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The focus of Treasure Coast Schools is on achieving excellence. St. Lucie County's mission is to enable all students to graduate from safe, caring schools equipped with knowledge, skills and the desire to succeed.

Comprised of some of the best schools in the state, the resulting educational system gives students access to even better schools, from early education through the postgraduate level, in both public and private systems.

In St. Lucie County, the entire community has made student performance their priority for the 2004-2005 school year and the Superintendent of Schools, Michael Anion, is ready to lead. Sixty nine percent of St. Lucie County Schools maintained or increased their academic grade in 2003. As the State has raised the bar, administrators, teachers, students, parents and volunteers have worked diligently to meet the challenge.

St. Lucie County has twenty elementary schools Bayshore, Chester A. Moore, Fairlawn, Floresta, Frances K. Sweet, Garden City, Lakewood Park, Lawnwood, Manatee, Mariposa, Morningside, Parkway, Port St. Lucie, Rivers Edge, Savanna Ridge, St. Lucie, Village Green, Weatherbee, White City annd Windmill Point.

St. Lucie County has six middle schools Dan McCarty, Forest Grove, Northport, Southern Oaks, Southport, St. Lucie West.

St. Lucie County five high schools Fort Pierce Central, Fort Pierce Westwood, Lincoln Park Academy, Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie West Centennial.

St. Lucie County has three other education schools Dale Cassens Educational Center, Ft. Pierce Magnet, Treasure Coast - P.A.C.E.

Martin County School's greatest pride and hope for the future rests in the children. Their goal as a community is to focus the many and diverse resources into the best possible educational opportunities for our students. District priorities are:

  • To prepare our students to succeed at the highest levels in the world that awaits them
  • To use technology and community resources to expand and enhance the classroom; and
  • To provide a safe, secure and supportive environment for learning and growing.

An amazing array of exploration and discovery takes place in each of Martin County schools every day, thanks to the talents of our creative and dedicated staff and the input of parents and the community. They invite you to visit their district to explore the many opportunities which the Martin County School District can provide for your family. If you have any questions, They urge you to call the office, or visit Martin County Schools website.

Martin County has eleven elementary schools Bessey Creek, Crystal Lake, Felix A. Williams, Hobe Sound, Jensen Beach, J.D. Parker School of Science, Math and Technology, Palm City, Pinewood, Port Salerno, Seawind and Warfield elementary.

Martin County has four middle schools Hidden Oaks, Indiantown, Murray, and Stuart Middle.

Martin County has three high schools Jensen Beach High School, Martin County High School, South Fork High School.

Lumped together, Florida students have some of the lowest SAT scores in the country. But the Martin County School District the state's top district based on high scores on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test has an average score much higher than the state and the national average.

Teamwork helped Martin County pull in the top FCAT performance in the state despite obstacles like a roof blown away at Pinewood Elementary in Stuart.

Palm Beach County School District offers a large number of charter schools and magnet programs. Magnet programs include math, science, technology, visual arts, performing arts, communication arts, and international studies.

There are 164 public schools in Palm Beach County including three (3) new schools: Hidden Oak Elem., L. C. Swain Middle, and Seminole Ridge High. In addition, eight (8) existing schools have been modernized/replaced: Atlantic High, Bak Middle School of the Arts, H. L. Watkins Middle, J. C. Mitchell Elem., Meadow Park Elem., Roosevelt Elem., S. D. Spady Elem., and U. B. Kinsey Palmview Elem.

Palm Beach County School District is the 4th largest district in Florida and the 10th largest in the nation with 176,549 students (PK-12) during the 2005-06 school year. Approximately 5,600 new students enter Palm Beach County Schools each year. • Our school grades are among the highest in the state with 84 schools earning A’s, 37 schools earning B’s, and 24 schools earning C’s (excluding Charter Schools).

The School District of Palm Beach County has earned an "A" rating from the Florida Department of Education, the only school district among the "Big 7" in the state and the only South Florida school district to earn that distinction.

Two Palm Beach County Schools were listed in the Top 20 of Newsweek’s “The 100 Best High Schools in America” — Atlantic Community High and A. W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts ranked 18th and 20th, respectively. Suncoast High School was also ranked.

Indian River County School District's mission is to educate and inspire all students to succeed in their endeavors, pursue lifelong learning and be contributing members of their community. We take pride in the scope and excellence of our overall program and strive to provide a caring and supportive environment where meaningful learning takes place for all students every day.

Indian River County School District is currently ranked among Florida’s top ten school districts, with ninety percent of our schools achieving a grade of “A” or “B” under Florida’s A+ Plan. Our district is one of fifteen school districts in the State of Florida to receive a letter grade of “A” from the Florida Department of Education.

Indian River County has thirteen elementary schools handle our Kindergarten-fifth grade students. These schools are Beachland, Citrus, Dodgertown, Fellsmere, Glendale, Highlands, Liberty Magnet, Osceola Magnet, Pelican Island, Rosewood Magnet, Sebastian, Thompson and Vero Beach Elementary Schools.

Three middle schools handle our sixth through eighth grade students. They are Gifford Middle, Oslo Middle, and Sebastian River Middle Schools.

Our two high schools are Sebastian River High School in the North County and Vero Beach High School in the South County.

The three special schools are the Center for Alternative Education, the Adult Education Center, and the Wabasso Exceptional School.

The charter schools are Indian River Academy Charter School, which serves grades three–five, Indian River Charter High School, which serves grades nine–twelve, North County Charter School, which serves grades one–five, Sebastian River Charter Junior High, which serves grades six–eight, and St. Peter’s Academy, which serves grades Kindergarten–five.

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