school information overview
Duval County Public
Schools consist of more than 160 schools throughout the
Jacksonville metropolitan area. The district is divided
into four clusters: two elementary clusters, one high
school cluster, and one Superintendent's Standard Bearer
and Acceleration Schools cluster. There are 105
elementary schools, 28
middle schools, and 19
high schools. In addition, there are four
alternative schools, and three
exceptional student centers.
Duval County Public Schools, and all of the schools under its jurisdiction, has earned accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. As one of the nation's largest public school districts, Duval County serves approximately 130,000 students.