|Published:||Dec 21, 2012 5:13 PM EST|
|Updated:||Dec 21, 2012 5:13 PM EST|
LEE COUNTY, Fla.- Lee County public high schools continued to show improvement based on the State Accountability and Grading System. The results show that 94 percent of high schools earned an “A” or “B” grade as compared to the statewide average of 78 percent.
Twelve of the high schools graded earned enough points to receive an “A” grade.
Some of Lee County’s highlights include:
-Six high schools improved one or more letter grades;
-South Ft. Myers High improved two letter grades (from C to A);
-12 high schools earned a raw score high enough to receive an “A” grade; 2 were reduced a grade level based on special graduation rate rules.
For a complete school-by-school listing of grades, visit their website (www.leeschools.net).
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