Lee County School District

District Information

School District of Lee County is the ninth-largest district in Florida and the 33rd-largest school district in the United States. We proudly educate over 90,000 students in grades K-12. Our District is a model for others in the state and nation – from our Microsoft Certified High School (Dunbar High) to our National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence (The Sanibel School) to one of the top IB High Schools in the world (Fort Myers High.)

Mission Statement

The mission of Lee County Public Schools is to ensure that each student achieves his/her highest personal potential.

Source: Lee County Public Schools

Map of Lee County

Lee County Map

Sample Schools in Lee County

The Tice Elementary mission is to facilitate high achievement for all students in a safe learning environment through an effective and efficient operation.  The vision that we have for our children on a daily basis is To prepare them for success.

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2018-2019 Florida Department of Education EdStats Information

District Demographics

Number of Students Race/Ethnicity ELL Status
94,417 Hispanic: 42.5%
White: 38.5%
Black: 14.2%
Two or More Races: 2.9%
Asian: 1.7%
American-Indian: 0.2%
Pacific-Islander: 0.1%
ELL Students: 12.2%
Non-ELL Students: 87.8%

District Achievement Data (from 2017-2018)

Overall District Grade: B

School Grade
Tice Elementary School B

Students Enrolled by Year

Students Enrolled by Gender

Students Enrolled by ELL Status

Students Enrolled by Race/Ethnicity