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1 Career Pathways Outcomes To find a career to which you are adapted by nature, and then to work hard at it, is about as near to a formula for success and happiness as the world provides. ~ Mark Sullivan

2 Orange Osceola Valencia Career Pathways Consortium Orange County Public Schools, The School District of Osceola County, and Valencia College are partners in the Career Pathways program, which offers students the opportunity to focus on technical high school programs that will help train them for high-skill, high wage occupations. Sixteen national career clusters have been designated and career pathways have been developed around these clusters. Each career pathway shows the transition from the high school program to postsecondary education, including the technical centers, Valencia, and baccalaureate programs. While high school students are preparing for careers and postsecondary education, they can begin to earn Valencia college credits by participating in joint assessments developed for many of the programs of study. More information is available on the consortium website at Career Pathways Outcomes Summary The information included in this booklet provides both a summary and details of outcomes for the consortium for the school year. Included are the following sections: 1. Executive Summary 2. High School Career Pathways Enrollment 3. Joint Assessment Results 4. Postsecondary Transition 5. Valencia Career Pathways Student Success Measures 6. Detailed Outcomes Questions can be directed to: Orange County Public Schools, Sarah Thomas ext 2836 School District of Osceola County, Becky O Neal Valencia College, Nicole Schneller

3 Orange Osceola Valencia Career Pathways Consortium Outcomes Executive Summary The Career Pathways Outcomes Report reflects a continued strong partnership between Orange County Public Schools, The School District of Osceola County and Valencia College. While enrolled in Career Pathways programs, students are engaging in contextual learning activities and have the opportunity to participate in integrated curriculum projects. As evidenced by the detailed data contained in this booklet, Career Pathways is a viable program that provides career pathways for students and the incentive to continue their education in a postsecondary program. Career Clusters and Pathways Career Pathways are developed for all programs of study available in the consortium and are available on the consortium website Opportunities are available for high school students and technical center adults to articulate to the college. Technical center articulation and other transfer articulation are available at Enrollment 21,326 students are currently enrolled in one or more Career Pathways program areas. This represents a decrease of 15.99% from last year. 15,965 (74.86%) of current enrollees are from Orange County, and the remaining 5,361 (25.14%) are from Osceola County. Overall, the enrollment of 21,326 accounts for 27.69% of the total high school population (77,025) in Orange and Osceola counties. Demographics (Numbers below do not include middle school students earning high school credits.) Career Pathways enrollment by high school is 7,279 (35.26%) Caucasian, 7,127 (34.53%) Hispanic, 4,389 (21.26%) African American, 1,003 (4.86%) Asian, 739 (3.58%) Multiracial, and 88 (0.43%) Native American. Sixteen students (0.08%) did not declare their ethnicity. Female students are enrolling in programs that are non-traditional. Some examples are: o PC Support Services: 19 (12.67%) out of the 150 students in the program are female o Drafting: 62 (15.16%) out of the 409 students in the program are female o Criminal Justice: 12 (48.00%) out of 25 students in the program are female o TV Production: 428 (36.00%) out of 1,189 students in the program are female Male students are enrolling in programs that are non-traditional. Some examples are: o Health: 355 (25.21%) students out of 1,408 students enrolled are male Joint Assessments 4,925 Career Pathways students took 6,681 joint assessments and passed 4,588 assessments. The current dollar value of Valencia college credits available to all students who passed an assessment this year is $944, (9,532 credit hours overall x $99.06 per credit hour). Back to Summary Section 1 Page 1

4 College Credits through Industry Certification 567 Career Pathways students took 576 MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) industry certification exams, out of which 556 were passed. Each MOS industry certification is worth 9 college credits which equals 5,004 Valencia credit hours potentially worth $495, at this year s $99.06 per credit hour rate. 2 students attempted the AutoDesk Certified Associate - AutoCAD industry certification this year, but did not earn any credits. Postsecondary Transition Valencia College, Fall 2011 (all terms) 9,391 Career Pathways high school graduates were enrolled at Valencia during the Fall 2011 semester, which includes high school graduates from 1995 through 2011: o Of these, 13 (0.14%) are seeking a Bachelor s degree, 4,857 (51.72%) are seeking an AA degree, 646 (6.88%) are seeking an AA Premajor degree, 1,721 (18.33%) are seeking an AS or AAS degree, 100 (1.06%) are seeking Technical Certificates, 663 (7.06%) are undecided, and the remaining 1,391 (14.81%) are pending admission to limited access programs., Page 20 will provide a breakdown of the degrees and technical certificates. A cohort enrollment chart at the beginning of the green section provides a historical analysis of new students entering the college each term. o 1,906 of these students graduated from their high schools in Of these, 1,088 (57.08%) are seeking an AA degree, 185 (9.71%) an AA Pre-major degree, 296 (15.53%) an AS or AAS degree, 4 (0.21%) Technical Certificates, and 333 (17.47%) are undeclared. o 1,319 (69.20%) of the 2011 Career Pathways high school graduates are from Orange County schools, and 587 (30.80%) are from Osceola County schools. o Percentage of Career Pathways 2011 graduates who took the CPT and required mandated remediation: reading 42.4%, writing 35.4%, and math 67.8%. There has been improvement in the percentage of students requiring remediation in both reading and writing, while those in math needed more remediation. 56,235 high school students have become eligible to receive Valencia college credits by passing assessments in the Career Pathways program (includes students from 1995 to 2011): o o Students can claim the credits up to 24 months after high school graduation. 16,535 students (29.4% of the 56,235 eligible) have enrolled at Valencia within 24 months of their high school graduation and were awarded 74,781 credit hours for a combined dollar value of $4,932, Valencia retention rates for Career Pathways students after one year: 1,137 (69.9%) of the 1,627 Career Pathways students who graduated from high school in 2010 were still enrolled at Valencia one year later. Valencia Graduate Data 11,523 Career Pathways students received 12,310 degrees and certificates from Valencia ( ): o 8,881 (72.14%) students graduated with AA degrees o 1,263 (10.26%) students graduated with AA Pre-Major degrees o 1,634 (13.27%) students graduated with AS or AAS degrees o 181 (1.47%) students graduated with Technical Certificates o 351 (2.85%) students graduated with Vocational Credit Certificates Back to Summary Section 1 Page 2

