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Which Schools in Southwest Orlando Did The Best On The FCAT in 2008?

June 6th, 2008 · 1 Comment

The FCAT scores were recently released for 2008 and you may be wondering which schools in SW Orlando ranked the highest. Among elementary schools, Windermere Elementary ranked the highest with 77%. Hunters Creek Middle ranked the highest among middle schools with 67%. Dr. Phillips and Olympia High Schools beat the competition by a pretty healthy amount with scores of 64% and 69% respectively.

The 2008 FCAT scores for schools in SW Orlando are as follows:

Elementary Schools

  • Bay Meadows Elementary 64%
  • Citrus Elementary 57%
  • Clermont Elementary 65%
  • Dillard Street Elementary 53%
  • Dr. Phillips Elementary 56%
  • Frangus Elementary 30%
  • Hiawassee Elementary 43%
  • Hunters Creek Elementary 61%
  • Lake Whitney Elementary 70%
  • Metrowest Elementary 70%
  • Ocoee Elementary 44%
  • Palm Lake Elementary 65%
  • Thorne Brooke Elementary 68%
  • Tildenville Elementary 51%
  • Whispering Oaks Elementary59%
  • Windermere Elementary 77%

Middle Schools:

  • Chain of Lakes Middle 56%
  • Clermont Middle 51%
  • Gotha Middle 55%
  • Hunters Creek Middle 67%
  • Lakeview Middle 55%
  • Ocoee Middle 52%
  • Windy Hill 46%

High School:

  • Dr. Phillips High 64%
  • East Ridge High 47%
  • Freedom High 46%
  • Ocoee High 47%
  • Olympia High 69%
  • South Lake High 49%
  • West Orange High 58%

Look Up FCAT Scores of Schools Not Mentioned Here: 2008 FCAT Score Search

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1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Andy Norton // Jun 8, 2008 at 11:29 am

    In your blog entry, you highlighted the stronger performance of homes that sent their kids to Olympia HS, versus the lackluster performance of the 32819 Dr Phillips zip code area.

    So it was with interest that I read your FCAT posting on your blog, with elementary school scores. Lo and behold, Metrowest trounced Dr Phillips Elementary.

    Which brings up an interesting question, what is going on in the Dr Phillips schools all of a sudden? Are they resting on their laurels? I’ve seen that with certain schools before, where they are so strong for such a long time, the teachers, the administration, the students, everyone thinks they are superior and just stop working. Until the wakeup call. And I am wondering if that’s the story with Dr P.