SBBC

Portfolio Management
Demographics & Student Assignments

Jill Young - Director
Phone: (754) 321-2480
Fax: (754) 321-2489
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School boundary: students shall attend the school in the geographical boundary in which the parent(s) reside, unless other School Board policies apply. In accordance with School Board Policy 5.1, any parent who submits fraudulent documentation to register a student gives cause for such student to be withdrawn immediately and referred for enrollment in the appropriate boundaried school.

2012-2013 Innovation Zones

Coconut Creek | Coral Glades | Coral Springs | Deerfield Beach
Northeast | Ely, Blanche | Monarch | Stoneman Douglas, Marjory
Taravella, J.P.

Anderson, Boyd | Cypress Bay | Dillard | Ft. Lauderdale
Piper | Plantation | South Plantation | Stranahan
Western

Cooper City | Everglades | Flanagan | Hallandale
Hollywood Hills | McArthur | Miramar | Nova Schools
South Broward | West Broward

In 1991, under the leadership of Dr. Robert Parks, a plan was designed to reconfigure the educational landscape by "linking" a group of schools in the Deerfield Beach area together. This established a collaborative effort to provide better educational opportunities for students. By the time the Innovation Zone concept was brought before the School Board to be adopted as policy, it had already begun changing the face of education in Broward.

The Zones consist of a cluster of schools that includes a high school, middle school(s), elementary schools and centers. The Zones break down "barriers" and divide the District into 28 representative, responsive and manageable geographic areas while maintaining the importance and influence a big district demands.

In molding the Innovation Zone concept, the main priority was that all facets of the educational environment be addressed. Schools were organized in a feeder pattern or community-centered concept to promote a smooth, constant base of support.

By being part of an Innovation Zone, individual schools benefit through coordination, collaboration and shared decision making with other area schools. Schools are now part of a team effort and share resources to maximize opportunities and improve the education of students.

Students, parents and the community benefit in a number of ways through Innovation Zones. Zones create a bottom-up decision making process as well as provide more ways for parents to become involved in the process. In addition, the Zones have streamlined operations, created attentive administrations, and localized chains of command. By using Innovation Zones to decentralize the school system rather than breaking it into smaller districts, we remain powerful enough to meet the needs of all our students.

 

Coconut Creek Coral Glades Coral Springs Deerfield Beach
Elementary
Atlantic West
Coconut Creek
Liberty
Margate
Morrow
North Lauderdale
Pinewood
Middle
Margate
Silver Lakes
High
Coconut Creek
Elementary
Coral Springs
Parkside
Westchester
Middle
Sawgrass Springs
High
Coral Glades
Elementary
Coral Park
Forest Hills
Hunt, James S.
Park Springs
Middle
Forest Glen
High
Coral Springs
Center

Cross Creek
Cypress Run
Elementary
Cresthaven
Deerfield Beach
Deerfield Park
Norcrest
Park Ridge
Tedder
Middle
Deerfield Beach
High
Deerfield Beach
Center 
Bright Horizons
Ely, Blanche Monarch Northeast Stoneman Douglas, Marjory
Elementary
Cypress
Drew, Charles
Markham, C. Robert
McNab
Palmview
Pompano Beach
Sanders Park
Middle
Crystal Lake
Pompano Beach
High
Ely, Blanche
Pompano Beach
Elementary
Quiet Waters
Tradewinds
Winston Park
Middle
Lyons Creek
High
Monarch
Elementary
Floranada
Lloyd Estates
North Andrews Gardens
Oakland Park
Middle
Rickards, James S.
High
Northeast
Elementary
Country Hills
Eagle Ridge
Heron Heights
Park Trails
Riverglades
Middle
Coral Springs
Westglades
High
Stoneman Douglas, Marjory
Taravella, J.P.      
Elementary
Challenger
Maplewood
Ramblewood
Riverside
Tamarac
Middle
Millennium
Ramblewood
High
Taravella, J.P.
     

