Florida School Grades Are Out: Palm Beach County Retains Its B Grade

The Florida Department of Education is out with its school grades for the academic year that just wrapped up.  

The number of A-rated school districts in Florida went from three to eleven, including Martin County. 

Palm Beach County retains its B-rating, and is the state's highest performing large urban school district. 

34 percent of local schools got A-grades, compared with 30 percent in 2016.  

Five Palm Beach County schools received F-grades.  Three of those are charter schools, and the other two are aimed at educating struggling students.

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