Promises Made, Promises Kept

HISTORIC GAINS for Flagler County Students - An "A" Rated District

HISTORIC Increases in Graduation Rates for ALL Students (14-15 to 18-19)

  • ALL students increased graduation rates from 78% to *92% (*19-20 Projected)
    • African American increased from 63% to 85%
    • Hispanic from increased from 79% to 90%
    • Two or More Races increased from 81% to 83%
    • Asian increased from 91% to 97%
    • White increased from 80% to 89%
    • English Language Learners increased from 78% to 89%
    • Economically Disadvantaged Students increased from 75% to 85%
    • At-Risk Students increased from 52% to 70%

HISTORIC Increases in Exceptional Student Education (ESE) (14-15 to 18-19) 

  • Standard Diploma Graduation Rates for Students With Disabilities (SWD) from 57% to 92%%
  • Federal Graduation Rates for SWD increased from 50% to 79%
  • Federal Drop Out Rate (14-15 to 18-19)
    • Students With Disabilities decreased from 24% to 7%
    • Emotionally/Behaviorally Disabled Students decreased from 67% to 25%
    • Specific Learning Disabled Students decreased from 19% to 9%
  • Post High School Success for Students with Disabilities (14-15 to 17-18)
    • Enrolled in Higher Education increased from 19% to 22%
    • Enrolled in Higher Education or Competitively Employed increased from 36% to 54%
    • Engaged in any Employment or Continuing Education increased from 49% to 64%

HISTORIC Increases in Acceleration Opportunities for ALL Students

  • Increased dual enrollment opportunities through Daytona State College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, University of North Florida, FTI and the University of Florida
  • Increased students receiving an Associates of Arts degree from 37 students to 96 students
  • 205% increase in dual enrolled students
  • 62% increase in students taking Advanced Placement Courses
  • 51% Increase in Advanced Placement Exams
  • 20 different career Flaglership programs offered throughout Flagler Schools
  • 3,700 students participating in one of our 26 Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs
  • 1,722 Industry & Technical Credentials earned in 18-19