Sanford, fl school district

Sanford, fl school district DEFAULT
 AmountAmount
per Student
Percent
Total Revenue:$646,554,000$9,520
   Revenue by Source
      Federal:$55,981,000$8249%
      Local:$272,267,000$4,00942%
      State:$318,306,000$4,68749%
Total Expenditures:$650,973,000$9,585
   Total Current Expenditures:$570,036,000$8,393
      Instructional Expenditures:$359,171,000$5,28963%
      Student and Staff Support:$51,122,000$7539%
      Administration:$51,797,000$7639%
      Operations, Food Service, other:$107,946,000$1,58919%
   Total Capital Outlay:$67,587,000$995
      Construction:$56,965,000$839
   Total Non El-Sec Education & Other:$6,259,000$92
   Interest on Debt:$7,091,000$104

NOTES

  • * denotes a column with data from 2020-2021
  • [ † ] indicates that the data are not applicable. For example, the enrollment and staff characteristics for districts that opened in the 2020-2021 school year will not be available until the full 2020-2021 file is released.
  • [ – ] indicates that the data are missing.
  • [ ‡ ] indicates that the data do not meet NCES data quality standards.
  • The directory information on district name, address, and phone number are preliminary data from initial submissions of district level data for 2020-2021.
  • Data provided on student membership and staffing are from the official district level data for 2019-2020.

Source:CCD Public school district data for the 2019-2020, 2020-2021 school years

Sours: https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/districtsearch/district_detail.asp?ID2=1201710

Education

Seminole County Public Schools

Lyman High School

Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is renowned as a Premier National School District.  SCPS is the 12th largest school district in Florida and is 60th nationally.  It boasts 37 traditional Elementary Schools, 12 Middle Schools, and 9 High Schools.  Student enrollment for 2019-2020 is more than 68,000.  The average experience level of a SCPS teacher is 12.49 years with 46.35% of SCPS teachers having advance degrees and 98% designated as “Highly Qualified.”

Magnet & Choice Schools: 

Magnet and Choice schools offer themed learning environments such as math, science, technology, communication or the arts. SCPS operates:

  • Six (6) Elementary School Magnets
  • Four (4) Middle School Magnets
  • Five (5) High School Magnets

SCPS Points of Pride:

  • SCPS was an “A”-rated district for the 2018-2019 school year by FDOE.
  • SCPS Grad Rate for 2018-2019 was 92.8%. That’s 5.9% above the State Average.
  • SCPS 2019 Graduating Seniors earned more than $58 million in scholarships and earned more than 3,800 industry certifications.
  • 15,265 AP Exams were given during the 2018-2019 school year with a 63% pass rate.
  • SCPS is ranked #1 in the state in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math).
  • SCPS is one of the top districts in the state in Calculus & Physics Enrollment.
  • SCPS named 4th best school district in Florida by Niche.com for 2020.
  • SCPS is a proud member of the League of Innovative Schools, a national coalition of forward-thinking school districts organized by Digital Promise.
  • SCPS has been named the 1st Full Immersion Computer Science Lighthouse District in Florida by Code to the Future.
  • SCPS has been recognized by EDWeek Magazine for Gifted Education.

With all the amazing things taking place at SCPS, it's easy to see why Seminole County is among the nations highest quality public school systems and an economic driver for our region.

For higher education, Seminole County is in proximity to more than 35 colleges, universities, technical schools and private institutions as well as continuing education programs that offer on-going opportunities for workers sharpening their skills.

Additional resources on Seminole County Public Schools:

Additional resources on Higher Education:

Sours: https://www.seminolecountyfl.gov/businesses/economic-development/facts-data/education.stml
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A larger number of schools in this district are rated above average in school quality.


These are some of the best public high schools in Seminole at preparing students for success in college. The College Success Award recognizes schools that do an exemplary job getting students to enroll in and stick with college, including those that excel at serving students from low-income families.
District student progress

A larger number of schools in this district have students who are making more academic progress than their peers at other schools in the state.


Is this district offering opportunity for all its students, or leaving some kids behind? Successful districts are working to close the achievement gap.

