered Post Rate of
Year Secondary Institution Change in %
1973 49.42 -6.61
1972 52.92 -8.28
1971 57.70 -3.43
1970 59.75 -2.80
1969 61.47 .57
1968 61.12 2.53
1967 59.61 .29
1966 59.44 4.45
1965 56.91 3.53
1964 54.97
1963 *
1962 50.71-
No report published in 1963.

Changes in draft laws, increasing costs for attending colleges and universities,

etc. have been shown to affect the total number of high school graduates immediately

continuing their education. A comparison of community colleges, and four-year

colleges and universities does not reflect any consistent and clear trend, however.

As is shown in the table on the following page, the growth in student body of

community colleges out-paced that of the universities from 1962 through 1967 but this

was in large part due to the expansion of the system near large population centers.

The irregular pattern thereafter was affected by the establishment of universities

in the same demographic regions. Over the eleven-year period, the relative

percentages of students entering community colleges and four-year colleges has

reversed (1962-67). From 1962 through 1973 the percentage of graduating students

entering community colleges has increased from 37.79 to 58.19 while that of the
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universities has decreased from 62.21 to 41.81.

The column below marked "Diff." is a measure of the relative growth of

community colleges and universities among high school graduates. Actual numbers

of graduates immediately entering higher education programs are given as well as

their percentages. Gain/Loss indicates the change over the previous year.

Total Four-Year Colleges
Who Entered Community Colleges and Universities
Year College % Total Gain/Loss % Total Gain/Loss Diff.+
1973 37,471 58.19 21,805 -967 41.81 15,666 -220 -747
1972 38,658 58.90 22,772 -817 41.10 15,886 -445 -372
1971 39,920 59.09 23,589 1,293 40.91 16,331 -657 1,950
1970 39,284 56.75 22,296 162 43.25 16,988 284 -122
1969 38,839 56.99 22,134 597 43.02 16,704 1,626 -1,029
1968 36,615 58.82 21,537 761 41.18 15,078 1,202 -441
1967 34,642 59.94 20,776 795 .40.06 13,876 -370 1,165
1966 34,227 58.38 19,981 3,193 41.62 14,246 -920 4,119
1965 31,965 52.52 16,788 3,707 47.48 15,172 1,239 2,468
1964 20,014 48.42 13,081 5,563* 51.58 13,933 1,559* 4,004*
1962 19,892 37.79 7,518 62.21 12,374 -
+ Community Colleges Gain/Loss minus 4-year Colleges and Universities Gain/Loss.
* No report published in 1963. All figures marked with an asterick (*) reflect two year
changes.

University Laboratory Schools

The following table shows the number of graduates from University Laboratory

Schools attending post-secondary institution by type of institution. These data are

not included in subsequent tables. No data is given for Henderson School, Florida Atlantic

University, since this school does not have a twelfth grade.

Florida
Florida University Out-of- 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 (UF) 82 18 15 2 32

Leon
Florida A & M 43 3 31 5
Florida High (FSU) 93 25 36 1 10 -

St. Johns
School for the Deaf
and Blind* 84 11 1 1 4 7 7

TOTAL 302 57 83 4 51 7 7

*Includes 14 graduates at the SFSH Educational Rehabilitation Center.
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Of the total graduates from the four schools on the previous page, 18.87

percent enrolled in a Florida public junior college; 27.48 percent enrolled in

a Florida public university; 16.89 percent enrolled in out-of-state colleges;

2.32 percent entered a Florida trade or technical school, and 30.79 percent did

not continue their education in the fall of 1973.


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Explanation of Tables


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

Schools by size of graduating class for 1970, 1971, 1972, and 1973.

(Does not include university or state special schools.)



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

School graduates by size of graduating class for 1970, 1971, 1972, and

1973. (Does not include university or state special schools.)



Table 3 provides a district-by-district breakdown of the number of graduates

continuing their education and type of institution entered.



Table 4 provides a comparative district-by-district breakdown of the percent of

1972 and 1973 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


1970


Size of
Graduating
Class

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


Number of
Schools


Percent
of Total
Schools


8.87%
10.28
10.64
9.57
17.02
9.58
6.38
7.45
20.21


Number of
Schools


1971
Percent
of Total
Schools


1972


Number of
Schools


6.59%
9.69
7.37
9.30
15.50
11.63
8.14
8.14
23.64


Percent
of Total
Schools

5.43%
8.92
7.75
6.20
15.89
13.57
9.30
7.75
25.19


1973
Percent
Number of of Total
Schools Schools


4.43%
7.01
7.38
7.75
16.97
12.18
11.07
9.59
23.62


Total 282 100.00% 258 100.00% 258 100.00% 271 100.00%

















TABLE 2


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


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


398
1,123
1,827
2,325
6,897
6,558
6,183
9,459
37,130


1971


Percent
of Total
Graduates


0.56%
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


1972


Percent
of Total Number of
Graduates Graduates


0.33%
1.33
1.47
2.71
7.44
9.88
10.05
12.35
54.44


212
919
1,291
1,353
5,531
8,854
8,774
8,794
42.568


Percent
of Total Number of
Graduates Graduates


0.27%
1.17
1.65
1.73
7.06
11.31
11.21
11.23
54.37


224
674
1,315
1,541
6,829
7,987
11,246
11,808
39.847


1973
Percent
of Total
Graduates


0.28%
0.83
1.62
1.89
8.38
9.80
13.80
14.49
48.91


Total 71,900 100.00% 75,415 100.00% 78,296 100.00% 81,471 100.00%







TABLE 3


PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY DISTRICT AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973*


