The Best & Worst School Districts In Florida
School is starting soon for a lot of kids in Florida! Are you surprised that Pinellas County school’s are not considered the best school district in Florida? I guess it’s good to know that it’s also not the worst. There is an elementary school by my house, and my neighbors say it’s a great school. Keep reading to find out the best and worst school districts in Florida.
With that being said, are you looking to move to Florida? If so, do you keep your kids education in mind when deciding a location to reside? If you answered yes, then you have come to the right article. Property club has came up with a list of the 9 best school districts in Florida.
St. Johns County School District Is The #1 School District In Florida
The St Johns County school district is located in Northeastern Florida. If you are familiar with St. Augustine, then you know exactly where this school district is. This district has 46 schools in total and the high schools in this area have a 94% graduation rate. The entire state of Florida has a graduation rate of 90%. The school district has many awards and is considered the state’s premier choice when it comes to education.
In Total, 9 school districts made Propety clubs list but St. Johns County is considered to have the best school system in Florida. Other districts that made the list are Okaloosa County School District , Seminole County Public School District, Clay County School District , Collier County Public School District, Leon County School District, Alachua County Public Schools, Martin County School District and the Nassau County School District.
Hamilton County School District is the worst school district in Florida
Hamilton County School District is located in Jasper Florida which is north near the border of Georgia. In this school district students have the lowest chances for success. A big reason for this ranking is that there is a very high child poverty rate of 34.3%. Sadly that is higher than both the state and national rates. The sate rate is 18.4% and the national is 17%. Students who live in poor households are much less likely to succeed in school.