Duval County Public Schools at a Glance
The goal of Duval County Public Schools is to provide a safe and high-quality education to the students who rely on services each day. The fulfillment of this goal is essential because the level of educational opportunities provided to the students of our school district tremendously affect the success and vitality of the Northeast Florida community. Duval County’s fundamental purpose is to provide all of its students the educational tools necessary to become productive members of our community.
Recent indicators show that Duval County is moving forward and has achieved steady academic gains. This progress is a direct result of our comprehensive efforts to improve accountability and implement standards-based education.
As the 19th largest school district in the nation, Duval County serves approximately 130,000 students. It is the second largest employer in Jacksonville with approximately 8,000 teachers and a similar number of support staff at 105 elementary schools, 28 middle schools, 17 high schools, two academies of technology, three exceptional student centers, five alternative schools, and five charter schools.
For more information about Duval County Public Schools, call (904) 390-2126.
Duval County Public Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 183
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