Number of
Graduates Junior College
District Spring 1973 Public Private


Alac
Bake
Bay
Brad
Brev
Brow
Calh
Char
Citr
C lay
Coll
Colu
Dade
De S
Dixi
Duva
Esca
Flag
Fran
Gads
Gilc
Glad
Gulf
Hami
Hard
Hend
Hern
High
Hill
Holm
Indi
Jack
Jeff
Lafa
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Libe
Madi
Mana
Marl
Mart
Monr
Nass
Okal
Okee
Oran
Osce
Palm
Pasc
Pine
Polk
Putn
St.
St.
Sant
Sara
Semi
Sumt
Suwa
Tayl
Union
Volu
Waku
Walt


hua
r

ford
ard
ard
oun
lotte
us

ier
mbia

oto
e
1
mbia
ler
klin


1,231
152
1,023
220
4.050
7,087
124
318
280
503
492
346
13,846
143
77
6,498
2,428
55
64
/71


221
21
356
56
1,120
1,831
29
41
56
137
83
95
4,589
12
22
1,529
868
5
5
51


Senior College
or University
Public Private
136 9

31 3
15 -
543 85
712 270

39 5
15 2
29 7
71 21
33
1,200 428
16 5
4 1
490 260
109 24
3
11 3
1 9


d1en 1 1
:hrist 58 15 1 6 2 1
es 42 4 2 9 1 3
146 35 1 7 7 14 2
Iton 112 14 2 5 2
.ee 144 25 3 1 2 1 -
ry 169 25 2 30 1 17 7 2
Lando 230 19 1 27 6 15 14 1
lands 411 103 3 38 11 16 13 2
sborough 5,509 843 15 706 94 244 296 23
ces 170 49 1 5 7--
an River 485 119 41 21 54 6 10
.son 440 152 21 2 26 13 1
person 131 13 -22 1 3 3 2
.yette 36 7 -- 1 1
837 209 39 20 65 20 5
1,163 349 27 64 29 70 19 9
1,125 272 6 184 18 62 31 4
199 42 14 4 3 3
rty 54 14 -3 2 1
son 170 59 6 1 7 6 4
tee 930 268 3 74 10 44 33 4
on 1,045 318 4 95 23 55 10 2
:in 348 109 4 51 13 13 25 5
oe 465 91 -27 10 39 16 2
sau 343 53 20 6 10 3-
;au 34353 ~Li


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chobee
ge
ola
Beach
:o
ellas

nam
Johns
Lucie
a Rosa
sota
nole
ter
innee
or
on
isia
ila
on
i t


TOTAL


1,508
148
4,576
302
3,938
753
5,537
2,938
551
334
525
610
1,252
1,180
212
253
206
79
1,912
86
237
164


81,471


422
33
1,010
52
1,167
111
1,656
678
139
37
175
157
265
281
47
50
43
25
567
15
47
62


21,345


23
1
21

3


1


115 3
5 2
809 107
39 3
385 105
124 9
495 129
252 57
23 10
15 14
30 15
24 6
173 28
182 41
9 3
12 -
23 1
2 1
159 71
5
7
6


2,000


7,897


105
6
340
27
348
21
376
225
8
24
25
60
172
40
3
8
7
4
111
1
23
4


5,631


23 IL
2 2
70 11
14
56 11
56 5
242 15
91 17
11 9
23 1
26 4
36 22
68 11
44 13
8 2
2
1

66 9
10
1 3


2,507


421


*University Laboratory Schools not included.


I


16 6


ash n on


Technical, Trade
and Other
Out-of-
In Florida State
9 4

13 8
2 1
89 26
173 46
4
8
7
6 5
9 4
48 1
491 61

2
112 18
95 17
10 1
2
29


Out-of-
State
College
59

78
11
326
740
6
19
17
46
68
17
936
10
1
410
140
3
11
15


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TABLE 4


PERCENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES ENTERING POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS BY DISTRICT, 1972, 1973*


Comparison of Percent of 1972 & 1973 Graduates Who:


Number of
Graduates


District
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


Nu er of
Graduates


TOTAL 78,296 81,471 49.14% 45.75% 3.72% 3.60% 47.14% 50.65%

*University Laboratory Schools not included.