5 High School Career Pathways Enrollment Orange Osceola Valencia Career Pathways Student Enrollment History Number of Students 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 23,311 25,410 27,698 29,601 30,938 30,789 30,545 28,504 25,386 21, % decrease from last year Osceola County 5,361 (25.14%) Orange County 15,965 (74.86%) 5, th Grade 4,499 (21.10%) Middle School 682 (3.20%) 9th Grade 5,828 (27.33%) Caucasian 7,585 (35.57%) Native American 92 (0.43%) Multiracial 758 (3.55%) Undeclared 16 (0.08%) African American 4,492 (21.06%) 11th Grade 4,991 (23.40%) 10th Grade 5,326 (24.97%) Asian 1,056 (4.95%) Female: 10,847 (50.86%) Male: 10,479 (49.14%) Hispanic 7,327 (34.36%) Back to Summary The demographics shown above for ethnicity and gender do not include middle school students taking high school credit in the Business program of study. Section 2 Page 1

6 Career Pathways Joint Assessment Results ,266 10,581 Attempts for Accelerated Credit 11,002 10,581 10,168 9,986 11, / / / / /11 Over the last five years, the average number of passing attempts for accelerated credit was 8,730 per year. 7,769 6, ,588 Assessments Taken Assessments Passed Industry Certifications Taken Industry Certifications Passed Orange and Osceola students participate in a joint assessment and/or industry certification to be eligible to receive college credits. In the school year: 4,925 students passed 4,588 of the 6,681 joint assessments taken 568 students passed 556 of the 576 industry certification exams taken 6,681 joint assessments and 576 industry certifications taken total 7,257 attempts for accelerated credit 4,588 joint assessments and 556 industry certifications were passed for a total of 5,144 passing attempts for accelerated credit Back to Summary ASSESSMENT PARTICIPATION Most Popular Programs in Number of Assessments Taken for ) Health (702) 2) Digital Design (493) 3) Culinary Arts (367) 4) Music (248) 5) Drafting (94) 6) Web Site Development (89) 7) PC Support Services (78) Core courses for Computing for College and Careers and Intro to IT not included Potential Dollar Value of Assessments The potential tuition value saved by students in the school year through assessments was $944,240, which represents 9,532 college credits at $99.06 per credit hour. Section 3 Page 1

7 Transition to Valencia Of the 2011 Career Pathways high school graduates, 1906 enrolled at Valencia for the Fall 2011 term: Career Pathways Grads Enrolled During Fall Semester (all terms) at Valencia by HS Grad Year Total ,098 1,584 1,773 1,906 9, Career Pathways HS Grad Majors Fall 2011 Valencia Enrollment 1,088 (57.08%) 185 (9.71%) 546 (28.65%) % 4 (0.21%) 64 (3.36%) 2011 Career Pathways Grads at Valencia by County 587 (30.80%) 1,319 (69.20%) AA AA Pre-Major AS AAS TC Undeclared Orange County Osceola County Back to Summary Section 4 Page 1

8 Career Pathways Students at Valencia Fall 2011 Career Pathways Enrollment at Valencia Career Cluster of Those Seeking an AS/AAS Degree HS Grads Transition Programs Participation Fall 2011 Career Pathways Enrollees ,105 (11.77%) Career Pathways students enrolled in the Student Success course ,463 3 of Valencia's Bridges to Success participants are also Career Pathways students Dual Enrollment information for Career Pathways students was not available for this report. Valencia Retention Rates (Fall to Fall) 100% 95% 90% 85% 80% 75% 70% 65% 60% 55% 69.2% 69.5% 62.4% 63.4% 74.0% 67.0% 65.3% 69.9% 60.4% 58.1% Career Pathways Students All Valencia Students Retention rates for Career Pathways students after one year: 69.9% (1,137 out of 1,627) of the 2010 grads were still enrolled one year later. By comparison, Valencia's 2010 HS graduate retention rate after 1 year is 58.1%. 50% Back to Summary Section 4 Page 2

