Duval County School District
In 1864, the first public school in Florida was placed in Jacksonville, and Duval has been paving the way for Florida’s Education since. Duval County is the 20th largest school district in the nation, and the 6th largest in the state. This School District encompasses Jacksonville and the Duval County with 102 elementary schools, 24 middle schools, one K-6 school, two K-8 schools, two 6-12 schools, and 19 high schools. All schools fall into the category of neighborhood, choice, or magnet school. Every school in Duval County offers at least one choice program, special program, or acceleration program.
Duval County Public Schools provides educational excellence in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day.
Source: Duval County Public Schools
Read interviews with district educators and administrators below.
Map of Duval County
Sample Schools in Duval County
The mission of Englewood High School is to maintain a culturally diverse community of students, parents, and staff, dedicated to creating a highly successful educational environment in which each student is empowered and inspired to reach his or her full academic, social, and emotional potential in every class, every day.
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2018-2019 Florida Department of Education EdStats Information
|Number of Students||Race/Ethnicity||ELL Status|
Two or More Races: 4.7%
ELL Students: 5.4%
Non-ELL Students: 94.6%
District Achievement Data (from 2017-2018)
Overall District Grade: B
|Englewood High School||C|