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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


Comparison of Percent of 1972 & 197,3 Graduates Who:


---


1973
1,231
152
1,023
220
4,050
7,087
124
318
280
503
492
346
13,846
143
77
6,498
2,428
55
64
471
58
42
146
112
144
169
230
411
5,509
170
485
440
131
36
837
1,163
1,125
199
54
170
930
1,045
348
465
343
1,508
148
4,576
302
3,938
753
5,537
2,938
551
334
525
610
1,252
1,180
212
253
206
79
1,912
86
237
164


Entered
1972
49.63%
28.29
49.95
37.20
60.84
49.62
33.33
36.57
33.64
45.55
48.46
34.37
55.42
20.98
28.57
46.23
50.08
42.11
47.30
27.91
32.73
28.26
51.70
32.00
32.43
48.51
28.02
36.44
37.56
36.42
58.87
45.99
18.64
21.74
42.02
44.56
46.68
31.14
31.91
37.89
47.46
46.01
51.67
44.47
31.53
49.40
37.01
51.90
51.32
54.20
41.24
52.61
47.45
30.33
44.24
46.73
51.76
55.90
39.02
27.65
34.73
43.84
45.00
61.78
9.21
44.80
26.74


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College
1973
34.52%
13.82
45.78
37.27
52.12
50.36
28.23
33.33
32.86
44.14
50.00
41.91
52.35
30.07
36.36
42.55
47.16
20.00
46.88
25.05
37.93
35.71
34.25
18.75
20.83
44.38
29.57
41.61
34.53
32.35
48.45
45.68
29.77
22.22
39.78
46.35
48.18
31.66
35.19
42.94
42.90
47.37
51.72
35.91
25.95
42.77
31.08
49.52
40.07
51.47
38.25
47.99
41.97
32.67
24.85
47.24
40.49
52.08
46.69
30.19
27.67
35.92
40.51
47.54
24.42
32.49
43.90


Entered Technical,
Trade & Other
1972 1973
1.74% 1.06%
5.92
4.32 2.05
.97 1.36
2.72 2.84
2.21 3.09
4.76 3.23
8.58 2.52
1.38 2.50
2.48 2.19
1.54 2.64
16.54 14.16
3.05 3.99
6.99
3.06 2.60
1.98 2.00
4.49 4.61
20.00
4.05 3.13
15.64 6.16
5.17
4.35 9.52
5.44 10.96
2.40 1.79
6.08 .69
2.98 5.33
8.21 6.52
11.51 3.65
4.50 5.79,
8.64 4.12
4.55 3.30
4.48 3.18
.85 3.82
2.78
5.36 2.99
1.10 2.41
3.41 3.11
4.19 1.51
2.13 1.85
2.11 5.88
4.32 3.98
2.46 1.15
3.65 8.62
3.77 3.87
.30 .87
3.59 2.32
.79 2.70
3.42 1.77
8.61 4.64
2.76 1.70
6.95 8.10
6.29 4.64
5.61 3.68
4.87 3.63
4.55 7.19
1.09 5.71
5.73 9.51
5.74 6.31
1.63 4.83
5.29 4.72
1.53 .79
2.96 .49
1.27
3.68 3.92
5.26 11.63
5.43 1.69
6.40


_~


~


~I


~


~


I


_


--


172 43.90


~


_I_


Did Not Immediately
Continue Education
1972 1973
48.63% 64.42%
65.79 86.18
45.73 52.17
61.83 61.37
36.44 45.04
48.17 46.55
61.91 68.54
54.85 64.15
64.98 64.64
51.97 53.65
50.00 47.36
49.09 43.94
41.53 43.66
72.03 69.97
68.37 61.04
51.79 55.45
45.43 48.23
57.89 60.00
48.65 49.99
56.45 68.79
67.27 56.90
67.39 54.77
42.86 54.79
65.60 79.46
61.49 78.48
48.51 50.29
63.77 65.46
52.05 54.74
57.94 59.68
54.94 63.53
36.58 48.25
49.53 51.14
80.51 66.41
78.26 75.00
52.62 57.23
54.34 51.24
49.91 48.71
64.67 66.83
65.96 62.96
60.00 51.18
48.22 53.12
51.53 51.48
44.68 39.66
51.76 60.22
68.17 73.18
47.01 54.91
62.20 66.22
44.68 48.71
40.07 55.30
43.04 46.83
51.81 53.65
41.10 47.37
46.94 54.36
64.80 63.70
51.21 67.96
52.18 47.05
42.51 50.00
38.36 41.61
59.35 48.48
67.06 65.09
63.74 71.54
53.20 63.59
55.00 58.23
34.54 48.54
85.53 63.95
49.77 65.82
66.86 56.10


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TABLE 5

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973*


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior lee an College State In Out-of-
School Number 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Alachua 1,231 221 136 9 59 9 4
Gainesville Comp. 0151 466 108 57 2 27 1 -
Hawthorne 0201 84 14 7 2 2 1
Newberry High 0261 69 16 2 1 1 -
Santa Fe High 0271 137 27 14 3 -
Eastside High 0421 183 24 -9 5 1
Buchholz High 0431 292 32 -47 7 21 5 2

Baker 152 21 -
Baker County High 0012 152 21 -

Bay 1,023 356 -31 3 78 13 8
Bay County High 0061 579 237 -25 3 50 10 5
Rutherford High 0341 444 119 -6 28 3 3