Rigorous courses can help students prepare for and get into college, including coursework in STEM subjects. Find out more.
Many successful high school students end up in remedial math courses in college. Is your student prepared for college-level math? Ask this district how they ensure students are well-prepared.

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Seminole County Public Schools

Public school in Sanford, Seminole, Florida, United States

Seminole County Public Schools
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SCPS official Logo

400 East Lake Mary Boulevard


Sanford

,

Seminole

,

Florida

32773-7127


United States

TypePublic
SuperintendentSerita D. Beamon[1]
GradesPK-12
Websitehttp://www.scps.k12.fl.us/

Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is a public school district that covers Seminole County, Florida. As of September 2006[update], the total district wide enrollment was 66,351 students.[2]

History[edit]

During the COVID-19 pandemic in Florida, as of August 2021 Seminole County allows parents to opt out of their children wearing masks, but if there is no parental opt-out students must wear masks.[3] In August 2021 17% of students were exempted.[4]

School board[edit]

The District School Board is elected on a non-partisan basis. Members serve four year terms.

  • School Board District 1: Kristine Kraus
  • School Board District 2: Karen Almond
  • School Board District 3: Abby Sanchez
  • School Board District 4: Amy Pennock
  • School Board District 5: Tina Calderone

Schools[edit]

The district operates 57 traditional schools. This includes nine high schools, 12 middle schools, and 36 elementary schools.

High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Lawton Chiles Middle School
  • Greenwood Lakes Middle School
  • Indian Trails Middle School
  • Jackson Heights Middle School
  • Markham Woods Middle School
  • Millennium Middle School
  • Milwee Middle School
  • Rock Lake Middle School
  • Sanford Middle School
  • South Seminole Academy
  • Teague Middle School
  • Tuskawilla Middle School

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Altamonte Elementary School
  • Bear Lake Elementary School
  • Bentley Elementary School
  • Carillon Elementary School
  • Casselberry Elementary School
  • Crystal Lake Elementary School
  • Eastbrook Elementary School
  • English Estates Elementary School
  • Evans Elementary School
  • Forest City Elementary School
  • Geneva Elementary School
  • Goldsboro Elementary School
  • Hamilton Elementary School
  • Heathrow Elementary School
  • Highlands Elementary School
  • Idyllwilde Elementary School
  • Keeth Elementary School
  • Lake Mary Elementary School
  • Lake Orienta Elementary School
  • Lawton Elementary School
  • Layer Elementary School
  • Longwood Elementary School
  • Midway Elementary School
  • Partin Elementary School
  • Pine Crest Elementary School
  • Rainbow Elementary School
  • Red Bug Elementary School
  • Sabal Point Elementary School
  • Spring Lake Elementary School
  • Stenstrom Elementary School
  • Sterling Park Elementary School
  • Walker Elementary School
  • Wekiva Elementary School
  • Wicklow Elementary School
  • Wilson Elementary School
  • Winter Springs Elementary School
  • Woodlands Elementary School

Charter schools[edit]

There are the four charter schools that are accountable to SCPS.[5]

  • Choices in Learning Elementary Charter School
  • Galileo School for Gifted Learning
  • United Cerebral Palsy School
  • Seminole Science Charter School

Home schools and virtual schools[edit]

The district operates home school and virtual school programs.

Voluntary Pre-K[edit]

The district operates voluntary pre-K at selected locations within the District.

Magnet schools[edit]

Seminole County Public Schools has 14 magnet schools, offering a total of 15 different magnet programs.

Elementary schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^http://www.scps.k12.fl.us[better source needed]
  2. ^"Selected statistics on enrollment, teachers, dropouts, and graduates in public school districts enrolling more than 15,000 students, by state: 1990, 2000, and 2006"(PDF). Digest of Education Statistics 2008. U.S. Department of Education. Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics. 18 March 2009. pp. 129–139. Retrieved 2009-04-26.
  3. ^Toohey, Grace (2021-08-07). "Seminole County schools to require masks for students unless parents opt out, matching Orange's decision". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 2021-08-18.
  4. ^Postal, Leslie (2021-08-18). "In Seminole, almost 17% of students opt out of wearing masks at school". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 2021-08-18.
  5. ^"Charter Schools". scps.k12.fl.us. August 22, 2017. Retrieved March 14, 2020.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seminole_County_Public_Schools

School district fl sanford

Florida › Sanford

Sanford is a city in Seminole county, Florida

These are some of the best public high schools in Sanford at preparing students for success in college. The College Success Award recognizes schools that do an exemplary job getting students to enroll in and stick with college, including those that excel at serving students from low-income families.
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    68,269 students|SANFORD, FL
    Grades PK-12|73 schools
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Sanford, FL

Public School Ratings


District Quality Compared to Florida

(10 is best)

Better than of FL school districts.

