Community School of Naples

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Community School of Naples
Naples, Florida 34109
United States
Type Independent
Established 1982
Head of school Dr. David Watson[1]
Grades Pre-K-12
Enrollment 1000
Mascot Seahawk

Community School of Naples is an independent, Pre-K through Grade 12 college preparatory day school in Naples, Florida, United States. CSN is the largest independent school in Collier County, with a student body of approximately 1000 students.


The 80 acre campus is located at the northwest corner of Pine Ridge Road and Livingston Road in Naples, Florida. The three academic divisions are spread out and occupy separate buildings, with few exceptions. In addition to the main classroom buildings for the Lower/Intermediate, Middle, and Upper School, other buildings include the Morris Activity Center (MAC), the Field House, and the Landi Media Arts Center (LMA - Library and Theater). The Olympic-size YMCA Norris Pool is also located on the CSN campus.

As of the start of the 2014-2015 school year, the new learning center, located in the Upper School, opened and is now used full-time as teachers' classrooms. This structure also has an activity center known as the SAC (Student Activity Center) where students can socialize with one another during snack breaks, lunch breaks, and during free periods.

Notable alumni[edit]