8 Years Strong: St.Johns County Ranked As Top Performing School District In The State!

Posted on by Lisa Barton to Around Town, Schools

School grades have been released! Every one of Ponte Vedra's public schools earned an "A" rating, released by the Florida Department of Education.


St. Johns County School District has been the top performing district for eight consecutive years now, and one of the three districts statewide to earn the coveted "A" rating. The awarded "A" rated local schools include Ocean Palms, PVPV/ Rawlings, Valley Ridge Academy, Alice B. Landrum, Nease High School & Ponte Vedra High School. All together, St. Johns County had 22 "A" schools, six "B" Schools, four "C" schools and one "D" school. This is the first year the new and improved grading system has gone into action making it more challenging. This really show how devoted the teachers of St. Johns County are to the students and their success. It is clear that this is the right county for your loved ones education. For more information on the state report, visit http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org 

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