|St. Lucie Public Schools utilize an open-enrollment system where parents select from among a variety of schools close to where they live.|
Parents have the assurance that their student will remain in that school through the highest grade offered unless the parent voluntarily chooses a different school.
Because selecting a school for your child is an important decision, our professional staff is available to discuss your options and assist you through the application process. Please contact us at (772) 429-3930.
6 - 12 Schools
K-12 Virtual Schools
Mosaic Digital Academy Virtual School (K-12) is a self-selecting, student-parent choice program for kindergarten through grade 12 students whose primary residence is St. Lucie, Martin, or Okeechobee county. The virtual instruction program was established in 2009 in accordance with Florida Statute 1002.45, in order to provide students with high quality, full-time instruction in an on-line environment. The program provides part-time and full-time virtual school opportunities for grades 6-12, and full-time virtual school for grades K-5.
This progressive choice program provides expanded educational services to a wider student community for anywhere, anytime learning via Internet instruction along with traditional teaching materials. Instructors are local and meet the State of Florida Department of Education certification and requirements for highly qualified teachers. County-wide
(PBPA) is a unique non-traditional school that uses a performance based learning track allowing students to earn high school credits at their individual learning pace towards the acquisition of a Standard High School Diploma. It is a school that offers you options for completing your high school diploma requirements. Find out more about whether PBPA is right for you by visiting our website or calling (772) 468-5880. County-wide
Magnet Schools are schools with attractor programs. Magnet Schools offer unique programs and are committed to academic excellence. Parents may apply for magnet school any time after their child receives a social security number. Magnet School Applications are only available at the Student Assignment Office. Students are assigned according to the date of application.
Fairlawn Elementary (K-5) is a traditional academic, multicultural magnet school. It has a progressive academic program of the highest quality and fosters an environment that prepares students to become productive citizens. Blue Zone and Green Zone
Fort Pierce Magnet School of the Arts (K-8) is unique arts magnet school which interweaves traditional academics with an arts curriculum that features Music, Art, Dance and Drama. The interdisciplinary approach allows students to take an active part in learning, with the opportunity to create, recreate and make their own observations. County-wide
F. K. Sweet Elementary (K-5) is a traditional academic, multicultural magnet school. They are committed to empowering all students with a positive self-image, knowledge and the confidence to strive for excellence. Red Zone and Green Zone
Lincoln Park Academy (6-12) is a high achieving public academic school that attracts students to Ft. Pierce, Florida from all over St. Lucie County. It is a school where students and adults share a commitment to academic excellence and civil behavior is infused with an aura of high expectations. County-wide
Village Green Environmental Studies School (K-5) is designed to provide students with an after-school program of activities which enhance their educational experiences. These activities have been developed to meet the varying needs of our student population and are not merely an extension of the regular school day. Rather they offer a creative, flexible approach to the developmental needs of children in these areas: academics, cultural awareness, social skills and physical development. The extended day is an opportunity to extend each child’s horizon. County-wide
Charter schools are public schools of choice. Charter schools are publicly funded elementary or secondary schools that have been freed from some of the rules, regulations, and statues that apply to other public schools in exchange for some type of accountability for producing certain results, which are set forth in each school’s charter. Charter schools are largely free to innovate, and often provide more effective programs and choice to diverse groups of students.
For more information: https://www.floridaschoolchoice.org/information/charter_schools/faqs.asp
- Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition
Debra Snyder, Principal
FAU/SLCSB Charter School K-8
10680 SW Academic Way
Port St. Lucie, FL 34987
- Imagine Schools-Nau Campus
John P. Drag, Principal
4402 SW Yamada Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34953
- Renaissance Charter K-8
Dr. Chandra Glenn-Phillips, Principal
300 NW Cashmere Boulevard
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
- Renaissance Charter School at Tradition
10900 SW Tradition Pkwy
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
- College Preparatory Academy of the Treasure Coast
Erika Rains, Principal
501 NW University Blvd, Building SL, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986