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Title I Schools and Poverty Percentage

Title I schools are chosen using state verified data.  State Direct Certified data is the number of students/families who qualify directly for SNAP, Homeless, Migrant, Medicaid or Foster Care as verified by the state.  The school list can change slightly annually.  For more information on services provided to Title I schools, please visit Schoolwide Components.
                                                                                          

Orange County Public Schools/Title I Federal Programs
2020 - 2021 Title I Schools with Poverty %


Note:
  Title I school report cards can be viewed by clicking on the links for each school category.

School

Pov. %

School

Pov. %

Acceleration East

65.52%

Magnolia School

71.88%

Acceleration West

62.44%

Maxey Elementary

56.91%

Aloma Elementary

50.77%

McCoy Elementary

64.34%

Apopka Elementary

49.24%

Meadow Woods Elementary

56.04%

Apopka Middle****

49.92%

Meadowbrook Middle

64.58%

Aspire Academy Charter

70.09%

Memorial Middle

69.03%

Azalea Park Elementary

67.86%

Millennia Gardens Elementary

53.65%

BETA

85.71%

Mollie Ray Elementary

75.78%

Bonneville Elementary

63.23%

Oak Hill Elementary

66.95%

BridgePrep Academy Charter

60.52%

Oak Ridge High

57.67%

Carver Middle

75.58%

Ocoee Elementary

56.15%

Castle Creek Elementary

58.92%

OCPS Academic Center For Excellence

76.38%

Catalina Elementary

72.70%

Orange Center Elementary

65.08%

Central Florida Leadership Academy Charter****

51.97%

Orange County Preparatory Academy Charter****

55.04%

Cheney Elementary

60.83%

Orlo Vista Elementary

68.73%

Cherokee

82.61%

Palmetto Elementary

60.51%

Chickasaw Elementary

65.40%

Passport Charter

56.57%

Citrus Elementary****

53.38%

Phyllis Wheatley Elementary

80.39%

Clay Springs Elementary****

51.25%

Piedmont Lakes Middle

59.81%

College Park Middle

64.98%

Pinar Elementary

65.74%

Colonial High

52.75%

Pine Hills Elementary

67.13%

Conway Elementary

58.29%

Pinecrest Creek Charter

62.64%

Dillard Street Elementary

57.17%

Pinecrest Preparatory Charter****

51.23%

Dover Shores Elementary

56.78%

Pineloch Elementary

65.33%

Dream Lake Elementary

58.52%

Pinewood Elementary

64.62%

Eagle's Nest Elementary

62.82%

Positive Pathways Transition Center

66.93%

Eccleston Elementary

73.51%

Project Compass****

76.92%

Engelwood Elementary

63.06%

Prosperitas Leadership Academy Charter****

58.54%

Evans High

58.21%

Renaissance Charter School at
Chickasaw

65.77%

Forsyth Woods Elementary

72.99%

Renaissance Charter School at
Goldenrod

56.63%

Frangus Elementary

54.77%

Ridgewood Park Elementary

65.36%

Gateway

66.67%

Riverdale Elementary

61.59%

Hiawassee Elementary

60.38%

Riverside Elementary

61.36%

Hungerford Elementary

79.28%

Robinswood Middle

63.54%

Innovations Middle Charter

81.22%

Rock Lake Elementary

72.60%

Ivey Lane Elementary

71.47%

Rolling Hills Elementary

67.15%

Jackson Middle

58.41%

Rosemont Elementary

64.74%

Jones High

68.70%

Sadler Elementary

55.14%

Killarney Elementary

63.59%

Sally Ride Elementary

60.55%

Lake Gem Elementary

60.17%

Shingle Creek Elementary

63.22%

Lake George Elementary

51.22%

Spring Lake Elementary

66.67%

Lake Silver Elementary

54.46%

Tangelo Park Elementary

54.59%

Lake Weston Elementary

72.22%

Three Points Elementary

61.52%

Lakeville Elementary

49.01%

Union Park Elementary

56.48%

Lancaster Elementary

71.13%

Union Park Middle

65.54%

Lawton Chiles Elementary

59.05%

Ventura Elementary

53.95%

Legends Academy Charter

74.64%

Walker Middle

66.84%

Liberty Middle

60.39%

Washington Shores Elementary

71.73%

Little River Elementary

62.75%

Wekiva High****

51.46%

Lockhart Elementary

64.05%

West Oaks Elementary

69.50%

Lockhart Middle

65.67%

Westridge Middle

60.16%

Lovell Elementary

66.80%

Winegard Elementary

64.96%

Lucious And Emma Nixon Academy Charter

80.50%

Zellwood Elementary

57.90%

 

39.06% District Poverty Average - 64,651 Students Served -
**** 9 Schools New to Title I



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