The Florida Department of Education released the district grades for the 2018-2019 school year Thursday, and most schools along the First Coast stayed consistent with the previous year's grades.

During the 2018-2019 school year, the overall grade for schools:

  • Nassau: A
  • Duval: B
  • Bradford: C
  • Clay: A
  • Putnam: C
  • Baker: B
  • St. Johns: A

Over the past four years, schools in Bradford, Duval, Putnam and St. Johns counties have stayed the same.

The other counties have shifted in grades:

  • Baker County schools went from a B to a C during the 2016-2017 school year 
  • Clay County schools went from a B to an A during the 2017-2018 school year
  • Nassau County schools went from a B to an A during the 2016-2017 school year

Duval County Public Schools "leaped six overall points, and is now just four points shy -- less than one percentage point -- from an A-rating," DCPS said in a release.

Overall, 42 schools with DCPS increased at least one letter grade, including six schools that jumped two letter grades:

  • Ortega Elementary (C to an A)
  • Venetia Elementary (C to an A)
  • San Jose Preparatory Academy (C to an A)
  • St. Clair Evans Elementary (D to a B)
  • Somerset Preparatory Academy (F to a B)
  • Hyde Park Elementary (F to a C)

To see a full breakdown for the district and individual school grades, visit the Florida Department of Education's website.