The “School Grade” provides an easily understandable way to measure the performance of a school. Schools are graded A, B, C, D, or F. There are four achievement components, four learning gains components, a middle school acceleration, as well as components for graduation rate and college and career acceleration. Each component is worth up to 100 points in the overall calculation. The number of points earned for each component is added together and divided by the total number of available points to determine the percentage of points earned. School Grading Scale: A = 62% of points or greater, B = 54% to 61% of points, C = 41% to 53% of points, D = 32% to 40% of points, F = 31% of points or less.
Due to the may challenges our students experienced last year and the non-traditional way our students learned, the Charter School decided to NOT receive a school grade based on students’ FSA performance for the 2020-2021 school year. As a result, our school grade remains a C based on data from 2018-2019.
For additional information about the School’s performance in many different areas, visit: School Report Card
The School Public Accountability Report can be found by accessing this link: Florida’s School Public Accountability Reports (SPARS)