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Martin County School District Federal Graduation Rate Outperforms State

by | Jan 11, 2018
Stuart, FL – The Florida Department of Education released federal graduation rates today for the 2016-2017 school year. The report shows that the Martin County School District’s federal graduation rate is 83.9 percent.  The state’s average graduation rate was 82.3 percent for 2016-2017.
“The Martin County School District is committed to the success of every student. Our mission is for every student to receive a high school diploma and be ready for college and career. We were aware the graduation rate would be impacted based on the coding changes from House Bill 7069. As Superintendent, I am assembling a comprehensive team to address the graduation rate and implement systemic changes across all school levels,” says Superintendent Laurie J. Gaylord.
The Martin County School District has three traditional high schools: Jensen Beach High School, Martin County High School, and South Fork High School; and one charter high school: Clark Advanced Learning Center. The graduation rates for the District also include data from special schools and programs including Department of Juvenile Justice, Homebound, Martin Girls Academy, Spectrum Junior/Senior High, Stuart Adult Community High, Riverbend Academy, and Willoughby Learning Center.

Federal Graduation Rate                 2016-2017      2015-2016
Martin County School District           83.9%             88.7% 
Florida total                                       82.3%             80.7%             
Graduation Rate by School             2016-2017      2015-2016
Jensen Beach High School               88.4%             91.8%             
Martin County High School                85.3%             88.9%             
South Fork High School                    85.5%             89.1%             
Clark Advanced Learning Center      100.0%           97.6% 
More information on graduation rates in Florida can be found at

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