Bradford 220 56 -15 11 2 1
Bradford High 0021 220 56 15 11 2 1

Brevard 4,050 1,120 37 543 85 326 89 26
Titusville High 0011 625 139 12 111 14 56 18 2
Rockledge High 1011 290 43 19 2 28 4 -
Cocoa High 1121 394 132 15 16 4 -
Melbourne High 2011 606 127 6 62 10 36 24 8
Eau Gallie High 3011 505 152 17 117 21 15 12 8
Merritt Island 4011 580 231 69 10 63 3 4
Cocoa Beach 5011 300 85 65 12 55 2 1
Satellite High 6011 584 186 75 13 45 21 2
Astronaut High 0161 166 25 2 10 3 12 1 1

Broward 7,087 1,831 16 712 270 740 173 46
Pompano Beach 1018 479 122 62 11 64 5 -
Coconut Creek High 1168 356 65 34 9 21 4 3
Deerfield Beach 1171 393 48 1 45 29 93 6 5
Dillard Comp. 2037 180 20 12 6 30 5 -
Ft. Lauderdale 2095 503 142 47 6 70 11 1
Northeast High 2124 571 138 3 80 25 47 11 2
Boyd Anderson High 2174 265 57 9 9 12 3 2
Piper High 2190 333 92 23 9 14 14
Stranahan High 3021 450 240 35 10 58 23 4
Plantation High 3145 310 78 29 7 32 -
South Plantation High 3235 453 128 1 45 18 58 4 -
Hollywood Hills 4166 530 120 50 14 66 5 3
Cooper City High 4193 390 56 17 8 16 5
South Broward 5017 503 141 8 63 25 34 16
McArthur High 5024 421 106 25 8 20 6 2
Miramar High 5175 460 121 13 10 15 13 15
Nova High 6128 490 157 3 123 66 90 42 9

Calhoun 124 29 6 4 -
Blountstown 0021 95 23 5 3
Altha Pub. 0101 29 6 1 1 -

Charlotte 318 41 2 39 5 19 8 -
Charlotte High 0031 318 41 2 39 5 19 8 -

Citrus 280 56 2 15 2 17 7
Citrus High 0031 142 36 2 6 5 3 -
Crystal River 0121 138 20 9 2 12 4 -

Clay 503 137 3 29 7 46 6 5
Orange Park 0252 310 76 20 5 26 -
Keystone Heights 0301 63 13 3 1 2 7
Clay High 0341 130 48 8 13 6 5

Collier 492 83 3 71 21 68 9 4
Everglades High 0051 12 1 1 -
Immokalee High 0081 83 9 1 2 2 3 2
Naples 0151 397 73 3 70 19 65 6 2

Columbia 346 95 33 17 48 1
Columbia High 0061 346 95 33 17 48 1

Dade 13,846 4,589 96 1,200 428 936 491 61
Coral Gables 7071 806 243 1 108 30 149 10
Hialeah High 7111 798 325 3 35 15 21 25 10
Hialeah Miami Lakes High 7131 486 200 20 75 25 20 20 10
Miami Beach 7201 599 186 70 13 95 9





TABLE 5 (Contd.)

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Dade (Contd.)
Miami Carol City 7231 725 220 41 17 45 47 6
Miami Central 7251 535 175 5 50 25 50 50 -
Miami Coral Park 7271 736 194 38 5 40 4 1
Miami Edison 7301 400 121 4 40 19 34 7 1
Miami Jackson 7341 608 137 3 39 29 41 2 1
Miami Killian 7361 915 328 38 103 42 39 24 2
Miami Norland 7381 663 282 59 26 49 6 4
Miami Northwestern 7411 520 136 31 28 29 30 3
Miami Palmetto 7431 1,024 199 97 13 86 13 -
Miami Sr. High 7461 1,241 550 4 51 9 40 48 -
Miami Springs 7511 617 143 12 15 18 11 5
North Miami Beach Sr. High 7541 570 148 10 89 24 48 15
North Miami 7591 800 351 99 8 59 18
South Dade 7701 584 135 86 30 18 30 9
South Miami 7721 335 116 25 22 32 8 1
Southwest Miami 7741 843 392 8 54 33 23 ,107 8
Douglas McArthur 7831 41 8 7 -

De Soto 143 12 -16 5 10 -
De Soto County 0021 143 12 16 5 10 -

Dixie 77 22 4 1 1 2
Dixie County High 0021 77 22 4 1 1 2 -

Duval 6,498 1,529 76 490 260 410 112 18
Robert E. Lee 0331 521 94 1 52 24 91 10 -
Andrew Jackson 0351 492 79 14 11 14 20 2
Baldwin 0381 52 7 1
Tech. Senior High 0671 92 7 1 -
Paxon Sr. High 0751 402 80 1 12 8 24 3 -
Terry Parker 0861 614 211 2 81 37 53 2 -
Englewood 0901 480 107 30 30 30 -
Ribault Sr. 0961 394 105 12 25 6 8 6 2
New Stanton 1531 312 6 1 6 8 4 13 -
William Raines 1651 450 88 2 23 20 12 3 5
Fletcher High 2231 463 133 53 19 45 12 4
Wolfson Sr. 2241 575 181 34 110 33 47 14
Sandalwood 2371 533 165 23 30 26 14 11 4
N. B. Forrest 2411 562 116 27 17 34 18
Edward H. White 2481 556 150 27 21 33 -

