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EXTENDED DAY ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS All elementary schools in St. Johns County offer extended


day care, while some schools also provide before-school care. Each school has different fees for the program, because some may offer enrichment activities. Check with your child’s individual school for more details.


CHARTER SCHOOLS


Academy of Business and Leadership Education, The....................................................826-1606 www.ableschool.org First Coast Technical College..............................824-4401 www.fctc.edu Therapeutic Learning Center ..............................824-8932


HOME EDUCATION For information on home schooling in St. Johns


County, contact Twila Powers at 547-7166 or twila.powers@st.johns.k12.fl.us.


PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY


Accotink Academy by the Sea ............................273-4267 www.accotinkacademybythesea.com Beacon of Hope Christian School ......................797-6996 www.lighthousechurchofgod.net Bolles School, The ..............................................285-4658 www.bolles.org Career Academies of St. Johns............................547-4870 www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/academies Cathedral Parish School......................................824-2861 www.thecathedralparishschool.org Matanzas Academy ............................................794-1623 www.matanzasacademy.com Palmer Catholic Academy ..................................543-8515 www.pcapvb.org San Juan Del Rio Catholic School......................287-8081 www.edline.net/pages/san_juan_del_rio_cs St. John’s Academy ............................................824-9224 www.stjohnsacademy.com


St. Johns Grammar School..................................287-8760 www.sjgs.net St. Joseph Academy Catholic High School ........824-0431 www.sjaweb.org Turning Point Christian Academy ......................824-0744 www.tpcalvary.com Victory Preparatory School ................................810-0535


PROGRAMS FOR LEARNING DIFFERENCES Parents of children with learning differences have the


option of a school that specializes in their child’s particular needs. If a parent is not satisfied with their student’s school they can transfer their child to another public or private school through the McKay Scholarship program.


Florida School for the Deaf & the Blind ....................................800-344-3732 www.fsdb.k12.fl.us


HIGHER EDUCATION


Flagler College ....................................................819-6400 www.flagler.edu University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences............................................800-241-1027 www.usa.edu


PUBLIC/STATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES


St. Johns River State College..............................808-7400 www.sjrstate.edu


BAKER COUNTY


AREA NEIGHBORHOOD MAP COLOR KEY (Please Visit Page 18) CLAY COUNTY


Fleming Island Green Cove Springs Keystone Heights Middleburg Orange Park


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DUVAL COUNTY Arlington/Ft. Caroline Beaches/Intracoastal Downtown/Riverfront Mandarin


Northside/Oceanway NASSAU COUNTY


Southside/Baymeadows Westside


Amelia Island/ Fernandina Beach Callahan Hilliard Yulee


ST. JOHNS COUNTY


Julington Creek Nocatee Ponte Vedra Beach St. Augustine World Golf Village


First Coast Relocation GuideTM 2013


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