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  • Alene Murrell, author and 1937 Stanton graduate, will speak in the auditorium at Stanton College Preparatory School on March 26, 2015, at 3:00 p.m. She will speak about her experiences at Stanton, growing up in Jacksonville, living for three years with Zora Neale Hurston, and living through the depression and World War II. Ms. Murrell has published Zora Neale Hurston: In and Around Jacksonville, Florida in the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s. She was a featured presenter at the 20th Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts. She was awarded a Jacksonville Proclamation in 2013, and a book award from the Jacksonville Historical Commission in 2014.

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  • Seniors: The Bright Futures Application is now open!  Please apply ASAP.  Here is the link to the application: Bright Futures Application
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  • Stanton Seniors-Swimming and Diving Team
     
    Swim/Dive Team
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  • Yearbooks are currently on sale in Rm. 220 or at www.yearbookordercenter.com.  The price is $80 with them going up to $85 in January. Make sure to get yours before they sell out!  If you wish to purchase a senior ad, click the link below to access that senior ad agreement.
     
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  • Congratulations to the Stanton Blue Devils who are this year’s Gateway Conference Champions in Girls Volleyball!  Congratulations to the students/athletes, coaches and Stanton fans!
     
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  • Important news is published often concerning scholarships, college visits, and summer programs for juniors, sophomores, and freshman. Check this regularly. Click here to access Stanton news.
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Welcome to Stanton College Preparatory School

The oldest continually operating high school in Florida draws from the rich community traditions of the past while reaching for a new tradition of advanced academic achievement. Stanton, built in the 1860′s was destroyed, rebuilt, moved, and changed from a comprehensive to vocational curricula. In 1981, Stanton College Preparatory School became the Duval County School System’first magnet school. Beginning with grades 7-10, and adding one grade level each succeeding year, the first senior class of 54 students graduated in 1984. Stanton College Preparatory School now serves secondary students living within the 841 square miles of the Duval County school district and leads the Duval County Public Schools in academic achievement. Stanton consistently ranks first in the county and in the top 3 in the state for the number of National Merit Semi-Finalists.

 

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