Duval County Public Schools is the 20th largest school district in the nation and the sixth largest school district in Florida. The district is committed to ensuring that students are prepared for success in college or a career, and life. In addition, the district will make sure its mission of providing educational excellence is reflected in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day.
Number of Schools: 198Elementary - 99K - 6th Grade - 3K-8th grade - 2Middle - 24
6-12 School - 2High - 19Exceptional Schools - 6Virtual School - 1
Alternative Schools -7Charter Schools - 35
Student Enrollment: 128,702Elementary - 56,668K-6th grade - 282K-8th grade - 1,843Middle - 21,138
6-12 School - 2,302High - 30,455Exceptional Schools - 1,441Virtual School - 303
Alternative Schools -2,319Charter Schools - 11,951
Graduation Rate: 78.8% (Federal Formula)Dropout Rate: 5.3%Student EthnicityAfrican American- 44%Caucasian - 36%Hispanic - 10%Multiracial - 5%Asian - 4%American Indian/Alaskan Native - <1%Number of Employees:Full time staff: 11,876 (8,284 teachers)Part time staff: 1,237