Coral Springs, Florida – The Department of Education gave ten Coral Springs Schools a grade of ‘A’ for the 2021-2022 school year.
The 2021-22 school year marks the first year since the start of the pandemic that school grade reporting was, once again, made mandatory.
According to a release by the city, the following Coral Springs schools are :
Country Hills Elementary School
Eagle Ridge Elementary School
Park Springs Elementary School
Riverside Elementary School
Coral Springs Charter School
Imagine Schools at Broward
Panacea Prep Charter School
Renaissance Charter School at Coral Springs
Summit Academy Charter School
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (located in the City of Parkland but services Coral Springs students).
In addition, 12 city schools received a ‘B’ grade, and four schools received a ‘C’ grade.
No Coral Springs schools received lower than a grade of C.
Catherine Givens, Deputy City Manager who serves as the city’s liaison for Coral Springs educational institutions, recognizes that transitioning from virtual to in-person learning, along with other pandemic-related challenges, has not been easy for educators or students.
“We are proud of our teachers and administrators, who, despite facing so many obstacles, continue to provide children with an exceptional education.”
But the grades are not the only factor defining a school.