Lake County Schools

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This article is about the school district in Florida. For the school district in Oregon, see Lake County School District.
Lake County Schools
Lake County, Florida
United States
District information
Type Public school district
Grades Pre-K to 12
Superintendent Susan Moxley
Students and staff
Students 41,110 (2010-11)[1]
Teachers 2,655 (on FTE basis)
Other information
Student:teacher ratio 16.8
Website Lake County Schools Website

Lake County Schools is a public school district located in Lake County, Florida, USA. The district operates 59 schools, including 20 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, and 9 high schools. The district educates over 41,100 students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade.[1]

As of November 18, 2008, the superintendent is Susan Moxley.[2]

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Astatula Elementary
  • Beverly Shores Elementary
  • Clermont Elementary
  • Cypress Ridge Elementary
  • Eustis Elementary
  • Fruitland Park Elementary
  • Grassy Lake Elementary
  • Groveland Elementary
  • Lake Hills School (Ages 2–22 with moderate to profound disabilities)
  • Leesburg Elementary
  • Lost Lake Elementary
  • Pine Ridge Elementary
  • Rimes Early Learning Center (Pre-K - 2nd grade)
  • Sawgrass Bay Elementary
  • Seminole Springs Elementary
  • Sorrento Elementary
  • Tavares Elementary
  • Treadway Elementary
  • Triangle Elementary
  • Umatilla Elementary
  • Villages Elementary

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Carver Middle
  • Clermont Middle
  • East Ridge Middle
  • Eustis Middle
  • Cecil E. Gray Middle
  • Mount Dora Middle
  • Tavares Middle
  • Umatilla Middle
  • Windy Hill Middle

High Schools[edit]

Conversion Charters[edit]

  • Mascotte Elementary
  • Minneola Elementary
  • Round Lake Elementary
  • Lake Technical Center
  • Spring Creek Elementary

Charter Schools[edit]

  • Alee Academy
  • Altoona School
  • Milestones Charter School
  • Imagine South Lake Charter


  1. ^ a b Lake County School District. National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved on 11 October 2012. "Students: 41,100 (2005-2006)"
  2. ^ Superintendent. Lake County Schools. Retrieved on 22 November 2008.

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