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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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13 VISITPERDIDO.COM Education. Adventure. Opportunity. : PENSACOLA STATE COLLEGE IS THE AREA'S OLDEST UNIVERSITY The Perdido and Pensacola area have a number of schools ranging from Pre-K to college; therefore, in this breakdown of schools, only a small number will be featured in order to give an overview of the area. Please visit for a full list and detailed information of all Escambia County schools. There are two middle schools near Perdido Key: Jim C. Bailey Middle School and Warrington Middle School. Bailey Middle School (4110 Bauer Rd., Pensacola, FL 32506) enrolls about 1,500 students from 6th-8th grade. With about 90 full-time teachers, their student to teacher ratio is approximately 17:1. Bailey offers its students a variety of extracurricular activities; these include, but are not limited to, basketball, swimming, diving, and volleyball. Secondly, there is Warrington Middle School located at 450 S. Old Corry Field Rd., Pensacola, FL 32507. Its enrollment is smaller than that of Bailey, with just under 700 students from 6th-8th grade. Its student to teacher ratio is 18:1, with approximately 40 full time teachers. Students at Warrington Middle school have a number of sporting and after school activities, such as basketball, cheerleading, swimming, track and field. Escambia High School and Pensacola High School are the closest in proximity to Perdido Key. Escambia County High School (1310 N. 65th Ave., Pensacola, FL 32506) has approximately 1,700 students with 94 teachers, making their student to teacher ratio 19:1. Since it is quite large, they offer a wide variety of activities including cross country, baseball, lacrosse, soccer, girls : SOUTHWEST BRANCH LIBRARY

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