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School Search: Getting an early start on 2018

School Search 2018 [Ron Borresen | Times]

School Search 2018 [Ron Borresen | Times]

While it may seem like the school year just started, local school districts are starting to unveil their choice options for next year. For students entering kindergarten, middle or high school in August 2018 — or for families who simply want to explore options beyond their regular zoned school — it's time to start researching magnets, academies and other special programs.

Charter schools and private schools soon will be courting families as well. Our annual School Search section aims to help families throughout the Tampa Bay area sort through the process, see their choices and keep track of key dates. Click on the stories and listings below:

The mission of School Search expands

For those seeking another school, Florida offers several routes

HILLSBOROUGH

School district choice programs

Charter schools

The Catholic school system

Private schools

Dates to remember

District choice website

PINELLAS

School district choice programs

Charter schools

The Catholic school system

Private schools

Dates to remember

District choice website

PASCO

School district choice programs

Charter schools

Private schools

Dates to remember

District choice website

HERNANDO

School district choice programs, charter schools and private schools

Dates to remember

District choice website

School Search: Getting an early start on 2018 10/27/17 [Last modified: Friday, October 27, 2017 2:13pm]
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