COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOLS

Information about Collier County Schools

Former Governor Jeb Bush declared, “The state of education in Florida is stronger than ever.” Southwest Florida schools truly are a testament to that statement. Area schools are among the best in the state when it comes to providing individual assistance to students. School curriculums offer a broad variety of subjects in an attempt to mold a well-rounded student.

Literally thousands of students attend class at more than 100 elementary, middle, and high schools around the area. Florida Gulf Coast University, Edison State College, Hodges University, Southwest Florida College, Rasmussen College and Ave Maria University are the area’s premier higher learning facilities. Each year, the universities provide a variety of challenging courses and varied majors.

Upon moving to Florida, students should be registered for school. Parents can call (239) 334-1102 to find out which school their children will be attending. Students in kindergarten and first grade must provide birth certificates. Proof of residency must be provided (i.e., Declaration of Domicile, proof that a home has been purchased, or living quarters have been leased), social security numbers,
a Certificate of Immunization, and proof of a physical examination within the previous year. Students do not need transcripts. The school will send for them.


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