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Fort Pierce Central High School

This is a list of high schools in the U.S. state of Florida.


Alachua County

Baker County

Bay County

Bradford County

  • Bradford High School, Starke

Brevard County

Broward County




Calhoun County

Charlotte County

Citrus County



Clay County

Collier County

Columbia County

Desoto County

  • Desoto High School, Arcadia
  • Heritage Baptist Academy, Arcadia
  • Life Christian Academy, Arcadia
  • Peace River Valley Church Academy, Arcadia

Dixie County

Duval County




  • Grand Park Center, Jacksonville
  • Marine Science Education Center, Atlantic Beach


  • School for Integrated Academics and Technology
  • SOS Academy Charter Middle/High School
  • Wayman Academy of the Arts
  • Pathways Academy
  • River City Science Academy


Escambia County

Flagler County

Franklin County

Gadsden County

Gilchrist County

Glades County

Gulf County

Hamilton County

  • Corinth Christian Academy, Jasper
  • Hamilton County High School, Jasper

Hardee County

Hendry County

Hernando County

Highlands County

  • Avon Park High School, Avon Park
  • Heartland Christian School, Sebring
  • Lake Placid High School, Lake Placid
  • Sebring High School, Sebring
  • Walker Memorial Academy, Avon Park

Hillsborough County

Holmes County

Indian River County

Jackson County

Jefferson County

  • Aucilla Christian Academy, Monticello
  • Jefferson County High School, Monticello

Lafayette County

  • Lafayette High School, Mayo
  • Lighthouse Christian School, Mayo

Lake County



  • Alee Academy Charter, Umatilla
  • The Villages Charter High School, The Villages

Lee County


  • Gateway Charter High School, Fort Myers
  • Oasis Charter High School, Cape Coral
  • Pivot Charter High School, Fort Myers


Leon County

Christ Classical Academy School, Tallahassee

Levy County

Liberty County

Madison County

  • Madison County High School, Madison

Manatee County

Private Schools

Marion County



Martin County



Miami-Dade County





  • Academy of Arts & Minds, Miami
  • Archimedean Upper Conservatory, Miami
  • Corporate Academy North, Miami
  • Corporate Academy South, Miami
  • Doctors Charter School of Miami Shores, Miami Shores
  • Doral Academy High School, Doral
  • Doral Performing Arts & Entertainment Academy, Doral
  • International Studies Charter High School, Miami
  • Life Skills Center Miami-Dade County, Miami
  • Mater Academy East High School, Miami
  • Mater Academy Charter High School, Miami
  • Mater Performing Arts & Entertainment Academy, Miami
  • Miami Arts Charter School, Miami
  • School for Integrated Academics & Technologies (SIATech), Miami
  • Somerset Academy Charter High School, Miami
  • Transitional Learning Academy, Miami

Monroe County

Nassau County

Okaloosa County

Okeechobee County

Orange County


Osceola County

Palm Beach County

Pasco County

Pinellas County

Polk County

Putnam County

St. Johns County




St. Lucie County

Public Schools

Private Schools

Santa Rosa County

Sarasota County

Private schools

Charter schools

  • Sarasota Military Academy

Seminole County


Sumter County

Suwannee County

Taylor County

  • Taylor County Area Vocational-Technical & General School, Perry
  • Taylor County High School, Perry

Union County

Volusia County

Wakulla County

Walton County

  • Freeport High School, Freeport
  • Walton Career Development Center, DeFuniak Springs
  • Walton Senior High School, DeFuniak Springs
  • South Walton High School, Santa Rosa Beach

Washington County

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