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Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) is one of the top-ranked public school districts in the state of Florida. With approximately 48,00 students in grades PK, and K-12, the District has a 92.2% graduation rate and outperformed the state in 95% of all assessed areas. The District encompasses 29 elementary schools, 10 middle schools, 8 high schools and a PreK-12 school while maintaining an average student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1.
In addition to championship athletic programs in high school football, soccer, swimming, track and field, golf, volleyball, softball, and basketball, the area's high school marching bands also excelled. The award-winning high school bands participated in the 2017 Presidential Inaugural Parade as well as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, among other signature events. CCPS offers art and music at all levels, including band, orchestra, and chorus. Entrepreneurship and engineering are also part of the curriculum at every middle and high school with the opportunity to participate in STEAM competitions districtwide.
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Collier County Private Schools
Community School of Naples
The Community School of Naples (CSN) is an independent, PreK-12 college preparatory day school launched in 1982. Today CSN houses more than 800 students in a $40 million, 77-acre campus with 21 buildings including athletics fields and a swimming pool. 100% of CSN graduates attend four-year colleges and universities based on a rigorous academic curriculum with opportunities to participate in athletics and the arts.
First Baptist Academy of Naples
The First Baptist Academy of Naples or FBA, combines academic excellence with a focus on Christian education and biblical worldview in preschool K3 though 12th grade The school enrolls close to 700 students on a 94-acre campus that includes a library, cafeteria, NCAA-sized gymnasium, computer labs, media room, and more than 40 academic classrooms. FBA boasts a 98.8% college acceptance rate.
Mason Classical Academy
Mason Classical Academy (MCA) is a public charter school open to all students living in Collier County, Florida. Founded in 2014 as a K-6 school, MCA grew to a K-12 school within three years and is now the highest-rated school in Collier County, earning 85% of possible points. The school relies on the Socratic method throughout upper school classrooms with all students required to take Latin, starting in 7th grade. To graduate MCA, students must prepare, deliver, and defend a 20-page senior thesis on a topic of fundamental importance in the western tradition. Outside of its rigorous academic curriculum, the school extracurricular offerings range from basketball, volleyball, fencing, soccer, cross-country, track and field to Scholar Bowl and programs in performing fine arts and music.
Naples Christian Academy
Naples Christian Academy serves PK to eighth grade in a faith-based private school. The curriculum includes academics, athletics, community service, and missionary outreach with a focus on a multi-denominational education. With just 139 students, Naples Christian Academy maintains an enviable student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1. It is dually accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and AdvancEd.
Naples Classical Academy
Naples Classical Academy is a new K-12 charter school, opening its doors in 2021. Located on the former Fogg’s Nursery site, the $20-million campus features a 2-story 70,000 sf state-of-the art facility with sports and recreational fields as well as a 14,000 sf gymnasium. The curriculum includes grammar, classic literature and the Socratic method of instruction. Students study Spanish, beginning in Kindergarten, and Latin starting in six grade. In addition to core academic competencies, the high school curriculum incorporates government, economics, and moral philosophy.
Seacrest Country Day School
Seacrest Country Day School is an independent school serving approximately 350 students from PK and K-12. The School’s philosophy is to encourage students to be intellectual risk-takers, creative thinkers, and responsible members of their community. The school is situated on a 40-acre campus and encourages athletic participation with 32 different teams across ten sports. The average teacher-to-student ratio is 6:1with 100% of students going on to attend a 4-year college. The school is also an established launching pad for many athletes moving on to successful college athletic careers.
St. John Neumann
St. John Neumann Catholic High School (abbreviated SJN) is a private, Catholic high school with 278 students in grades 9-12. The highly rated school offers small class sizes with a student-teacher ratio of 8 to 1. SJN’s learning environment focuses on providing a rigorous, college preparatory education rooted in Gospel values and the educational philosophy of St. John Bosco known for bring the Gospel of Jesus to young people. The school offers a variety of clubs and extracurriculars as well as 11 different athletic teams ranging from golf, volleyball, swimming, track and field, basketball, soccer and other endeavors. After graduation, 100% of students go on to attend a 4-year college.
The Village School
The Village School offers a faith-based learning environment for its 505 students in grades PK-11. Classes are small with a student-teacher ratio of 5-1. A STEAM-based curriculum based on Whole Brain research and supported by Christ skills gives students a solid foundation for college and beyond. Students can also engage in a variety of clubs, athletic teams, student leadership and service learning opportunities.