State bumps up Apopka High school grade


For the second time this week, a local school has had its 2014 grade from the Florida Department of Education bumped up.

Apopka High School was initially given a “B” grade but appealed the decision because school leaders said bad data may have been used.

The department reviewed the data and revised the grade to an “A.”

Earlier this week, Hagerty High School in Seminole County also had its grade raised from an “B” to an “A.”

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