MCHS earns a 2012 school grade of ‘A’
The Florida Department of Education has released the preliminary school grades for Florida’s high schools. Madison County High School is now an ‘A’ school! The achievement of the school grade is testimony to the dedication and commitment of the students, faculty, staff, and parents at MCHS and former superintendent of schools, Lou Miller, and her district administrative team.
The move from a grade of ‘C’ to a grade of ‘A’ demonstrates the power of setting high expectations, developing a school culture dedicated to meeting the expectations, and the dogged commitment to meet and exceed those goals. Principal Ben Killingsworth and all of the MCHS faculty and staff are to be commended for their incredible work in making this ‘A’ grade a reality.