Some of the county schools date back to the Reconstruction era of the county’s history. The links on this page point to interesting articles and sources to learn more about the schools and educators in our area.
- 1850 Student Census Students who attended school in St. Johns County according to the 1850 Census – includes African-American students.
- Aviles Street School Built in 1856, this would become the first public school in the St. Johns County School System.
- Flagler College Web site for Flagler College.
- Flagler College – Wikipedia
- Florida School for the Deaf & Blind Founded in 1883, this school has taught such notables as Ray Charles, Marcus Roberts and Sir Charles Atkins.
- Hastings High School Built in 1924 to serve the rural areas of the county.
- Mill Creek School Founded in 1879, this was one of a number of one room/one teacher schools serving the county’s rural areas.
- Orange Street School Orange Street School replaced the Aviles Street School. Today it houses the administrative office for the county’s public school system.
- St. Benedict the Moor School – Wikipedia Wikipedia article describing the history of this all black Catholic school built in 1898.
- St. Josephs Academy St. Josephs Academy traces its beginnings to the post Civil War era.