Clay County Schools have continually ranked high in the state of Florida and continue to raise the bar. Plantation Oaks Elementary and OakLeaf Junior High have achieved an “A” rating based on the 2014 Florida Department of Education annual report released this month. Excellent news for Eagle Landing students! OakLeaf High School’s rating will be released in the fall.
Clay County increased the number of elementary and middle schools earning an “A” by eight schools. Now, 58 percent of Clay schools have earned an “A” compared to 31 percent last year. In addition, two Clay schools improved two letter grades between 2012-13 and 2013-14. Overall, Clay has 18 “A” schools, four “B” schools, eight “C” schools and one “D” school. Clay has no “F” schools.
School starts August 12, 2014. Download the 2014-15 School Calendar here!