9 Tuition Saved by Career Pathways Students at Valencia Since 1995, $4,932, has been saved in tuition by 16,535 Career Pathways students who have attended Valencia. The student count 16,535 represents 33.70% of the 49,069 eligible high school students who have passed a Career Pathways assessment. Students have 24 months from high school graduation to attend Valencia and receive Career Pathways credits. Dollar Value of Credits Awarded as of Fall 2011 HS Grads $299, $336, $509, $386, $533, $550, The last 3 data points will continue to grow because CP students have 24 months after HS graduation to attend Valencia. $513, $408, $283, $256, Other $209 (0.01%) Seminole County $66,182 (1.34%) Osceola County $706,771 (14.33%) $221, $132, $127, $249, $66, $49, $3, $2, Back to Summary Orange County $4,158,965 (84.32%) *as of Fall 2011 enrollment The dollar value of credits awarded will not be locked in until 24 months after students' high school graduation. Section 4 Page 3

10 Valencia Fall 2011 Term Enrollment by Program Career Pathways High School Graduates Program # of CP Grads Enrolled % of CP Grads Enrolled Fall 2011 Fall 2011 AA General Studies 4, % Other / Undecided % Business % Engineering and Technology % Entertainment and Arts Technology % Health % Horticulture and Landscape % Hospitality and Culinary % Information Technology % Public Service % Bachelor Degrees % AS Pending Admission 1, % Total CP Graduates enrolled at Valencia during Fall 2011: 9, % % % % % AA General Studies Other / Undecided % % % % 1, % 4, % Business Engineering and Technology Entertainment and Arts Technology Health Horticulture and Landscape % % Hospitality and Culinary Information Technology Public Service Bachelor Degrees Back to Summary Please refer to, Page 20 for details. AS Pending Admission Section 4 Page 4

11 Valencia Career Pathways Student Success Measures Career Pathways HS Graduates Requiring Remediation *Based on College Placement Tests 70.0% 67.8% 60.0% 50.0% 53.6% 57.6% 54.9% 40.0% 45.7% 42.4% 43.7% 45.7% 30.0% 35.4% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% Reading Writing Math 2011 For more information about Valencia's Entry Testing and Placement policies, please see SAT and ACT Averages Population 2011 CP high school graduates 3 attending Valencia during Fall 2010 SAT 1 ACT 2 Math Verbal Math Reading Writing Florida high school graduates US high school graduates Florida and nationwide SAT averages were mined from 2 Florida and nationwide ACT averages were mined from 3 Averages shown on the first row of this table won't reflect the overall averages shown in Page 22 because those numbers have been averaged by high schools first then by school district. Back to Summary Section 5 Page 1

12 Career Pathways Valencia Graduates Analysis Cumulative Career Pathways Valencia Grads with Degrees Earned as of 2011 Fall Term 181 (1.47%) 351 (2.85%) Vocational Credit Certificate 351 Technical Certificate 181 Total # of degrees earned: 12,310 1,634 (13.27%) AS/AAS AA Pre-major 1,263 1,634 1,263 (10.26%) AA General Education 8,881 8,881 (72.14%) Number of Valencia Degrees Earned Percentage of Growth in Valencia Degrees Earned Since Previous Fall Term Valencia Degree # Earned # Earned Fall 2010 Fall 2011 % Change AA General Education % 72.14% AA General Education AA Pre-major % 10.26% AA Pre-major AS / AAS % 13.27% AS/AAS Technical Certificate % 1.47% Technical Certificate Vocational Credit Certificate % 2.85% Vocational Credit Certificate Totals: % 12,310 Valencia degrees have been awarded to Career Pathways students since 1995 in the following majors: Back to Summary Section 5 Page 2

13 Career Pathways Detailed Outcomes The Orange Osceola Valencia Consortium Outcomes Booklet provides detailed information about the school year and includes information regarding Career Pathways high school enrollment, joint assessment results, industry certification results, student success measures, and postsecondary enrollment. The detailed section of the booklet is color-coded by section. HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT Historical Comparison of Enrollment Growth Enrollment Comparison - Total School vs. Career Pathways Student Enrollment by School and Grade Level Student Demographics in Numbers Student Demographics in Percentages Gender and Ethnicity Analysis by Program Area Program Enrollment by School and Program Area POSTSECONDARY ENROLLMENT - FALL 2011 Valencia Enrollment History Cohort Chart Valencia Enrollment by High School Valencia Enrollment by Major Mandated Remediation SAT/ACT Analysis Analysis of College Credits Earned Analysis of Dollars Saved by Career Pathways Students JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Assessment Participation and Pass Rate by Location and Program Area Potential Dollar Value of Assessments Passed INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION RESULTS Florida Statewide Gold Standard Industry Certification Results: Orange County Public Schools Back to Summary Florida Statewide Gold Standard Industry Certification Results: School District of Osceola County

