St. Johns County School District is the public school district for St. Johns County, Florida. The student body represents 114 different countries speaking 79 different languages. Our district covers 608 square miles, with more than 217,919 residents. This county features the oldest city in the United States, St. Augustine, and is lined by miles of beaches from (Summer Haven to Ponte Vedra) on its eastern border and the St. Johns River on its western border.
The St. Johns County School District will inspire good character and a passion for lifelong learning in all students, creating educated and caring contributors to the world.
All students will choose a learning path that leads to a well-rounded graduate who demonstrates good character and leadership.
After one visit you’ll see why so many St. Johns County residents are proud to say they live “on the Island,” where residential options vary from oceanfront, beachside and intracoastal views to tranquil island neighborhoods. St. Johns County, in lovely Northeastern Florida, is a haven for beach, water, and warm weather enthusiasts, with much of the area located along the Atlantic Ocean and inland waterways. Its history dates back to 1821, and today the county has become one of the highest-income counties in the United States.
Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
What is Diversity?
- Inclusion of multiple groups within a prescribed environment
- May refer to differences between or within cultural groups
- Emphasizes “respecting cultural differences by recognizing no one culture is intrinsically superior to another.”
Diversity in Education Cultural Considerations
- Helps to eliminate under representation
- Increases the comfort of diverse employees and students
- Decreases language barriers
- Increases morale in the workplace
Understanding Cultural Diversity
Using a comprehensive recruitment approach, Human Resources will recruit high quality personnel in all employee groups (Administrative, Teachers, and Non-Instructional).