Broward County Public Schools

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Broward County Public Schools
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"Educating Today's Students For Tomorrow's World"
Broward County, Florida
United States
Coordinates 26°07′28″N 80°14′58″W / 26.124354°N 80.249503°W / 26.124354; -80.249503 (District office)Coordinates: 26°07′28″N 80°14′58″W / 26.124354°N 80.249503°W / 26.124354; -80.249503 (District office)
District information
Type Public
Grades VPK to 12 (with adult education programs)
Established 1915 (1915)[1]
Superintendent Robert Runcie[2]
Schools 315[3]
Budget $5.271 billion (2012-2013)[4]
District ID 1200180[5]
Students and staff
Students 260,796[3]
Other information

Broward County Public Schools, a public school district serving Broward County, Florida, is the sixth largest public school system in the nation, with over 260,000 students in more than 310 schools and education centers.[3] The district is headquartered in downtown Fort Lauderdale.[6]

School Board[edit]

The current Superintendent of schools is Robert Runcie.[2] The members of the school board, which oversee the district, are as follows:[7]

  • District 1 - Ann Murray
  • District 2 - Patricia Good
  • District 3 - Heather Brinkworth
  • District 4 - Abby Freedman (Vice Chair)
  • District 5 - Rosalind Osgood (Chair)
  • District 6 - Laurie Rich Levinson
  • District 7 - Nora Rupert
  • At Large (Districtwide) - Donna Korn
  • At Large (Districtwide) - Robin Bartleman

Schools in Broward County[edit]

During the 2008-2009 academic school year, the District served 255,738 students.[3] The district covers a total of 286 institutions: 138 elementary schools, 43 middle schools, 33 high schools, 16 adult/vocational schools, 16 centers, and 56 charter schools.[3]

High Schools[edit]

Middle Schools[edit]

Elementary Schools[edit]

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