14 Historical Comparison of Career Pathways Enrollment Growth 10-Year Comparison of Career Pathways Student Counts from 2001 to 2011 HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT 2001/ / / / / / / / / /11 % Growth Over Previous Location Year Orange County Public Schools Apopka 1,611 1,765 1,739 1,653 1,459 1,494 1, % Boone 1,859 2,233 2,461 2,463 2,400 2,190 2,025 2,146 2,034 1, % Colonial 1,722 2,040 2,134 2,075 2,290 2,343 1,948 1,590 1,147 1, % Cypress Creek 2,789 3,082 1,747 1,837 2,034 1,976 1,762 1,549 1,219 1, % Dr. Phillips 1,898 1,865 1,975 1,974 2,002 2,007 2,169 2,487 2,185 1, % East River % Edgewater 1,215 1, , % Evans 1,075 1, % Freedom ,079 2,160 1,895 1,848 1,624 1,356 1, % Hungerford % Jones % Lake Nona % Oak Ridge ,017 1,037 1,266 1,487 1,403 1,357 1, % Ocoee ,432 1,106 1, % Olympia ,514 1,563 1,582 1,650 1, % Timber Creek 589 1,125 1,466 2,000 2,112 2,181 2,515 2,197 1, % University 1,173 1,602 1,461 1,883 2,024 2,062 1,723 1, % Wekiva % West Orange 1,024 1,489 1,698 1,799 1,218 1, % Winter Park 1,652 1,660 1,642 1,576 1,276 1, , % Mid Florida Tech % Orlando Tech % Westside Tech % Winter Park Tech % Charter High Schools % Middle Schools % Alternative Schools , % Total ORANGE 19,291 21,465 23,475 25,333 26,690 26,446 25,527 23,348 19,371 15, % Osceola District Schools Celebration % Gateway 1,105 1,178 1,247 1, % Harmony % Liberty % New Dimensions % Osceola % Osceola School for the Arts % PATHS % Poinciana ,002 1,080 1, % St. Cloud , % Zenith % Middle Schools % Alternative Schools % Total OSCEOLA 4,020 3,945 4,223 4,268 4,248 4,343 5,018 5,156 6,015 5, % Back to Total 23,311 25,410 27,698 29,601 30,938 30,789 30,545 28,504 25,386 21, % Page 1

15 HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT Back to Location Enrollment Comparison High School Student Enrollment vs Career Pathways Student Enrollment Total Student Population Total Career Pathways Students % Career Pathways Students Orange County* Apopka 2, % Boone 2,717 1, % Colonial 3,298 1, % Cypress Creek 3,073 1, % Dr. Phillips 3,431 1, % East River 1, % Edgewater 1, % Evans 1, % Freedom 2,841 1, % Jones % Lake Nona 1, % Oak Ridge 1, % Ocoee 2, % Olympia 2, % Timber Creek 2, % University 2, % Wekiva 2, % West Orange 3, % Winter Park 3,103 1, % Mid Florida Tech N/A 129 N/A Orlando Tech N/A 69 N/A WestSide Tech N/A 31 N/A Winter Park Tech N/A 45 N/A Charter High Schools 1, % Middle Schools 7, % Alternative Schools 1, % Total Orange County 55,781 15, % Osceola District Schools** Celebration 1, % Gateway 2, % Harmony 1, % Liberty 2, % New Dimensions % Osceola 1, % Osceola School for the Arts % PATHS % Poinciana 1, % St. Cloud 1, % Zenith % Middle Schools 5, % Alternative Schools 1, % Total Osceola County 21,244 5, % Total Consortium * Orange County Public Schools Enrollment Summary by School, June 1, ** Osceola District Schools Computer Enrollment as of June 9, ,025 21, % Page 2

16 HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT Location Career Pathways Student Enrollment By School and Grade Level Middle School Participants High School Participants 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Total Back to Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone ,146 Colonial ,235 Cypress Creek ,190 Dr. Phillips ,229 East River Edgewater Evans Freedom ,238 Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park ,390 Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Charter High Schools Bridgewater Middle Glenridge Middle Lake Nona Middle Maitland Middle Southwest Middle Wolf Lake Middle Alternative Schools Total ORANGE 536 4,325 4,122 3,665 3,317 15,965 Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty New Dimensions Osceola Osceola Schools for the Arts TECO Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Denn John Middle Kissimmee Middle Narcoossee Middle Neptune Middle Parkway Middle 4 4 Alternative Schools Total OSCEOLA 146 1,503 1,204 1,326 1,182 5,361 Total Consortium 682 5,828 5,326 4,991 4,499 21,326 Page 3

