Florida Department of Education Releases Nassau County Schools Grades


Nassau County Schools
Kathy K. Burns, Superintendent
Press release
July 7, 2022

Make note

The newsletters have arrived. Thursday, July 7e, the Florida Department of Education has released school and district grades for the 21-22 school year. Once again, the Nassau County School District is an “A” rated school district and the second highest rated school district in the state.

District score A Ranking of neighborhoods 2n/a out of 67 Districts

Bryceville Elementary School A A
Intermediate Callahan A A
Callahan Center A A
Emma Love Hardee A A
Top of Fernandina Beach A A
Middle of Fernandina Beach B B
Hilliard Elementary A A
Hilliard Intermediate Senior A B
West Nassau Raised B B
Elemental Wildlight A A
Yulee Elementary School A A
Yulee High B B
Yulee Middle A B

We started the 21-22 school year facing the continued challenges of COVID, as well as the national teacher shortage. The Nassau County School District’s commitment, dedication and persistence prevailed. Join me in celebrating and congratulating “the team” that makes a difference every day! Take the time to email, call, visit, or write a note to teachers and leaders in your child’s school, in your community, and throughout Nassau County. Let them know how much you appreciate their dedication to student success and improving our schools!

Going forward, it’s important that we take the necessary steps to pursue our academic focus, improve safety, improve career and technical training opportunities, and recruit and retain the best teachers! We are fortunate to live and work in a community of leaders, supporters and friends of education. We are Nassau!

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