Treasure Coast school districts maintain, improve from last year's school grades

Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River county school districts improved their overall scores and maintained their same letter grades from last year, according to school grades released Thursday by the Florida Department of Education.

No individual schools received an F, and only three on the Treasure Coast were D-rated, according to the state. Martin County, an A-rated district, has nine A-rated schools in 2018-19, same as last year, according to the state. In the state's calculations, Martin County earned 691 total points, one more point than last year. The district ranked 15th out of 67 Florida school districts.

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Martin County FL has a rich educational environment adept at building a skilled workforce not just for today, but for the future.  The Martin County School District is proud to have the following accomplishments: 

  • The district has nine schools rated A compared to six last year, according to the state.

  • Nine schools earned B ratings in 2016-17, up from six last school year. Only three schools earned Cs, compared to eight last year, according to the state.

  • Crystal Lake Elementary showed the most improvement, jumping from a C school in 2015-16 to an A this year, according to the state.

  • Jensen Beach High School and Felix A. Williams Elementary rose from B to A this year, according to the state.

  • Stuart and Hidden Oaks middle schools; Palm City, Bessey Creek and Citrus Grove elementary schools; and the Clark Advanced Learning Center earned A's for a second straight year.

  • Sea Wind, Warfield and Hobe Sound elementary schools; and Martin County and South Fork high schools improved from C to B ratings, according to the state.

  • David L. Anderson and Murray middle schools, and Pinewood and Jensen Beach elementary schools earned consecutive B ratings, according to the state.

  • J.D. Parker School of Technology, Port Salerno Elementary and Indiantown Middle School posted C grades for the third straight year, according to the state.