County-by-county breakdown: Here’s how area schools graded for the 2021-22 academic year

Florida school grades far exceed expectations, Florida Department of Education data shows

(Jennifer Whitney For The Texas Tribune, Jennifer Whitney For The Texas Tribune)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Florida Department of Education on Thursday released school grades for the 2021-22 academic year, which show that schools statewide exceeded expectations.

According to a release from FDOE, 469 Florida schools increased their grade in 2022, while 825 schools maintained an A grade and 348 schools maintained a B grade compared to 2019.

In the Northeast Florida area, here are the county grades for the 2022 academic year: Alachua: B, Baker: B, Bradford: C, Clay: A, Columbia: B, Duval: B, Flagler: B, Nassau: A, Putnam: C, St. Johns: A, Union: B.

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County-by-county breakdown of 2021-2022 grades

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. (Note: Only schools for which an opt-in request was submitted by the school district superintendent or charter school governing board have a letter grade assigned for the 2020-21 school year.)

VIEW: See the breakdown of the 2021-22 grades for all Florida schools

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Carianne Luter is a social media producer for News4Jax and has worked at Channel 4 since December 2015. She graduated from the University of North Florida with a degree in communications.