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You have the right and the responsibility to select the appropriate school to meet your child’s learning needs. No one knows your child's special traits, needs, strengths and weaknesses better than you. If you are considering a private school for your child, it is important for you to know some of the fundamental differences between private and public school in Florida.

  • Private elementary and secondary schools are not licensed, approved, accredited or regulated by the Department of Education.

  • Florida's private schools issue independent school diplomas that do not require approval from the state of Florida.

  • Florida private schools establish their own system of school accountability, grading, reporting, and evaluating and are not included in the state's measurement of public schools.

  • Private elementary and secondary schools are structured as private corporations, churches or private businesses that only report directory information and the enrollment of compulsory attendance aged students to the Department of Education.

  • Private schools are not subject to school definitions and requirements specified in education statutes and they are not under the jurisdiction of the Department of Education.                                                                                (

30A Learning Academy provides a motivating academic environment that inspires each student to do their individual best, by using individualized instruction, project-based learning, online and hands-on learning to create a learning environment like no other... while empowering students to become confident, intellectual risk takers free to discover and cultivate their creative potential. Offering After School Tutoring, Adventure Camps, Music, Art and More!

CRA offers a unique and positive learning opportunity for students in Pre-K through 6th grade, using a blend of hands-on curriculum and a traditional curriculum that allows for a multi-sensory approach to learning by using the CRA method: Creativity, Responsibility and Academics.

Gateway Academy’s purpose is to create a safe, loving, and disciplined environment where your child is able to learn, play, and develop lasting relationships, while teaching your children to grow in wisdom and in knowledge as they walk toward the plans God has for them.  

Ohana's vision is to provide a personalized learning path that truly transforms education by discovering individual talents in an environment where students want to learn and where they can naturally discover their true passion as a life path. Ohana's mission is to respect the individual needs of all students, foster a caring and creative environment and use innovative technology to deliver an experiential, student-centered blended education model.

RBCS is committed to providing a Christian education and fostering a student culture in which every student knows Christ by having faculty and staff model the love of Christ for our students in the hope that they will learn to love and serve Him and love and serve one another.

Private, Non-Profit Elementary School for ages 3 years old through 6th grade, providing a broad range of individualized, educational and therapeutic opportunities for children and families with Autism and related disabilities as well as typically and advanced developing children. 

SWMS is designed to nurture development through creative discovery and interaction with teachers, peers and materials, using curriculum that fosters intellectual, physical, social and emotional development that prepares its students to be global citizens. Located in Santa Rosa Beach, it follows the standards set forth by the American Montessori Society.

The Tree House, a Montessori school at Christ the King Episcopal Church, provides preschool and kindergarten programs. The Tree House is dedicated to fostering the healthy spiritual and academic development of each and every child and look forward to connecting with you and your family.

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