Deane Bozeman School

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Deane Bozeman School
13410 Hwy 77

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Coordinates30°23′40″N 85°41′09″W / 30.3944°N 85.6859°W / 30.3944; -85.6859Coordinates: 30°23′40″N 85°41′09″W / 30.3944°N 85.6859°W / 30.3944; -85.6859
TypePublic School
School districtBay District Schools
PrincipalJosh Balkom
Enrollment1,256 (2016-17)[1]
Color(s)Navy, Red and White               
AthleticsFootball, Basketball, Soccer, Wrestling, Baseball, Track, Softball, Etc.
AccreditationFlorida 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.


  1. ^ "DEANE BOZEMAN SCHOOL". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 14, 2019.