Martin County School District

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Martin County School District
500 East Ocean Boulevard
Stuart, Florida, Martin 34994
United States
Type Public
Superintendent Laurie Gaylord
Grades K-12

Martin County School District, also referred to officially as the School Board of Martin County, is a public school district that covers Martin County, Florida. This School District is rated the #1 performing school district in Florida with excellent testing scores and graduation rates.[1][2]

School Board[edit]

The District School Board is elected on a non-partisan basis. The Superintendent of Schools is a partisan elected position.

  • Superintendent of Schools: Laurie J. Gaylord (2012–present)
  • District 1: Christia Li Roberts (2016-2018) Vice Chairman
  • District 2: Marsha Powers (2016-2020)
  • District 3: Rebecca Negron (2016–2018)
  • District 4: Tina McSoley (2016–2018) Chairman
  • District 5: Michael DiTerlizzi (2016–2020)


The district operates the following public schools:

High Schools[edit]

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School
  • Hidden Oaks Middle School
  • Indiantown Middle School
  • Murray Middle School
  • Stuart Middle School

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Bessey Creek Elementary School
  • Citrus Grove Elementary School
  • Crystal Lake Elementary School
  • Felix A. Williams Elementary School
  • Hobe Sound Elementary School
  • Jensen Beach Elementary School
  • J.D. Parker School of Science, Math and Technology
  • Palm City Elementary School
  • Pinewood Elementary School
  • Port Salerno Elementary School
  • SeaWind Elementary School
  • Warfield Elementary School


  • Citrus Grove Elementary School
  • Felix A. Williams Elementary School
  • Perkins Center
  • Salerno Schoolhouse
  • Salerno Learning Center
  • Stuart Learning Center

Charter Schools[edit]

  • The Clark Advanced Learning Center
  • The Hope Charter Center for Autism

Other Programs[edit]

The District operates the following other programs:

  • Career and Technical Education
  • Challenger
  • Environmental Studies Center
  • Martin Virtual School
  • Spectrum
  • Teenage Parent Center - Florida First Start Resource Center Indiantown
  • Teenage Parent Center - Spectrum


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  2. ^ "Martin County School District Homepage". Martin County School District. Retrieved 27 December 2015. 

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