Escambia 2,428 868 4 109 24 140 95 17
Century Sr. 0171 55 -
Escambia High 0281 565 238 22 26 3 -
Pensacola High 0411 338 115 1 18 4 20 5 3
J. M. Tate 0521 447 150 10 5 25 10 5
Ernest Ward 0541 62 3 -- 10 4
Beggs Ed. Center 0801 110 10 -
Washington Sr. 0811 330 120 3 27 3 24 4 1
W. J. Woodham 0851 521 242 -32 12 35 63 4


Flagler 55 5 3 3 10 1
Bunnell 0021 55 5 3 3 10 1

Franklin 64 5 11 3 11 2 -
Apalachicola 0041 41 10 2 7 2 -
Carrabelle 0061 23 5 1 1 4 -

Gadsden 471 23 69 1 15 29
Chattahoochee 0021 82 17 -9 2 1 -
Greensboro 0051 36 4 1 -
Havana High 0081 107 1 27 -2 1 -
James A. Shanks 0211 246 5 29 1 10 27 -

Gilchrist 58 15 1 6 2 1
Trenton High 0021 41 11 1 5 2 1
Bell High 0031 17 4 1 -

Glades 42 4 2 9 1 3
Moore Haven 0021 42 4 2 9 1 3


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TABLE 5 (Contd.)

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Gulf 146 35 1 7 7 14 2
Port St. Joe 0061 110 28 1 6 6 14 -
Wewahitchka 0081 36 7 1 1 2


14
14

25
25


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
Thomas Jefferson Sr. High
King High
Leto Compreh.
Plant High
Plant City High
Robinson High
Tampa Bay Vo-Tec.

Holmes
Holmes County
Poplar Springs
Bethlehem High
Ponce de Leon


Indian River
Vero Beach


19 1
19 1


2 5 2
2 5 2

3 1 2 1 -
3 1 2 1 -


27 6 15 14 1
27 6 15 14 1


411
103
158
150

5,509
510
535
195
647
323
575
562
681
563
535
383

170
71
25
24
50


485 119
485 119


41 21 54 6 10
41 21 54 6 10


Jackson
Marianna 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
Riverdale


0021
0121
0141
0181
0251
0301


0021


0021


0051
0081
0111
0121
0161
0181
0211
0231


0221
0311
0531
0591


131
131

36
36

837
93
121
75
1
283
118
88
58

1,163
285
250
345
283


13
13

7
7


22 1 3 3 2
22 1 3 3 2

1 1 -
1 1 -


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TABLE 5 (Contd.)

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Leon 1,125 272 6 184 18 62 31 4
Leon High School 0021 386 118 4 107 13 32 14 2
J. Richards 0051 290 75 2 25 2 10 16 1
Amos P. Godby 0161 421 79 52 3 20 1 1
Vocational Rehab. Job 0223 28 -
Training Center

Levy 199 42 14 4 3 3 -
Bronson High 0021 ,24 6 4 1 -
Cedar Key 0041 15 1 -
Chlefland High 0051 80 12 5 4 2- -
Williston High 0091 80 23 5 12 -

Liberty 54 14 3 2 1 -
Liberty County High 0021 54 14 3 2 1 -

Madison 170 59 6 1 7 6 4
Madison High 0022 120 45 5 1 6 5 1
Greenville High 0041 50 14 1 1 1 3

Manatee 930 268 3 74 10 44 33 4
Manatee High 0181 527 174 61 6 40 18 4
Palmetto High 0351 155 56 3 5 3 10 -
Southeast High 0431 248 38 8 1 4 5

Marion 1,045 318 4 95 23 55 10 2
Dunnellon 0171 95 12 1 1 2 2
Lake Weir 0281 154 57 5 9 2
N. Marion High 0331 189 29 1 7 2 4 1
Forest High 0351 302 120 37 11 25
Vanguard High 0461 305 100 2 45 10 15 5 2

Martin 348 109 4 51 13 13 25 5
Martin County 0031 348 109 4 51 13 13 25 5

Monroe 465 91 27 10 39 16 2
Coral Shores 0041 91 4 4 1 2 4
Key West High 0101 313 77 19 4 32 10 2
Marathon High 0131 61 10 4 5 5 2

Nassau 343 53 20 6 10 3
Fernandina Beach 0031 219 35 6 5 9 2
W. Nassau County 0191 124 18 14 1 1 1 -

Okaloosa 1,508 422 115 3 105 23 12
Baker High 0041 71 11 4 1
Laurel High 0201 30 3 1 -
Niceville 0211 350 105 15 1 38 1 4
Choctawhatchee 0581 453 151 52 1 31 2 2
Crestview 0601 198 40 20 1 26 4
Fort Walton Beach 0641 406 112 28 6 19 1

Okeechobee 148 33 5 2 6 2 2
Okeechobee High 0101 148 33 5 2 6 2 2

Orange 4,576 1,010 809 107 340 70 11
Boone High 0111 562 185 110 36 45 18 4
Edgewater 0121 532 155 113 10 59 15 2
Apopka Mem. 0281 240 43 22 4 11 1 -
Ocoee 0341 127 21 4 3 2
Lakeview High 0351 143 25 15 6 1 -
Colonial High 0661 640 58 73 -34 19 1
Evans High 0671 620 177 62 6 31 9 -
Oak Ridge 0691 552 131 60 6 28 3 2
Winter Park 1411 850 148 263 29 111 2
Jones High 5711 247 65 84 15 12 2
Wymore Tech. 5801 63 2 3 1 -

Osceola 302 52 39 3 27 14
Osceola High 0081 198 40 20 2 6 2 -
St. Cloud 0201 104 12 19 1 21 12





TABLE 5 (Contd.)

