District School Board of Collier County

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District School Board of Collier County
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Address
5775 Osceola Trail
Naples, Florida 34109
Information
Superintendent Kamela Patton
Area Collier County, Florida
Telephone (239) 377-0001
Grades VPK to 12 (with adult education programs)
Website

The District School Board of Collier County, also known as Collier County Public Schools, is a school district in Collier County, Florida. The district has schools placed in four cities throughout the county: Everglades City, Immokalee, Marco Island and Naples. The district employees 2,900 teachers, 47% with advanced degrees. The School District of Collier County includes 50 schools, along with two charter schools, and including two postsecondary technical schools educating adult or dually-enrolled high school students.[1] As a whole, the district has maintained a 'B' grade since 2004[2].

High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Corkscrew Middle
  • Cypress Palm Middle
  • East Naples Middle
  • Golden Gate Middle
  • Gulfview Middle
  • Immokalee Middle
  • Manatee Middle
  • Marco Island Charter
  • North Naples Middle
  • Oakridge Middle
  • Pine Ridge Middle

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Avalon Elementary
  • Big Cypress Elementary
  • Calusa Park Elementary
  • Corkscrew Elementary
  • Estates Elementary
  • Golden Gate Elementary Intermediate
  • Golden Gate Elementary Primary
  • Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate
  • Golden Terrace Elementary Primary
  • Highlands Elementary
  • Lake Park Elementary
  • Lake Trafford Elementary
  • Laurel Oak Elementary
  • Lely Elementary
  • Manatee Elementary
  • Mike Davis Elementary
  • Naples Park Elementary
  • Osceola Elementary
  • Palmetto Elementary
  • Parkside Elementary
  • Pelican Marsh Elementary
  • Pinecrest Elementary
  • Poinciana Elementary
  • Sabal Palm Elementary
  • Sea Gate Elementary
  • Shadowlawn Elementary
  • The Learning Center
  • Tommie Barfield Elementary
  • Veterans Memorial Elementary
  • Village Oaks Elementary
  • Vineyards Elementary

Alternative schools/sites[edit]

  • Beacon High School
  • Big Cypress Wilderness Institute*
  • Collier Regional Juvenile Detention Center*
  • New Beginnings (Naples & Immokalee)
  • Phoenix Program
  • Teen Parenting Program (at Golden Gate & Immokalee High Schools)
 *Partnership with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

Ethnic groups[edit]

  • Hispanic - 47 %
  • White - 37%
  • Black - 12%
  • Mixed - 2%
  • Asian - 1%
  • Indian - 1% [3].

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