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Sixteen Escambia County Public Schools to Receive School Recognition Awards
Posted 11/8/22

Sixteen Escambia County Public Schools will receive School Recognition Award dollars from the state based on their school grades from the 2021-2022 school year.

Florida School Recognition Program recognizes the high quality of many of Florida's public schools. As authorized in Florida State Statute the program provides greater autonomy and financial awards to schools that demonstrate sustained or significantly improved student performance. Schools that receive an A grade or schools that improve at least one performance grade category are eligible for school recognition.  School personnel develop, vote on, and submit plans for the distribution of funds.  The distribution proposals must then be approved by each school’s School Advisory Council (SAC).

“We are proud of the efforts put forth by all of our schools, and particularly of the efforts of those who are now being rewarded with School Recognition Awards,” said ECPS Superintendent Dr. Tim Smith.  “We have faced some very challenging times over the past two years, and to show such improvement is no small feat.”

Escambia County Public Schools awarded this year are: 

Hellen Caro Elementary School

N.B Cook Elementary School

Cordova Park Elementary School

Navy Point Elementary School

Pensacola High School

A.K. Suter Elementary School

Warrington Elementary School

Workman Middle School

Holm Elementary School

Brown Barge Middle School

Lincoln Park Elementary School

Hope Horizon at Judy Andrews Center

West Florida High School

Molino Park Elementary School

Pensacola Beach Elementary School

Escambia Virtual Academy