School District of Palm Beach County

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School District of Palm Beach County
School District of Palm Beach County logo.gif
Type and location
Type Public
Grades Pre-K through 12
Country USA
Location Fulton-Holland Educational Services Center
Palm Springs, FL
District information
Superintendent Wayne Gent
Budget $2.5 billion (2010–11)
Students and staff
Students 171,692 (2010–11)
Teachers 12,443 (2010–11)
Staff 21,495 (2010–11)
Other information
Website www.palmbeachschools.org
Location of Palm Beach County within Florida

The School District of Palm Beach County (SDPBC) is the thirteenth largest public school district in the United States, and the fifth largest school district in Florida. The District encompasses all of Palm Beach County. For the 2010–2011 academic year, enrollment totals 171,692 students in Pre-K through 12th grades. The District operates a total of 187 schools: 107 elementary, 33 middle, 24 high, 17 alternative, 2 adult and community, 1 intermediate, 2 Exceptional Student Education (ESE), and 2 K-12. It has 21,495 employees and 37,036 volunteers.[1]

Established in 1909, the District was known as the Palm Beach County Board of Public Instruction until the mid-1980s. It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.[2] The District's headquarters are in the Fulton-Holland Educational Services Center in Palm Springs.[3][4][5]

Schools[edit]

As of 2010–2011, the District is responsible for the following schools:[6]

Adult & Community[edit]

  • Adult Education Center
  • Delray Full Service Center

Alternative[edit]

  • AMIKids – Palm Beach
  • CARP
  • Crossroads Academy
  • Elementary Transition – West at Crossroads Academy
  • Elementary Transition North / Central – Gold Coast
  • Gold Coast Community School
  • Highridge Family Center
  • Intensive Transition – South at South Area School of Choice
  • Intensive Transition – West at Crossroads Academy
  • Kelly Center
  • PACE Center for Girls
  • Palm Beach County Jail
  • Palm Beach Juvenile Correction Facility
  • Palm Beach Juvenile Detention
  • Riviera Beach Preparatory and Achievement Academy
  • Turning Points Academy

Elementary[edit]

  • Acreage Pines Elementary School
  • Addison Mizner Elementary School
  • Allamanda Elementary School
  • Banyan Creek Elementary School
  • Barton Elementary School
  • Belle Glade Elementary School
  • Belvedere Elementary School
  • Benoist Farms Elementary School
  • Berkshire Elementary School
  • Binks Forest Elementary School
  • Boca Raton Elementary School
  • Calusa Elementary School
  • Cholee Lake Elementary School
  • Citrus Cove Elementary School
  • Clifford O. Taylor / Kirklane Elementary School
  • Coral Reef Elementary School
  • Coral Sunset Elementary School
  • Crosspointe Elementary School
  • Crystal Lakes Elementary School
  • Cypress Trails Elementary School
  • Del Prado Elementary School
  • Diamond View Elementary School
  • Discovery Key Elementary School
  • Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary School
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School
  • Egret Lake Elementary School
  • Elbridge Gale Elementary School
  • Equestrian Trails Elementary School
  • Everglades Elementary School
  • Forest Hill Elementary School
  • Forest Park Elementary School
  • Freedom Shores Elementary School
  • Frontier Elementary School
  • Galaxy Elementary School
  • Glade View Elementary School
  • Golden Grove Elementary School
  • Gove Elementary School
  • Grassy Waters Elementary School
  • Greenacres Elementary School
  • Grove Park Elementary School
  • H. L. Johnson Elementary School
  • Hagen Road Elementary School
  • Hammock Pointe Elementary School
  • Heritage Elementary School
  • Hidden Oaks Elementary School
  • Highland Elementary School
  • Hope-Centennial Elementary School
  • Indian Pines Elementary School
  • J. C. Mitchell Elementary School
  • Jerry Thomas Elementary School
  • Jupiter Elementary School
  • Jupiter Farms Elementary|Jupiter Farms Elementary School
  • K. E. Cunningham / Canal Point Elementary School
  • Lake Park Elementary School
  • Lantana Elementary School
  • Liberty Park Elementary School
  • Lighthouse Elementary School
  • Limestone Creek Elementary School
  • Lincoln Elementary School
  • Loxahatchee Groves Elementary School
  • Manatee Elementary School
  • Marsh Pointe Elementary School
  • Meadow Park Elementary School
  • Melaleuca Elementary School
  • Morikami Park Elementary School
  • New Horizons Elementary School
  • North Grade Elementary School
  • North Palm Beach Elementary School
  • Northboro Elementary School
  • Northmore Elementary School
  • Orchard View Elementary School
  • Pahokee Elementary School
  • Palm Beach Gardens Elementary School
  • Palm Beach Public
  • Palm Springs Elementary School
  • Palmetto Elementary School
  • Panther Run Elementary School
  • Pierce Hammock Elementary School
  • Pine Grove Elementary School
  • Pine Jog Elementary School
  • Pioneer Park Elementary School
  • Pleasant City Elementary School
  • Plumosa School of the Arts
  • Poinciana Elementary School
  • Rolling Green Elementary School
  • Roosevelt Elementary School
  • Rosenwald Elementary School
  • Royal Palm Beach Elementary School
  • S. D. Spady Elementary School
  • Sandpiper Shores Elementary School
  • Seminole Trails Elementary School
  • South Grade Elementary School
  • South Olive Elementary School
  • Starlight Cove Elementary School
  • Sunrise Park Elementary School
  • Sunset Palms Elementary School
  • Timber Trace Elementary School
  • U. B. Kinsey / Palmview Elementary School
  • Verde Elementary School
  • Washington Elementary School
  • Waters Edge Elementary School
  • Wellington Elementary School
  • West Gate Elementary School
  • West Riviera Elementary School
  • Westward Elementary School
  • Whispering Pines Elementary School
  • Wynnebrook Elementary School

