Florida School Ratings
Home About

Florida School Ratings - FAQ

How were Florida's Public Schools Graded in 2013?
How many points must a school have to receive an 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' or 'F' grade?
  • Elementary (800-point scale): A = at least 525 points, B = 495 to 524 points,
    C = 435 to 494 points, D = 395 to 434 points, F = less than 395 points.
  • Middle/Combination (900-point scale): A = at least 590 points, B = 560 to 589 points,
    C = 490 to 559 points, D = 445 to 489 points, F = less than 445 points.
  • High Schools (1600-point scale): A = At least 1,050 points, B = 990 to 1,049 points,
    C = 870 to 989 points, D = 790 to 869 points, F = less than 790 points.
  • K-12, 6-12 Combination (1700-point scale): A = At least 1,115 pts., B = 1,050 to 1,114 pts.,
    C = 925 to 1,049 pts., D = 840 to 924 pts., F = less than 840 pts.
What is the break-down, in terms of the percent of schools that receive each grade?
For schools that have been graded, 32% received an A, 26.6% received a B, 26% received a C, 11.8% received a D, and 3.6% received an F
How do I advertise on Florida School Ratings?
You can advertise on school-ratings.com through Google's Adwords site.

©2013 Florida School Ratings - Ratings on 3137 Florida Schools About this Site
terms of use     Feedback: