Largest Florida Public Elementary Schools

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(4003)
All
(4003)
 
High
(1160)
High
(1160)
 
Middle
(1544)
Middle
(1544)
 
Elementary
(3314)
Elementary
(3314)
 
Pre-K
(1862)
Pre-K
(1862)
 
  • The public elementary school in Florida has approximately average 610 students (2020).
  • The public elementary schools with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest public elementary school in Florida (by enrollment) is Flvs Full-time 6-12 with 4,364 students.

Largest Florida Public Elementary Schools (2020)

  • School # Students Grades Location
  • 1.
    Flvs Full-time 6-12Rank: #1
    Students: 4,364
    Grades: 6-122145 Metrocenter Blvd Ste 200
    OrlandoFL 32835
    (800)374-1430

  • 2.
    Villages Charter SchoolRank: #2
    Charter School
    Students: 3,210
    Grades: PK-12350 Tatonka Terrace
    The VillagesFL 32162
    (352)259-2350

  • 3.
    Flvs Full Time K-5Rank: #3
    Students: 2,384
    Grades: K-85401 S Kirkman Rd Ste 550
    OrlandoFL 32819
    (407)857-6588

  • 4.
    Falcon Cove Middle SchoolRank: #4
    Students: 2,267
    Grades: 6-84251 Bonaventure Blvd
    Fort LauderdaleFL 33332
    (754)323-3200

  • 5.
    Bridgewater Middle SchoolRank: #5
    Students: 2,253
    Grades: 6-85600 Tiny Rd
    Winter GardenFL 34787
    (407)905-3710

  • 6.
    Dillard 6-12Rank: #6
    Magnet School
    Students: 2,212
    Grades: 6-122501 Nw 11th St
    Fort LauderdaleFL 33311
    (754)322-0800

  • 7. Students: 2,174
    Grades: PK-8201 182nd Dr
    North Miami BeachFL 33160
    (305)933-6161

  • 8.
    Aventura Waterways K-8 CenterRank: #8
    Students: 2,134
    Grades: PK-821101 Ne 26th Ave
    MiamiFL 33180
    (305)933-5200

  • 9.
    City/pembroke Pines Charter High SchoolRank: #9
    Charter School
    Students: 2,079
    Grades: 6-1217189 Sheridan St
    Fort LauderdaleFL 33331
    (954)538-3700

  • 10.
    Manatee School For The ArtsRank: #10
    Charter School
    Students: 2,066
    Grades: 6-12700 Haben Blvd
    PalmettoFL 34221
    (941)721-6800

  • 11.
    Lyons Creek Middle SchoolRank: #11
    Students: 1,984
    Grades: 6-84333 Sol Press Blvd
    Pompano BeachFL 33073
    (754)322-3700

  • 12.
    Pine View SchoolRank: #12
    Special Education School
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,967
    Grades: 2-121 Python Path
    OspreyFL 34229
    (941)486-2001

  • 13.
    Turner-bartels K-8 SchoolRank: #13
    Students: 1,934
    Grades: PK-89190 Imperial Oak Blvd
    TampaFL 33647
    (813)907-9066

  • 14.
    City Of Pembroke Pines CharterRank: #14
    Charter School
    Students: 1,928
    Grades: K-510801 Pembroke Rd
    HollywoodFL 33025
    (954)450-6990

  • 15.-16.
    Indian Ridge Middle SchoolRank: #15-16
    Students: 1,888
    Grades: 6-81355 S Nob Hill Rd
    Fort LauderdaleFL 33324
    (754)323-3300

  • 15.-16.
    Keys Gate Charter SchoolRank: #15-16
    Charter School
    Students: 1,888
    Grades: K-82325 Se 28th Ave
    HomesteadFL 33035
    (786)272-9600

  • 17.
    Citrus Ridge A Civics AcademyRank: #17
    Students: 1,879
    Grades: PK-81775 Sand Mine Rd
    DavenportFL 33897
    (863)259-4001

  • 18.-19. Students: 1,836
    Grades: PK-8955 Se 18th Ave
    HomesteadFL 33035
    (305)257-6000

  • 18.-19.
    John I. Smith K-8 CenterRank: #18-19
    Students: 1,836
    Grades: PK-810415 Nw 52nd St
    MiamiFL 33178
    (305)406-0220

  • 20.
    Jorge Mas Canosa Middle SchoolRank: #20
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,777
    Grades: 6-815735 Sw 144th St
    MiamiFL 33196
    (305)252-5900

  • 21.
    Westglades Middle SchoolRank: #21
    Students: 1,771
    Grades: 6-811000 Holmberg Rd
    Pompano BeachFL 33076
    (754)322-4800

  • 22.
    Miami Arts CharterRank: #22
    Charter School
    Students: 1,761
    Grades: 6-1295 Nw 23rd St
    MiamiFL 33127
    (305)763-6257

  • 23.
    Lincoln Park AcademyRank: #23
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,747
    Grades: 6-121806 Avenue I
    Fort PierceFL 34950
    (772)468-5474

  • 24.
    Eugenia B. Thomas K-8 CenterRank: #24
    Students: 1,738
    Grades: PK-85950 Nw 114th Ave
    MiamiFL 33178
    (305)592-7914

  • 25.
    Hialeah Gardens Middle SchoolRank: #25
    Students: 1,735
    Grades: 6-811690 Nw 92nd Ave
    HialeahFL 33018
    (305)817-0017

  • 26.
    Florida State University SchoolRank: #26
    Charter School
    Students: 1,726
    Grades: K-123000 School House Rd
    TallahasseeFL 32311
    (850)245-3700

  • 27.
    Bob Graham Education CenterRank: #27
    Students: 1,699
    Grades: PK-815901 Nw 79th Ave
    HialeahFL 33016
    (305)557-3303

  • 28.
    River Ridge High SchoolRank: #28
    Students: 1,684
    Grades: 6-1211646 Town Center Rd
    New Port RicheyFL 34654
    (727)774-7200

  • 29.
    City Of Coral Springs CharterRank: #29
    Charter School
    Students: 1,676
    Grades: 6-123205 N University Dr
    Coral SpringsFL 33065
    (954)340-4100

  • 30.
    Cypress Creek Middle/High SchoolRank: #30
    Students: 1,663
    Grades: 6-1287001 Old Pasco Rd
    Wesley ChapelFL 33544
    (813)346-4400

  • 31.
    Westside K-8 SchoolRank: #31
    Students: 1,661
    Grades: PK-82551 Westside Blvd
    KissimmeeFL 34747
    (407)390-1748

  • 32.
    Explorer K-8Rank: #32
    Students: 1,660
    Grades: PK-810252 Northcliffe Blvd
    Spring HillFL 34608
    (352)797-7094

  • 33.
    Veterans Park Academy For The ArtsRank: #33
    Students: 1,655
    Grades: PK-849 Homestead Rd S
    Lehigh AcresFL 33936
    (239)303-3003

  • 34.
    Palm Springs Middle SchoolRank: #34
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,643
    Grades: 6-81560 Kirk Rd
    West Palm BeachFL 33406
    (561)434-3300

  • 35.
    Seven Springs Middle SchoolRank: #35
    Students: 1,638
    Grades: 6-82441 Little Rd
    New Port RicheyFL 34655
    (727)774-6700

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