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All Marion County high schools earn “A” or “B” grades

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Marion County’s seven public high schools scored enough points on the FCAT to earn A-grades, but 4 of those were bumped to B-grades because their bottom quartile did not significantly improve. Public Schools Spokesman Kevin Christian says regardless, the student’s hardwork shows in these results.

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Christian says some areas of the grade breakdown need improvement.

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Christian adds the county is very proud of the hardworking students and attributes the success to the collaboration between teachers and students.

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