List of schools in Hillsborough County, Florida

This is a list of schools in Hillsborough County, Florida

Public High schools

Note:High schools are grades 9-12 unless otherwise noted

Middle schools

Note:Middle Schools are grades 6-8 unless otherwise noted.

  • Tomlin Middle School
  • Louis Benito Middle School
  • Pete Davidsen Middle School
  • Angelo L. Greco Middle School
  • Ben Hill Middle School
  • John Quincy Adams Middle School
  • James Buchanan Middle School
  • William G. Pierce Middle School (6th-9th grade)
  • Memorial Middle School
  • Sligh Middle Magnet School
  • D.W. Webb Middle School
  • Dowdell Middle Magnet School
  • Eisenhower Middle School
  • Roland Park Middle School
  • Dr. John A. Coleman Middle School
  • Martin Van Buren Middle School
  • James Madison Middle School
  • Progress Village Middle Magnet School
  • Terrace Community Middle School (Charter)
  • Dr. R. Reche Williams Middle Magnet School
  • Nathan B. Young Middle Magnet School
  • Benjamin Franklin Middle Magnet School
  • Andrew J. Ferrell Middle Magnet School
  • James Monroe Middle School
  • Williams International Baccalaureate School
  • Woodrow Wilson Middle School
  • Garland V. Stewart Middle Magnet School
  • Orange Grove Middle Magnet School
  • Hillsborough Academy (5th-8th grade)
  • Liberty Middle School

Elementary schools

  • MacFarlane Park International Baccalaureate School
  • Westchase Elementary School
  • Alafia Elementary School
  • Symmes Elementary School
  • Summerfield Elementary School
  • Chiles Elementary School
  • Tampa Palms Elementary School
  • Davis Elemenatry School
  • Cimino Elementary School
  • Crestwood Elementary School
  • Claywell Elementary School
  • Essrig Elementary School
  • Limona Elementary School
  • Boyette Springs Elementary School
  • Egypt Lake Elementary School
  • Dale Mabry Elementary School
  • Pride Elementary School
  • Forest Hills Elementary School
  • Dunbar Magnet School
  • Gorrie Elementary School
  • Mitchell Elementary School
  • Oak Grove Elementary School
  • Lee Magnet School
  • Roosevelt Elementary School
  • West Shore Elementary School
  • Walden Lake Elementary School
  • Lake Magdalene Elementary

Charter Schools

  • Anderson Elementary Academy
  • Carl Sagan Academy
  • Hope Preparatory Academy
  • Kid’s Community College
  • Learning Gate Community School
  • Literacy/Leadership/Technology Academy
  • Metropolitan Ministries
  • Mount Pleasant Standard-Based Middle School
  • Pepin Academy of Tampa
  • Pivot Charter
  • Prince Academy
  • Quest Middle School
  • Re-birth Academy
  • RCMA Wimauma Academy
  • Richardson Montessori Academy
  • Tampa Bay Academy
  • Tampa Charter School
  • Tampa Transitional School of Excellence
  • Terrace Community Middle School
  • Trinity School for Children
  • USF/Patel
  • USF/Patel Intermediate
  • Village of Excellence
  • Walton Academy of the Performing Arts

Private schools

  • Carrollwood Day School (PreK-12)
  • Berkeley Preparatory School (Tampa) K-12
  • Cambridge Christian School k-12
  • Tampa Catholic High School (9-12)
  • Jesuit High School of Tampa (9-12)
  • Tampa Preparatory School (6-12)
  • Academic Achievement Center(Seffner) 4-12
  • American Youth Academy (PreK-12)
  • Bayshore Christian School (PreK-12)
  • Baylife Academy(seffner) k-10
  • Bell Shoals Baptist Academy(Valrcio) (PreK-8)
  • Brandon Academy(Brandon)
  • Brandon Christian Community School(Brandon) 1-6
  • Center Academy(Riverview) 4-12
  • Central Baptist(Brandon) k-12
  • Citrus Park Christian School (PreK-12)
  • Christ the King Catholic School (PreK-8)
  • Legacy Christian Academy(Seffner) k-12
  • East Bay Christian School(Riverview)
  • Faith Baptist Academy(Brandon)
  • Families Instructing Students at Home(F.I.S.H)
  • First Baptist Christian School(Gibsonton)
  • First Baptist Christian Academy(Brandon)
  • Florida College Academy(Temple Terrace)
  • Foundation Christian Academy(Valrico)
  • Grace Christian School(Valrico)
  • Hillsborough Baptist School(Seffner)
  • Immanuel Lutheran School(Valrico)
  • Lighthouse Center for Creative Learning
  • Kings Avenue Christian School
  • Monet's Pond Montessori(Riverview) k-2
  • Nativity Christian School(Brandon)
  • New Jerusalem Christian Academy(Seffner)
  • Progress Village Christian Academy k-4
  • Providence Christian School(Riverview)
  • Riverview Montessori(Riverview)k-2
  • Ruskin Christian School(Ruskin) k-12
  • Seffner Christian Academy(Seffner)
  • St. Mary's Episcopal Day School (PreK-8)
  • St. Stephen Catholic School(Lithia)
  • Tropical Acres Christian Academy(Riverview)
  • Tampa Baptist Academy (PreK-12)
  • Tampa Christian Academy
  • Tampa Bay Academy
  • Academy of the Holy Names (9-12)
  • The Paideia School of Tampa Bay (K-12)
  • St. peter claver catholic school school (preK-8)
  • Lee Academy for Gifted Education (PreK-12)

Colleges and universities

Universities

Colleges

Sources

  • http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/schools/
  • http://www.homes101.net/florida-schools/hillsborough-county-school-district-d5837/
  • http://www.privateschoolreview.com/county_high_schools/stateid/FL/county/12057
  • http://www.greatschools.net/cgi-bin/fl/private/6800
  • http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/charter/pdf/charterschools.pdf


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