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Pasco High Schools Double Number of A Grades
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Pasco High Schools Double Number of A Grades

Pasco County, Florida -- Out of Pasco’s 13 high schools earning a grade for 2013, the number of A schools doubled from 23 percent overall to 46 percent overall. 

Sixty-one percent of the schools scored an A or a B, and no school received a D or F.

Five schools increased a letter grade, with four of them moving from B to A.  Three schools maintained their grade and two schools lost a letter grade for not meeting adequate progress for at-risk students.  

The five schools increasing a letter grade are:

  • Pasco High School
  • Sunlake High School
  • Fivay High School
  • Gulf High School
  • River Ridge High School

“While we celebrate our success, we continue to work diligently to ensure that all of our students have access to opportunities to succeed at high levels,” said Superintendent Kurt Browning.  “We must remember that beginning in 2014, there will be an automatic grade scale increase, requiring more points to earn an A, a B, or a C; therefore, our work does not stop,” he added.

Overall, six schools were graded A, two received a B, six earned a C, and no schools were graded D or F.  

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