17 HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT Location GENDER Female Male Caucasian African American Hispanic Asian Native American Multiracial Undeclared Disability Academic Disability Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone 1, Colonial 1, Cypress Creek 1, Dr. Phillips 1, East River Edgewater Evans Freedom 1, Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park 1, Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Charter High Schools Middle Schools Alternative Schools Total ORANGE 15,965 8,338 7,627 5,912 3,823 4, ,462 Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty New Dimensions Osceola Osceola School for the Arts TECO Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Alternative Schools Total OSCEOLA 5,361 2,509 2,852 1, , , Grand Totals Number of Career Pathways Students Economic Disability 21,326 10,847 10,479 7,585 4,492 7,327 1, ,185 2,150 PERCENTAGES Orange County Public Schools 74.9% 52.2% 47.8% 37.0% 23.9% 30.7% 5.6% 0.4% 2.1% 0.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 9.2% Osceola District Schools 25.1% 46.8% 53.2% 31.2% 12.5% 45.2% 2.9% 0.5% 7.8% 0.0% 0.8% 7.8% 40.8% 12.8% Grand Total 100.0% 50.9% 49.1% 35.6% 21.1% 34.4% 5.0% 0.4% 3.6% 0.1% 0.2% 2.0% 10.2% 10.1% * Only data for Limited English Proficiency were provided by OCPS for the school year Career Pathways Student Demographics Demographics by School in Student Counts ETHNICITY SPECIAL NEEDS * L E P Back to Page 4

18 HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT Location GENDER Female Male Caucasian African American Hispanic Asian Native American Multiracial Undeclared Disability Academic Disability Orange County Public Schools Apopka % 36.8% 43.0% 29.7% 20.0% 3.5% 0.5% 3.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 2.6% Boone 1, % 55.1% 59.9% 9.3% 25.1% 2.4% 0.2% 3.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.0% Colonial 1, % 53.0% 19.8% 11.0% 63.8% 2.7% 0.1% 2.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 18.4% Cypress Creek 1, % 51.2% 15.4% 14.0% 57.7% 10.5% 0.8% 1.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 15.5% Dr. Phillips 1, % 44.5% 43.2% 26.9% 19.9% 7.6% 0.2% 2.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 7.3% East River % 53.5% 43.8% 10.7% 39.1% 4.5% 0.2% 1.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 6.0% Edgewater % 46.8% 37.3% 43.9% 11.6% 3.4% 0.3% 3.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 7.1% Evans % 45.0% 3.4% 84.7% 8.1% 2.1% 0.4% 1.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 14.2% Freedom 1, % 46.0% 31.4% 13.7% 43.6% 8.2% 0.5% 2.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 15.9% Jones % 36.7% 1.1% 94.4% 3.3% 0.7% 0.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 7.0% Lake Nona % 52.3% 33.4% 11.2% 47.1% 4.9% 0.3% 3.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 12.1% Oak Ridge % 48.2% 9.4% 51.5% 33.9% 3.6% 0.2% 1.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 25.8% Ocoee % 47.6% 37.7% 36.7% 17.7% 4.9% 0.9% 2.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 3.6% Olympia % 42.8% 50.4% 22.6% 15.1% 7.9% 0.4% 3.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 4.0% Timber Creek % 46.0% 52.7% 7.1% 30.5% 7.0% 0.4% 2.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.0% University % 39.2% 32.9% 10.3% 43.4% 10.8% 0.4% 2.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 6.3% Wekiva % 51.5% 35.8% 39.9% 16.9% 3.9% 1.1% 2.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.9% West Orange % 39.7% 51.8% 21.3% 19.3% 4.8% 0.7% 2.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 4.0% Winter Park 1, % 49.1% 59.4% 13.5% 19.4% 6.9% 0.1% 0.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 2.7% Mid Florida Tech % 59.7% 28.7% 20.9% 33.3% 1.6% 0.0% 3.1% 12.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 6.2% Orlando Tech % 15.9% 17.4% 36.2% 44.9% 1.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 4.3% Westside Tech % 67.7% 51.6% 19.4% 16.1% 6.5% 3.2% 3.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 3.2% Winter Park Tech % 8.9% 24.4% 31.1% 42.2% 2.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Charter High Schools % 61.5% 41.0% 10.3% 44.9% 0.0% 1.3% 2.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10.3% Middle Schools % 54.5% 48.1% 17.0% 24.6% 7.8% 0.4% 2.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10.6% Alternative Schools % 65.3% 17.6% 60.8% 18.1% 1.5% 1.5% 0.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 8.5% Total ORANGE 15, % 47.8% 37.0% 23.9% 30.7% 5.6% 0.4% 2.1% 0.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 9.2% Osceola District Schools Celebration % 57.4% 41.7% 9.0% 39.2% 5.2% 0.0% 5.0% 0.0% 1.0% 6.3% 38.6% 13.4% Gateway % 55.2% 12.4% 9.8% 53.6% 3.1% 0.5% 20.5% 0.0% 0.5% 8.8% 49.6% 16.3% Harmony % 59.0% 73.8% 3.2% 16.9% 1.7% 0.6% 3.8% 0.0% 0.2% 7.6% 25.4% 3.0% Liberty % 47.3% 12.5% 23.4% 56.9% 2.4% 0.2% 4.6% 0.0% 0.9% 7.4% 52.0% 15.2% New Dimensions % 31.9% 10.6% 17.0% 48.9% 2.1% 0.0% 21.3% 0.0% 2.1% 0.0% 61.7% 10.6% Osceola % 52.1% 24.3% 15.0% 52.1% 3.3% 0.8% 4.4% 0.0% 1.5% 8.2% 46.2% 14.1% Osceola School for the Arts % 0.0% 50.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 50.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 50.0% 0.0% TECO % 43.4% 14.8% 8.8% 63.2% 4.9% 0.0% 8.2% 0.0% 0.0% 1.1% 39.0% 7.7% Poinciana % 58.5% 18.1% 18.2% 55.1% 3.0% 0.5% 5.1% 0.0% 1.1% 11.7% 51.9% 25.1% St. Cloud % 50.5% 60.5% 4.8% 26.0% 1.2% 0.5% 7.0% 0.0% 1.1% 7.6% 30.0% 5.0% Zenith % 56.9% 17.3% 16.2% 54.3% 1.5% 0.5% 10.2% 0.0% 0.5% 12.7% 15.7% 15.2% Middle Schools % 48.3% 32.2% 8.1% 45.6% 7.4% 1.3% 5.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 1.3% 0.0% Alternative Schools % 63.2% 42.1% 0.0% 36.8% 5.3% 5.3% 10.5% 0.0% 0.0% 5.3% 36.8% 15.8% Total OSCEOLA 5, % 53.2% 31.2% 12.5% 45.2% 2.9% 0.5% 7.8% 0.0% 0.8% 7.8% 40.8% 12.8% Grand Total Number of Career Pathways Students Career Pathways Student Demographics Demographics by School as a Percentage of Total Enrollment Economic Disability 21, % 49.1% 35.6% 21.1% 34.4% 5.0% 0.4% 3.6% 0.1% 0.2% 2.0% 10.2% 10.1% COUNTS Orange County Public Schools 74.9% 8,338 7,627 5,912 3,823 4, ,462 Osceola District Schools 25.1% 2,509 2,852 1, , , Grand Total 100.0% 10,847 10,479 7,585 4,492 7,327 1, ,185 2,150 * Only data for Limited English Proficiency were provided by the school districts for the school year. No other special needs data was available. ETHNICITY SPECIAL NEEDS * L E P Back to Page 5

