Stuart Middle School is an “A” rated school located in northern Stuart Florida. Known as the home of the Jaguars, the Martin County middle school promotes ideals of respect, organization, appearance and responsibility for its 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. The student population is approximately 1,200.
Jensen Beach Elementary School is located in the heart of Jensen Beach Florida on NE Savannah Road. It is located about ½ mile south of NE Jensen Beach Boulevard. The elementary school opened its doors in 1974 and has about 600 students. Classes are offered from kindergarten through 5th grade.
The Florida Department of Education has given the Monroe County Public Schools an “A” district grade since 2006. The Monroe County School district’s motto is “Student Success . . . Whatever it Takes!” More then 8,300 students attend 20 public schools throughout Monroe County in the Florida Keys.
St Lucie County
This is a map of St Lucie County Schools in the immediate Port St Lucie area, the most populated section of the county.
A Hands-on learning experience for Martin County school children from kindergarten to 7th graders. Operated by the Martin County School District, students learn first hand how to respect the environment by observing and interacting with crabs, worms, a nurse shark, a grouper and more.
Jensen Beach High opened in August of 2004. It is the third high school in Martin County and located on the north side of the county.
Martin County has the best schools in the State of Florida. In 2007 every school in Martin County was rated A for excellence in academics and programs. From elementary schools to high schools Martin County has great public schools.
Palm City Elementary School is an A rated school for nine years in a row as of 2008. The school provides classes to about 900 students from Kindergarten to fifth (5th) grade. The school is located off Mapp Road at 34th street in Palm City.
Martin County High School: A Tradition of Excellence - A+ in Academics, Athletics, Arts and Activities.
While Gainesville is famous for the University of Florida the public schools are about average for the State of Florida. The result is that some parents who can afford it put their children in private schools.