A Battle Won
One high school in Levy County has a lot to be proud of. High school grades released by the Florida Department of Education brought a first for Chiefland High. The grades were a reflection of a new system used to determine high school's accreditation, but it was more than just a new grading system that earned this historical school its top mark.
Chiefland high school was named an "A" school for the first time. Administrators say it was a combination of the state's new grading system paired with teacher's hard work that contributed to the Schools A. A long battle, finally won.
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