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973


Technical, Trade'
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-ofZ
School Number 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Palm Beach 3,938 1,167 22 385 105 348 56 11
Jupiter 0081 213 58 24 4 16 6 1
Howell L. Watkins 0121 138 20 9 2 12 4 -
Suncoast 0151 264 67 2 27 12 29 2
Twin Lakes 0393 306 136 6 24 15 46 8 3
Forest Hill 0581 475 166 40 6 42 4 -
Lake Worth 0691 432 169 -34 4 26 6 1
Atlantic 0862 299 108 1 26 8 18 13 1
Boca Raton 0961 478 156 13 96 26 46 4 1
Pahokee 1092 104 22 2 3 10 1 -
Glades Central 1201 240 29 16 5 29 -
John I. Leonard 1361 357 120 12 3 10 5 1
Palm B. Gardens 1371 443 54 56 9 53 2 2
North Shore 1431 189 62 19 8 11 1 1

Pasco 753 111 23 124 9 21 / 56 5
Pasco Comp. 0031 284 29 3 85 4 4 15 -
Zephyrhills 0101 131 16 1 4 1 1 5 -
Gulf High 0261 338 66 19 35 4 16 36 5

Pinellas 5,537 1,656 1 495 129 376 242 15
Boca Ciega 0431 585 179 39 17 26 28
Clearwater 0711 702 266 61 11 42 -
Dixie Hollins 1031 562 179 37 19 27 9 4
Dunedin 1081 527 205 49 10 35 14 2
Gibb 1531 250 54 8 5 3 1
Lakewood 2031 392 92 1 63 23 71 13
Largo 2081 626 136 39 19 52 46
Nina Harris 2581 27 1 -
Northeast 2641 620 150 97 15 28 74 2
St. Petersburg 3781 389 145 47 4 37 35 6
Seminole 3921 675 151 40 3 54 10
Tarpon Springs 4521 182 98 15 3 4 10 -

Polk 2,938 678 21 252 57 225 91 17
Lakeland 0031 610 165 3 62 16 59 17 3
Haines City 0311 260 48 3 26 5 13 20 3
Winter Haven 0481 597 177 1 28 10 34 10 1
Fort Meade 0791 76 11 6 3 2 1
Auburndale 0811 224 45 10 5 4 3 -
Bartow 0901 290 70 22 8 51 4
Mulberry 1131 114 11 31 2 5 3 -
Kathleen 1181 458 70 40 5 24 25 3
Frostproof 1261 58 13 -2 2 10 -
Lake Wales 1311 251 68 14 25 4 22 7 6

Putnam 551 139 -23 10 8 11 9
Palatka South 0041 231 76 -13 5 3 6 1
Interlachen 0112 100 29 2 1 1 2 -
Palatka Central 0171 150 22 7 3 3 1 1
Crescent City 0261 70 12 1 1 1 2 7

St. Johns 334 37 3 15 14 24 23 1
St. Augustine 0181 282 37 3 15 14 24 23 1
Hastings 0191 52 -

St. Lucie 525 175 3 30 15 25 26 4
Ft. Pierce 0161 525 175 3 30 15 25 26 4

Santa Rosa 610 157 24 6 60 36 22
Allentown 0021 15 5 -- 2 1
Chumuckla 0061 15 4 1
Gulf Breeze 0103 150 57 7 2 26 2
Jay 0141 65 8 9 1 1
Milton 0151 356 79 17 4 20 32 21
Munson 0161 9 4 2

Sarasota 1,252 265 14 173 28 172 68 11
Sarasota 0051 435 116 6 50 4 41 28 4
Riverview 0181 533 113 8 82 18 94 36 7
Venice 0221 240 32 30 6 20 4 -
Sarasota Co. St. Ct. 0292 44 4 11 17 -


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TABLE 5 (Contd.)

PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and School Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School Number 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State


Seminole
Seminole High
Oviedo
Lyman

Sumter
South Sumter
Wildwood

Suwannee
Suwannee High
Branford

Taylor
Taylor County

Union
Union County

Volusia
Deland
Mainland
New Smyrna Beach
Seabreeze
Taylor

Wakulla
Wakulla County


1,180
397
160
623


0071


7

1
6

2

2


206 43
206 43

79 25
79 25

1,912 567 1
439 93 -
644 195
264 93
510 175 -
55 11 1

86 15 -
.86 15


23 1 7 1
23 1 7 1

2 1 4 1
2 1 4 1 -


-1 10
-1 10


Walton 237
Paxton High 0101 30
Freeport 0141 32
Walton 0271 175

Washington 164
Chipley 0021 108
Vernon 0051 56



*Does not include University Laboratory Schools.


