Nassau County Schools
Kathy K. Burns, Superintendent
July 7, 2022
Making the Grade
Report cards are in. On Thursday, July 7th, the Florida Department of Education released school and district grades for the 21-22 school year. Once again, the Nassau County School District is “A rated” and the second highest rated school district in the state.
District Grade A District Ranking 2nd out of 67 Districts
|SCHOOL||GRADE 2022||GRADE 2021|
|Emma Love Hardee||A||A|
|Fernandina Beach High||A||A|
|Fernandina Beach Middle||B||B|
|Hilliard Middle Senior||A||B|
|West Nassau High||B||B|
We began the 21-22 school year facing the continued challenges of COVID, along with the national teacher shortage. The commitment, dedication, and perseverance of the Nassau County School District prevailed. Please 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 the teachers and leaders in your child’s school, your community, and throughout Nassau County. Let them know how much you appreciate their dedication to the success of students and the improvement of our schools!
Moving forward, it’s important that we take the steps necessary to continue our academic focus, improve safety, enhance Career and Technical training opportunities, as well as 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!
Congratulations to our students, parents and teachers for a job well done! While there is room for improvement this is great news. Keep up the good work.
Where can I see the scores for Southside Elementary?
Congratulations to Emma Love & FBHS……need to brush up on FBMS!!