List of schools in Duval County, Florida

The following is a list of the schools operated by the Duval County School Board, d/b/a Duval County Public Schools. The list is currently limited to high schools and middle schools. Most of the schools listed are in Jacksonville, Florida, the county seat and its largest city by orders of magnitude.

High schoolsEdit

School 2007-08 enrollment Grades Year est. Principal Mascot Notes
Alden Road Exceptional Student Center 6-12 Blitch, Joey Dolphins School for special learning needs
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts 1040 9-12 1985 Hammer, Melanie Puffin Magnet school for the arts; admission only by audition or portfolio review
Atlantic Coast High School (was not open) 9-12 2010 Lynch, Debra Stingrays
Baldwin Middle-Senior High School 1198 6-12 1948 Hall, Denise Indians Combined middle school and high school that serves the westernmost portion of Duval County
Darnell-Cookman Middle/High School of the Medical Arts 1137 6-12 Lyles, Tyrus Vikings Beginning with the 2008-09 school year, Darnell-Cookman is transitioning from a middle school to a 6-11 (later 6-12) school.
Englewood High School 1923 9-12 Brennan, Alvin Rams
First Coast High School 2424 9-12 1990 Fluent, Justin Buccaneers
Duncan U. Fletcher High School 2506 9-12 1937 Gilbert, Dane Senators Named after U.S. Senator Duncan U. Fletcher
Westside High School 1856 9-12 1958 Bostic, Gregory Wolverines Formerly named Nathan B. Forrest High School
Grand Park Educational Center 9-12 Blue, Dr.Tyrone Eagles School for behaviorally and academically challenged students
Andrew Jackson High School 1628 9-12 1928 Clinch, Tracolya Tigers One of the two oldest high schools in Duval County. Original building shares same architectural design as Robert E. Lee High School. Many of the schools were "twinned" with other schools upon construction.
Robert E. Lee High School 1884 9-12 1928 Schneider, Scott Generals The oldest high school in Duval County. Original building shares same architectural design as Andrew Jackson High School.
Mandarin High School 2952 9-12 1990 Richardson, Donna Mustangs
Mt. Herman Exceptional Student Center Ages 3–22 Cashen, Mark Herons School for profoundly mentally handicapped students
Palm Avenue Exceptional Student Center 6-12 Michael Alexander Panthers School for special learning needs and find students employment and open cases through Vocational Rehab for graduating seniors
Terry Parker High School 1849 9-12 Pardue, Meagan Braves
Paxon School for Advanced Studies 1552 9-12 Turner, Royce Eagles A dedicated academic magnet school
Frank H. Peterson Academies of Technology 1249 9-12 Barnes, Kathy Eagles Formerly known as the Westside Skills Center, offers several vocational programs
William M. Raines High School 1302 9-12 1965 Hall,Vincent Vikings Named after a former Duval principal
A. Philip Randolph Academies of Technology 962 9-12 1979 Motley, Rhonda Jaguars Formerly known as the Northside Skills Center, offers several vocational programs
Jean Ribault High School 948 9-12 Jackson, Christopher Trojans named after a 16th-century French explorer
Sandalwood High School 3181 9-12 1971 Dr.Saryn, V Hatcher Saints Largest school in Duval County; was originally built as a junior-senior high combination
Stanton College Preparatory School 1465 9-12 1868 Majova-Seane, Nongongoma Blue Devils Founded through a program of the Freedman's Bureau, in 1980 became the county's first academic magnet school, oldest high school in Jacksonville by name
Edward H. White High School 2322 9-12 1971 Bloom, Jason Commanders Named after one of the astronauts who died in the Apollo 1 fire
Samuel W. Wolfson High School 1904 9-12 1963 Begley,Christopher Wolfpack

Middle schoolsEdit

School Enrollment Grades Established Principal Mascot Notes
Alden Road Exceptional Student Center 6-12 Linda Leonard Dolphins School for special learning needs
Arlington Middle School 847 6-8 2000 Evan Dainels Vikings [1]
Baldwin Middle-Senior High School 1198 6-12 Denise Hall Indians [2]
Butler, EugeneEugene J. Butler Middle School Trutie L. Moreland Falcons
Darnell-Cookman School of the Medical Arts Tyrus Lyles Vikings
Davis, JeffersonJefferson Davis Middle School Marshuana Bush Chargers
duPont, Alfred I.Alfred I. duPont Middle School Marilyn Barnwell Dragons Formerly known as duPont Jr.-Sr. High School[3]
Fletcher, DuncanDuncan U. Fletcher Middle School Teresa Mowbray
John E. Ford K-8 School K-8 Tina Bennett Royal Knights
Fort Caroline Middle School Chelvert Wellington Cavaliers
Gilbert, MatthewMatthew Gilbert Middle School Jamelle Wilcox-Goodwin Panthers Served as a high school for black students before integration.[4]
Highlands Middle School Jackie Simmons Wildcats
Johnson, James WeldonJames Weldon Johnson Middle School 1097 6-8 Sharwonda Peek Trojans Magnet college preparatory;[5]
Best Practice School[6]
Kernan Middle School Kathy Kassees Osprey
Kirby-Smith Middle School 1923 Kenya Griffin Comets
Lake Shore Middle School Caleb Gottberg Warriors
Landmark Middle School 1989 Michael Henry Seahawks
Landon, JuliaJulia Landon College Preparatory and Leadership Development School Timothy Feagins Lions
LaVilla School of the Arts Janelle Wagoner N/A
Mandarin Middle School Joy Recla Hawks
Mayport Middle School 1977 Katrina E. McCray Sharks
Mt. Herman Exceptional Student Center Ages 3–22 Mark Cashen Herons School for profoundly mentally handicapped students.
Northwestern Middle School Shawn Platts Yellow Jackets
Oceanway School 6-8 John Cochran Buccaneers
Palm Avenue Exceptional Student Center 6-12 Michael Alexander Panthers School for special learning needs
Ribault, JeanJean Ribault Middle School Angela Maxey Colts
Rutherford, MattieMattie V. Rutherford Alternative Education Center 6-8 Maurice Nesmith Wildcats School for behaviorally and academically challenged students
Southside Middle School 1200 6-8 1964 LaTanya McNeal Knights
Stilwell, JosephJoseph Stilwell Middle School Vincen Patriots
Stuart, J. E. B.J. E. B. Stuart Middle School Gregory D. Bostic Raiders Formerly Nathan B. Forrest High School
Twin Lakes Academy Middle School Tamara Tuschhoff Timberwolves
Westview K-8 School K-8 Michele Floyd Hatcher Broncos

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Arlington Middle School, #213". School Demographic, Assessment, and Accountability Data. Duval County Public Schools. Archived from the original on 2008-04-20. Retrieved 2008-05-21.
  2. ^ "Baldwin Middle-Senior High School, #38". School Demographic, Assessment, and Accountability Data. Duval County Public Schools. Archived from the original on 2009-04-06. Retrieved 2008-05-21.
  3. ^ http://www.jacksonville.com/tu-online/stories/041805/pat_18502761.shtml
  4. ^ Brown, Will (26 February 2017). "Matthew W. Gilbert renames athletic field in honor of former principal". Retrieved 27 November 2017.
  5. ^ "James Weldon Johnson Middle School, #152". School Demographic, Assessment, and Accountability Data. Duval County Public Schools. Archived from the original on 2009-02-11. Retrieved 2008-05-20.
  6. ^ "Best Practices" Archived 2008-11-20 at the Wayback Machine, Florida Atlantic University, accessed 23 May 2008