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NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS


Nonpublic schools include both parochial and private schools. Usable infor-
0'
nation was received from 107 of the 108 schools which were eligible for inclusion

in this report. The high degree of voluntary cooperation by the nonpublic schools

is appreciated. A total of 5,904 graduates in 1973 is shown for these schools.

Of the 107 schools surveyed, 47 (43.92 percent) had 25 or fewer graduates; however,

only 9.18 percent of the nonpublic school graduates came from these schools. Small

graduating classes are common with nonpublic schools since some nonpublic 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 47 43.92 542 9.18
26-50 22 20.56 832 14.09
51-75 10 9.35 620 10.50
76-100 10 9.35 889 15.06
101-200 12 11.21 1,646 27.88
Over 200 6 5.61 1,375 23.29

A comparison of the number of graduates of 1972 and 1973 shows:


Nonpublic 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 schools
Did not go on to further education
or training immediately


1972
Number Percent

100
5,485
1,686 30.74
53 .97

769 14.02

455 8.29
1,548 28.22

126 2.30

848 15.46


S1973
Number Percent

107
5,904
1,710 28.96
124 2.10

1,028 17.41

454 7.69
1,427 24.17

162 2.75

999 16.92


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Percent
Change
1972
to 1973


-
7.64
1.42
133.96

33.68

-.22
-7.82

23.02

17.81


-- -





More than four-fifths (80.33 percent) of the nonpublic school graduates

entered college and an additional 2.75 percent continued other types of formal

training. The proportion of nonpublic school graduates entering out-of-state

colleges (24.17 percent) was considerably greater than the proportion of public

school graduates (6.95 percent) going to college outside Florida. .The proportion

of nonpublic school graduates entering technical, trade, or other types of

schools (2.75 percent) is less than the public school graduates (3.60 percent)

than entered a technical or trade school.

Of the 5,904 nonpublic school graduates reported for 1973, 4,743 or 80.33

percent, entered college during 1972-73. Of these 4,743 graduates who entered

college:

36.06 percent entered public junior colleges
2.61 percent entered private junior colleges
21.67 percent entered public universities in Florida
9.57 percent entered private colleges in Florida
30.09 percent entered out-of-state universities

Consistent with the decline in the percentage of public high school graduates

entering post-secondary education, was the decline in percentage of nonpublic

secondary school graduates. A comparison of the following table for the years

1962 through 1973, inclusive, with that for public high school graduates on page 3,

shows that the trend of decreasing percentages of private school graduating

seniors continuing their education is not as clearly defined as that for public

school students. Like the public schools, the trend was that of increasing rates

of students continuing their education in the late sixties, and decreasing rates

in the seventies. The trend of private school graduates, however, was not as

uniform as that of the public school graduates, with the most marked difference

occurring in 1966, 1969, and 1970.


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Year
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1962
* No report pub


Percent Who Entered
Post-Secondary Institution
83.08
84.54
86.27
87.72
87.18
88.46
84.65
82.90
83.65
82.47
77.85
lished in 1963


Rate of
Change in Percent
-1.73
-2.01
-1.65
.62
-1.45
4.50
2.11
.90
1.43
*


Nonpublic schools

The table below should be compared to that for public high school graduates.

Four-year colleges and universities have traditionally been more popular than

community colleges in this group, but the eleven-year trend is similar to that for

public school graduates. Most noticable was the growth of community college

enrollments from 1962 through 1967 at the expense of four-year colleges and

universities. However, the percentage of enrollment in community colleges in

1973 for this group is comparable to that for public school graduates in 1962.

The same comparison between the two groups of graduates can be made for four-year

college and university enrollment percentages.


Total Four-Year Colleges
Who Entered Community Colleges and Universities
Year College % Total Gain/Loss % Total Gain/Loss Diff.+
1973 4,743 38.67 1,834 95 61.33 2,909 137 -42
1972 4,511 38.54 1,739 180 61.56 2,772 153 27
1971 4,178 37.32 1,559 -113 62.68 2,619 193 -306
1970 4,098 40.80 1,672 222 59.20 2,426 83 139
1969 3,793 38.22 1,450 16 61.74 2,343 192 -176
1968 3,585 40.00 1,434 170 60.00 2,151 381 -211
1967 3,034 41.67 1,264 40 58.33 1,770 32 8
1966 3,062 39.98 1,224 34 60.02 1,838 51 -17
1965 2,977 39.97 1,190 420 60.03 1,787 146 274
1964 2,411 31.94 770 320* 68.06 1,641 280* 40*
1962 1,811 24.85 450 75.15 1,361 -
+ Community Colleges Gain/Loss minus 4-year Colleges and Universities Gain/Loss.
* No report published in 1963. All figures denoted by an asterick (*) represent two year
changes.


