brevard county public schools: Grades for Brevard County High Schools
- 02/09/15 11:02 AM
Grades for Brevard County High Schools
The Florida Department of Education recently released grade reports for Brevard County Schools. Their report indicates that 2013-2014 high school graduation rate is at an 11 year high at 71.6%.
50% of each high school's grade is based on student FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) scores. The other 50% of the grade is based on graduation rates, performance and accelerated curriculum participation.
Here are 2014 and 2013 school grades for Brevard County Public High Schools:
Astronaut High: 2014 A, 2013 A
Bayside High: 2014 B, 2013 A
Brevard Virtual Franchise: 2014 B
brevard county public schools: First Day for Brevard County Schools
- 08/08/12 09:54 AM
Summer break is over!
Today is the first day back for Brevard County students and teachers.
Best wishes to all of you!
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brevard county public schools: School Starts in Brevard County on August 10
- 07/27/09 10:10 AM
Wow, Summer break is almost over! Where did it go?
Brevard County students are headed back to school on August 10, two weeks earlier than students in other school districts.
Brevard, labeled a high academic district, with a letter grade A, requested the early start date. The district wants to allow for additional time to prepare students for the FCAT exam, the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test taken by third through tenth grade students. Eleventh and twelfth graders take the SAT or ACT, college entrance exams.
The new schedule means that students in Brevard will get out 2 weeks earlier than other
brevard county public schools: Brevard County School Board Approved Property Tax Increase
- 05/27/09 09:24 AM
Yesterday, the School Board of Brevard County approved a 25 cent tax increase, per $1000 of taxable value of a property. It was a unanimous decision. The board felt that this was a needed increase, as the district had an estimated $66 million deficit.
The increase computed on a $200,000 owner occupied home, with homestead exemption of $25,000 would amount to about $10.00 a year.
The increase will actually amount to about 4.8 cents per $1000 of taxable value on a property, when the state tax decrease is computed this year.
It is projected that the increase will raise about $8.4