District Quality Compared to U.S. info

(10 is best)

Better than of U.S. school districts.


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    Proficiency in Math

SchoolGrades
Altamonte Elementary School
525 Pineview St
Altamonte Springs, FL, 32701
PK-05
Bear Lake Elementary School
3399 Gleaves Ct
Apopka, FL, 32703
PK-05
Bentley Elementary School
2190 S Oregon Ave
Sanford, FL, 32771
PK-05
Boys Town School
975 Oklahoma St
Oviedo, FL, 32765
KG-12
Carillon Elementary School
3200 Lockwood Blvd
Oviedo, FL, 32765
PK-05
Casselberry Elementary School
1075 Crystal Bowl Cir
Casselberry, FL, 32707
PK-05
Chiles Middle School
1240 Sanctuary Dr
Oviedo, FL, 32766
06-08
Choices In Learning Charter School
1100 East State Road 434
Winter Springs, FL, 32708
PK-05
Contracted Services School
400 E Lake Mary Blvd
Sanford, FL, 32773
PK-05
Crooms Academy Of Information Technology School
2200 W 13 Th St
Sanford, FL, 32771
09-12
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Ethnic/racial GroupsThis DistrictThis State
White (non-hispanic) 49.5% 38.7%
Black 15.1% 22.5%
Hispanic 29.3% 35.5%
Asian Or Pacific Islander 5.7% 2.9%
American Indian Or Native Of Alaska 0.4% 0.5%
Economic GroupsThis DistrictThis State
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 46.6% 54.0%
FREE LUNCH ELIGIBLE 38.1% 48.7%
REDUCED LUNCH ELIGIBLE 8.6% 5.3%
For This District Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,289 $359,171,000 55.2%
Support Expenditures
Student $384 $26,050,000 4.0%
Staff $369 $25,072,000 3.9%
General Administration $76 $5,167,000 0.8%
School Administration $502 $34,075,000 5.2%
Operation $746 $50,648,000 7.8%
Transportation $366 $24,862,000 3.8%
Other $185 $12,555,000 1.9%
Total Support $2,627 $178,429,000 27.4%
Non-instructional Expenditures $1,669 $113,373,000 17.4%
Total Expenditures $9,585 $650,973,000 100.0%
For The State Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $5,693 $16,242,077,000 54.4%
Support Expenditures
Student $410 $1,168,509,000 3.9%
Staff $560 $1,598,875,000 5.4%
General Administration $86 $245,327,000 0.8%
School Administration $505 $1,439,768,000 4.8%
Operation $898 $2,562,551,000 8.6%
Transportation $356 $1,016,052,000 3.4%
Other $241 $688,912,000 2.3%
Total Support $3,057 $8,719,994,000 29.2%
Non-instructional Expenditures $1,717 $4,898,903,000 16.4%
Total Expenditures $10,467 $29,860,974,000 100.0%
For The Nation Per StudentTotal% Of Total
Instructional Expenditures $7,069 $358,201,987,000 50.3%
Support Expenditures
Student $716 $36,303,849,544 5.1%
Staff $569 $28,839,133,000 4.1%
General Administration $233 $11,807,269,000 1.7%
School Administration $680 $34,450,660,000 4.8%
Operation $1,094 $55,418,509,000 7.8%
Transportation $494 $25,019,268,456 3.5%
Other $430 $21,796,799,000 3.1%
Total Support $4,216 $213,635,488,000 30.0%
Non-instructional Expenditures $2,767 $140,198,177,000 19.7%
Total Expenditures $14,052 $712,035,652,000 100.0%
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