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The Online Application Window for Students Entering Grades K through 5 in the 2015-2016 School Year is Approaching!
If you are wanting to submit an online application to attend one of our elementary schools for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year, you are in the right place, AND it's the right time. The online application window for incoming Kindergarten through 5th graders is February 2, 2015 through March 13, 2015.
Click the APPLY NOW button to go to submit your application today!
Geographical Zoning Choices for Elementary Schools
In an effort to provide parents with more options for their elementary school students, the Office of School Choice allows parents to choose to send their students to another school within a shared geographical zone. Grouping our district's elementary schools into these zones enables our transportation department to still meet the needs of most families. If a parent requests to send a student to a different elementary school within the same zone, the district provides a bus transportation option for the student on a space available basis.
To explore this option, first find your residentially zoned school, based upon your current residential address (click here). Then review the Geographical Zoning chart below to determine which elementary schools are within your zone.
|Zone 1||Zone 2||Zone 3||Zone 4|
|Blue Angels ES||Myrtle Grove ES||Bellview ES||Cordova Park ES|
|Hellen Caro ES||Pleasant Grove ES||Brentwood ES||A.K. Suter ES|
|Navy Point ES||Sherwood ES||Global Learning Academy||O.J. Semmes ES|
|Warrington ES||Oakcrest ES|
|West Pensacola ES|
|Zone 5||Zone 6||Zone 7||Zone 8|
|Beulah ES||Ensley ES||Ferry Pass ES||Bratt ES|
|Longleaf ES||Lincoln Park Primary||Holm ES||
Molino Park ES
|Montclair ES||Lipscomb ES||Scenic Heights ES|
|McArthur ES||C.A. Weis ES|
|Pine Meadow ES|
|Jim Allen ES|
Highlighted schools above are currently on the Escambia County School District's Overcapacity list.
Meet the High School Online Course Requirement
Beginning with students entering grade 9 in the 2011-2012 school year, at least one course for high school credit must be completed through online learning. Escambia County offers three ways to meet the online high school course requirement. Click the icon below for a list of courses offered in each platform. Talk to your high school counselor for more information.