Florida Treasure Coast EducationFlorida Treasure Coast Education

The focus of Treasure Coast Schools is on achieving excellence. St. Lucie County's mission is to enable all students to graduate from safe, caring schools equipped with knowledge, skills and the desire to succeed.

Already comprised of some of the best schools in the state, the fast growing educational institutions on the Treasure Coast are striving to give students access to programs from early education through post graduate level in both public and private settings.

In St. Lucie County, the entire community has made student performance their priority and the Superintendent of Schools, Michael Lannon, is leading the way.

The school district recently reorganized attendance zones in order to facilitate students attending schools closer to home. As a results of the new zones, the number of students who live 2 miles or less from their assigned school has doubled.

St. Lucie County now uses the zone system to assign students to schools and student performance continues to improve Increasing percentages of students are in Honors, Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment and the International Baccalaureate Programs. There are a growing number of grads continuing to pursue post secondary education. The unique Magnet School concept attracts parents and students by offering special programs and requirements. Lincoln Park Academy is the top achieving high school in St. Lucie County and was named to the Challenge Index compiled by the Washington Post and Newsweek Magazine in 2003. In 2005, White City Elementary and Garden City Elementary were chosen among the top 100 Schools in the State for remarkable year-to-year progress in school grades.

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A large number of private schools are located throughout the Treasure Coast including religious based programs, Montessori and a very active network for home schooling.

Helping students prepare for the world of work through vocational programs as well as advanced education, Indian River Community College is a top performer among the state's 28 community colleges. It maintains campuses in the four county area. The new Technology Development and Training Center is designed to work with students and provide businesses with technical support.

Florida Atlantic University and Barry University are located in St. Lucie County. Local campuses allow students to complete a four year degree, pursue an advanced degree and provide ongoing continuing education and training without leaving home.

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