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TABLE 6

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Alachua
Oak Hall Private School 7 1 3 -2 1

Brevard
Central Catholic High School 73 31 18 2 12 -
Florida Air Academy 55 4 6 2 40 1 2

Broward
Broward Christian School 6 1 1 2 -
Broward Preparatory School 12 10 2
Cardinal Gibbons High School 240 102 40 80 10 8
Chaminade High School 118 41 23 15 27 1
Madonna Academy 97 37 21 12 9 2
The Mills School 6 1 2 1
Omni School 2 2 -
Palm Cove Beach School 13 5 3 3 1
Palm Manor Private School 14 5 1
Pine Crest School 118 25 14 79 -
St..Thomas Aquinas High School 174 58 1 50 4 18 1
West Hollywood Private School 3 2 -

Clay
St. Johns Country Day School 23 1 1 4 3 14 -

Collier
Immokalee Day School, Inc. 3 -

Dade
Academy of the Assumption 32 14 2 6 7 1
Adelphi School 115 *
Archbishop Curley High School 110 50 7 21 23
Belen Jesuit Preparatory School 41 25 8 8
Carrollton School for Girls 32 7 3 6 16
Christopher Columbus High School 180 70 33 25 39 3 -
Dade Christian School 69 6 3 9 21 1
Deerborne Private School 67 31 5 9 5 4
Drexel School 3 2 1 -
Everglades School for Girls 30 1 1 6 21 1
Florida Christian School 18 5 5 6
Gables Academy 12 10 1
Greater Miami Academy 15 2 1 8 -
Hebrew Academy 8 1 7 -
Immaculata-LaSalle High School 213 106 15 27 11
The Lear School 22 14 2 6 -
Learning Place 12 11 -
Loyola School 21 13 1 -- 2
Mesivta High School of
Greater Miami 6 1 2 1 2
Miami Christian 38 10 3 4 10 -
Miami Military Academy 69 15 10 9 11 18 6
Miami Shores Preparatory School 15 1 4 5 -
Monsignor Edward Pace 180 50 10 4 6 -
Notre Dame Academy 144 89 8 17 15 3 1
Our Lady of.Lourdes Academy 138 33 45 24 33 3 -
Oxford Academy 9 4 -
Ransom School 43 1 3 2 37
St. John Vianney Minor Seminary 7 4 1 1 1 -
South Dade Christian Academy 2 -
School for Learning, Inc. 5 2 1 1 1
Southwest Preparatory 5 4 1 -
Westminister Christian School 53 16 6 3 19 7
Yale School 15 8 3 -

Duval
Bartram School 18 1 1 4 12 -
Bishop Kenny High School 207 20 2 42 26 48 6 5
The Bolles School 91 13 6 72 -
Jacksonville Episcopal High School 94 3 1 13 5 67 1
Maranatha Academy 13 10 1 1
University Christian School 30 -8 2 9 2 1

Records incomplete




TABLE 6 (Contd.)

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION ENTERED, 1973


Technical, Trade
District University Out-of- and Other
and Graduates Junior College and College State In Out-of-
School 1973 Public Private Public Private College Florida State

Escambia
Pensacola Academy of Arts
and Sciences 33 2 1 1 29 -
Pensacola Catholic High School 166 90 20 26 17
Pensacola Christian School 37 13 1 2 1 14 1
Pensacola Mennonite Christian 2 --
Pensacola School of Liberal Arts 98 30 17 4 35 1 -


Robert F. Monroe Day School

Hillsborough
Academy of the Holy Names
Berkeley Preparatory School
Jesuit High School
Tampa Catholic High School
Temple Heights Christian School

Jefferson
Aucilla Christian Academy


21 9


18 9 -


Lake
Florida Central Academy
Howey Academy
Montverde Academy

Lee
Bishop Verot High School


Leon
Alfred B. Maclay, Jr. Day School
North Florida Christian School


ri]l.:lI.l.:.rn School of Bradenton

Marion
Golden Hills Academy
Marion Academy

Monroe
Mary Immaculate School

Orange
Bishop Moore High School
Central Florida Christian
Lake Highland Preparatory
Orlando Christian School
Platts Academy
Trinity Preparatory School

Palm Beach
Cardinal Newman High School
Christian Day School
Palm Beach Academy
Palm Beach Country Day School
Rosarian Academy
St. Andrews School
King's Academy

Pinellas
Admiral Farragut Academy
Bishop Barry High School
Clearwater Central Catholic
Notre Dame Academy

Polk
Santa Fe High School
Lakeland Christian Schools


65 33


9 2
43 9 3


13 7 -


19 9
2 1


42 18 3


102 28
10 3


16 1


2
2 1


5 1


- 18 6 32
2 -- 2


St. Johns
St. Joseph Academy


34 4 6


1 1


- 1




2

1


5


2 5





TABLE 6 (Contd.)

NONPUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES BY SCHOOL AND TYPE OF POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION


District
and
School

St. Lucie
Indian River Academy
John Carroll High School

Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Christian School

Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney High School
Out-of-Door-School
The Prew School

Seminole
Forest Lake Academy
The Sanford Naval Academy

Volusia
Father Lopez High School


University
Graduates Junior College and College
1973 Public Private Public Private


12 6 ) 1
48 32 3


19 3 -


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


1 -
1 -


10 -


10 10

4 -


42 4 -
21 2


15 -


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