Anderson, Boyd Cypress Bay Dillard Fort Lauderdale
Elementary
Broadview
Castle Hill
Endeavour Primary
Larkdale
Lauderhill P.T.
Oriole
Park Lakes
Royal Palm
Middle
Lauderdale Lakes
Lauderhill
High
Anderson, Boyd
Center
Dave Thomas
Hallandale
Seagull
Whiddon-Rogers
Community School
North
South
Elementary
Country Isles
Eagle Point
Everglades
Gator Run
Indian Trace
Manatee Bay
Middle
Falcon Cove
Tequesta Trace
High
Cypress Bay
Elementary
Broward Estates
Dillard
King, Martin Luther
Lauderdale Manors
Marshall, Thurgood
Rock Island
Sunland Park
Westwood Heights
Middle
Ashe, Arthur R., Jr.
Dandy, William E.
Parkway
High
Dillard
Center
Wingate Oaks
Elementary
Bayview
Bennett
Harbordale
North Side
Walker
Wilton Manors
Young, Virginia Shuman
Middle
Sunrise
High
Fort Lauderdale
Piper Plantation South Plantation Stranahan
Elementary
Banyan
Discovery
Horizon
Nob Hill
Sandpiper
Village
Welleby
Middle
Bair
Westpine
High
Piper
College Academy @ BCC
Center
Atlantic Technical
McFatter Technical
Sheridan Technical
Elementary
Central Park
Mirror Lake
Peters
Sawgrass
Middle
Plantation
High
Plantation
Elementary
Meadowbrook
Plantation
Plantation Park
Tropical
Middle
Seminole
High
South Plantation
Center
Pine Ridge
Elementary
Croissant Park
Foster, Stephen
North Fork
Riverland
Middle
New River
High
Stranahan
Center
Sunset
Western      
Elementary
Flamingo
Fox Trail
Silver Ridge
Middle
Indian Ridge
High
Western
     

Cooper City Everglades Flanagan, Charles W. Hallandale
Elementary
Cooper City
Embassy Creek
Griffin
Middle
Pioneer
High
Cooper City
Elementary
Coconut Palm
Coral Cove
Dolphin Bay
Silver Lakes
Silver Shores
Sunset Lakes
Middle
Glades
High
Everglades
Elementary
Lakeside
Palm Cove
Pasadena Lakes
Pembroke Lakes
Pines Lakes
Silver Palms
Middle
Pines
Young, Walter C.
High
Flanagan, Charles W.
Elementary
Colbert
Hallandale
Lake Forest
Watkins
Middle
Gulfstream
McNicol
High
Hallandale
Center
Lanier-James
Hollywood Hills McArthur Miramar Nova
Elementary
Bethune, Mary M.
Davie
Driftwood
Sheridan Hills
Sheridan Park
Stirling
Middle
Attucks
Driftwood
High
Hollywood Hills
Center
The Quest
Elementary
Boulevard Heights
Hollywood Park
Orange Brook
Pembroke Pines
West Hollywood
Middle
Apollo
High
McArthur
Elementary
Fairway
Miramar
Perry, Annabel C.
Sea Castle
Sunshine
Middle
New Renaissance
Perry, Henry D. 
High
Miramar
Center
Whispering Pines
Elementary
Broward Virtual Education
Nova Blanche Foreman
Nova Dwight D. Eisenhower
Middle
Broward Virtual Education
Nova Middle
High
Broward Virtual Education
Nova High
South Broward West Broward
   
Elementary
Beachside Montessori
Collins
Dania
Hollywood Central
Hollywood Hills
Oakridge
Middle
Beachside Montessori
Olsen
High
South Broward
Elementary
Chapel Trail
Hawkes Bluff
Panther Run
Middle
Silver Trail
High
West Broward
   


The School Board of Broward County, Florida, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint may call the Executive Director, Benefits & EEO Compliance at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158. Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008, (ADAAA) may call Equal Educational Opportunities (EEO) at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.

Last updated: 09/25/12 11:29:53