Dunnellon High School
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|Dunnellon High School|
|10055 SW 180th Ave Rd
Dunnellon, FL, Marion County, United States
|School type||Public, Secondary|
|School district||Marion County Public Schools|
|Grades||9 through 12|
|Color(s)||Red, Black, and White
|Accreditation||Florida Department of Education
|Website||Dunnellon High School|
Dunnellon High School is an American secondary school located in Dunnellon, FL. The school serves students from Marion, Levy and Citrus counties. The student population of 1400 is 52% majority and 48% minority. Transportation is funded by a $20,000 grant from Progress Energy and administered by the Public Education Foundation of Marion County.
Dunnellon provides education from ninth through twelfth grades. Additional vocational classes include Medical Skills, Business, Culinary Arts, Agriculture, Construction, Child Development, Video Production, Fashion Design, Health Occupations, Power Generation, and an on-the job training program.
The school has an Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) program.
The school has won back to back Class 4A state softball championships
- Dunnellon High School website
- Marion County Public Schools website
- Ocala Star-Banner newspaper article about the Power Generation Academy
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