ESE[edit]

  • Indian Ridge School
  • Royal Palm School

Middle[edit]

  • Bak Middle School of the Arts
  • Bear Lakes Middle School
  • Boca Raton Community Middle School
  • Carver Community Middle School
  • Christa McAuliffe Middle School
  • Congress Middle School
  • Conniston Community Middle School
  • Crestwood Middle School
  • Don Estridge High Tech Middle School
  • Eagles Landing Middle School
  • Emerald Cove Middle School
  • Howell L. Watkins Middle School
  • Independence Middle School
  • Jeaga Middle School
  • John F. Kennedy Middle School
  • Jupiter Middle School
  • L. C. Swain Middle School
  • Lake Shore Middle School
  • Lake Worth Middle School
  • Lantana Community Middle School
  • Loggers Run Community Middle School
  • Odyssey Middle School
  • Okeeheelee Middle School
  • Omni Middle School
  • Osceola Creek Middle School
  • Pahokee Middle School
  • Palm Springs Community Middle School
  • Polo Park Middle School
  • Roosevelt Community Middle School
  • Tradewinds Middle School
  • Watson B. Duncan Middle School
  • Wellington Landings Middle School
  • Western Pines Middle School
  • Woodlands Middle School

Intermediate[edit]

  • Beacon Cove Intermediate School

K-12[edit]

  • Palm Beach Virtual School
  • Village Academy on the Art & Sara Jo Kobacker Campus

High[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "District Facts At A Glance 2010–11" (PDF). The School District of Palm Beach County. February 3, 2011. Retrieved February 18, 2011. 
  2. ^ "About Us". The School District of Palm Beach County. Retrieved February 18, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Welcome to the School District of Palm Beach County." School District of Palm Beach County. Retrieved on March 28, 2010. "Fulton-Holland Educational Services Center 3300 Forest Hill Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33406."
  4. ^ "2006 Districting Map." Village of Palm Springs. Retrieved on March 29, 2010.
  5. ^ "Districting Map." Village of Palm Springs. Retrieved on March 29, 2010.
  6. ^ "Schools by Educational Level" (PDF). The School District of Palm Beach County. July 14, 2010. Retrieved February 18, 2011. 

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