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Whether you are choosing a school for the first time for your child or your child is making the transition to a new school, you probably have many questions. What are your options? How much choice do you really have? What’s the best option for your child and your family? Where should you begin?

School choice options available to parents have increased dramatically in recent years. There’s a growing national sentiment that promoting competition in public education may spur schools to improve and that parents who invest energy in choosing a school will continue to be involved in their child’s education.

Think about your child’s needs and your family’s needs. Consider the personality of your child. A quiet child might fare better in a smaller school or a school with small class size. If you have a budding musician or scientist, you’ll want to look for a school that has programs in these areas.

Florida Department of Education offers directories of schools and colleges by district and name along with press releases, publications, statistics, and employment opportunities.

Florida Schools – Elementary, Middle and High school information – is your objective source of school information on elementary, middle and high schools

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