List of Fairfax County Public Schools Middle Schools - Francis Scott Key Middle School

Francis Scott Key Middle School

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Francis Scott Key test scores for the 2005-2006 school year
SOL Test Percent Passing
Grade 7 English: Reading 81%
Grade 7 Math 36%
Grade 8 English: Reading 78%
Grade 8 Science 82%
Grade 8 English: Writing 93%
Grade 8 Math 76%

Francis Scott Key Middle School (Cluster: 5; Grades: 7-8, website) is a public school in Springfield that feeds into Robert E. Lee High School.

Key's student body of 885 is 32.61% Hispanic, 24.46% Asian, 22.17% White, 16.69% Black, and 4.08% Other.

A total of 41% of teachers have a Bachelor's degree, 59% have a Master's degree, and less than 1% have a Doctorate degree. There is a 96% attendance rate.

There are six teams at Key, three in the seventh grade (7A-The Adventurers, 7B-The Bulldogs, 7C-The Champs), and three in the eighth grade.

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