19 HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT Career Pathways Program Demographics Percentages of Student Enrollment by Program Area Program Area Number* of Career Pathways Students GENDER Female Male Caucasian African American Hispanic ETHNICITY Asian Native American Multiracial Undeclared Accounting % 58.56% 31.53% 19.82% 33.33% 10.81% 0.90% 3.60% 0.00% Agriscience % 24.53% 78.62% 3.14% 15.09% 0.00% 0.63% 2.52% 0.00% Automotive % 84.44% 55.11% 5.33% 30.67% 1.33% 1.33% 6.22% 0.00% Building Construction % 95.31% 43.75% 25.00% 23.44% 7.81% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Business 3, % 53.72% 23.99% 32.60% 34.27% 4.54% 0.64% 3.96% 0.00% Business Software Applications % 46.85% 11.71% 50.45% 27.93% 6.31% 0.90% 2.70% 0.00% Computer Programming % % % 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Criminal Justice % 52.00% 60.00% 4.00% 28.00% 4.00% 0.00% 4.00% 0.00% Culinary Arts 1, % 41.60% 28.55% 17.56% 47.48% 2.75% 0.31% 3.36% 0.00% Digital Design 1, % 62.54% 35.41% 18.17% 36.09% 5.03% 0.26% 5.03% 0.00% Digital Media Technology % % 0.00% 0.00% 75.00% 0.00% 0.00% 25.00% 0.00% Drafting % 84.84% 28.12% 8.56% 43.52% 5.13% 0.49% 12.71% 1.47% Early Childhood % 6.60% 38.79% 13.72% 42.48% 1.58% 0.00% 3.43% 0.00% Engineering % 86.70% 42.02% 9.57% 42.02% 1.60% 0.53% 4.26% 0.00% Graphics % 52.94% 35.29% 12.61% 40.34% 8.40% 0.00% 3.36% 0.00% Health 1, % 25.21% 20.53% 18.75% 48.30% 5.04% 0.43% 6.96% 0.00% Industrial Education % 84.85% 45.45% 18.61% 28.57% 5.19% 0.00% 2.16% 0.00% Information Technology 2, % 58.01% 31.69% 20.96% 39.79% 4.79% 0.34% 2.43% 0.00% Interior Design % 6.09% 46.09% 21.74% 20.87% 8.70% 0.87% 1.74% 0.00% Lodging Operations % 28.85% 13.46% 17.31% 50.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 19.23% Marketing % 56.92% 43.65% 15.98% 32.10% 2.85% 0.29% 5.14% 0.00% Music 7, % 42.40% 42.50% 20.73% 27.94% 6.11% 0.39% 2.32% 0.00% PC Support Services % 87.33% 37.33% 6.00% 46.67% 7.33% 0.00% 2.67% 0.00% Theater Arts % 28.92% 46.39% 19.28% 26.51% 2.41% 0.60% 4.82% 0.00% TV Production/ New Media Technology 1, % 64.00% 46.68% 13.29% 32.55% 3.03% 0.59% 3.87% 0.00% Web Site Development % 68.89% 39.37% 15.82% 32.86% 6.50% 0.35% 5.10% 0.00% Consortium Totals: 22, % 49.86% 35.61% 20.88% 34.48% 4.91% 0.43% 3.62% 0.07% * Student counts on this report are higher than enrollment counts because students who participate in more than 1 program area are counted more than once. Back to Page 6

