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EXTENDED DAY ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS The Nassau County elementary schools offer before and


after-school childcare through the YMCA’s “PrYme Time” program. Check with your child’s school for more details.


HOME EDUCATION For homeschooling support in Nassau County, contact the


Florida Parent-Educators Association at office@fpea.com or 877-275-3732.


PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN NASSAU COUNTY


Amelia Island Montessori School ......................261-6610 www.ameliaislandmontessori.com Faith Christian Academy ....................................321-2137 www.fcaangels.com Sonshine Christian Academy ..............................879-1260 www.sonshinechristian.com St. Michael Academy ..........................................321-2102 www.stmichaels-academy.org


HIGHER EDUCATION


Florida State College at Jacksonville The Betty P. Cook Nassau Center ..................548-4400


www.fscj.edu ST. JOHNS COUNTY


{Hastings, Julington Creek, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach}


St. Johns County School District Superintendent: Joseph G. Joyner, Ed.D. 40 Orange St. St. Augustine, FL 32084..........................................547-7500 www.stjohns.k12.fl.us


The St. Johns County School District serves nearly 32,000


students. It includes 18 elementary schools, one K-8 school, seven middle schools, seven high schools, five charter schools and one alternative center. Furthermore, the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind in St. Augustine offers an educational program for deaf and blind children from pre-school through 12th grade, as well as a postsecondary program. Tuition is free to eligible Florida residents.


The St. Johns County School Board meets on the second


Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. at the School Board Administration Center. Workshops are also held at 8:30 a.m. on the first and fourth Tuesday of each month.


FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS


Career and Technical Education ..............................547-7731 Exceptional Student Education ..............................547-7672 Food and Nutrition Services....................................547-3961 Head Start ................................................................547-4896 School Services ......................................................547-7583 Transportation Department......................................547-7810


ST. JOHNS COUNTY SCHOOLS FCAT (FLORIDA COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT TEST) To obtain information about schools that do not take the FCAT, please contact your local school district


Grades 3, 4, 5


Cunningham Creek, 547-7860 Durbin Creek, 547-3880 Hickory Creek, 547-7450


John A. Crookshank, 547-7840 Julington Creek, 547-7980 Ketterlinus, 547-8540


Liberty Pines Academy, 547-7900 Mill Creek, 547-3720 Ocean Palms, 547-3760 Osceola, 547-3780


Otis A. Mason, 547-8440 Palencia, 547-4010


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PVPV – Rawlings, 547-8570 R.B. Hunt, 547-7960


South Woods, 547-8610 Timberlin Creek, 547-7400 W.D. Hartley, 547-8400 Wards Creek, 547-8730 Webster, 547-3860


Grades 6, 7, 8


Alice B. Landrum, 547-8410 Fruit Cove, 547-7880


Gamble Rogers, 547-8700 Liberty Pines Academy, 547-7900


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Pacetti Bay, 547-8760 R.J. Murray, 547-8470 Sebastian, 547-3840


Switzerland Point, 547-8650 Grades 9, 10


Allen D. Nease, 547-8300 Bartram Trail, 547-8340 Creekside, 547-7300


Pedro Menendez, 547-8660 Ponte Vedra, 547-7350 St. Augustine, 547-8530


St. Johns Technical, 547-8500 FOR COLOR KEY, PLEASE VISIT THE NEIGHBORHOOD MAP ON PAGE 18 OF THIS GUIDE First Coast Relocation GuideTM 2013 63


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