|Rating||8 out of 10|
|Grades||6th grade to 9th grade|
|Location||501 N DAVIS ST
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32202
Lavilla School Of The Arts has an academic rating well above the average for Florida middle schools based on its high test performance. It is ranked 89th in the best public middle schools in Florida.
Data Citation: Unless otherwise noted, all information on this page is retrieved or calculated from data reported to the the U.S. Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics Common Core of Data and Civil Rights Data Collection for the 2014/2015 school year.
The Lavilla School Of The Arts student body is predominantly White with a significant Black population and has very high racial diversity.
|Native American Indian||0.4%||4|
|Hawaiian Pacific Inlander||0.5%||5|
|Two or more races||3.7%||41|
25.9% percent of the school's students are eligible for free lunch under the National School Lunch Program compared to the Florida middle school median of 56.1%. By this measure, LAVILLA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS students are largely upper income and rank 72nd in Florida for middle school student family income.
Students at Lavilla School Of The Arts scored an average 71% of students proficient for math and reading as tested by the Florida Department of Education. Performance is well above the state middle school median of 52% proficiency and places the school's test performance in the top 15.4% of Florida middle schools.
|Gender||Math Proficient||Reading Proficient|
|Boys||65% to 69%*||60% to 64%*|
|Subgroup||Math Proficient||Reading Proficient|
|Asian & Pacific Islander||80% to 89%*||80% to 89%*|
|Hispanic||65% to 69%*||70% to 74%*|
|With Disabilites||30% to 39%*||40% to 49%*|
*Indicates statistic has been anonymized to protect student privacy.
|Overall Chronic Absenteeism Rate||3%||15%|
|Female Chronic Absenteeism Rate||3%|
|Male Chronic Absenteeism Rate||1%|
Lavilla School Of The Arts
501 N DAVIS ST