20 Career Pathways Program Participation for School Year HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT LOCATION # Students Participating Accounting Agriscience Automotive Building Construction Business Business Software Applications Computer Programming Criminal Justice Culinary Arts Digital Design Digital Media Technology Drafting Early Childhood Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone 1, Colonial 1, Cypress Creek 1, Dr. Phillips 1, East River Edgewater Evans Freedom 1, Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University 553 Wekiva West Orange Winter Park 1, Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech 45 Charter High Schools 78 7 Middle Schools Alternative Schools Total Orange County 15, , Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty New Dimensions Osceola Osceola School for the Arts 2 TECO Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Alternative Schools Total Osceola District 5, , TOTAL CONSORTIUM 21, , ,310 1, Back to Page 7

21 Career Pathways Program Participation for School Year HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT LOCATION Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone Colonial Cypress Creek Dr. Phillips East River Edgewater Evans Freedom Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Charter High Schools Middle Schools Alternative Schools Total Orange County Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty New Dimensions Osceola Osceola School for the Arts TECO Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Alternative Schools Total Osceola District TOTAL CONSORTIUM Engineering Graphics Health Industrial Education Information Technology Interior Design Lodging Operations Marketing Music PC Support Services Theater Arts TV Production/ New Media Technology Web Site Development , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,634 Total Back to Page 8

22 JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Career Pathways Joint Assessments Passed Assessments Taken by Location and Program Accounting Building Construction Computing for College and Careers Keyboarding Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word Location Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone Colonial Cypress Creek % Dr. Phillips % % % % East River Edgewater Evans Freedom % % Jones % Lake Nona Oak Ridge % % % Ocoee % % % Olympia % Timber Creek University Wekiva % West Orange % % % Winter Park % Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech % Winter Park Tech Middle Schools % Total Orange % % % % % Osceola District Schools Celebration % % % Gateway % % % Harmony % Liberty % % % Osceola % % PATHS % % % Poinciana % % St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools % % Total Osceola % % % Total Consortium % % 1, % % % Back to This report reflects self-reported assessment results submitted by Orange and Osceola counties. Page 9

23 JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Career Pathways Joint Assessments Passed Assessments Taken by Location and Program Criminal Justice Culinary Operations/Arts Criminal Law CJ Career Choices Intro to Criminal Justice Food Service Sanitation Quantity Food Production Digital Design Location Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone Colonial Cypress Creek Dr. Phillips East River Edgewater Evans Freedom Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Middle Schools Total Orange Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty Osceola PATHS Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Total Osceola Total Consortium % 2 0 0% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 5 0 0% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Back to This report reflects self-reported assessment results submitted by Orange and Osceola counties. Page 10

24 JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Career Pathways Joint Assessments Passed Assessments Taken by Location and Program Engineering Design Drafting CADD Graphics Medical Terminology Health Professions of Caring Location Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone Colonial Cypress Creek Dr. Phillips East River Edgewater Evans Freedom Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Middle Schools Total Orange Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty Osceola PATHS Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Total Osceola Total Consortium % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 9 0 0% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Back to This report reflects self-reported assessment results submitted by Orange and Osceola counties. Page 11

25 JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Career Pathways Joint Assessments Passed Assessments Taken by Location and Program Intro to Information Technology Information Technology Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word Intro to Hospitality and Tourism Industry Lodging Operations Human Relations and Supervisory Devt Marketing Location Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone Colonial Cypress Creek Dr. Phillips East River Edgewater Evans Freedom Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Middle Schools Total Orange Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty Osceola PATHS Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Total Osceola Total Consortium % 4 0 0% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 6 0 0% % % % 1, % % % % % % Back to This report reflects self-reported assessment results submitted by Orange and Osceola counties. Page 12

26 JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Career Pathways Joint Assessments Passed Assessments Taken by Location and Program Music Production PC Support Services Theater Arts Music Appreciation Voices of Valencia Music Theory A+ Concepts (Hardware) A+ Concepts (Software) Introduction To Theater Technical Theater Location Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone Colonial Cypress Creek Dr. Phillips East River Edgewater Evans Freedom Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Middle Schools Total Orange Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty Osceola PATHS Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Total Osceola Total Consortium % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Back to This report reflects self-reported assessment results submitted by Orange and Osceola counties. Page 13

