Deane Bozeman School
|Deane Bozeman School|
13410 Hwy 77
|School district||Bay District Schools|
|Color(s)||Navy, Red and White|
|Athletics||Football, Basketball, Soccer, Wrestling, Baseball, Track, Softball, Etc.|
|Accreditation||Florida State Department of Education|
Deane Bozeman School, originally Bozeman Learning Center, is located at 13410 Hwy 77 in Panama City, Florida. The school sits on a 33 acre campus approximately 12 miles north of Lynn Haven, Florida in northwest Bay County, Florida. It serves PreK-12th grade and opened in August, 2000 as a PreK-8th grade school with 750 students. As of 2014 it served 1,300 students. The school's teams compete as the Bucks. The school is named for Deane Bozeman, a long serving Bay County School Board member and volunteer.
The school campus includes two elementary classroom buildings; two middle school classroom buildings; two high school classroom buildings; band, chorus and art facilities; a media center; cafeteria that doubles as a stage; administrative building; covered elementary physical education pavilion; and outdoor amphitheater. An art science classroom building and baseball field opened in 2007.The school also has a softball field, tennis courts, track and field area, and a football stadium on campus that shared with other county schools.
- "DEANE BOZEMAN SCHOOL". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 20, 2018.
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