27 JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Career Pathways Joint Assessments Passed Assessments Taken by Location and Program TV Production / Digital Media Technology Tech Center Option Digital Video & Sound Web Design Total Assessments Location Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Taken Passed Pass % Orange County Public Schools Apopka Boone Colonial Cypress Creek Dr. Phillips East River Edgewater Evans Freedom Jones Lake Nona Oak Ridge Ocoee Olympia Timber Creek University Wekiva West Orange Winter Park Mid Florida Tech Orlando Tech Westside Tech Winter Park Tech Middle Schools Total Orange Osceola District Schools Celebration Gateway Harmony Liberty Osceola PATHS Poinciana St. Cloud Zenith Middle Schools Total Osceola Total Consortium % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 7 0 0% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 4,799 3, % 5 0 0% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 1,882 1, % % % % 6,681 4, % Back to This report reflects self-reported assessment results submitted by Orange and Osceola counties. Page 14

28 JOINT ASSESSMENT RESULTS Back to High School Career Pathways Joint Assessments and Industry Certifications Potential Dollar Value of Valencia College Credits* School Year Credits from Passed Assessments Dollar Value Credits from Passed Industry Certifications Dollar Value Combined Dollar Value of Credits Earned Orange County Public Schools Apopka 186 $18, $18, Boone 1,444 $143, $143, Colonial 758 $75, $1, $76, Cypress Creek 84 $8, $8, Dr. Phillips 1,358 $134, $74, $209, East River 198 $19, $19, Edgewater 27 $2, $2, Evans 480 $47, $47, Freedom 119 $11, $11, Jones 30 $2, $2, Lake Nona 60 $5, $5, Oak Ridge 108 $10, $19, $30, Ocoee 179 $17, $17, Olympia 74 $7, $7, Timber Creek 296 $29, $2, $31, University 4 $ $ Wekiva 24 $2, $2, West Orange 147 $14, $5, $19, Winter Park 825 $81, $81, Mid Florida Tech 237 $23, $23, Orlando Tech 165 $16, $16, Westside Tech 16 $1, $1, Winter Park Tech 27 $2, $2, Middle Schools 562 $55, $55, Total Orange County 7,408 $733, ,053 $104, $838, Osceola District Schools Celebration 133 $13, ,214 $219, $232, Gateway 601 $59, $74, $134, Harmony 105 $10, $10, Liberty 238 $23, $52, $76, Osceola 336 $33, $1, $35, PATHS 328 $32, $28, $61, Poinciana 171 $16, $14, $31, St. Cloud 75 $7, $7, Zenith 51 $5, $5, Middle Schools 86 $8, $8, Total Osceola County 2,124 $210, ,951 $391, $601, Total Consortium 9,532 $944, ,004 $495, $1,439, * Reflects the number of credits at current dollar value ($99.06 per credit hour) based on the number of assessments and industry certifications passed. Students are eligible to receive college credits upon enrollment at Valencia as a postsecondary student. The credits may be awarded up to 24 months after high school graduation. Page 15

29 RESULTS Florida Statewide Gold Standard Industry Certification Results Orange County Public Schools Industry Certifications that Align to the Statewide Gold Standard School MOS (MICRO069**) PASS FAIL School Totals Colonial Dr. Phillips Oak Ridge Timber Creek West Orange Totals: 117 Overall: 117 Passed: 117 **MICRO069 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Bundle (3 of 5) Certification Potential Value of Industry Certifications Earned in Based on Current Valencia Tuition Rate School Number Of Students Who Earned Certification Certification Number Max Credit Hours*** TuitionValue based on current tuition rate of $99.06/credit hr Colonial 2 MICRO Dr. Phillips 84 MICRO Oak Ridge 22 MICRO Timber Creek 3 MICRO West Orange 6 MICRO Totals: 117 1,053 $1, $74, $19, $2, $5, $104, *** The number of credit hours an industry certification is worth varies by degree and degree option. Shown here are the maximum number of credits a student may be awarded upon submission of award certificate. Back to This report reflects self-reported industry certification results submitted by Orange county. Page 16

30 INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION RESULTS Florida Statewide Gold Standard Industry Certification Results School District of Osceola County Industry Certifications that Align to the Statewide Gold Standard School Celebration AutoCAD (ADESK016*) MOS (MICRO069**) PASS FAIL PASS FAIL School Totals 249 Gateway Liberty Osceola PATHS Poinciana Totals: Overall: 459 Passed: 439 *ADESK016 **MICRO069 Autodesk Certified Associate - AutoCAD Certification Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Bundle (3 of 5) Certification Potential Value of Industry Certifications Earned in Based on Current Valencia Tuition Rate School Number Of Students Who Earned Certification Certification Number Max Credit Hours*** TuitionValue based on current tuition rate of $99.06/credit hr Celebration 246 MICRO069 2,214 Gateway 84 MICRO Liberty 59 MICRO Osceola 2 MICRO PATHS 32 MICRO Poinciana 16 MICRO Totals: 439 3,951 $219, $74, $52, $1, $28, $14, $391, *** The number of credit hours an industry certification is worth varies by degree and degree option. Shown here are the maximum number of credits a student may be awarded upon submission of award certificate. Back to This report reflects self-reported industry certification results submitted by Osceola county. Page 17

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